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‘Gold Fame Citrus’ a story of survival

Claire Vaye Watkins’ apocalyptic novel, Gold Fame Citrus, is set in a southern California ravaged by drought. Years of sparse rain and intense heat have stripped LA of its greenery, killing all the agriculture and drying up the already sparse water. The Mojave desert expands into a dune sea, called the Amargosa, that covers most of southern California, devoid of life and water and considered a wasteland. Most everyone has been evacuated,...

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Durango Arts Center hosts events

The Durango Arts Center (DAC) announces the following events:

Move Your Body with Performing Arts Education Series: Durango Arts Center’s Saturday Series adult performing arts workshop, “Musical Theater Dance” with Suzy DiSanto from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 20 in the DAC Theater, 802 East Second Ave. Students will gain experience in learning short sequences quickly to help in other dance classes and auditions. DiSanto has taught for 15 years in the Four Corners area and has...

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