This week's Socorro movie review features the computer-animated version of A Christmas Carol featuring Jim Carrey.
Even as recent announcements proclaimed the technical end of the Great Recession for Wall Street, the rate of unemployment in the United States passed the ten percent mark, reflecting a level of misery our local California Street had not borne since 1983.
This week's Socorro movie review features Where the Wild Things Are, based on the book of the same name by author Maurice Sendak.
Democracy, awkward pauses, and blank stares. That can mean only one thing: the Pencil Warrior rides again.
This week's Socorro movie review features Fame, a remake of the cult classic film from 1980.
Once again, Socorro's El Defensor Chieftain newspaper shills for the corporate agenda with press releases and spin being served up as "news" and "opinion" - Socorro can (and should) do better.
This week's Socorro Movie Review features District 9, starring Sharlto Copley and Jason Cope.
This week's Socorro Movie Review features Inglourious Basterds directed by Quentin Tarantino; showing nightly at the Loma at 9:30 p.m.
Returning to the state for the first time in 10 years, the contemporary modern Lula Washington Dance Company will travel around New Mexico from October 16th to 30th, 2009, performing four popular works, teaching master classes, and holding dance workshops for children. They will perform at Macey Center October 16th.
Socorro's city council met Monday, October 5th. Citizen input included testimony on how Socorro might break into the movie business.