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Farmington High's 'You Haven't A Clue' opens today

Mystery was written by students
11/20/2014 07:59 AM MST
FARMINGTON — Farmington High School students are bringing a bit of mystery to the stage with their winter theater production. 
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San Juan Symphony turns to guest conductor for program of opera favorites, including Looney Tune classics
11/19/2014 03:00 PM MST - It's not often that opera and an iconic animated rabbit get mentioned in the same breath, but that's the association Linda Mack Berven drew when she described the music audiences will hear this weekend when the San Juan Symphony performs a pair of shows in Farmington and Durango. Full Story

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San Juan Symphony turns to guest conductor for program of opera favorites, including Looney Tune classics

It's not often that opera and an iconic animated rabbit get mentioned in the same breath, but that's the association Linda Mack Berven drew when she described the music audiences will hear this weekend when the San Juan Symphony performs a pair of shows in Farmington and Durango. Full Story
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Bringing Kasey home

Farmington woman spends 37 days in Ethiopia as part of adoption process
FARMINGTON — When Melinda Roberts got off the plane in Ethiopia several weeks ago to meet the child she was adopting, she was unable to find the driver who had been sent to take her to the guest house where she was staying. Full Story
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(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Farmington High's 'You Haven't A Clue' opens today

Mystery was written by students
11/20/2014 07:59 AM MST
FARMINGTON — Farmington High School students are bringing a bit of mystery to the stage with their winter theater production. 
Full Story
San Juan Symphony turns to guest conductor for program of opera favorites, including Looney Tune classics
11/19/2014 03:00 PM MST - It's not often that opera and an iconic animated rabbit get mentioned in the same breath, but that's the association Linda Mack Berven drew when she described the music audiences will hear this weekend when the San Juan Symphony performs a pair of shows in Farmington and Durango. Full Story

San Juan College bands to perform Jazz and Rock Combos
11/19/2014 04:12 PM MST - FARMINGTON — The San Juan College Jazz and Rock Combos will perform at 7 p.m. Friday in the Henderson Fine Arts Performance Hall. Full Story

Can 'Foxcatcher' catch on?: New film built around wrestling, but its real story lies much deeper
11/19/2014 02:19 PM MST - Despite its A-list cast, the recently released film "Foxcatcher" starring Steve Carrell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo, doesn't appear to focus on the kind of subject matter that will appeal to a broad audience. Full Story

The Four Corners Art Association displays work at the museum
11/19/2014 09:21 AM MST - FARMINGTON — The annual Four Corners Art Association winter show has a new venue this year. The show, which has been at the Farmington Civic Center, is now displayed at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park. Full Story

Northwest New Mexico Arts Council sponsors an affordable art show at the Farmington Civic Center
11/12/2014 04:35 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Michael Bulloch and his mother were showing their art at RiverFest a few years ago when the couple in the booth next to them told them about an affordable art show in Denver. Full Story

San Juan College student interviews Hank Williams III about his Navajo Nation performance
11/06/2014 10:09 PM MST - Editor's Note Kody Dayish interviewed Hank Williams III on Sept. 21 before the country musician and The Damn Band played a show at the Santa Fe Sol Stage and Grill. Full Story

Man arrested; deputies say he aimed banana at them

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A man is facing a felony menacing charge after two western Colorado sheriff's deputies say he pointed a banana at them and they thought it was a gun. Full Story
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Garcia Marquez family explains archive decision

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The family of Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez says the late Colombian novelist's archive was offered only to the University of Texas, which will be the materials' repository. Full Story
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Bette Midler to Ariana Grande: Clean up your act

The veteran entertainer complains in an interview that young singers rely too much on selling sex instead of talent.