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‘Three Billboards’ is a thoughtful, gripping character study

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Running Time: 115 min.

Martin McDonagh sure has a way with words. In fact, his previous features In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths are well known for their sharp and incisive dialogue and deeply flawed characters. Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri is no exception, boasting an...

DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for Dec. 1, 2017

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Welcome back to another look at the highlights arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. It’s a slightly smaller edition, but there are still plenty of interesting releases coming your way. So if you can’t make it to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!

Big New Releases!

Acts of Vengeance - This action/drama tells the tale of a lawyer whose wife and daughter are killed. Yearning for revenge, he starts muscling up and then takes a vow of silence until he can find those responsible. Hmm… that might make tracking the bad guys a whole lot tougher. Reaction to this independent Death Wish-like feature was mixed. About half thought it delivered its B-movie...

Gallup Christmas Tree lighting brings holiday cheer

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By Knifewing Segura

Craft lovers brave cold to attend 2nd Street Arts Festival

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Craft fairs mark the season

Jack Frost made his presence known on Nov. 18, as craft lovers braved the cold to attend various craft fairs throughout the city. This year’s 2nd Street Arts Festival featured dozens of artists and vendors, along with live music, food and the Kids’ Craft Corner. The event was sponsored in part of SSAF, gallupARTS and the Gallup Lodgers Tax.

Next to the homemade crafts, baked goodies were on display to tantalize the sugar monster. Talented jewelry artists from around the area also came to proudly show off their crafts. Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings filled with native stones from the Southwest caught the eyes of many.

The event began at 10 am and...

‘Art Walk’ showcases Diné college artistic talent

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Instructor: November ‘Art Walk’ A Success

TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné College students Brian Jones and Marvin McKenzie stood amid a slew of digital conceptions on display at the recent “Art Walk,” an annual community and campus event whereby students showcase their work to the public.

Such sights are part of the new look intending to promote Diné College’s new Bachelor of Fine Arts program in studio art. As part of “Art Walk,” participating students displayed paintings, drawings, digital photography, graphic design and computer illustrations.

Jones is a finance major from Chinle, Ariz., and McKenzie is from Shiprock, N.M., and studies fine arts. Each displayed recently...

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