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Rave revue: Buddy Holly interpreter Billy McGuigan talks about 'putting on the glasses'

01/21/2015 02:57 PM MST
FARMINGTON — Twelve days from today, it will have been 56 years since a small Beechcraft Bonanza charter aircraft bound for Fargo, N. 
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Annual Snowdown Durango opens five-day run
01/21/2015 03:46 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Organizers of the annual Snowdown Durango festival that kicks off Wednesday at locations throughout Durango, Colo. Full Story

Deadline looms for SJC's One Book, One Community project
01/21/2015 02:36 PM MST - FARMINGTON — As the director of the One Book, One Community project at San Juan College, Traci Hales Vass has one thing she wants to make clear to members of the public who might be feeling hesitant to nominate a book. Full Story

Durango museum seeks indigenous artists for leadership program
01/21/2015 02:34 PM MST - FARMINGTON — The Museum at the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo. Full Story

Magic Beans right at home in eclectic Colorado music community
01/21/2015 02:34 PM MST - FARMINGTON — If there's any description that fits much of the music performed by contemporary Colorado bands, it's that it's indescribable. Full Story

Michael Martin Murphey reflects on his life and career — and his role as musical ambassador for the West
01/14/2015 03:49 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Over the course of a career in popular music that has spanned some 40 years, Michael Martin Murphey figures he's experienced just about everything the business has to offer, both good and bad. Full Story

South American influences in the spotlight at Durango festival
01/14/2015 03:02 PM MST - FARMINGTON — C. Scott Hagler, the founder and director of the Durango Chamber Music Festival, is doing his best to disabuse people of the notion that chamber music is the exclusive domain of the stuffed-shirt crowd — "music by dead white guys," as Hagler is fond of saying. Full Story

Deadline for Durango Arts Center microgrants program coming to a close
01/14/2015 03:04 PM MST - The application window for the Durango Arts Center's 2015 microgrants cycle, which is open to artists in a region that includes San Juan County, comes to a close in late January. Full Story

Tritt performs acoustic show at Civic Center on Tuesday
01/14/2015 03:19 PM MST - One of the best-selling country music artists of the 1990s comes to Farmington Tuesday night when two-time Grammy winner Travis Tritt performs at the Farmington Civic Center. Full Story

Controversial comedy 'The Interview' being shown at Allen 8 theater
01/09/2015 08:06 AM MST - FARMINGTON — Shiprock resident Cheynna Benally could not contain her delight before watching "The Interview" at the Allen 8 theater on Tuesday. Full Story

Pet reptile not a lizard, Lithuanian student finds out

VILNIUS, Lithuania (AP) — A baby caiman has found a new home at a Lithuanian zoo after its previous owner tried to sell it online, apparently upon realizing that the pet reptile he was raising in his bathroom wasn't a harmless lizard. Full Story
Review: Something's missing from the deck in 'Wild Card'

It becomes quickly clear in "Wild Card," the latest vehicle for the hunky, brooding British action star Jason Statham, that his character doesn't need a gun to maim or kill. Full Story
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Chris Pratt playing Indiana Jones?

'Jurassic World’s star rumored to take lead in Disney’s reboot of the franchise.