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Curtains Up Pagosa seeking instrumentalists for 29th year of shows

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW It does indeed take a village a mount a production, especially a musical. And you cannot produce a musical without musicians. Curtains Up…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

This week our column will focus on some of the families who lived and worked on the East Fork of the San Juan River during pioneer times. Many of them…

UUs to examine the bond between religion and science

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Articulating one’s own theology can be a difficult proposition, especially if one is not a theologian or holds beliefs that are nonstandard fare…

Celebrate how music can soothe your soul at New Thought on Sunday

By Constance d’Angelis Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Steve Blechschmidt will share his personal journey of self-transformation through his unwavering awareness of the power of God in his life.…

Next health and wellness event Wednesday, Dec. 20

The Pagosa Senior Center would like to thank Ronnie Zaday, Eileen Anderson and Linda Barber, the elves who so generously designed and decorated our tree entry in the Festival of…

Small town, big laughs for ‘Tuna Christmas’

By Dale Scrivenger Special to The PREVIEW At many regional theaters, it’s not Christmas without Tuna. Tuna, Texas, that is. Since its 1989 debut as the second of a three-play…

Douglas James Ingram

Douglas James Ingram, age 60, died at home on Thursday, Nov. 23. He was born Sept. 13, 1957, in California. He lived in Texas and Arizona before settling in Pagosa…

No need for words: Hand drumming continues Tuesday

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at noon.…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

Wrapping trees to prevent damage

By Darrin Parmenter PREVIEW Columnist In southwest Colorado, our coldest months are fast approaching. In December 2016, Pagosa Springs had nine nights that registered below 10 degrees, January of 2017…