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Annual Beef ‘N’ Brew Offers Winning Combination for Ranchers, Businesses

Not every good idea gains traction, but the concept cattlewoman Cathy Tobin brought to the city’s Downtown Business Association seven years ago turned out to be one people would sink their teeth into. Literally. The annual Beef ‘n’ Brew, scheduled… Continue Reading

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OSF’s ‘Fingersmith’ An Inspiring Overseas Collaboration

Another season of innovative storytelling is underway on three stages to the north, heralding the eighth decade of theatrical excellence at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF). Shakespeare fans will enjoy excellent productions of the comedic “Much Ado About Nothing” (read… Continue Reading

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Community Advocate Known for High-End Custom Guitars

Jason Schroeder unlocks the door of his south Redding guitar workshop and steps into the unassuming, sunlit space. He’s just come from a meeting with businessmen Ed Rullman and Mike Dahl – wearing his “community advocacy hat” – but switches… Continue Reading

Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s New Building Quite a Production

ASHLAND, Ore.—‘Tis the season once again at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, our first-class theatrical neighbor some 140 miles north of Redding. As always, a mix of freshly interpreted classics by the Bard, original scripts and other dramas and comedies are… Continue Reading