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Native American blues band wants us to ‘Pray for our Planet’

Blue Mountain Tribe’s song, video gaining worldwide attention

Artist Paul Folwell reopens studio doors for annual show

Show held online last year because of pandemic

‘We’re back on the road!’ Rolling Stones relaunch U.S. tour

NEW YORK – The Rolling Stones announced on Thursday the relaunch of their U.S. “No Filter” tour, which had been derailed by the pandemic, beginning in St. Louis on Sept. 26. “I’m so excited...

Now playing at Durango movie theaters

Movies playing in Durango July 23-29

Let the fashion policing begin on opening day of Tokyo Games

NEW YORK – Let the fashion policing begin. The Olympics in Tokyo open Friday, when the world’s athletes will march behind their flag-bearers. And when they do, the peanut gallery on what the...

‘Titane’ wins top Cannes honor, 2nd ever for female director

Julia Ducournau’s “Titane,” a wild body-horror thriller featuring sex with a car and a surprisingly tender heart, won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, making Ducournau just the se...

Biz Markie, known for classic rap song ‘Just a Friend,’ dies

LOS ANGELES – Biz Markie, a hip-hop staple known for his beatboxing prowess, turntable mastery and the 1989 classic “Just a Friend,” has died. He was 57. Markie’s representative, Jenni Izum...

Book store to host author

Local young adult author Jack Yerby will celebrate the release of his newest book with a book-signing from 1 to 3 p.m. July 24 at Amy’s Bookcase, 2530 San Juan Blvd., Farmington. Yerby’s new...

Ex-Sex Pistols sue singer Johnny Rotten

LONDON – Two former members of the Sex Pistols are suing singer Johnny Rotten for the right to use the band’s songs in an upcoming television series about the anarchic punk rock icons. Guit...

Sundays are for checking out art in Durango

New weekly Art Market features vendors at 11th Street Station

Music in the Mountains launches a diverse weekend of concerts

Crossover music, chocolate and an outdoor picnic start Friday

Court orders shorter sentence for ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic

DENVER – A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that “Tiger King” Joe Exotic should get a shorter prison sentence for his role in a murder-for-hire plot and violating federal wildlife laws...
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