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Aubry Hollingshead

Aubry Hollingshead

Measure 91 legalized recreational marijuana in Oregon effective July 1, 2015, but that doesn’t mean the marijuana festival was born on the first of July; it just means they might be a little different now. In the wake of the law change, the Oregon Smoke Fest, a musical celebration of

Summertime means river rafting, camping, frisbee golf, jumping off of high things into pools or water and stuff––or, for the lazier, more alcoholically inclined of us who still want to go outside sort of, patio beers. There’s nothing like having a seat on your favorite bar’s patio mid-summer and watching

With humankind’s unfaltering penchant for being the very mostest most that can possibly be mosted, it only makes sense that we’ve created multiple organizations for keeping track of the world’s “best-ofs”––from the herculean, to the ridiculous to the patently disgusting. Those who aspire to such mosty greatness will have an

One and Done True to his bluesy style, Steve Schecter, aka Ghostwriter, borrows his touring philosophy from a stranger down in Birmingham, Alabama––a man who asked the one-man band about going on the road as a solo act. “I said, ‘Oh, I don’t have any friends I like to travel

I’m Ready for My Close-up Mr. Schneider Chuck Close is widely considered one of the greatest living artists in the world, having so permeated contemporary art culture that anyone who has taken a junior high or high school art class probably had an assignment to mimic one of his iconic

Monthly queer and ally night, Inside Out, kicks off at The Rocky Tonk Saloon in June Crucial to the very idea of community (and certainly to a thriving one) is a gathering place to bond with the tribe. While many groups throughout the Rogue Valley have defined turf for bonding,