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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

Hillerman returns with a new Manuelito/Chee adventure

“The Way of the Bear” is Anne Hillerman’s eighth novel featuring Bernie Manuelito and Jim Chee of the Navajo Nation Police Department. Joe Leaphorn continues to be included in the series, bu...

Totah welcomes back live theater, continues music performances

‘August: Osage County’ will be the first live theater performance since Totah reopened

Amy’s Bookcase celebrates National Poetry Month with reading

Sixteen-year-old Albuquerque poet Samuel Galbraith will read from his debut collection

Students take the stage at Totah Theater

Two-week poetry residency at Navajo Preparatory School culminates in poetry reading

Locke Street Eats reopens with food trucks, movie nights, concerts and events

DuTremaine takes a mind, body, soul approach to community building

Montezuma-Cortez theater brings classic musical to life

‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ to open Friday, March 10

Scott Graham launches new book

Signings planned for Durango, Farmington

Feat of Clay embraces change as opportunity for growth

Increased rent spurs gallery’s move to new location

‘Anamnesis – The Remembering of Things’ invites reflection on social issues

Christy Ferrato’s art spans spectrum of mixed media

Piedra Vista High School theater presents 'Pirates!’

Children’s show presented for the first time since pandemic