Jordan Marie McCaw
Late American stage producer and director Zelda Fichandler once said art is community, as well as a personal experience, spurned from the ideas and dreams of the individual. Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Director of Literary Development and Dramaturgy Amrita Ramanan acts this out daily through her work. Ramanan arrived to OSF
As spring approaches, trails all across Southern Oregon open up for the year. It’s time to strap on the hiking boots and head out to Collings Mountain Trail in Applegate. The nearly seven mile trail when hiked to the end and back offers picturesque views of Applegate Lake. The trail
The list of featured artists at the Studio at Living Opportunities is long and diverse. Founded in 2004, the Studio was to benefit people with disabilities. Between then and now, the Studio has showcased art by multiple artists, founded a music department, is forming a band, and added drama to
by Jordan Marie McCaw In a quaint, ornate frame is an embroidered bouquet of flowers. In another is an embroidered human heart with flowers blossoming forth. The artwork is detailed, vulnerable, and created by local artist Chloe Lindgren. Lindgren recently launched an online store where people can view
When a restaurant claims to serve authentic cultural food, most of us don’t question the claim. Taking a look at Blue Toba, the owners are happy to share what the word authentic means to them. Blue Toba in Ashland started out in a food truck in 2013. Eventually Owner
Ashland Restaurant Week has been so successful that last year Travel Ashland extended the week into a full Ashland Culinary Month.
On Monday, February 11, 2Hawk will invite members into its spacious kitchen to learn how chocolate and wine pair best together. The class will be taught by Owner of Lillie Belle Chocolates Jeff Shepherd, who has a long career with savory and sweet foods.
One of the fondest Christmas memories anyone can create is hunting for one’s own Christmas tree. For some families they find their tree within the first couple minutes and then spend the rest of the day sledding, having a spirited snowball fight, and drinking hot chocolate. For others, hunting for
Southwest Ireland in the 1950s was a region largely devoid of televisions, cars, or even telephones; an information island. Growing up during this time for Tomáseen Foley meant taking in the enchanting oral storytelling of anyone who could tell a tale. Sunday, December 23, Foley will perform “A Celtic Christmas,”
Art is represented in many mediums, but something we so often overlook is how far down an artist dug to realize art. “As an artist, that’s what I do; I dive deep within to create something, and then I share it with others,” says local artist Marigny Goodyear. On Oct.