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DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for Dec. 4, 2015

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Welcome back to another edition featuring DVD and Blu-ray release highlights. As always, be sure to click on any links to read more about the movies. So if you can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try.

Big New Releases!

90 Minutes in Heaven - After dying in a car...

Gallup Rotary Club Seniors of the Month

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Shenoah Begay, 17, of Gallup High School, is a member of the Varsity Basketball team, cross country team, track and field and has been a part of a student internship. She has obtained her academic letter for the last three years, obtained the Class Sportsmanship Award (NMAA), and selected Most Dedicated and Inspirational Runner (cross country). She is Vice President for the class of 2016 and enjoys helping out at local fundraisers. Her hobbies include traveling, helping people, baking and running. “My plans are to go to college either at GCU or NAU and major in Biology and Exercise Science.”


Jefferson Bahe, 17, of Gallup High School, is involved in the...

Lujan celebrates Native American Heritage Month

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Santa Fe, NM – Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District released the following statement today on Native American Heritage Month, which is celebrated during the month of November.

“During Native American Heritage Month, we take the time to honor the many contributions of Native peoples on New Mexico’s unique culture and our nation’s history.  As proud home to 19 Pueblo nations, two Apache nations, and the Navajo Nation, New Mexico has been shaped by the richness of the art, language, and culture of our indigenous tribal populations.  Native American culture and deep-rooted traditions will always be an essential part of the fabric of New Mexico.

“As we...

First Annual Second Streets Art Festival ‘Moments’

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‘Victor Frankenstein’ stiches a bizarre patchwork of a movie

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Rating: «« out of 4 Stars

Running Time: 109 min.

This is a strange one. Mary Shelley’s famous novel has been updated numerous times, and the latest attempt is one of the most unusual of the lot. Despite the title suggesting otherwise, Victor Frankenstein is actually a tale about his assistant. In what appears to be an attempt to win over the masses, it also tries to be every kind of movie to every person, mixing action, horror, police procedural and romance into one package. The results are a mixed canvas stitched together from wildly varied approaches and inspirations.

Narrated by the man who would eventually be known Igor (Daniel Radcliffe), the story begins with a hunchbacked...

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