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Artist to discuss how spirit nurtures her art Sunday

By Lisa Burnson Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Nov. 12, at 10 a.m., Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) will present local artist Kathleen Steventon to share spiritual influences…

Art Above Violence: Ripple Effect

Art Above Violence: Ripple Effect

Scene … At Art Above Violence: Ripple Effect on Oct. 27. The art show, put on by Rise Above Violence, paired artists with survivors to communicate experiences. The show featured…

Loaves And Fishes a labor of love and thanksgiving

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW On Thursday, Nov. 16, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will host and serve their traditional Thanksgiving lunch at Loaves and Fishes from 11:30 a.m.…

New shows added to Community Concert Hall 2018 lineup

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College has announced the addition of four shows — The Motet, Los Lobos, Farewell Angelina and…

Film double feature to benefit area veterans’ charities

By Daniel Riojas Special to The SUN A film double feature fundraiser will be held to generate donations to support two area nonprofit organizations which honor and support our military…

The Good Time Travelers to take the stage Tuesday

By Izzy Mijares Special to The PREVIEW The Americana Project is proud to present an electrifying duo, The Good Time Travelers. They will be performing on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at…

Kick start the holiday season at Saturday’s 43rd annual Holiday Bazaar

By Peggy Andrews Special to The PREVIEW Kick start the holiday season at the 2017 Holiday Bazaar — a Pagosa Springs tradition in its 43rd year — being held on…

Fort Lewis College Theatre Department to present ‘URINETOWN: The Musical’

By Denise Leslie Special to The PREVIEW The Fort Lewis College (FLC) Theatre Department continues its 2017 season with the hilarious three-time Tony Award winning musical written by Mark Hollmann…

Center of Southwest Studies to host Navajo weaving demonstration

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies and the Native American Center will host a Navajo weaving demonstration and talk in the center’s museum gallery…

You’ve already said that: communicating in color

I looked at my Sweet Al in his recliner. No squeaking rocker, no sorting coupons or flipping pages in his Gun Dog Magazine. I didn’t know if he was sleeping…