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Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland is getting ready to open its outdoor stage, The Elizabethan Theatre. But as you can tell from this picture, it looked pretty different back in the 1970s, when passersby on the sidewalk could catch a play just by standing on their toes. If you’ve got

Millions of Americans use GlaxoSmithKline’s purple inhaler. But whether Advair poses a higher risk of asthma-related death remains uncertain 15 years after regulators approved the drug. Advair is one of the biggest blockbusters in pharmaceutical history. The asthma drug has generated more than $80 billion in global revenues for its

By Tim Radford, Climate News Network Forests may be the green investment with the richest returns for humankind, according to new research. While one study outlines the ways in which forests provide food, fuel, shelter and a safety net for more than a billion humans, a separate one confirms that

Drought will expose western states to extreme temperatures that could seriously affect electricity generation By Tim Radford, Climate News Network Climate change could mean that things get really tough for people in the US west in the second half of this century, according to new research. Higher temperatures and increased

thurs 28 Cabaret THEATRE—The instant 1966 Broadway classic and 12-time Tony winner Cabaret will see yet another revival in the perfect setting, The Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Set in 1931 in Berlin, the play is set it the Kit Kat Club, where metaphors for the political situation during WWII abound. And