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The Oregon Fringe Festival Announces 2022 Festival Dates! Mark your calendars! The Oregon Fringe Festival is thrilled to announce that this year’s festival will take place Wednesday, April 27 – Sunday, May 1, 2022. After a long break of gathering in person to enjoy live performances, the Oregon Fringe Festival

The Oregon Cabaret Theatre Announces Its 2022 Season   The Oregon Cabaret Theatre has announced its 37th season, including an expansion to a sixth show in 2022, White Christmas, to be performed at the Thomas Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.   The first show of the Cabaret’s 2022 season,

The 2022 Oregon Fringe Festival Application Deadline is December 27! The deadline to apply and present creative work at the 2022 Oregon Fringe Festival is Monday, December 27, 2021. Students, local artists, national artists, and international artists are ALL encouraged to apply! Our roster includes music, theatre, visual art exhibitions,

The 2022 Oregon Fringe Festival Application is LIVE! Students, local artists, national artists, and international artists are ALL encouraged to apply! Our roster includes music, theatre, visual art exhibitions, film, physical theatre, dance, circus, spoken word, and MORE! This is a fantastic opportunity to present something to a fun 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

Picture downtown Ashland. Go on, try it. If your image involves cigarette smoke, panhandlers, and buskers on the sidewalks, you’re not alone. But as of this month, the image may no longer be accurate. Earlier this year, the Ashland City Council voted to increase police presence in the downtown to

Interview by Ryan Degan In an ongoing series the Rogue Valley Messenger meets with public officials throughout Southern Oregon. This week we sat down with Ashland Police Chief Tighe O’Meara and discussed his new and progressive plans for APD’s future. Since joining APD in 2010, Chief O’Meara has served as Patrol Sergeant, Detective