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DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for June 23, 2017

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Hello, it’s time for another look at new releases arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. There’s another intriguing mix of big studio fare, indie features and old titles making their high definition debuts. So if you can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


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Featuring Mato Nanji

of Indigenous

Gallup, for a small city, gets its share of diverse concerts, whether it’s a Cuban jazz ensemble or a rock n’ roll gig and everything in between.

It was the fusion of blues and rock that hit the stage in the downtown area at the Gallup Downtown Conference Center this past week. Taking the stage June 8 was “Indigenous.” Indigenous is an American rock band that debuted in the late 1990s.

The band originally consisted of two brothers, Mato Nanji and Pte Nanji, their sister Wanbdi, and cousin Horse – all Yankton Sioux Native American Indians from the Nakota Nation, growing up on the Yankton Indian Reservation in South Dakota.


Former Redskin players coach, inspire a new generation of players

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About 120 kids attend summer football camp

Watching your favorite football team and for that matter, your favorite player on television is always exciting. Kids dreams about becoming just like them, and any chances of getting there enhances their self-esteem.

Well that chance was made available to about 120 kids from the Gallup area June 14-16, and it was free.

The Washington Redskins Original Foundation Youth Summer Football Camp, in part with, Riddell Protect and Perform, the National Football League Foundation, USA Football, Footballs National Governing Body, and National Native American Law Enforcement Association, held its first ever football camp at Miyamura High...

Sharks steal the show in ‘47 Meters Down’

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Rating: «« out of 4

Running Time: 89 minutes

There are plenty of fun things to do while vacationing in Mexico. Sunbathing on the beaches, strolling through quaint towns, swimming in the gorgeous waters, hopping into rickety old motorboat heading to the middle of nowhere, entering a rusty, dilapidated cage surrounded by hungry great white sharks more than 25 feet in length. Well, maybe not the last bit, but there’s no 47 Meters Down (or Johannes Roberts’ 47 Meters Down, as the title credit bafflingly proclaims) without some serious lapses in judgment.

Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) are sisters who find themselves in this unlikely scenario. The equipment looks about...

‘Cars 3’ sputters on its way to the finish line

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Rating: «« out of 4

Running Time: 109 min.

Well, if nothing else, it certainly looks great. Cars 3, the newest from Pixar, is an admittedly slick little vehicle that will most certainly impress the young tykes. Unfortunately, this reviewer hasn’t been seven years old in a very, very long time. Despite the incredible animation on display, the story offers significantly less to anyone standing over four feet in height.

Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) begins to feel long in the tooth when younger vehicles like Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer) arrive and take the championship from him. Desperate to continue, Lightning begins working with new sponsor Sterling (Nathan Fillion) and attempts...

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