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Summer commitment, long nights and small-town fun

Roll out the pizza dough and throw it in the air. Add the marinara sauce and sprinkle shredded cheese. Toss on a few pepperonis, slide it in a hot oven…

Dreams come true with ‘Hairspray,’ now playing at PSCA

Dreams come true with ‘Hairspray,’ now playing at PSCA

By George Rohrbacher Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts showing of “Hairspray,” which plays through the end of August, has an international cast of 28.…

The Lil’ Smokies, The Drunken Hearts and The Accidentals to take Folk Fest stage

The Lil’ Smokies, The Drunken Hearts and The Accidentals to take Folk Fest stage

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 22nd annual Four Corners Folk Festival is just three weeks away and takes place here in Pagosa Springs on Reservoir Hill Park…

Comedian Mike Williams show to support THRIVE

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The PREVIEW THRIVE presents “Laugh for Life” starring Mike Williams, a nationally known speaker and writer who has a passion for life on Thursday, Aug.…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir sets final auditions

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir sets final auditions

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Girls who will be entering grades five through eight have another opportunity to become members of the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir (PSGC) for…

19th Hole Concert Series raises $6,000 for Archuleta County nonprofits

19th Hole Concert Series raises $6,000 for Archuleta County nonprofits

By Paige Elliott Special to The SUN The 19th Hole Concerts at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club raised a total of $5,976 to be awarded to six different Archuleta County…

Mountain Light Music Festival premiers tomorrow with Baylor Brass

Mountain Light Music Festival premiers tomorrow with Baylor Brass

By Heidi Tanner and Kathy Wadenpfuhl Special to The PREVIEW Tomorrow evening, Aug. 11, beginning at 5:30 p.m., Pagosans will be treated to the first of many Mountain Light Music…

‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ showing for free Thursday Night

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW The new, just released movie, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” will be showing tonight at the Liberty Theatre at 6 p.m. At…

Native American flute serenades Sunday Night Unplugged

Native American flute serenades Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Local artist Charles Martinez will offer the mystic sounds of the Native American flute at this week’s Sunday Night Unplugged at St. Patrick’s…

Baylor Brass to present a special evening of chamber brass music

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW Tickets are on sale now for a special evening of chamber brass music. Baylor Brass from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, will be…