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Metropolitan Opera performances transmitted to FLC campus

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Following a successful inaugural season, the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College will once again partner with The Metropolitan Opera to screen…

Call for auditions for ‘Cabaret’

By Elsa Jagniecki Special to The PREVIEW Durango Arts Center Theater will hold auditions for the Broadway musical hit “Cabaret” 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 21-22, in the…

United Way golf tournament is Saturday

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN It’s the middle of August; afternoon monsoons are here and mornings are just a welcome tad cooler than they were a month ago.…

Reap rewards of sharing nature with children

By Becky Gillette Special to The SUN Back in the day, weekends and vacations for school-age children meant long days playing outside — riding bikes, climbing trees, jumping in puddles…

Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour participants announced

By Leanne Goebel Special to The PREVIEW The first-ever Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour is set for Oct, 12-13. A hybrid between a studio tour and a MAKERS expo, it…

Celebrate summer at the Picnic in the Park

Celebrate summer at the Picnic in the Park

By Musetta Wollenweber SUN Columnist Join your friends and celebrate summer by attending Picnic in the Park, Friday, Aug. 23, at noon. For those who are daring, see if you…

‘Promise’

‘Promise’

Dear Editor: Thank you, Karl, for echoing the rising voice of the citizens of Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County! Addie Greer’s letter three weeks ago entitled “Unkept Promise” and your…

New

New

Dear Editor: In your editorial last week, “The bus needs new drivers,” you refer to an “older generation” who should “find wisdom and step aside.” I heartily agree on the…

Free defensible space workshop on Aug. 23

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist FireWise of Southwest Colorado and Colorado State University Extension Archuleta County are sponsoring a free Home Ignition Zone and Defensible Space Workshop for the public…

‘Zen Nut’ is not an oxymoron

‘Zen Nut’ is not an oxymoron

By Sue Ellen Haning Columnist “Everything in life is vibration.”  Albert Einstein Welcome back nuts of all colors, shapes and sizes. I assure you the term “Zen Nut” is not…