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Celebrate Thingamajig Theatre Company at Broadway Gala fundraiser July 26

Celebrate Thingamajig Theatre Company at Broadway Gala fundraiser July 26

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW Live, professional theater in Pagosa Springs is officially five years old and Thingamajig Theatre Company is thrilled to celebrate this milestone with the…

Pagosa to host Cowboy Fast Draw Association state and national championships July 26-31

By Dave “Mongo” Miller Special to The PREVIEW Want to see an old west gunfight? Come on down to Town Park and watch all of the exciting shooting action and…

Five-time Grammy nominee Cia Cherryholmes and Stetson Adkisson headlining tonight’s 19th Hole Concert

By Leslie Wustrack Special to The PREVIEW Singer, songwriter and banjo player Cia, former member of the beloved bluegrass family band Cherryholmes, and her guitarist husband, Stetson Adkisson, also a…

Benefit dinner and dance will support Veterans Memorial Park

By June Marquez Special to The SUN It is such a joy to see the expressions of the audience as “A Tribute to Patsy Cline” takes them back into time.…

Benefit dinner and dance will support Veterans Memorial Park of Archuleta County

By June Marquez Special to The PREVIEW It is such a joy to see the expressions of the audience as “A Tribute to Patsy Cline” takes them back into time.…

Free Summer Concert Series starting at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Coming to the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on Tuesday, July 19, at 7 p.m. for the first concert in the Free…

Sunday Night Unplugged provides peace in times of turmoil

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Sunday Night Unplugged, a music and meditation service at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, provides a time of peace and quiet, punctuated with sounds…

‘Cabaret’ and ‘Cline’ still relevant today

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW The now-classic musical “Cabaret,” originally produced on Broadway in 1966, may have a pedigree that dates back to the days of pre-Nazi Germany,…

Former Blue Angel to speak at Fort Lewis College to support Jeff Kuss Memorial Scholarship

By Mitch Davis Special to The PREVIEW Fort Lewis College will host John Foley on Aug. 3 at 8:30 a.m. in the Student Union Ballroom for a Business Leadership Breakfast.…

Fourth of July Parade winners announced

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW This year’s Rotary Fourth of July Parade featured over 75 entries in four categories. The full version of this story is available in…