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Histories and mysteries

The typewriter song and other stories

In this article, the third in a four-part series about the Ashland City Band, you will read about the concert where a typewriter was an instrument in the City ...

Meet the conductors

In this article, the first of four parts, you will meet three musicians who between them have 164 years in the Ashland City Band. Its roots go back to 1876, an...

“We Are Here:” the move to SOU library

Fourth of five parts "We Are Here" is a sculpture (also called a prayer pole) that honors the First Nations of the Rogue Valley. In the previous three arti...

’We Are Here’

First of five parts "This is about healing." — Grandma Aggie "We Are Here" is an 20-foot-tall public art sculpture in Ashland that honors the First Nation...

Painted utility boxes brighten our town

Have you noticed the bright, colorful utility boxes around town? I love the way these plain metal boxes have been transformed into colorful works of art. You ca...

Rio Amistad

Ashland residents have donated public art to the city since at least 1910, but Ashland did not have a formal public art program until 2002, when the Public Arts...

Christman

"Making an impact that continues to resonate with people long after I am gone, I feel like that's the highest calling I can think of for what I do. "- Kevin Chr...

Oddities & Wonders: A multitude of marvels

If you've been on the Ashland Central Bike Path just east of Walker Avenue you cannot have missed this fascinating place. The fence that lines the path here has...