Home » Archives by category » Entertainment » Nightlife (Page 3)

“That Takes Ovaries” set for next Wednesday

The Southern Oregon University Women’s Resource Center will be putting on their annual “That Takes Ovaries” event from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. next Wednesday in the Bellview Grange in Ashland. Andrea Gibson, an award-winning poet and activist, will be performing for the first hour. After Gibson’s performance there will be an open mic, featuring […]

Vagina Monologues a success

Vagina Monologues a success

About 150 men, women and children crowded into Ashland’s Bellview Grange last weekend for Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center’s annual production of the Vagina Monologues, a global performance movement that seeks to address and abolish violence against women and girls through artistic means. Directed by Corrin Baker and Mary Vest, this year’s cast consisted […]

“Thursday’s a Drag” teaches tolerance through performance

For the second year in a row, Southern Oregon University’s Queer Resource Center will put on “Thursday’s a Drag,” this Thursday in the Diversions nightclub in the basement of the Stevenson Union at 7 p.m. The event is open to all, and admission is free. Catering services will provide snacks as well. According to Toby Stein, QRC […]

Athena in Velvet happening tonight

Press release courtesy of Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center. Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center presents Athena in Velvet: A Spring Celebration of Women and Creativity. This unique evening features intriguing dancers, human statues, and powerful, local female musicians. Performers include: burlesque troupe Speakeasy and the Silhouettes, single artist Tiger Lyn, and musical act […]

Umphrey’s McGee coming to the Historic Ashland Armory 3/21

“Umphrey’s McGee stand revealed as consummate musical alchemists, deftly reconfiguring sounds from rock’s vast panoply of styles.” (Entertainment Weekly). Fans who have followed Umphrey’s McGee for any period of time know that there are only two guarantees: you never know what you’re going to get, and Umphrey’s always delivers. How else can a band be […]

March music calendar

Monday, March 5 Gene Burnett, 7 – 10 p.m. @ Liquid Assets. Siskiyou Saxophone Orchestra, 7:30 p.m. @ SOU Music Recital Hall. Songwriter showcase w/Fretwell and Gordon, 8 – 11 p.m. @ The Wild Goose. The Paul Schmeling Trio w/Danielle Kelly, 8-11 p.m. @ Martino’s. The Robbie DaCosta Trio, 8:30 p.m. @ Alex’s.   Tuesday, […]

New Digital Music Production Group provides inspiration for music lovers, producers

Of the many services offered at Southern Oregon University, the newly established Digital Music Production Group is undeniably a revolutionary inspiration to music lovers and producers alike. The club held its first inaugural meeting in the SU Diversions on Monday evening, providing a variety of snacks, drinks and enthusiastic conversations regarding the music industry and […]

Diary of a Doorman: finally 86ing a psycho

Diary of a Doorman: finally 86ing a psycho

There are nights in the bar business that leave tired employees scratching their heads, murmuring “what the f**k,” and longing for the warmth and comfort of home, with that old worn-in couch and a stiff drink in hand. The kicker is, these feelings of frustration and bewilderment often come at the end of an otherwise uneventful […]

Local Music Calendar – February

Wednesday, Feb. 1 Gene Burnett’s themed open mic – “Love Songs,” 8 p.m. @ The Wild Goose. Open mic with Robbie DaCosta, Aaron Reed & Skyler Squglio, 9 p.m. @ Alex’s.   Thursday, Feb. 2 Robbie DaCosta, 8 p.m. @ The Wild Goose. Pink Slip, 8 p.m. @ Avalon Bar & Grill, $5.   Friday, […]

Live from Alex’s Americana music festival

Live from Alex’s Americana music festival

7:12- “When the music’s over…” The music is done. The cases are packed, the musicians finish the last drops of drinks while they pull on coats and hats, cords are rolled and amps unplugged. For a Sunday afternoon, the day was an undoubted success. Alex’s was packed with standing-room only, and the all-ages aspect of […]

Page 3 of 512345