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Auditions being held for ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW It is that time again — Curtains Up Pagosa is holding auditions for its 25th anniversary blockbuster summer musical, “Jesus Christ Superstar,” a…

Photographing canyon country

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW Photo courtesy Andy Butler This month’s Photography Club program is titled “Photographing Utah’s Canyon Country — Off the Beaten Path,” and will be…

Homemakers to craft pillows, quilts and blankets

By Denny Rose Special to The PREVIEW All area women are invited to come have lunch, visit and work with other women to create pillows, quilts and blankets at the…

San Juan Flyers host open house Saturday

By Anne Kautzky Special to The PREVIEW Now is the time of year that the weather turns our thoughts to the outdoors and eyes skyward to focus on accomplishing long-awaited…

Live Entertainment 4/4/14-4/9/14

Friday Nello’s Bistro: Tim Sullivan, 6 p.m. Saturday Nello’s Bistro: San Juan Mountain Boys, 6 p.m. Wednesday Buffalo Inn: Karaoke with Lisa Nello’s Bistro: Tim Sullivan and Narrow Gauge, 6…

Women skiers: This information is just for you

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN Columnist If you are female — and you ski — this week’s column is for you. There are a few things women should know about their…

Filing an error-free income tax return means a quicker refund

Special to The SUN Each year, thousands of Colorado state tax returns contain errors or omissions that delay tax refunds. Taxpayers can easily avoid delays by filing their Colorado income…

Square dance has a colorful history

Square dance has a colorful history

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW A new, ongoing class at the Ross Aragon Community Center continues every Wednesday evening from 5-7 p.m. Local music and dance teacher Carla…

Speeding by in the big city

By Daris Howard Special to The PREVIEW “Dad,” my son said from the back of the van, “you need to go faster. Everyone is passing us.” He was right. The…

Multi-Purpose Pavilion committee to host recipe contest tomorrow

By Doug Chapin Special to The PREVIEW The Taste of Pagosa Cookbook committee will highlight “Brunch & Breakfast” in this, the fourth installment of the cookbook series recipe contests. The…