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Thingamajig Theatre: A peek behind the curtain

Thingamajig Theatre: A peek behind the curtain

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Season’s greetings from Thingamajig Theatre Company! We’re currently celebrating our third season of compelling theatre and offering a very special holiday treat on…

‘Tribute to Patsy Cline’ show to benefit Pagosa accident victim

By June Marquez Special to The SUN A concert will take place on Dec. 29, with proceeds going to benefit a Pagosa resident, Keagan Smith, who is currently recovering from…

Call for entries: Print International 5

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts has announced a call for entries for the SHY RABBIT Print International 5, to be exhibited July 26 –…

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Staff Writer The world theater premiere of Cowboys*Indians, the first of many films Ian McCrudden’s Epiphany pictures hopes to produce in Pagosa, will be held at the downtown Liberty Theatre…

Over the river and through the woods

Do you remember when you were young and spent the holidays with your grandparents? If so, I’m sure you have lots of stories to tell. We enjoyed Thanksgiving with the…

National exhibit features Pagosa artist Sandy Applegate

National exhibit features Pagosa artist Sandy Applegate

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs artist Sandy Applegate is one of the local talents currently featured in The ART of it ALL 2  —  a national…

Reindog Parade Saturday

Reindog Parade Saturday

Photo courtesy Joanne Irons The first-ever Reindog Parade is this Saturday, Dec. 21.  Registration begins at noon at the Pagosa Springs Youth Center (located behind the Humane Society Thrift Store…

What does he see in her?

The seasonal time change is still killing me. I used to wake up at 4 a.m., but now I’m looking at the clock at 3. Woke up with Jake on…

‘Winter Wonderettes’ serves up holiday cheer

‘Winter Wonderettes’ serves up holiday cheer

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW Occasionally, the second time around is just as much fun as the first. Such is the case with “Winter Wonderettes,” which features a…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature cellist Sarah Dorian

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW For some, the Christmas season is almost over. For others, the season will soon begin. Regardless of where your traditions take you, most…