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Even today, film director David Lynch is still distancing himself from “Dune” (1984). According to a media report, he has stated he doesn’t even have any desire to see Denis Villenueve’s highly anticipated remake due for release later this month. His version was just too painful an experience.
 

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During this unprecedented era of separation and isolation due to COVID, people, particularly children, urgently need to build relationships, connect with community and foster a sense of self.

Parents can help restore their child's sense of self and belonging through storytelling activities. Storytelling is a human pursuit that crosses all cultures and generations and can help restore some of the missing elements in our children's lives today.

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Every year, the Taos News and our generous advertisers shine the light on the folks doing the good in our communities. Over four weeks and four unique issues (LeyendasRaicesArtes and Heroes), we recount stories of tireless effort and selfless work helping others, concluding with our Citizen of the Year.

 

We invite you to join us for a special livestream event on the Taos News Facebook page and Taos News website home page on Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020, at 5:30 PM MDT to honor 9 Unsung Heroes of Taos, and to name the 2020 Citizen of the Year!  There is no cost to attend this virtual event!

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Director Antonio Campos had a once-in-a-lifetime chance to create an epic Southern Gothic drama rife with sin and sinners, violence and sinister characters. Whether he succeeds or not is left to the viewer, but to me it veered from great to confusing at times because fracturing its storyline really wasn’t necessary.