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Judith Reynolds
Position: Staff reporter

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For the love of music: Youth orchestras perform again – live at Concert Hall

Musicians set to take stage Monday night

Tisdale: ‘I have felt I personally had a stake in this’

FLC completes NAGPRA requirements in November

From darkness to light

Sunday FLC Showcase introduces music faculty

Fort Lewis stages Native American Plays

When Fort Lewis College senior Tyler Gleason (Diné) played Rookie Carroca, an effusive Italian-American father in “My Favorite Year,” he seemed right at home. Naturally ebullient, Gleason bu...

15 years and counting: Myrick says farewell after long, successful Symphony tenure

“I’ve stayed five years beyond my expiration date,” Kathy Myrick said with a wry smile. After 15 successful years as executive director of the San Juan Symphony, Myrick has decided to move o...

Exploring the unknown: Traveling down the Colorado with Merely Players

Theater company opens new space with ‘Men on Boats’

Santa Fe comes to Durango

Recital series opens with chamber trio celebrating the visual arts

Fort Lewis College cancels The MET Live in HD

After a successful 10-year run at Fort Lewis College, the popular MET Live in HD is kaput in Durango. “We’re not a priority group,” Charles Leslie, director of the Community Concert Hall, sa...

Merely Players at home – at last

Theater company finds a permanent space in Tech center

Message on a shelf: FLC exhibit connects students with their roots

“Students, your ancestors left messages for you. They’re downstairs.” That’s Tirzah Camacho (Laguna Pueblo) admonishing Fort Lewis College art students in a wall text at Center of Southwest ...

Everybody’s doing it

PlayFest, Durango’s contribution to developing new American plays, has just concluded. Two similar festivals are scheduled nearby in August. Words Cubed is Utah Shakespeare Festival’s annual...