Acclaimed Artist’s Work Spans from Argentina to America: ‘Art Saved My Life’

As the curator of  O Street Gallery, I have the pleasure of finding  artistic treasure to exhibit. Sometimes, the treasure finds me. Meet Rosa Fabrello Moore, one of O Street Gallery’s artists featured in the September 21 – January 9 exhibit.… Continue Reading


‘Tough by Nature: Portraits of Cowgirls and Ranch Women of the American West’ – Turtle Bay Exhibits Renowned Eugene Artist’s Work

“I undertook this project because the character of these women is right there on the surface, more so than somebody who’s got layers and layers of urban culture.” – Lynda Lanker, artist Continue Reading


Soul Food – So Good

Soul food was on Saturday’s menu at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center where hundreds of people came to honor Isaac Lowe, an 87-year-old Redding civil rights leader. Soul food. In Redding. If you consider that by some statistics, African… Continue Reading


Storm story
by Celeste White

Growing up in Kansas City, without mountains, ocean or wilderness, I developed a fondness for the raging thunderstorms that lit up the Midwestern skies. So when I moved to Redding, I was disappointed to learn that the rains took place in the winter, when the absence of extreme temperature clashes meant very little violent weather. Boring storms, in other words. Continue Reading