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Denver bluesman performs at Crash Music in Aztec

Moses Walker takes an unusual approach to almost every aspect of his music career
03/27/2015 03:28 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — The way bluesman Moses Walker figures it, the fact that he isn't the world's most accomplished guitarist actually has worked to his advantage, helping him generate a unique sound. 
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Oscar-winning documentary 'CitizenFour' to be shown at San Juan College
03/27/2015 03:23 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Christopher Schipper, San Juan College director of library services, describes the film "CitizenFour," which is showing on the school's campus tonight, as "incredibly topical and relevant" — and not just because it won an Academy Award last for Best Documentary Feature last month. Full Story

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Denver bluesman performs at Crash Music in Aztec

Moses Walker takes an unusual approach to almost every aspect of his music career
FARMINGTON — The way bluesman Moses Walker figures it, the fact that he isn't the world's most accomplished guitarist actually has worked to his advantage, helping him generate a unique sound. Full Story
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Denver bluesman performs at Crash Music in Aztec

Moses Walker takes an unusual approach to almost every aspect of his music career
03/27/2015 03:28 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — The way bluesman Moses Walker figures it, the fact that he isn't the world's most accomplished guitarist actually has worked to his advantage, helping him generate a unique sound. 
Full Story
Oscar-winning documentary 'CitizenFour' to be shown at San Juan College
03/27/2015 03:23 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Christopher Schipper, San Juan College director of library services, describes the film "CitizenFour," which is showing on the school's campus tonight, as "incredibly topical and relevant" — and not just because it won an Academy Award last for Best Documentary Feature last month. Full Story

Aztec artist's work featured in show at Crash Music at Aztec Theater
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Navajo metal band Under Exile plays at Top Deck in Farmington this weekend
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Nashville Chicks with Hits tour comes to Durango
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The Daily Times' A&E: March 19 to 25
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Man accused of posing as officer to cut into fast-food line

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