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Movie review: ‘Life of the Party’

Melissa McCarthy can be really funny. She can have you rolling in the aisles and nail you with a real by-cracky knee-slapper ... more

It's not revisionist if it's true

We're still here.Despite still-pervasive stereotypes, persistent racism and a willful ignorance of history, Pueblo Indians are still alive and well. But, today, there's a … more

Voices of 'SEVEN'

"I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own," Audre Lorde, the New York State Poet Laureate, civil rights activist, and … more

Movie review: 'Just Getting Started'

There has been some speculation online recently about what constitutes a “major motion picture” worthy of industry-award recognition. Targets usually pointed out include a number of made-for-online movies and miniseries ... more

Father Bill on film

'The Boy Who Found Gold," a new feature-length documentary film by Christopher Summa about Roman Catholic priest and artist William Hart McNichols -- fondly known by Taoseños as "Father Bill" -- will be screened for one night only … more

Movie Review: 'Chasing Trane'

He was "an artistic genius and a spiritual giant," but the most glorious thing about jazz artist John Coltrane was that he was here in the world. Writer-director John Scheinfeld's new film, "Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane … more

Another side to Agnes

Now that the documentary film about abstract expressionist artist Agnes Martin has been out for a few months, how has it been received? more

Taos performers to read 'SEVEN'

"SEVEN," is described as "a riveting piece of documentary theater [that] tells the stories of seven courageous women from seven different countries who made significant social justice changes toward the well-being of women, families, and children in their respective countries." more
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