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Pagosa filmaker’s documentary to be shown during Meltdown

By Lisa Schwantes Special to The PREVIEW The Four Corners Film Office (4CFO) will sponsor a viewing of the locally produced documentary “The Tao of Bluegrass: A Portrait of Peter…

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…

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…

Curtains Up Pagosa announces season

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa is excited and thrilled to announce its 25th Silverado season. The summer blockbuster production to be held during the Fourth…

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…

Ways you can help with the Car Show

Ways you can help with the Car Show

By Stacy Kirby Special to The PREVIEW It seems impossible to believe, but the sixth annual Car Show at Pagosa is just around the corner — Friday, May 16, and…

Classical piano concert celebrates spring delights

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Though winter seldom makes an easy exit in Pagosa Springs, the calendar tells us it is springtime and it is time to celebrate.…

Former resident publishes fairy tale

Former resident publishes fairy tale

By Carolyn Paschal Special to The PREVIEW Annie Jackson has published her first book, titled “Tattered Heart.” It is classified as young adult fiction, but speaks to readers of all…

Only three performances remain for ‘Hairspray’

Only three performances remain for ‘Hairspray’

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW “Hairspray” the musical, which opened April 1 at Pagosa Springs High School, has three more performances tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.,…