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Film shot in Pagosa Springs to make TV premiere Sept. 27

By Lynne McCrudden Special to The PREVIEW A full-length feature film shot partially on location in Pagosa Springs is set to premiere this weekend on TV. In the thriller, “Child…

Nacha Mendez Trio set to hit the stage at Saturday’s Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW The Nacha Mendez Trio will be performing at the 10th annual Mountain Chile Cha Cha on Saturday, Sept. 26. Mendez grew up in…

Like a kid with a cookie jar — busted

It’s that season again. It’s football time. The boys of fall are back at it. We’re back on the road with family, football, friends and junk food. It can’t get…

Rotary’s ‘Jewels and Jeans’ Barn Dance set for Oct. 17

By John Duvall Special to The PREVIEW For many of us in Pagosa, October can be a most depressing month: Can’t ski; have to drive to get Blue Bell ice…

Photography Club announces annual photo exhibit

Photography Club announces annual photo exhibit

By Steve Merchant Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club is pleased to announce its annual photo print exhibit, slated to open on Oct. 2 and continue through…

Chile, music and more at Mountain Chile Cha Cha Sept. 26

Chile, music and more at Mountain Chile Cha Cha Sept. 26

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs, there is…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s ‘Cowboy Jubilee’ will be a concert for all ages

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW The kids are back in school, the fall schedule is settling in and it’s time for a family night out. Grab your hat,…

2015 Duane Smith Lecture in Southwest Studies to host historian John L. Kessell

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College invites the public to the 2015 Duane Smith Lecture in Southwest Studies featuring this…

Giving introverts a voice: Aunt Mary’s mustache

My friend lives across town, 40 minutes away. She lives by Hatcher Lake and I live on the Lower Blanco. We talk once a week on the phone. I’ve quoted…

Brazil meets Appalachia at the Community Concert Hall with Matuto

Brazil meets Appalachia at the Community Concert Hall with Matuto

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW One of the most innovative groups in world music — Matuto — will take the stage at the Community Concert Hall at Fort…