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‘The Old Guard’ is a little musty

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Running Time: 125 minutes

The following feature is currently available for streaming on Netflix.

There can be only one … actually, four … make that five … or perhaps six. Those who recognize the first part of the previous sentence will know it from Highlander, a cult action/fantasy film...

GallupARTS announces monthly free family art kits July through December

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GallupARTS is excited to announce a new initiative: monthly Free Family Art Kits. With summer camps canceled and extended school closures on the horizon, gallupARTS will be serving up art education, creativity and family fun.

Starting July 18, and continuing on first Saturdays through December, gallupARTS will be giving out free family art kits complete with all the necessary supplies and step-by-step instructions for one or more projects. Kits will be available for pickup on a first-come-first-served basis at ART123 Gallery from 12 – 4 pm on designated Saturdays.

Additionally, instructional videos will accompany each kit and will be posted on the gallupARTS Instagram and Facebook...

Palm Springs released on Hulu

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‘Palm Springs’ provides plenty of surprises and laughs

Rating: 3.5 out of 4 stars

Running Time: 90 minutes

By Glenn Kay

For the Sun

This movie is available for streaming on Hulu.

As a critic, you often see early screenings of films without any idea of the story or plot. Occasionally, it leaves us with much less knowledge than audiences who see promos and commercials on TV in the week leading up to a movie’s release. Often, the only information available is just the cast members and general premise. This usually doesn’t make a great deal of difference, as most titles are straight-forward and predictable right out of the gate.

However, that is not the case with the new indie...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for July 17, 2020

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By Glenn Kay

For the Sun

Welcome to another busy edition of new releases on Blu-ray and DVD. There’s plenty on offer this time out, including a high-profile release, as well as some fascinating indie flicks. So, since you likely can’t go out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


1275 DAYS: This documentary tells the story of a teenager from Indiana who got involved with the wrong crowd. One evening, he and his four friends attempted to break in to a home they believed was unoccupied. The group was met with gunfire. A youth was killed and the subject of this film was shot in the leg.

Despite actually being unarmed and one of...

Navajo artist transfers his dreams onto canvas

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Calling himself ‘the Dream Artist,’ Narbono Begay paints what he dreams

At the end of a hard day, we all look forward to getting a peaceful night of rest. When our head hits that pillow, it’s off to dream land and for 36-year-old Narbono Casimere Begay, it’s his gateway for inspirations for his future paintings.

Being a full-blooded Navajo artist, Begay considers himself a semi-professional, self-taught painter. Born and raised in St. Michaels, Ariz., his only form of art was silversmithing, taught to him by his dad. He started making earrings and bracelets, and that was the extent of it.

As he grew up he worked various spot jobs in construction here and there, and never...

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