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Q: Where can I see the new Road House movie? It’s not playing in local theaters, as far as I can tell. The original movie with Patrick Swayze is one of my favorites. — D.D.

A: The remake of the 1989 cult classic isn’t at your local movie theater. Instead, it’s available now exclusively through Amazon’s Prime...

Spring movies ready to bloom

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Wow, it was only a few weeks ago that Oscar season ended, but the spring and early summer movie season is already upon us. This weekend sees the release of the horror prequel The First Omen from 20th Century Studios and Dev Patel’s action picture/festival hit Monkey Man arriving from Universal Pictures. Alas, these efforts were screened a little too late to make publication deadlines, so instead we’ll take a look at upcoming movies arriving in the next month or two. As always, please remember that scheduled release dates can change at the last minute.

A24 is an independent distributor with an excellent track record of films that most recently include...

From painting T-shirts to gallery walls

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Hiro Cash grew up drawing in notebooks, or anything he could get his hands on. In an interview with the Sun, he said he’s always had a creative mindset and imagination. But it wasn’t until high school that he began profiting off his art.

He started selling T-shirts with his art on them to his friends. At first, he was drawing the images on blank  shirts, but then he turned to screen=printing. This sparked an interest in graphic design.

Besides drawing and creating t-shirts for his friends, Cash also spent his time going to art shows and studying the work of other artists.

For Cash, art is just a part of life. He incorporates another one of his passions – music – into his...

Take an abstract journey at ART123

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GALLERY SHOW HIGHTLIGHTS SARGENT’S WORK

From landscapes to portraits, Be Sargent has experimented with a variety of formats throughout her decades-long career as an artist, but for her upcoming show at the ART123 Gallery, which is located at 123 W. Coal Ave., she is focusing on the abstract.

Sargent grew up drawing horses in her Albuquerque home. She studied at the Boston Museum School and graduated with a bachelor’s in fine arts from the San Francisco Art Institute.

After graduation, she became a graphic designer and installer of corporate art.

She started her art career painting landscapes, but she’s also found herself focusing on portraits and even doing some murals...

Pet of the Week: Meet Gigi!

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Gigi is about a year old, fresh out of puppyhood and looking for her furever home. Her foster says that she’s a submissive type, but she loves to plop her 55 lb. body on her foster for some kissy time.

She also prefers to be outdoors, and does great on the leash after she burns off some puppy energy. Her foster doesn’t have any cats or other dogs, but she came from a temporary foster that has a lot of dogs, so she’s a well socialized gal.

From her markings, we believe she’s a shepherd mix!

Gigi’s adoption fee is $150.

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