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Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Durango

Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Durango

By Linda Mannix Special to The PREVIEW Durango was a much smaller town 25 years ago when local hat maker Kevin O’Farrell dreamed up the idea of hosting a Cowboy…

Pagosa Springs Photography Club to meet Oct. 9

By Steven Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts, 333 Bastille Drive. Join…

Thingamajig winter season opens with a chiller

Thingamajig winter season opens with a chiller

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company opens its 2013-2014 Season with Naomi Wallace’s Obie Award winning “One Flea Spare.” Set in London in 1665, the story…

UU Fellowship to consider ‘A Simple Choice’

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Oct. 6, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present a sermon entitled “A Simple Choice,” by Beth Chronister, a ministerial intern…

Be an artist, be a teacher, eat a wolf

Be an artist, be a teacher, eat a wolf

“Let’s go to the writers’ conference in March. It’s being held in Seattle. We’ve never been to Seattle.” “Huh?” “You know, the writers’ conference: we went last year, in Boston.…

We should be nice to each other

By Jeff Smith Special to The Preview What makes any church a good church is sometimes a tough process. Solomon talks about this in his wisdom scriptures. I’ve been plodding…

Shady doings with the springs

Shady doings with the springs

Thomas Blair opened the first public bath house near the Great Pagosa Hot Spring in May of 1881. It contained, “one large plunge fully four and one-half feet deep, and…

CUP to hold ‘Snow White’ auditions Friday

CUP to hold ‘Snow White’ auditions Friday

Special to The PREVIEW Remember when you were a child and played “make believe?” Remember those golden days of yore when you pretended to be a beautiful princess or a…

Smoky salsa to celebrate Hispanic heritage

Smoky salsa to celebrate Hispanic heritage

No celebration of Hispanic heritage is complete without a meal. Hispanic cuisine is as versatile as it is beloved, and people of all backgrounds list Hispanic cuisine among their favorite…

Howard Rachlin to judge Photo Club exhibit

By Steven Merchant Special to The PREVIEW Howard Rachlin returns to Pagosa to judge the Pagosa Springs Photo Club’s 10th annual Juried Print Exhibit. Rachlin is responsible for founding the…