In This Issue:

When Alice in Wonderland comes to mind, often what is imagined are a myriad of colors, interesting creatures, and a whole lot of nonsense.  Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Alice in Wonderland begins with nothing more than a tall, blue wing back chair sitting center stage. The only other things of note

Legal cannabis in Southern Oregon has had four years to get its feet and shuffle for position in the green rush. I wanted to know what it’s like to run a cannabis farm right now as the dust settles a bit. To get my hands dirty with the issues, I talked

  It was a threatening-rain spring day when I wandered the Thursday Market in Hawthorne Park, and possible rain is plenty excuse for me to crave a bowl of good ramen. I even happened to have my own dad in town with me for a visit, so I just couldn’t

School doesn’t end with the summer. Southern Oregon is filled with art classes ranging from pottery to printmaking to painting. Consider taking a class at one or all of these local art galleries.   Rogue Studio Figure Drawing Sessions at Rogue Gallery & Art Center Tuesdays from July 30 to

To say the Medford Rogues began their season strong would be putting it lightly.  The team started off the season with the longest winning streak in franchise history, making it the team’s best start to a season. The team has lost some games since, but it’s clear this year’s team

  Insects with wings can ruin your summer outing (wasps at a barbecue, right?) or elevate it (a butterfly or two in a garden, awwww!). The Elkton Community Education Center (ECEC) which has been around for 14 years is a treasure many stumble upon on their way to the Coast

Happy CANNA-versary, Oregon! That’s right, it’s already been four years since our FAV plant became legal on July 1st, 2015. As the tip of the spear in the evolution of the cannabis industry, it’s time for the #southernoregoncannabisfam to step back and reevaluate what is happening to our plant, our

If you’ve been paying attention to the latest trends in healthcare and restorative medicine you’ve likely encountered the growing topic of intravenous vitamin therapy. Recently popularized by celebrities such as Adele, Chrissy Teigen and numerous professional athletes, IV vitamin and nutrient drips are being used with increasing popularity to both

It seems like fewer and fewer people these days are making exercise a regular part of their daily routine. Less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day, and only one in three adults receive the recommended amount of physical activity each week, reports the

SOUND

Born in 1990, Pat Simmons, Jr. was a full decade past his dad’s heyday. That isn’t uncommon. Most children only learn about their parents’ antics—professional and otherwise—from hand-me-down stories and photographs from glory days. But when your dad’s profession and his work is nearly a household name, the impact is

  It’s been awhile since listeners have heard form Ashland based singer/songwriter Scott Garriott. Besides 2018’s covers album titled “Hay Bales and Chemtrails,” it has been over two years since Garriott released any new music. Besides some rumors circulating that he might be starting a new glam rock project, there
Allan Rayman - Stitch

Allan Rayman is a singer and songwriter who has released three projects – Hotel Allan, Roadhouse 01 and Courtney. With a headline tour of Europe coming up, his music is ready to reach a wider audience and Stitch will be the track to reach new fans for him. Although his

Beyond the Valley

Lyrah: Down Low (stripped)

While the sultriness of her beautiful melody and stripped-down groove might remind you of Maggie Rogers, Lyrah gives voice and substance to a complicated situation, and presents the series of emotional steps that were taken in her erstwhile don’t-call-it-a-relationship as a collective sense of frustration. The message here is simple
Brave - by Don Diablo and Jessie J

Brave is a beautiful anthem to self-empowerment, featuring the unbridled soul of Jessie J and the production expertise of Don Diablo, whose contributions to the evolution of future-house and other flavors of modern EDM are widely known. GRAMMY® Award-nominated songstress Jessie J cracked the Billboard Top 20 with her ambitious
John The Blind: Hallelujah

Joining the sound of soul with electronic vocoder flair and a dance-club beat, John The Blind makes his breakout with this infectious paean to the body language of love. In that moment when the song takes hold of you, and it makes you move – that is when you give
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