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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...

Pet of the Week

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Meet Gigi!

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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for information on Gigi.

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ isn’t a winning rom-com

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This title from Focus Features opens exclusively at cinemas on Friday, Sept. 8.

It’s been a little more than 20 years now since the romantic comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding surprised the industry. The film charmed audiences, was well-received by the press, became a worldwide box office phenomenon and earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. A lesser sequel followed in 2016 and now a third film has unexpectedly arrived.

The new locale adds a bit of freshness to My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3, but it also doesn’t feel essential and is likely only suited to those who really want to catch up with these...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for Sept. 8, 2023

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Welcome to another look at some of the highlights arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. There’s one huge release in this edition, as well as a few interesting independent titles arriving. And, as always, plenty of older features have received high-definition upgrades. So, if you can’t make it out to the movies this week or need to stay indoors for a few days, be sure to give one of these titles a try.


MASTER GARDENER: The latest feature from writer/director Paul Schrader (First Reformed, Auto Focus, Affliction, Light Sleeper) involves an exacting and demanding horticulturist working on a large historic estate in the country who answers to the land’s dowager...

ZART shines the spotlight on Zuni art

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The cliché of starving artists is an old saw for a reason: Very few artists make a living from their artwork.  It’s even more difficult for those who live in remote places and have few opportunities to show their work.

For Zuni artists, that’s changing. The Keshi Foundation, which opened a Zuni gallery in Santa Fe decades ago, opened the Zuni Artist Resource Team at 120 W. Coal Ave. in early August. The Gallup site is open Tuesdays through Fridays and will be open during ArtsCrawl events.

The shop is part gallery, representing about 230 artisans so far, part fledgling Museum of Zuni Art, part training center and part web resource to help the artists display and market their...

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