RED RIVER THEATRES

Jeremiah Zagar saw something of himself in Justin Torres’s novel, We the Animals.When the New York director picked up the 144-page coming-of-age...

Carl Hampe grew up just outside the big city lights of Concord. Now, one of the films he helped produce is playing on the big screen at Red River...

Sometimes, Linda Bishop would peer through one of the dirty windows from her final residence, a vacant white farmhouse on Mountain Road.She stayed...

Agnes Ellingwood wants to hem your pants.She’s owned L & B Tailoring and Alterations for 16 years. It’s located at 18½ South Main Street, which...

Neither Becky Kinhan nor Karina Kelley saw it coming, the sting from an unseen, unforgiving enemy known as bipolar disorder.They’ve each lost a...

Red River Theatres will participate in a nationwide celebration of independent cinemas Saturday, with 12 hours of special programming that ranges...

Did quadratic equations exist when the dinosaurs were around, or did they only come into being with the arrival of theorem-creating humanity? That...

Fans of classic cinema will have the opportunity to enjoy Charlie Chaplin’s masterpiece “City Lights” (1931) at Red River Theatres on Thursday at 6...

The Golem (1920), a German silent film about a man made of clay and brought to life, will be screened with live music Friday at 7 p.m. at Red River...



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