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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.

In spite of hardships and setbacks, Randall Theatre has marched on, and now reaches its tenth year of performances in a new, sweet location, smack in downtown Medford.

Sometimes relatives you haven’t seen in a while cram every story from the previous year into the precious time they have with you over Christmas dinner. Right? Well, Every Christmas Story Ever Told is sort of like this, but less annoying, more entertaining and nobody goes home hungry. Not if

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.

Not that long ago tattoos were a taboo subject only unruly young adults participated in, or at least that was the stereotype. Today, ink knows no demographics.   For Benja Zohara, owner and tattoo artist at Universal Rites Tattoo in Ashland, tattooing was a natural way of life. Growing up

Liberty Arts in Yreka is a hidden gem, with 10 years of success and a very dedicated following. Their art is so strong, openings typically draw 150 patrons. Investing in a 40-minute drive will lead to the best California contemporary art north of the Bay Area. Liberty resides in the

Dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars expects to dazzle another sold-out audience with talent and heart this year at its annual fundraising event on November 10 sponsored by Newswatch 12 and Banner Bank. But, what makes a Rogue Valley star shine? Is it the biggest personality? Is it the most

Whether it be wood elves, dogs, or birds, Corbin Brashear’s felt works are best represented in the outdoors among the leaves, twigs, and moss as if that’s where they were created. Brashear’s history with needle felting began in 2002. “I began making small sculptures of animals and elves and soon

“Glass seems to have its ebb and flow,” says Lee Wassink. Looking at any one of his glass blowing creations, it’s easy to understand what he’s saying. Vibrant colors containing mesmerizing patterns in a glass blown product is an ebb and flow entirely of its own. Wassink is founder of

After reading hundreds of scripts between winter and spring, Ashland New Plays Festival narrowed down its selection to four new scripts by playwrights across the U.S. and is ready to premier them to the Rogue Valley October 17 – 21. It is a unique presentation. Without full sets or lavish