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Catherine Kelley

Catherine Kelley

Peek into the worlds of newts, German browns, ice sheets and grizzlies at the 7th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival “On Tour” on November 8. The night of short film, benefitting southern Oregon’s Rogue Riverkeeper, aims to entertain while encouraging activism toward preserving and protecting the natural environment and

Between that last morsel of pumpkin pie and racing out the door to conquer the cheapest PlayStation or Samsung, there’s digestion. A walk after your Thanksgiving meal might ease that full belly, along with the pressures of the holiday shop-a-thon pandemonium. The last, and best, course of the meal could

A walk through one of southern Oregon’s historic pioneer cemeteries is like touring an outdoor museum. Before electricity, airplanes or internet there were trading posts, steam boats and covered wagons enabling early settlers to trek westward where some lived, died and were buried under Oregon soil. The Linkville Pioneer Cemetery

There’s nothing more invigorating than a hike through a colorful autumn forest on a crisp day, and Oregon trails are quite showy. Grab your coat, boots and water to enjoy nature’s palette on these local trails.  Natural Bridge: A popular scenic viewpoint just north of Prospect is Natural Bridge, where

As the full moon rises, the doors will creak open at southern Oregon’s Killer Valley Horror and Comedy Film Festival October 12 and 13. The canvas of gory, mysterious, audacious and humorous film shorts is sure to appease the darkest and lightest realms in everyone.  Filmmaker and event founder, Randy

Big, bold graphics celebrating the Grants Pass region’s natural and cultural abundance will color the streets at the 17th annual Art Along the Rogue Street Painting and Music Festival October 4 – 6. This year’s theme, Bounty of the County, will have some of the best national and Oregon-based chalk

  Like a giant Mavericks wave rising out of the ocean, podcast popularity is cresting. With over 750,000 shows and programs offered and advertising revenue expected to hit the billion dollar mark by 2021, this budding medium is fast becoming one of the hottest on-demand, content-bingeing platforms available.  In 2003,

There is no turning back: Climate change is happening. And, along with the forest fires, it will hit southern Oregon in terms of, well, all aspects of agriculture; yes, including the burgeoning wine industry. But Oregon’s cultural heritage of perseverance, progressiveness and environmental awareness seem to be creating a storm

Sometimes the bond between human and animal goes to such depths it can break barriers to our understanding. Heartisan Films and Wildlife Images announce the world premiere of Gorilla Girl, a documentary chronicling the life of animal relations specialist, Ann Southcombe, as she gives us an intimate glimpse into the

In this era of parroted programming and ad interruptions, community-powered KSKQ Radio (89.5 FM and 94.1 FM) is media for the people, by the people, giving listeners a breath of fresh airwaves. “The radio station is totally community run, and holds the same non-commercial educational (NCE) license as JPR (Jefferson