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LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Redshirt junior long snapper Austin Reeves has been named to the COSIDA District 7 All-District Academic Team, CoSIDA announced Thursday. A native of Huntersville, N.C., Reeves has started 14 consecutive games at long snapper for the Aggies since transferring in from Virginia Tech before the 2018Read More →

The National Weather Service, in Santa Teresa, has issued a Heat Advisory for southern Doña Ana County – including Las Cruces – and southern Otero County. The Heat Advisory will be in effect from noon Friday to midnight Saturday. A Heat Advisory cautions residents of the potential for excessive heat which can poseRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic The Who‘s Pete Townshend has allowed his 1985 solo song “Give Blood” to be used to promote this year’s edition of World Blood Donor Day, which takes place each year on June 14. The campaign is a joint initiative by the World Health Organization, the International Federation ofRead More →

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Elton John is continuing his fight to help musicians in the U.K. after the British government failed to secure visa-free travel for artists touring Europe post-Brexit. In a statement made to a Select Committee hearing in Parliament on Thursday, and posted to his Instagram, Elton said heRead More →

Courtesy of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson, Melissa Etheridge and Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine are part of the lineup of the first-ever all-female Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, which will take place in Los Angeles January 27-30, 2022, which is Grammy weekend. Wilson, Etheridge and ValentineRead More →

Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage; Leon Bennett/STA 2020/Getty Images for BET Mariah Carey has reunited with her “Thank God I Found You” production partners Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for their new single, “Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart).” The track, released Wednesday night, highlights Mariah’s classic vocals with layered harmoniesRead More →

Roadrunner Records Richard Marx has collaborated with a lot of people in his long career — writing, producing and recording with everyone from ‘N SYNC and Josh Groban, to Barbra Streisand, Luther Vandross and Lionel Richie.  But his latest collaboration is his most unexpected yet. Marx has teamed up withRead More →

Capitol/UMe An expanded 50th anniversary edition of George Harrison‘s classic 1970 debut solo album All Things Must Pass will be released August 6 in multiple formats and configurations, including a Super Deluxe eight-LP or five-CD/Blu-ray-audio set. The Super Deluxe reissue features a new mix of the original 23-track album, theRead More →