- Here are a few of our favorite events from around the state: September 8–10 Rock out with live music at the Clovis Music Festival. Also on tap will be tours of the Norman Petty Studio and the Norman and Vi Petty Rock and Roll Museum, the Rockin’ Motorcycle Rally and a car show.
NMPolitics.net shared a link.By Heath Haussamen • News • Las Cruces City Council District 4 candidate Ryan Matthew Dailey, who was arrested Sunday on drunken driving charges in Las Cruces, is also wanted on a federal warrant for DWI in Virginia.
- By Pete Campos • Commentary • Now more than ever, New Mexico needs the governor and the Legislature to communicate, cooperate and collaborate.
- A rally in support of New Mexico's driver's license law was held today in front of the Roundhouse. Click here to watch the video. The rally, sponsored by pro-immigrant group Somos Un Pueblo Unido, featured several state lawmakers and a Catholic priest from Roswell.
- Known for his mastery of the tri-tone lithograph as well as his his humorous-yet-nightmarish surrealism, 73-year-old Bruce Lowney has been a fixture in the New Mexico arts landscape for almost 40 years. A native Angeleno and disciple of the affluent Tamarind Institute, Lowney’s influences appear to range from Magritte to Peter Blume to Edward Gorey.
- Bethany Delahunt’s Report Station art box has been getting a lot of attention, from people who know what it’s all about to random strangers who need to use a phone. Alibi employees sometimes dial it to see if someone walking by will pick up. Anyone who’s been called from it now has the number, and many of them are calling it back....
- Nearly 200 enthusiastic opponents of the attempt to take away drivers licenses from undocumented immigrants rallied at the State Capitol today. The supporters waved signs, chanted slogans and were in complete opposition to Governor Susana Martinez on the driver’s license law.