Judge: Andy Warhol didn’t violate Prince picture copyright

NEW YORK – Andy Warhol transcended a photographer’s copyright by transforming a picture of a vulnerable and uncomfortable Prince into an artwork that made the singer an “iconic, larger-than-life...

DATE: July 2, 2019 | CATEGORY: Visual Arts

Treasure hunting film begins production in New Mexico

SANTA FE – An independent film about two sisters searching for pirate treasure will be filmed in New Mexico. The New Mexico Film Office made the announcement Monday. “Sierra Sisters The Hunt for...

DATE: July 2, 2019 | CATEGORY: Film and TV

Cortez library to host Ann Lincoln shows

The Journal Magician and juggler Ann Lincoln is up next in the Cortez Public Library’s Family Entertainment Series performances, which are part of the Summer Reading Program. Ann’s show “Magic is...

DATE: July 1, 2019 | CATEGORY: Arts & Entertainment

Climate-change anxiety is now a part of growing up: Pop culture has caught on

The kids are anxious. Can you blame them? In a nation inundated with news of mass shootings and the separation of migrant families, the youngest generation must also learn to cope with the...

DATE: June 30, 2019 | CATEGORY: Arts & Entertainment

Elba says race talk around Bond casting disappointing

LONDON – Even though Idris Elba isn’t trying to become the next James Bond, he’s disheartened that some people don’t think he should be considered for the spy role because he’s black. The British...

DATE: June 29, 2019 | CATEGORY: Film and TV

‘Annabelle’ is good, dumb – and scary – summer fun

Artistically, it’s hard to sustain, let alone build on, a popular horror franchise. The cinematic “Conjuring” universe – an interconnected series of hit horror films that began with 2013’s ‘”The...

DATE: June 29, 2019 | CATEGORY: Film and TV

Review: What if we didn’t meet the Beatles?

The whimsical what-if comedy “Yesterday” poses the intriguing question: Had the Beatles never existed, would the world be a worse place to live? Related: If you were a struggling singer-songwriter...

DATE: June 28, 2019 | CATEGORY: Film and TV

20MOONS picks up where ‘What is True?’ left off

For 36 hours last November, Durango’s 20MOONS Dance Theatre held its “What is True?” at Durango Arts Center. For 36 consecutive hours, participants were invited into the gallery to write, dance,...

DATE: June 28, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

A new beginning for Music in the Mountains

“This summer is tantamount to a new beginning for Music in the Mountains.” Greg Hustis said that last week about our premiere music festival, which will open its 33rd season Thursday. Hustis is...

DATE: June 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Music

Merely Players seeks a few good actors

Merely Players will hold open auditions for “Macbeth” by William Shakespeare. One of the most powerful plays of all time will come to the Merely Players stage in winter 2020. Auditions are open to...

DATE: June 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

‘Voice’ winner Chevel Shepherd heading to Durango

When Farmington high school student Chevel Shepherd won Season 15 of the television singing competition show “The Voice,” she won the grand prize of $100,000 and a recording contract with Universal...

DATE: June 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Music

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ co-star Beth Chapman dies of cancer

HONOLULU – Beth Chapman, who co-starred with her husband on the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” reality TV show and later spoke out against some bail reform measures as leader of a national bail agents’...

DATE: June 26, 2019 | CATEGORY: Arts & Entertainment

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