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High-energy Recycled Percussion to hit the stage April 9 in Durango

High-energy Recycled Percussion to hit the stage April 9 in Durango

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW The high-energy Las Vegas entertainment group Recycled Percussion comes to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College Thursday, April 9, at 7:30…

Road trip to Golden with me and Miss Siri

A road trip for our family means we’re having too much fun; we’ll try new restaurants, no telling where we will end up, cramming everything possible into a weekend and…

Vicki Genfan guest artist for Americana Project concert

Vicki Genfan guest artist for Americana Project concert

By Bob Hemenger Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project is proud to announce that its spring guest artist concert will be Wednesday, April 22, in the high school auditorium.…

Curtains Up Pagosa to hold auditions for ‘Shrek’ in April

Curtains Up Pagosa to hold auditions for ‘Shrek’ in April

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW If you have ever attended a Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) production, you were no doubt amazed at how professional-looking the community theater can…

SHY RABBIT ART Advantage offers ceramic workshop scholarship

SHY RABBIT ART Advantage offers ceramic workshop scholarship

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts’ mission is to promote, teach and nurture the creation of and appreciation for contemporary arts. Serving as the area’s…

Center of Southwest Studies to host talk on the ceremonies of the Tarahumara (Raramuri) of northern Mexico

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College will host Janneli Miller, Ph.D., from the FLC Environmental Studies Program on Monday, March…

Loudon Wainwright III returns to the Community Concert Hall April 2

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW A singer-songwriter who injects his music with wry humor and piercing insight, Loudon Wainwright III will take the stage at the Community Concert…

Sullivan Foundation awards scholarship funds to Pagosa Springs Girls Choir

Sullivan Foundation awards scholarship funds to Pagosa Springs Girls Choir

By Carole Howard Special to The PREVIEW The Jim and Elizabeth Sullivan Foundation has awarded the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir $800 in scholarship funds to help pay the tuition of…

When dreams come true, are we ready for them?

Life is funny. We dream about certain things. It’s a reality jolt when it doesn’t happen. We were watching “American Idol.” Some poor little 15-year-old girl was voted off. She…

Community Concert Hall to present Nashville Chicks with Hits Saturday

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW A celebration of the songwriters Nashville Chicks with Hits, featuring three of Nashville’s top female songwriters, will come to the Community Concert Hall…