New Mexico Nomad provides a local perspective and insight into the culture, food, history and attractions in the Land of Enchantment. Their website is a great resource for those interested in learning about the wonderful things New Mexico has to offer.
New Mexico Nomad has an informative article on the history of Las Cruces that talks about everything from prehistoric footprints to space flight. Click below to read the full article.
Icebox Brewing Company is officially open for business and is serving up some of tasty craft beers.
The brewery is located minutes away from Picacho Hills on 2825 West Picacho Avenue in an old warehouse that was once an ice plant.
Great atmosphere, friendly staff and a wide selection of brews to choose from. Click below for more info.
Picacho Mountain Master Planned Community will feature two stunning new homes in this year’s Showcase of Homes.
Picacho Mountain developers Bob and Karen Pofahl (West Mesa Builders) will be featuring an innovative new Courtyard Home design, showcasing their expertise creating downsized floor plans that live like larger luxury homes. Additionally, visitors will also be able to tour Picacho Mountain’s existing model homes and see an overview of the Picacho Mountain master plan.
Gary Rogers of Planet Development will be presenting a beautiful custom Estate Home, boasting breathtaking views of the Mesilla Valley. Gary’s intricate design and attention to detail earned him the LCHBA Builder of the Year award in 2004.
Picacho Mountain 2018 entries:
Light Tricks, an art installation by husband and wife team Julie Alpert and Andy Arkley, is open January 31 – March 3, 2019 at the University Art Gallery.
The exhibit features sculpture, drawing, and interactive video-based artwork that uses light in various forms.
Light Tricks is already receiving glowing reviews from local enthusiasts. Click Here for more details.