Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

— Subscribe to this topic on PagosaSUN.com
Home » Archives by category » Arts & Entertainment (Page 98)

Pagosa about to get rained on

By Pat Payne Special to The PREVIEW Even though we are almost midway through October a rain is about to hit Pagosa, “A Steady Rain.” A new play by Keith…

Classical guitarist featured at Sunday Night Unplugged

Classical guitarist featured at Sunday Night Unplugged

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday, at 5 p.m., Sunday Night Unplugged will feature the talents of classical guitarist Stephany Bouchier. Like many musicians in the Pagosa…

Centerpoint Church to host Harvest Fest

By Lisa Ann Pilgrim Special to The PREVIEW Mark your calendars for the biggest autumn event of the season. Harvest Fest will take place at Centerpoint Church on Wednesday, Oct.…

Americana Project class presents The Caravan of Thieves

Americana Project class presents The Caravan of Thieves

By Hayley Hudson Special to The PREVIEW Music is the universal language of the mind, body and soul. Music speaks to everyone. To me, the one thing better than listening…

Back in town, ready to take on Pagosa

Back in town, ready to take on Pagosa

By Darcy DeGuise Special to The PREVIEW As a fairly fresh transplant to our quaint, little town, it is no surprise to me that people love it here. We have…

Monsters Ball at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts on Halloween night

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Halloween is a wicked time to celebrate and Pagosa Springs is going to get wild this Oct. 31 at the Center for the…

Famed New York company to perform ‘Of Mice and Men’ in Dulce

Famed New York company to perform ‘Of Mice and Men’ in Dulce

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer When you say “Dulce” in Pagosa, most of the natives know where you’re talking about and can point the general direction in which the town…

Clothing, other items being collected for St. Patrick’s giveaway event

Clothing, other items being collected for St. Patrick’s giveaway event

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW As the seasons transition from summer into fall, many of us are going through closets and drawers and pulling out clothes we no…

Too much flannel in Pagosa

Al’s brother, David, came up for the weekend. He invited Al and me over for dinner. In the course of the evening, we talked. As we talked, I shook my…

Pianist Rebecca Penneys to perform at Durango recital, teach master class

By Shauna Blaylock Special to The PREVIEW The Fort Lewis College Artists in Residence Committee has commissioned pianist Rebecca Penneys to give a master class (Nov. 14) and a recital…