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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 […]

Beats Antique bring their eclectic show to the Historic Ashland Armory

Beats Antique bring their eclectic show to the Historic Ashland Armory

The ever-intriguing trio known as Beats Antique will be bringing their unique blend of music and performance art to the Historic Ashland Armory Tuesday, Jan. 23. The doors open at 8 p.m. with the opening act, Filastine, beginning at 9 p.m. The following biography of the band was provided courtesy of Sacks and Co. and […]

Local Music Calendar, Jan. 19 – 31.

Thursday, Jan. 19 Mark Tuttle (celtic violin), 6 – 8 p.m. @ The Playwright. Gayle Wilson, Donna Bishop, and Gary Creek, 8 p.m. @ The Wild Goose. Spotlight on the USO, 8 p.m. @ Camelot Theatre, ticket info, 535-5250. Scoggin – Vannice Quartet, 8 p.m. @ Avalon Bar & Grill, $5. Tyler Fortier, 9 p.m. […]

Diary of a doorman

One of the most amusing (and sometimes the most frustrating) occurrences a doorman can experience is the rationale of the drunken mind. I don’t think I’m going out on a limb by saying that the majority of the people reading this have probably been drunk at one time or another (you naughty, naughty monkeys) and […]

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, […]

Athena in Velvet: a celebration of chocolate, wine and the feminine divine

Community members gathered in a celebration of chocolate, wine and feminine divine at Ashland’s CultureWorks, May 20. Athena in Velvet is an event sponsored and organized by Southern Oregon University’s Women’s Resource Center to encourage and support women’s creativity and to celebrate like a goddess. People indulged themselves in vast amounts of chocolate, while enjoying […]

Maceo Parker funks up the Ashland Armory

Maceo Parker funks up the Ashland Armory

Hawaii Club luau is fun for all ages

Hawaii Club luau is fun for all ages

Southern Oregon University’s Ho’opa’a Hawaii Club celebrated their 15th annual luau on Saturday, April 30, at the McNeal Pavilion. The theme of this year’s event was Kulia I Ka Nu’u, which translates to “Strive for the Highest.” The evening began with music and a traditional dinner including Kahula Pig, Shoyu Chicken and Haupia for dessert. […]

Battle of the Bands coming to the Britt Ballroom

Southern Oregon University’s KSOC radio will be giving students a chance to get tuned up Friday, May 6, in the Britt Ballroom. At least 13 musical performances have been signed up to hold down the stage at this year’s Battle of the Bands, which begins at 7 p.m., has free admittance, and is open to […]

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