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Juan de Oñate holds career fair

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Oñate’s fifth graders organize entire affair

The fifth grade class at Juan de Oñate Elementary School peered into their futures Feb. 10 – and got a kick out of what they saw.

They spoke to a retired firefighter, got some hands on experience about restaurants, learned about what a school nurse does, and got up...

Art exhibit sheds light on exposure deaths

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Local downtown ART123 Gallery will present a unique art show entitled “Exposure,” which will be up from Feb. 14 - March 7, located at 123 West Coal Avenue, Gallup.

A group of seven artists collaborated on the group project with the intent of the project to bring attention to and address exposure deaths in the Gallup area.

Ashton S. Phillips, Christian Bigwater, Bear Mescale, Jonathan Campbell, Rutherfor Ashley, Henry Yazhe and Brad Charles round out the artists involved in the exhibition.

Along with the art project, they’ve brought in speakers to highlight different underlying causes, responses, and actions, as well as other related issues. according to Executive Director...


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This handsome guy is available for adoption at the Gallup McKinley Humane Society.  His ID # is 14009. He is a very gentle, calm and mild-mannered lab mix breed. He will need to be neutered before you can take him to his new, loving home. The Gallup McKinley Humane Society is located at 1315 B. Hamilton Road. Call (505) 863-2616 for more information.

‘A Cure for Wellness’ is a crazed fever dream

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Rating: ««« out of 4 stars

Running Time: 146 min.

Holy cow. Simply put, the new film A Cure For Wellness is completely bonkers. It’s a horror/thriller that ends up playing out like some sort of fever dream. In fact, for a good portion of the film one might think that the storyteller was just making things up as they were going along. Obviously, that couldn’t have been the case. For one, the production design is incredible and the movie is gorgeously shot. Yet it abandons conventional plotting and goes over the same story beats multiple times, often veering into wild exaggeration. One can’t help but think that the movie itself is as mad as some of its characters.


DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for Feb. 17, 2017

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Welcome back to another look at new releases arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. This time out, it’s an impressive mix of Hollywood fare and independent features. 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!

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk - A soldier is hailed as a hero and made part of a halftime show at a Thanksgiving football game. Surrounded by the celebration, he remembers the harrowing details of what actually occurred on the battlefield. This drama from Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain, Life of Pi) didn’t get a big push over the holiday season and only mustered middling notices. Part of the problem...

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