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For filmmakers, ‘Oppenheimer’s’ $900M-plus haul is an important moment

The haul is Nolan’s third highest grossing film, trailing only the ‘Dark Knight’ sequels

Craig Johnson back with another ‘Longmire’ adventure

“The Longmire Defense,” by Craig Johnson is quite the journey into the life and times of Walt Longmire, sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. Fans of the Longmire series will be thrilled with...

The wide world of Stanton Englehart

New exhibit opens at Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center & Museum

Farmington film festival presents ‘The End of the Santa Fe Trail’

Special emphasis on veteran filmmakers, Native American filmmakers and women in film

Tenor Freddie de Tommaso, a young British sensation, makes U.S. opera debut

Now de Tommaso has just made his U.S. debut at the Santa Fe Opera

Trial scheduled for armorer in fatal shooting on scene of ‘Rust’

Cinematographer shot with a loaded gun by actor Alec Baldwin

Native American representation in Netflix’s upcoming ‘Rez Ball’

Shiprock is one of the filming locations for ‘Rez Ball’

Mancos Creative District to host 4th Annual BurroFest June 17

BurroFest highlights the donkey’s contribution to the early growth of Southwest Colorado and will include music, food, art and more

Creede Repertory Theatre opens 58th season and celebrates the well-made play

‘Mountain Octopus’ commissioned by Creede for the post-pandemic era

Avant-garde theater troupe brings eccentric art fusion show to Farmington

Artrageous will perform at Farmington Civic Center June 24

Theater presents interpretation of Founding Fathers debate in Farmington

Program engages audience, highlights need for rational debate

Amy’s Bookcase perseveres, adapts for 25 years

To celebrate the store’s anniversary and Independent Bookstore Day, a year of free audiobooks is up for grabs