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Record Store Day is going to kick ass this year

As a resident of this particular corner of the Southwest, I have enjoyed the last few months, one of the most precipitous winters I’ve seen in the two decades I’ve lived here. Unlike many of you, I’m not quite ready for the cold, blustery winds and white-out snows of winter to abate. I say keep them coming. I may be sick of...

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Your guide to April’s regional music round-up

Hey, fellow Coloradans and New Mexicans.

If you’re a music fan, it’s your lucky month because there are some sweet ass concerts coming to the region. You’ll probably want to head on over to Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Durango ASAP to get your hands on tickets for some of these shows.

In Durango, we’ve got the 2019...

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Us film: a brilliant mix of political metaphors, pop culture references, and satire

If you had told me five years ago that one of the two goofy guys who make up the comedy duo Key & Peele would turn out to be one of the best horror masterminds in film, I wouldn’t have known what to think. But even as a horror filmmaker, Jordan Peele is a funny guy, and his comedic roots are palpable in his feature film...

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Get SoDown with acts like Strands of Oak and The Motet coming to Meow Wolf in April

It’s officially spring and the start of a new month, so you know what that means. New music coming to Santa Fe’s Meow Wolf that you won’t want to miss. So breeze through these upcoming acts and find a few to road trip on over to Meow Wolf for.

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Guitar Shorty and Grady Champion among 2019 Silver City Blues Festival killer line up

Big names are coming through Silver City, N.M. for the 24th Annual Silver City Blues Festival, and, man, it’s gonna be a good line up.

From May 24-29, these soul singin’ badass acts will keep you on your toes as you dance around your lawn chair swingin’ your beer around. AND it takes place on Labor Day so you don’t even...

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’90s nostalgia bands are back with new albums, and they’re awesome

Nostalgia is a funny thing. Just the notion resonates differently with different people, dependent on whom you ask. Some look upon that sort of remembrance of the 1990s fondly, with the soft golden yellow glow and haze of idealized, if not fuzzy, memory. Others may prefer that the past stay the past while insisting that...

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Death Cab for Cutie is coming to ABQ for all you emos

Hipsters far and wide: Hear, hear.

Death Cab for Cutie, along with My Brightest Diamond, will help you relive the decent parts of your adolescence via a performance March 31 at the Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque. If you haven’t bought tickets yet, woe is you. It’s already sold out, unfortunately. Sorry, guys.

If...

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Will Captain Marvel hold up to the hype in Endgame?

We’re five weeks away from the much “Endgame,” the anticipated Avengers follow-up to last year’s “Infinity War.” So much hype and emphasis has been put on the importance of what Captain Marvel, a new character to the film universe, will bring to the sequel. But will it pay off?

We’re already a couple of weeks into the...

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The Monkees: The US answer to The Beatles’ music and films

With last month’s death of music artist Peter Tork of The Monkees, a lot of fans have been revisiting the pop band’s career. The Monkees were originally America’s answer to The Beatles, but rather than a record label forming a new pop-rock band, it was a TV production company doing the formation.

The TV show “The...

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Horror thriller Greta is so close, yet so far

No, Focus Features’ new movie, “Greta,” isn’t a biopic on the legendary, elusive movie star Greta Garbo. Rather, it’s one of the very few Hollywood movies French cinema royalty Isabelle Huppert has crossed overseas to participate in. Co-starring Chloe Grace Moretz, the horror-thriller is so close, yet so far, from being a...

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Hey, noobs: Don’t miss these sweet Albuquerque concerts this month

Hey, ABQ!

If you’re in Albuquerque – or if you’re enough of a music fan to drive to ABQ for some sweet ass concerts – March is the month for you. Well, to clarify, the LATTER part of March is the part of the month for you.

After all, the city just a few hours from our fair area will be seeing a large range of...

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Oxygen’s “Cold Justice” series revisits 1991 Lamar, Colorado double murder

Nearly 28 years ago, the murders of a husband and wife – Robert “Curly” Culberth, 70, and Darlene, 51 – shook the Lamar, Colo. community to its core.

On Saturday, Oxygen’s “Cold Justice” series took on the 1991 unsolved homicides in one of its episodes. The TV show revisits unsolved murders across the U.S. In this...

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