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Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership using ladybugs for pest management

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP) recently celebrated a week of beautiful weather with two special events in the Education Growing Dome — ladybug…

‘The Good Body’ entering final weekend

‘The Good Body’ entering final weekend

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW “The Good Body” — playing for four more nights at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts and starring locals Terri Pritchard, Rosanna…

Bow wow woes

I am knee deep in dogs. Did someone call for a party? Leave me out of it. I am not in a party mood. There are usually only two dogs…

Tickets on sale now for A Colorado Guys and Gals Country Hoedown with The High Rollers

Tickets on sale now for A Colorado Guys and Gals Country Hoedown with The High Rollers

By Pennie DeClark Special to The PREVIEW It’s time to dust off yer fanciest western boots, denim jeans and cowboy hat and join us for a fun night of great…

Nightsong Trio featured musicians at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will feature the finely tuned talents of NightSong Trio at Sunday Night Unplugged.…

‘The Good Body’ opening Friday at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW “The Good Body” is a collection of short stories and monologues inspired from interviews with hundreds of women about their bodies written by…

The return of the Prodigal

“When the Prodigal comes to himself …” I can’t tell you how many times My Sweet Al and I have said those words. For years, this child, our now adult…

British soul to hit Durango with The James Hunter Six on Feb. 21

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW The British soul singer James Hunter, whose smoky voice has been compared to his influences Sam Cooke, Georgie Fame and Jackie Wilson, takes…

Cool history about Monte Vista’s annual Crane Festival

By Diane Underwood Special to The PREVIEW It might surprise you to know that sandhill cranes weren’t the original stars of Monte Vista’s first crane festival back in 1984. Whooping…

Nightsong Trio featured musicians at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday evening at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will feature the finely tuned talents of NightSong Trio at Sunday Night Unplugged.…