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Exercise your vocals at Choral Workshop and Festival

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW As with every muscle in the body, the vocal chords need to be used and exercised to stay in shape. Older singers often…

Only two weeks left in StageStruck season

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW On Aug. 18 and 25, StageStruck will present the melodrama “It’s All or Nothing or Twenty-One and No Beau in Sight.” As with…

Donations needed to purchase backpacks for students

By Mercedes Leist Special to The SUN The Community United Methodist Church needs your help in providing monetary donations for the purpose of purchasing backpacks for school children. Cash and…

Photography club to tour downtown

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, Aug. 13, will be as a guided photo tour around downtown Pagosa…

‘Les Misérables’ extended; 2014-2015 season announcement party

‘Les Misérables’ extended; 2014-2015 season announcement party

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Les Misérables in Concert,” playing at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, is an unqualified hit with audiences, and…

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Western Music Association’s Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce that they have received a grant from the Archuleta  County Tourism Fund…

‘A Chorus Line:’ one singular sensation

‘A Chorus Line:’ one singular sensation

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “A Chorus Line” at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts is two hours of pure musical theater bliss.…

Cruisin’ Espanola: It’s a family adventure

We came out of Sunday service and our daughter said, “You’ve got to try this restaurant in Espanola. They have the best Mexican food. Let’s go to Espanola.” Our son-in-law…

Lutheran school to hold fundraiser in memory of Mary Jo Janowsky

By Melissa Snarr Special to The PREVIEW Our Savior Lutheran Schools will be honoring the memory of Mary Jo Janowsky by holding a scholarship barbecue fundraiser. Mary Jo longed for…

Ukulele jam: Four strings and a whole lot of fun

Ukulele jam: Four strings and a whole lot of fun

Eight months ago, in December of 2013, Dave Krueger and Guiseppe Margiotta held the first community ukulele jam — something they continue to host every other Sunday in the Pagosa…