Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

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Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

The Clip ‘N Dales take the stage at the Snowdown 2018 Follies at the Durango Arts Center.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

The Clip ‘N Dales take the stage at the Snowdown 2018 Follies at the Durango Arts Center.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Durango’s StillHouse Junkies, from left, Fred Kosak, Alissa Wolf and Cody Tinnin, recorded their song “416” to help with fire-relief efforts.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Rosa Sabido speaks with her mother before her mother passed away. Sabido is the subject of a documentary by John Sheedy that was shown during Mancos Doc Fest.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Cooper and Robert Stapleton closed Southwest Sound in 2018.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Jim Gillaspy formerly of Katzin Music, opened “Jimmy’s Music & Supply” at the corner of 15th Street and East Second Avenue.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Durango Police Department officers perform Ace of Base’s song “The Sign” in an online Lip-Sync Challenge.

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

Aretha Franklin played Mother Nature in Durango native Jack Turner’s 2002 film “The Snow Monsters Meet Mother Nature.”

Fire, films and changes mark memorable 2018 for the arts in Durango

The 1978 disaster movie “Avalanche,” starring Rock Hudson, Mia Farrow and Robert Forster, was filmed in Durango and at Tamarron.
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