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10 Pacific Northwest events worth traveling to in 2019

THE OREGONIAN — #1 Oregon Shakespeare Festival, March 1 to Oct. 27 — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is one of the Pacific Northwest’s greatest cultural institutions, but in recent years it’s been hampered by the increasing effects ...

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THRILLIST — We’ll be frank: Oregon is massive. So massive, in fact, that it would take you about nine hours by car to go from the eastern Wallowa Mountains to the Pacific coastline. Along the way, you’ll find everything from active volcanos tha...

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PBS NEWSHOUR — A remote area of the Pacific Northwest might not sound like a top theater destination. But as Jeffrey Brown reports, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival has sparked a wave of creative and economic growth in rural Ashland. One of the coun...

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Forbes' primer on Rogue Wine Country

FORBES — Growing conditions have long been vastly different in Southern and Northern Oregon. While the Willamette Valley, outside of Portland, is home to classic Pinot Noirs, delicate Chardonnays and Pinot Gris, the southern region is home to a hug...

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Why This Oregon Town Could Be the Next Napa

VOGUE — Writing about my hometown might offer a skewed perspective: the places I recommend are brighter in my mind because they were the settings for teenage first dates and declarations of independence. But in recent years, the town where I g...

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The 10 Best National Parks in the U.S.

TIME — This tranquil Oregon lake, famed for the clarity and color of its water, conceals a violent past. About 7,700 years ago Mount Mazama violently erupted—blowing its top off, collapsing in on itself and forming a steep-sided caldera, which we...

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WILLAMETTE WEEK — In sunny Southern Oregon, the reigning Iron Chef Oregon is doing things you can't do in Portland. Everyone dreams of "going rogue" and leaving their day job for something unconventional. Joshua Dorcak took the risk. Dorcak is...

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE — The rugged, heavily forested Rogue Valley, surrounding the cities of Medford and Ashland in southern Oregon, is very much a frontier wine region. It’s a place where young winemakers with relatively little capital can dig...

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The pint’s the thing

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE — Charting a course through Ashland's best brewpups. Ashland may not have anywhere near as many breweries as its eastern neighbor Bend, but what the town lacks in beer diversity it makes up for in density. There are mor...

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NEW YORK TIMES — The reason I’d come to the Rogue River area is because it’s thriving — even in the off-season.Columnist, Jada Yuan, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2018 list. This dispatch brings her to the Rogue ...

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