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Join the Flock in your kilts & plaid for a Scottish Ceilidh (Kaylee) to honor Scotland’s favourite son, Robert Burns! We will celebrate Robbie’s 258th birthday with readings of his poetry by James Finnigan, traditional music from bagpipers Kevin Carr and Bryan Jeffs of Highland Pipes and Drums, Scottish dancing,

With theater season starting back up, the Rogue Valley will once again become a major destination for locals and visitors alike to spend a night out on the town and catch some world-class plays and performances. But what night out to the theater is really complete without a nice meal at

Now that New Year resolutions have ebbed away, and those pledges to eat only a single leaf of lettuce each day and nary a drop of alcohol have receded, it is time to once again jump in, face first, to the abundance of restaurants in southern Oregon. This is not

The difference between a supper club and a steakhouse may seem like semantics; after all, most supper clubs serve a choice of juicy steaks and most steakhouse have the egalitarian elegance of a supper club. But there is an important difference. Supper clubs are a distinctly American invention that boomed

Over the past two year helping launch The Messenger, I have traveled to most nooks and corners of the Rogue Valley. Often, after lugging stacks of newspapers, I’d take a break; a quick pull-over next to Applegate River, a detour through Lithia Park, a short bike through Bear Creek Greenway—and sometimes

Re: Local Little League Still Striving for Gender Equity Equality is not an issue with boys and girls youth baseball/softball programs. It’s the lack of population and the interest in our local baseball/softball programs. More boys play baseball than girls. The girls Little League Softball program does have a season