May 26, 2024

cat rescue

Catty Corner

Catty Corner: What makes these cats special?

Catty Corner: Cats with special needs often go overlooked by potential adopters, but they are special for so many reasons — and may not be as much work as you think. Learn what you need to know before adopting a special-needs cat, and meet two beautiful cats looking for their forever homes.

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Catty Corner

Catty Corner: The Queen of Cat Rescue

This week, Catty Corner spends a day in the life of a local cat rescuer. Learn about the cold, the waiting, the savvy ferals … and the rewards. And stay tuned for adoptable cats, coming soon from The Crowned Cat and Friends of the Animals adoption events.

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Let’s talk: Collaborative conversation coaching order of the first Law Day

Local high school students relished their deep dive into navigating some of the thorniest political issues of our time at the first-ever Southern Oregon Law Day on Thursday at Southern Oregon University. The half-day event, held at Stevenson Union on the SOU campus, featured a number of experts in their respective fields, as well as opening remarks by Rep. Pam Marsh, D-Ashland, and closing remarks by Sen. Jeff Golden, D-Ashland.

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OSF veteran depicts an actor’s haunting life in new novel

“Harriman’s Ghost” tells side-by-side stories of the life of the fictional Ben Harriman, a revered film and television star, and Janet Cooper, ghost writer of Harriman’s official biography. In “Harriman’s Ghost,” she is goaded into writing another book that unveils the truth about the actor’s troubled life.

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‘Beautiful Music in the Park’ returns Saturday for its next season

True to its name, the nonprofit organization Beautiful Music in the Park will bring, well, beautiful music to Lithia Park again this year, the second season for the program founded by longtime park cello busker Daniel Sperry, starting Saturday, May 25. The piano quintet “Friends of Flare” is set to play from 11 a.m. to noon on the small field past the lower duck pond, affectionately nicknamed the “cello lawn” after Sperry’s frequent busks.

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