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Curtains Up Pagosa welcomes new president and treasurer

Curtains Up Pagosa welcomes new president and treasurer

By Dale Johnson Curtains Up Pagosa In the fall of 2018 during auditions for Curtains Up Pagosa’s (CUP) “Nutcracker the Musical,” we were delighted to meet a young newcomer to…

Artist’s Lane: Who’s thinking anyways

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Are we being conditioned or conformed by what we are hearing and seeing? I’d like to know. Are we beating the air, asking the wrong…

Virtual Sunday Night Unplugged offered

By Sally Neel St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church One of the many downsides of being sequestered by COVID-19 has been the hiatus of Sunday Night Unplugged, a monthly service of music…

Thingamajig’s Perry Davis Harper wins best actor

Thingamajig’s Perry Davis Harper wins best actor

By Carole Howard Thingamajig Theatre Company Perry Davis Harper, star of Thingamajig Theatre Company’s summer 2019 production of “Jekyll and Hyde,” won best actor in a musical from the Denver-based…

Meet this year’s Pagosa stars who are dancing for your votes

Meet this year’s Pagosa stars who are dancing for your votes

By Gabrielle Dorr Seeds of Learning Seeds of Learning is honored to announce the 2020 dancers who will be winning your hearts in our annual Dancing with the Pagosa Stars…

Artist’s Lane: A serious dinner conversation

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist When our family gets together, we take turns telling stories that usually end up with an eruption of laughter. That is, until last Sunday’s family…

Curtains Up Pagosa says goodbye to long-time board members

Curtains Up Pagosa says goodbye to long-time board members

By Dale Johnson Curtains Up Pagosa Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) has been quite busy with transitions and changes this year.  For the past six years, we have been honored and…

Artist’s Lane: A view from the top

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist We are living in a time when walls of division, disruption and distraction are appearing all around us. They have likely always been there; we…

Artist’s Lane: Family trip on a shoestring

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Each year, our family comes from out of town to visit. We tell stories and bring up memories we’ve made together. One of the stories…

Car Hop Movie Nights: A drive-in fundraiser

By Alison Beach Pagosa Peak Open School Looking for something fun to do this summer? Swing by the charter school and catch a movie in your car. It’s the perfect…

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