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October 10/17/20 – Daniel Nickels Indie Rock / Pop 5:00 pm Saturday StoneRiver Winery, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 10/24/20 – Mercy Duo, featuring Lynda Day Soul / Rhythm & Blues / Pop 5:00 pm Saturday StoneRiver Winery, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 10/25/20 – Taurie Michele Indie

Exciting news!!! We are hosting a special, five course, Farm-to-Table Dinner featuring Fry Family Farm, accompanied by special paired, house-made cocktails. Don’t miss out! Check out the menu at https://tapandvine559.com/contact/special-event/ $75 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance, seating is very limited. 21 & over only Call (541) 500-1632 to

The Janus Concert Series presents NEW DIRECTIONS IN JAZZ (PT. II): Thor Polson (piano), Dave Miller (bass), and Theresa McCoy (drums) will perform a concert of original music by Thor Polson on Saturday, September 5th at La Baguette Music Café (340 A Street in Ashland) from 7:00 to 8:30 and

8/09/20 – Dennis Mertens Classic Rock / Pop  5:00 pm Sunday Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677

8/09/20 – Dennis Mertens Rock / Pop 5:00 pm Sunday Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677 8/15/20 – Carla Bauer Light Rock / Pop 3:00 pm Saturday Aurora Vines, 2287 Pioneer Rd, Talent, OR (541) 897-0592**Reservations required for seating due to Covid requirements and limited space. 8/15/20

September 9/20/20 – Buddy Paprock (Smoke Permitting)           Light Rock /Pop                              5:00 pm Sunday     Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677   9/27/20 – Daniel Nickels                  Indie Rock / Pop                 5:00 pm Sunday                     Walkabout Brewing Co., 921 Mason Way, Medford, (541) 734-4677   August 8/01/20 – Robbie DaCosta

After a couple rather punishing decades, with sugary and boozy drinks like Long Island Iced Teas and coyly named ones like Sex on the Beach and Slippery Nipples, where often the function of simply getting drunk overrode the drink’s form and fashion, the cocktail has made a steady comeback since

“We’re making whiskey aged in Oregon oak, made with Oregon barley, I don’t know of anyone else doing that” says Immortal Spirits owner, Jesse Gallagher. “Casks are pretty hard to get ahold of, mostly we use re coopered wine barrels that are given this heavy charcoal called Alligator skin.” Their

While many bars tote “local ingredients,” it’s rare that a cocktail is made exclusively with them. Luckily, Southern Oregon has such a plethora of local food producers that it is actually possible. All it takes is a little innovation, minor tweaking and a little bit of extra time. For the

Gin Martini Larks at the Inn at the Commons   A golden anniversary hotspot like this must have a good cocktail. The martini is the sure way to go because you can’t honestly claim that you’ve never dreamt of dressing up as James Bond and ironically ordering his trademark drink.