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“My Darling Lenny”: A Celebration Of Life For Lenny Holland

“My Darling Lenny”: A Celebration Of Life For Lenny Holland

My Darling Lenny  As many of you know Lenny Holland passed away on Monday May 28th. I am extremely sorry to you all for this great loss of a wonderful man. Lenny Holland was a compassionate man with a magnificent heart and soul. Because of this he captured my heart forever. When he asked me […]

Friendship and Loss: Remembering Lenny Holland

Friendship and Loss: Remembering Lenny Holland

We all lose something special just when we need it most. Friendship is among these. We have a disagreement, someone moves away; we just lose touch or simply don’t make the effort to maintain the connection. Usually this friendship wasn’t a strong, bonded friendship to begin with. Although sad, this type of loss can be […]

Singer Etta James dead at 73

Singer Etta James dead at 73

Etta James, the sultry-voiced singer who crossed the bridges between jazz, blues, gospel and R&B flawlessly, died today at age 73 from complications brought on by her battle with leukemia.James had been battling the disease for many years, and had been in poor health recently. The singer led a turbulent life, filled with periods of drug […]

Music News (10/3-10/9)

Music News (10/3-10/9)

Gorillaz will release best-of compilation The Damon Albarn-fronted band will be releasing a 15-track compilation of singles, videos and remixes to celebrate the band’s 10th anniversary. Tentatively titled “The Singles Collection,” the album will arrive Nov. 29 and will be available on CD, DVD, vinyl and a limited-edition 7” box set. Portishead return to the […]

Diary of a Doorman

Most nights in the doorman/bar business are passive and predictable. You stand at the door, take the money and check IDs. It’s not rocket science. You deal with the random transient and underage schemer, and take it all in stride. Occasionally you have to manhandle some douchebag who thinks he can push around his girlfriend, […]

Marijuana dispensery opens in Ashland

Members of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program now have a new resource in Ashland for medical marijuana. The Greenery, which opened April 20, is located at 1746 Ashland St. The non-profit business offers free membership, free classes, discounted therapeutic services and on-site medicine. The Greenery does not have doctors that can issue OMMP cards, but […]

Ashland City Council approves utilities extension

The Ashland City Council approved a plan last Tuesday to extend water and sewer lines beyond the urban growth boundary to the site of a proposed rest area near Exit 19 and the Oak Knoll neighborhood. The plan includes a welcome center, as well as the rest area, to be built close to Exit 19 […]

Music News (4/18-4/24)

Music News (4/18-4/24)

Rage Against the Machine to tour again In an interview from last year, RATM’s frontman Zack de la Rocha indicated the band would tour the “northern hemisphere,” and work on releasing a new album this summer. The band is playing a show on July 30, in Los Angeles, with Rise Against and Muse.     […]

Music News (4/11-4/17)

Music News (4/11-4/17)

Thanks to the amount of outstanding work from my excellent writers last week, and limited space to work with, my Music News column from last week was bumped. But, it can always be found online at siskiyou.sou.edu, whether I print it or not (as can a couple more articles that I didn’t have room for […]

SU Gallery showing Jalbert exhibit

SU Gallery showing Jalbert exhibit

“Notations From Nature,” a show displaying the photographic art of Josh Jalbert, is now on display in the SU Gallery, upstairs in the Stevenson Union. Jalbert, a former professor of photography at Southern Oregon University, uses a unique process in forming his art: Instead of using film in his camera, he uses paper. “I wanted […]

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