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Ashland Folk Collective begins a new era

A concert Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Ashland was a landmark night for local fans of folk music. The show, featuring the Michal Palzewicz Trio and world music band Malinka, was the last to be promoted by Ashland Folk Collective founders Jacqui Aubert and Dan Sherrill before they move to the Philadelphia area.

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Ashland acupuncturist to speak about his experiences volunteering in Ukraine

For Ashland acupuncturist Ben Stott, the war in Ukraine is a conflict where the heroes include a cadre of volunteers aiding and comforting civilians whose lives have been devastated. Stott will speak about his time there and present photos and video of his work from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, at Havurah Shir Hadash, 185 N. Mountain Ave., Ashland.

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Ashland New Plays Festival to offer plays in March, April

Two of the six new plays that will be offered this year by the Ashland New Plays Festival will be performed in March and April in advance of the traditional fall season. New works by Lisa Loomer and Carlos-Zenen Trujillo will be given workshop readings at the Southern Oregon University Main Stage Theatre.

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Rogue Valley Times hires publisher from Long Beach

The Rogue Valley Times has filled two important roles with the hiring of a publisher and an advertising sales manager. Long Beach Post publisher David Sommers will take the helm as the first publisher of the Times, while Cheryl McKenzie, a former advertising executive with the former Mail Tribune, will build the ad department “from the ground up.”

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