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Goodbye to the yellow brick road

I’ve walked that yellow brick road in my shiny red shoes with all the gusto and excitement I could muster. On that golden creative path, there was no end to…

Be part of a community at Tuesday hand-drumming classes

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, March 13, at noon.…

Backstage Onstage, a Thingamajig concert, tomorrow at 7 p.m.

Backstage Onstage, a Thingamajig concert, tomorrow at 7 p.m.

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Dale Scrivener Jr., a graduate of Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, will deliver an hour-and-a-half-long concert on Friday, March 9, at 7 p.m. at…

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival puttin’ on the green

St. Patrick’s Irish Festival puttin’ on the green

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Day is a big deal at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. It is not only the day church members honor their patron…

Redemption theme strong in high school’s ‘Hunchback’ musical

By Kim Elzinga Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs High School’s (PSHS) spring production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s 1831 novel of the…

World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade a short walk well taken

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Have you always thought it would be fun to march in a parade, but questioned the idea of a long walk on concrete…

Hand-drumming class continuing Tuesday

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, March 6, at noon.…

Frozen in my mind: Let it go

My mother warned me about days like these. She said we would get old. I didn’t believe her. Every year my Sweet Al has Botox surgery, a 30-minute operation; they…

‘Siberia’ enters final weekend

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW Last fall, Thingamajig Theatre Company spoke with former SUN editor Karl Isberg to consider writing a piece he considered “reflective” of small-town living.…

Frozen in my mind: Let it go

My mother warned me about days like these. She said we would get old. I didn’t believe her. Every year my Sweet Al has Botox surgery, a 30-minute operation; they…