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Earth Day 2013 Celebration April 20

By Laurel Epps Special to The PREVIEW Join the fun and activities for Earth Day 2013 at Town Park all afternoon on Saturday, April 20. The Southwest Organization for Sustainability…

Spread the love on PB&J Day

By Cory Dysinger Special to The PREVIEW What if spreading love was as easy of spreading peanut butter? In honor of National PB&J Day on April 2, groups from all…

Come’n Git It for real American food writing

I’ve had enough. My ability to absorb and endure pretense (my own aside) has collapsed. I’m declaring a moratorium. On food magazines. Have you read any of the food magazines…

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

Education Center’s ‘Silver Star’ Celebration luncheon to feature speaker Finessa Ferrell

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The PREVIEW The Archuleta County Education Center’s original annual fund-raiser was a fine art auction. After many other local non-profits began to hold auctions for…

I love meat. Where are your pets?

Meat. Ahhh. I’m reflecting on my life as a carnivore. It’s all I have to do. I’ve squandered hours in front of the TV doing cultural research, watching one after…

Happy where the music plays, and the sun don’t shine

I’m in Santa Fe. More or less against my will. Land of period knockoffs, pea-brain western art, cowboy hats without cowboys, and awkward turquoise jewelry. Pretense, N.M. I am grumbling.…

Fort Lewis College hosts conference on local food

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN On Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23, Fort Lewis College will host the fifth annual Homegrown Food Retreat in the Student Union…

Beetle Boy is a happy boy

I’ll never cook again. I’ve had it. It’s been a long, fascinating run — most of it wonderful. A satisfying adventure. A meditation of high order. But, it’s over. I’m…

Celebrate Mardi Gras, in Pagosa Springs

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW The first Mardi Gras celebration began in 1699 at Pointe du Mardi Gras in Louisiana, when the French came to the new World.…

St. Patrick’s to host Shrove Tuesday pancake supper

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW How better to kick off the solemn liturgical season of Lent than with a traditional Shrove Tuesday pancake supper? The Men of St.…