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Jake, the fashion plate of the neighborhood

Columnist I arrived at the Bible study, only to meet Jake and his master, Sam. Jake was energetic and happy. Sam said, “Jake wants to show you his stitches.” I…

Creative Pagosa: John Farley

Creative Pagosa: John Farley

The Pagosa Arts & Culture Project is building a web-based directory of all the creative people and businesses in the community. By creating this website, it will make these MAKERS…

Community Choir to present Spring Concert this weekend

Community Choir to present Spring Concert this weekend

By Dale Schwicker Special to The PREVIEW “Of God and Country” is the theme for the annual Pagosa Springs Community Choir Spring Concert being presented this weekend. Concerts are May…

‘Hidden:’ What would you do?

‘Hidden:’ What would you do?

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW What would you do? If you were in a position to save a life, but by doing so, you risked your own and…

Let’s Dance Club offers dancing with Love

Let’s Dance Club offers dancing with Love

By Phyllis Wheaton Special to The PREVIEW During the week of June 2, Let’s Dance Club will host dance workshops with Richard and Debbie Love, Dance Vision International Dance Association…

Live Entertainment 5/17-5/22

Friday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ TBA, 9 p.m. Buffalo Inn: Live Entertainment, 9 p.m. Coyote Moon: Brooks-i Band, 9 p.m. Nello’s Bistro: Carl Mori, 6 p.m. On the Rocks aka…

High school artists win 31 awards

High school artists win 31 awards

By Clint Shaw Special to The PREVIEW On April 25, a group of Pagosa’s high school artists competed in the annual Intermountain League Art Show. Local students made an exceptional…

‘Hidden’ reveals good in us all

‘Hidden’ reveals good in us all

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company concludes its season with powerful nostalgia May 10. Tickets to the Champagne Opening of “Hidden: Stories of the Dutch Resistance”…

Summer and the Hands-On Arts Camp

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 20 years, the Hands-On Arts Camp has provided fun, nurturing and creative art experiences to local youngsters. Check out…

Author to make presentation at library

By Meg Wempe Special to The PREVIEW Do you consider yourself an adventurer? Enjoy hearing about other people’s explorations? Are you interested in Alaska? If you answered “yes” to any…