The members of Surphing Matylda are from tiny villages in Northern New Mexico but their self-titled debut CD features a big city brand of rock 'n' roll.
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“The Pope and The Witch,” a satirical play about the Catholic Church, is being produced at the Rodey Theatre by the UNM Department of Theatre and Dance.
Godhead is in good hands.
The UNM School of Law is sponsoring a groundbreaking ceremony today at 3 p.m. to celebrate a 32,000 square foot addition to Bratton Hall.
The UNM Electrical and Computer Engineering Department has been awarded a five-year, $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to study ways to reduce the size of pulsed power systems.
Artistic inspiration can come from the unlikeliest places.
Brian Graham seems like he stepped out of a time machine that came directly from the golden age of American folk music.
If funk grooves are mixed with the intellect of high jazz and a heavy dose of psychedelic color and the whole thing is brought to a boil, the product might be something like OM Trio’s music when it performs original compositions.
Fruit flies may provide some clues in the search for cures to muscle diseases, according to UNM assistant biology professor Richard Cripps.
Some songwriters try to immediately bowl you over, and others use more subtle methods to slowly creep under your skin. Nels Andrews fits into the latter category.
During Shana Gibson’s reign as Miss Rodeo New Mexico, she discovered that cowgirl queens have needs that can be tough to fulfill.
The Riverside Ensemble has done it again with "House," a one-man show performed by Riverside Theatre actor Shenoah Allen, who is passionate, subtle, hilarious and profound in the role of Victor.
Singer/songwriter Libby Kirkpatrick has made a home for herself on the road, touring non-stop for two years.
"Woyzeck," an unfinished play written by Georg Buchner in 1836, is being produced as a UNM student production at the Riverside Theatre.
The popularity of sex and violence in entertainment is not a recent development, said David Jones, a UNM English and theater professor.
Kelly Joe Phelps's music distils experience down to its essence, and his latest release, Shine Eyed Mister Zen, is a masterpiece of slide guitar blues.
When Susan Erickson was a child, she designed and sewed bags for scientists to keep rattlesnakes in so they couldn't coil and strike. Now, she writes plays and "Lifting Off" has been chosen to represent New Mexico at the American College Theatre Festival in Tyler, Texas, which will run from Feb. 19-24.
It's not unusual for productions of William Shakespeare's plays to be set in modern times, but the Aquila Theatre Company's touring production of "Much Ado About Nothing" went a step further.
"Hip-Hop Prophets," a play written and directed by UNM senior Ross Kelly, opened Wednesday and will run every night at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday at UNM's Theatre X in the basement of the Fine Arts building.