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Ruffalo, Hathaway shine in ‘Dark Waters,’ the shocking film about DuPont’s deadly chemical disaster

Todd Haynes’ “Dark Waters” is the perfect film for Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo. In fact, I would go as far as to say the movie might not even exist without him. He’s not only the star and main producer of the film, but also a well-known environmental activist in real life, too.

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Sunny Gable releases new Americana album “Audience of One”

Local Americana artist Sunny Gable released her first solo album, “Audience of One,” on Nov. 29. A deeply personal project, Gable recorded the entire album in her house.

“I wanted to record something that was very representative of me as a musician, and I play a lot of the instruments and do all the harmonies,” she...

Nemesis 5 Esports brings gaming arena to Four Corners

Are you a serious, competitive video gamer? Do you also need to get out of the house and at least be in the same room with some other people?

If so, Nemesis 5 Esports, Farmington’s new gaming facility might appeal to you.

According to the Durango Herald, the gaming arena officially opened on Nov. 22 and features...

‘Marriage Story’: Noah Baumbach’s new take on a broken home

Noah Baumbach’s new film “Marriage Story” is not very similar to Robert Benton’s classic “Kramer vs. Kramer.”

Netflix’s marketing for the past few months would lead you to believe otherwise – particularly Marriage’s poster, which looks like an intentional homage to the original “Kramer” poster. While both are centered...

Goo Goo Dolls, ZZ Top, and Joywave among December’s Four Corners concert lineup

Santa came early this year. Well, not Santa, per se, but the music gods sure did, and they’re #blessing us with some killer concerts this December. Really now, we couldn’t have asked for a better holiday present.

The Goo Goo Dolls and ZZ Top are among the top acts coming to Albuquerque, while Santa Fe’s Meow Wolf is...

“Doctor Sleep” is a surprisingly decent follow-up to “The Shining”

As with most sequels, Mike Flanagan’s “Doctor Sleep” could fall into the category of unnecessary follow-up films. But it doesn’t, in big part because Stephen King is the author of the novel the film is based on.

The sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic, “The Shining” (1980), is a surprisingly well done...

“Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow” is smoking its way to Durango

“I’m Jay and this is my hetero life mate, Silent Bob.”

If that quote doesn’t sound familiar, then you need to stop reading this article and immediately find the movie “Clerks.” Or “Mallrats.” Or “Clerks II.” Or “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” or really any movie that Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes got their hands on....

Released in time for Halloween, “The Lighthouse” will leave you feeling emotionally cold

While attending a screening of Robert Eggers’ new arthouse horror film, “The Lighthouse,” last weekend there was an older woman in my row occasionally heckling the film with phrases like “so bad” and “horrible.” Despite my regular insistence on defending the audience’s intelligence and advocating against producers...

This is Halloween 2019 and it can’t wait to scare the hell out of you

Just call us your Halloween event planners, or like, Halloween administrative assistants or something, cause we’ve got all your plans lined out for this year’s festivities.

Most notably this year is the fact that everyone seems to be really into clowns and evil circus themes, all thanks to “IT Chapter Two.” We...

Lana Del Rey, Shovel and Ropes, and How the Grouch Stole Christmas: November musical acts coming to the Four Corners

Come one, come all. The music of October is bidding us adieu as November’s cold-hearted music scene beckons. From Lana Del Rey to Shovel and Ropes, the 2019 year in concerts continues to rock on. Just check out the shows below if you don’t believe us.


The Raven Narratives is getting ooky spooky

It’s the best time of year – wanna know why? Cuz Halloween is here so it’s time for all things ooky spooky like The Raven Narratives Spooked Live Storytelling series.

Join these spooky scary skeletons, er, storytellers 7:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Sunflower Theatre in Cortez and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Durango Arts Center....

The magic of Purple Fox Conundrum was not knowing what was next

After a media push, a cryptic website that touted a “whimsical journey of theater and art through fields and forest,” and my partner’s desire to go, I decided to attend an outdoor event called The Purple Fox Conundrum. This cultural commentary was produced and performed by around 40 people in the Mancos Valley on the Sacred...

Nope, that’s real hair: Rosemary Meza DesPlas takes her exhibit to FLC

When it comes to creative tools at an artist’s disposal, there’s a lot to choose from, whether it be paint and pencils or urine. Still, it’s not every day you hear of an artist who sews with her own hair, but that is exactly Rosemary Meza-DesPlas’s medium of choice.

Meza-DesPlas is showing an exhibition at Fort Lewis...

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