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Caballito Negro and Left Edge Percussion perform The Stone Tapestry, Jeff Herriott’s epic, shape-shifting work for flute and percussion soloists with percussion quartet. The Stone Tapestry weaves together myths about origins, lifecycles, and the significance of change. Composed for flute and percussion soloists and percussion quartet, employing a myriad of flutes, percussion, electronics, and video, the

Ashland New Plays Announces Fall Festival Virtual Lineup Tickets are now available for Ashland New Plays Festival’s annual flagship Fall Festival running October 20 through 24. The week will feature four livestream readings of the winning plays by Thomas Brandon, Meghan Brown, Andrew Lee Creech, and TyLie Shider, as well

ASHLAND INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL FILM With the 32nd ANNUAL WORLD FILM WEEK(s), AIFF presents two weeks of international films online in September, including an outdoor screening in Lithia Park The Ashland Independent Film Festival is pleased to announce an exciting selection of international films for the 32nd annual

Singer-songwriter Yelena Valerievna invites you to an evening songs that capture the human experience, exploring themes of love, growth, wonder, and hope. Original music written by Yelena and also by women who have inspired her, among them Joni Mitchell, Sandy Denny and others. Black Sheep Pub and Restaurant, Ashland.

Join us for the Ashland Folk Collective’s Summer Series at Fry Family Farm. Created by musicians the AFC focuses on bringing original music to the valley created by ultra talented Nationally touring musical acts paired with local openers. For more info on the artists go to www.ashlandfolkcollective.com Grab tickets in

2021 Summer Music and Workshop Series: Fire Preparedness Workshop Fire Workshop and Fun at Dunn Ranch Center for Food and Agriculture Thursday, July 1, 4pm-6pm at Dunn Ranch Center for Food and Agriculture   Ashland, Oregon – The 2021 Summer Music and Workshop Series — Fire Preparedness with KS Wild and

The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Article 25 specifies that, “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services.” Article 19

Challenger for Council, City of Ashland In a three way race for City of Ashland City Council Position Number 3, three is definitively company. As part of our continued coverage leading up to local elections, we caught up with Martin Kamenski, who is challenging councilmember Greg Lemhouse.    Rogue Valley

Incumbent Councilmember, City of Ashland Greg Lemhouse is a two-term city council member, and now he has two challengers vying for his seat. What gives? As part of our continued coverage leading up to local elections, we caught up with councilor Lemhouse. More interviews are available at our website, RogueValleyMessenger.com.

In our last issue, we published a profile of Ashland’s incumbent mayor. In this issue, we catch up with current City Councilmember and mayoral challenger Carol Voisin. Rogue Valley Messenger: After eight years as a council member, what do you feel is your biggest achievement so far? Carol Voisin: My