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Live Entertainment 1-31-14/ 2-5-14

Friday Coyote Moon Bar & Grill: Ben Gibson Band, 9 p.m. Nello’s Bistro: Carl Mori, 6 p.m. Riff Raff Brewing Company: Daniel Lindsey, 6 p.m. The View: Highway 61, 7…

SHY RABBIT ARTAdvantage offers printmaking scholarship

SHY RABBIT ARTAdvantage offers printmaking 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. One of SHY RABBIT’s…

Americana Project

Americana Project

PREVIEW photo/Randi Pierce A familiar sight to anyone who’s taken in an Americana Project performance, this guitar was from one of the first fundraisers to help the high school class…

‘Hairspray’ to be presented in April

‘Hairspray’ to be presented in April

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW The Tony-Award-winning Musical “Hairspray,” first performed on the Broadway stage in 1972,will be playing at Pagosa Springs High School the first week of…

Broncos Roundup at Catholic Church on Super Bowl Sunday

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW Pope John Paul II Catholic Church is hosting their third Super Bowl Party featuring the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday,…

Creating medals: from design to award

Creating medals: from design to award

Staff Writer Fourth grade students in Tessie Garcia’s art class help to create individualized medals for local GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) events each year. Founded in…

Drama club presents ‘How To Make An American Teenage Quilt’

By Sean Downing Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School drama club presents “How To Make An American Teenage Quilt” by Tom Akers this Saturday night at 7…

Series looks at local groups that work on a global scale

By Mitch Davis Special to The PREVIEW The Life-Long Learning Lecture Series at Fort Lewis College presents “Helping the World Build Sustainable Villages: Profiles of Three High-Impact Southwest Colorado NGOs”…

PREVIEW photo Terri House Ripples in the snow. The skiff of snow that the region received a couple of weeks ago, combined with wind, made for an ocean-like pattern in…

‘Boeing Boeing’ comes in for a landing

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Hard on the heels of their previous January season productions of “Office Space: The Musical” and “Guys on Ice,” Thingamajig Theatre Company kicked…