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Little Black Dress Affair already a success

Little Black Dress Affair already a success

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The Little Black Dress Affair is days away, on Oct. 5, and tickets are sold out. The decorations are assembled, the wine has…

Whiskey took Thunder with her

A phone call sparked this column. The lady on the other end of the phone said, “This is Patty, from Kansas. Let me explain why I’m calling. It’s been a…

CUP to hold ‘Snow White’ auditions Friday

CUP to hold ‘Snow White’ auditions Friday

Special to The PREVIEW Remember when you were a child and played “make believe?” Remember those golden days of yore when you pretended to be a beautiful princess or a…

Howard Rachlin to judge Photo Club exhibit

By Steven Merchant Special to The PREVIEW Howard Rachlin returns to Pagosa to judge the Pagosa Springs Photo Club’s 10th annual Juried Print Exhibit. Rachlin is responsible for founding the…

Acclaimed quintet Canadian Brass to perform in Durango Oct. 2

Acclaimed quintet Canadian Brass to perform in Durango Oct. 2

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Canadian Brass, the quintet that has earned the distinction of “the world’s most famous brass group,” comes to the Community Concert Hall at…

Community band to rehearse for fall concert

Community band to rehearse for fall concert

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Community Band will begin rehearsals  on Monday, Sept. 30, for its fall concert. Rehearsals will be held in the band…

Curtains Up Pagosa! to hold ‘Snow White’ auditions

Special to The PREVIEW The Grimm’s fairy tale “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” will come to life on the Pagosa Springs High School stage Dec. 12-15, as a part…

A tribute to a gentleman and his music

A tribute to a gentleman and his music

By DC Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Professor John Graves is a true gentleman, by definition: “Someone who knows how to play accordion — but doesn’t!” In the old days,…

San Juan Symphony to kick off 2013-14 season

By Kathy Myrick Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Symphony will kick off its 2013-14 season at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College in Durango at 7:30…

Welcome to the Big League

Columnist Oh my goodness, I cringed at the loud, strong words from a couple of fans at the Pagosa Springs football game on a Friday night. I was sitting among…