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Hi my name is Dexter! I am a Great Dane and Labrador mix, and I am approximately 3 years old. I am already neutered and up to date on vaccinations. What’s also good news is that I am already microchipped!

I had a family but they never reclaimed me, but it’s okay because I know that I will find my furever home again! I...

Showing off their purple school spirit

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‘A Haunting in Venice’ offers some seasonal fun

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Running Time: 103 minutes

This film from 20th Century Studios opens exclusively at cinemas on Friday, Sept. 15.

There certainly is no shortage of murder/mystery features based on the work of Agatha Christie. What is a little unusual is, for all of her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, filmmakers and T.V. producers tend to gravitate toward the same stories. Murder on the Orient Express was released in 2017 and became a box office hit that led to a follow-up, Death on the Nile, only last year. But neither were the first adaptations of each tale.

A Haunting in Venice finally tells a story that is new to the big screen. Truth be told...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for September 15, 2023

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It’s time for another look at some of the highlights arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. This edition includes a nice mix of studio features and independent efforts. So, if you can’t make it out to the movies this week or need to stay indoors, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


AIR: Based on the true story, this film involves a new executive at Nike who turns heads after watching NBA rookie Michael Jordan play basketball. Certain that the athlete will become famous, the businessman offers the fresh face an expensive contract. With everyone ready to lambaste the pair, Jordan becomes an immediate success on the court and the two create “Air Jordan”...

Film Prize Jr. launches third year in New Mexico

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Film professionals, legislators, cabinet officials, teachers and students gathered at the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Sept. 7 to celebrate the launch of Film Prize Jr's third year in New Mexico. The statewide youth film education and festival program supports youth grades 5-12 to create short films.

Last year, the program grew by 55%, featuring 93 student films from over 50 schools in 20 NM counties. All of the films were featured on the big screen at their festival at the Albuquerque Convention Center in April 2023.

Students compete for scholarships and media grants in categories such as comedy, drama, thriller, animations, and documentary.

This year, the program is...

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