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Music News (2/6 – 2/12)

Music News (2/6 – 2/12)

    Neil Young to induct Tom Waits into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame On March 17, Neil Young will deliver the speech officially entering Tom Waits into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Waits has released 23 albums since 1973, running the musical gamut from blues and rock to jazz and vaudeville.  […]

Music news (1/30 – 2/5)

Music news (1/30 – 2/5)

            The White Stripes call it quits Jack and Meg White announced Feb. 2 that they “will make no further new recordings or perform live.” Dispelling rumors of in-fighting and health problems, the White Stripes issued a press release on their website saying they wish “to preserve what is beautiful […]

Trash audit raises recycling awareness

Trash audit raises recycling awareness

        The Stevenson Union courtyard was a peaceful place to be Thursday afternoon.  With blue skies overhead and warm temperatures, there was little that could scar such a gorgeous day – except perhaps for the rancid smell and ugly sight of dozens of opened bags of garbage. “We’re trying to see how […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

See our photo gallery below for images from Monday’s MLK Day celebration at the Ashland Armory. Photos by Lenny Holland/The Siskiyou.

Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Images from Monday’s MLK Day celebration at the Ashland Armory. Photos by Lenny Holland/The Siskiyou.

Vagabond Opera shows their vaudeville prowess

Vagabond Opera shows their vaudeville prowess

    Vagabond Opera brought their eccentric stage show to Ashland last Friday, playing to a packed house at CultureWorks. The “Bohemian Cabaret” ensemble played for over two hours, singing in a variety of languages and playing a variety of musical genres.  The Portland-based group has been to Ashland before, a fact that was evident […]

Built to Spill brings their energy to the Ashland Armory

Built to Spill brings their energy to the Ashland Armory

Built to Spill will be bringing their unique sound to the Ashland Armory this Thursday. Known for their amazing live performances which include much improvisation and well-selected cover songs, the Boise-based band have been honing their live show for over 15 years. Led by Doug Martsch on vocals and guitar, Built to Spill have been […]

Vagabond Opera comes to Ashland

Vagabond Opera comes to Ashland

Classifying themselves as a “Bohemian Cabaret” ensemble, Vagabond Opera will be bringing their stunning stage show to Culture Works, 310 Oak St., at 9 p.m. this Friday. Begun in 2002 by classically-trained operatic tenor Eric Stern, the group defies definition by blending jazz, swing, folk-punk and klezmer.  They have been performing across the U.S., appearing […]

“Silent Resonance” on display in Retzlaff Gallery

Tiffany Hokanson’s collection of mixed-media abstract art is now on display in the Retzlaff Gallery in Southern Oregon University’s Art Building. The show is entitled “Silent Resonance,” a name she calls a “paradox.” Judging from the reaction of those attending the opening reception last Thursday, her art is resonating with viewers very well. “I love […]

Robert Langdon returns in “The Lost Symbol”

Robert Langdon returns in “The Lost Symbol”

Robert Langdon is back, along with his never-ending knowledge of secret societies, architecture, art history, symbology and dead languages.  (Okay, he was actually back last year in Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol,” but as of last month he’s been available in paperback.) As with Brown’s other books involving Langdon, “Angels and Demons” and “The Da […]

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