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August 08/01/21 – Carla Bauer                                                                 Light Rock / Pop                              3:00 pm Sunday                                                           Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677 08/07/21 – Wild & Blue                                                                Folk / Gospel / Light Rock            5:00 pm Saturday                                                        StoneRiver Vineyard, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 08/08/21 – JustaDuo                                                                   

Steve Shine (vocals, guitar, and aerophone trumpet), Mike Fitch, drums, and Dave Miller (bass) play vintage and modern jazz, latin, New Orleans, and Grateful Dead

In his 5th year as a member of the Art du Jour Gallery co-operative, Roy Musitelli offers “Past Forward” as his theme for the July 2021 feature artist exhibit. “I’ve made considerable effort to shed the former photographer label in this setting, largely because I’ve been draw- ing much longer

• 6/11 – FRI. – BELLE FIORE WINERY (955 Dead Indian Memorial Rd., outside Ashland), 5:30 – 7:30pm • 6/13 – SUN. – DAISY CREEK VINEYARD (675 Shafer Ln., J’ville), 1:30 – 4:30pm • 6/16 – WEDS. – SOUTH STAGE CELLARS (125 S. 3rd St., J’ville), 6 – 8pm • 6/19 – SAT.

05/23/21 – Taurie Michele                                                           Indie Rock / Pop                              3:00 pm Sunday                                               Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677 05/29/21 – Wild & Blue (Debut)                                                 Folk / Light Rock                            5:00 pm Saturday                                            StoneRiver Vineyard, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 05/30/21 – Josh Capehart                                                             Indie Rock / Pop                              3:00

Bloomin’ Beautiful: Watercolors by Charlotte Peterson IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY Charlotte Peterson illustrates her passion and skill for watercolor in these delightful paintings depicting flourishing nature scenes. These paintings are both serene and exciting, inviting you to explore and enjoy. Image shown: Charlotte Peterson, Three Pink Ladies, watercolor

Last week, Medford City Council presented the proposal for an exclusionary zone in downtown. The idea is that certain persons should be booted—or excluded—from the center of town. Already, someone who violates local laws and ordinances—like sleeping in the park—can be kicked out of the city park for 180 days.

Rogue Valley Messenger: Your “calling card” issue for this campaign has publicly been said to be banning marijuana grows. Why are you opposed? Ruth Moncus: Family and children. Look, we need to consider our own children in this election cycle and what future we want for our families. Many people already

In our last issue, we ran Q&A with several of the candidates for city council in Medford. We tried to contact all of the candidates, but only some responded. The email listed for Nick Lancaster, candidate for Medford City Council, Ward 2, was incorrect and he did not receive the

Rogue Valley Messenger: What is your “calling card” issue for this campaign? Michelle Blum Atkinson: Public safety is the most important aspect of government. I think it would be great if Medford were known as the “safest city in America.” By setting robust goals, we have something to work towards.