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Fall a terrific time for hiking in Southern Oregon

THE OLYMPIAN - A late October hike along the stretch of the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail between Wolf Gap and Bear Gulch offers more than a testament to the fall colors of Southern Oregon.The oak leaves are now popping neon splashes of browns and rusty ...

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Come for the plays, stay for the city

BOSTON GLOBE - When the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s artistic director Bill Rauch isn’t curating seasons of classic and original theater, he’s on the Rogue River with his family, rafting.“There’s such a strong culture of outdoors: You can ...

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Meet the undiscovered wine country of your dreams

SUNSET MAGAZINE - Even serious enophiles describe Oregon wines with one word: Willamette. And one grape: Pinot Noir. It’s understandable. The Pinots produced in places like McMinn­ville and Dundee are among the very best in the world. But ano...

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LOS ANGELES TIMES - Salt needs pepper. Romeo needs Juliet. And your epic nature trip to Crater Lake might need a cultural detour.Enter Ashland, Ore., which sits in the bucolic Bear Creek Valley about 90 miles southwest of Crater Lake and 16 miles nor...

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72 Hours: Ashland

1859 MAGAZINE - From a distance, Ashland is a storybook town: a village cradled by steep forested slopes on one side and hills that change from green to tawny, to white and snowy on the other. The illusion doesn’t fade with proximity. Well-preserve...

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s New Groove

PORTLAND MONTHLY - With a new mash-up of Belinda Carlisle and Elizabethan drama, the festival struts into the spotlight of American theater.“See the people walking down the street Fall in line just watching all their feet They don’t know where th...

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The Perfect Autumn Getaway

SUNSET MAGAZINE - Early autumn in Ashland may be the best time of year to visit the southern Oregon town: The leaves are turning, and this year, its legendary Shakespeare fest is as lively as ever. We sent writer Christopher Hall to check it out. Her...

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COMPETITOR RUNNING - Bordered by emerald landscape just 15 miles north of the California border sits Ashland, a quaint Renaissance-esque stop best known for Shakespeare, good grub and trail running.“From town or anywhere along our 5-mile corridor y...

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A Taste for Lunch in Ashland, Ore.

THE NEW YORK TIMES - On a recent summer afternoon, it was a busy scene outside the Ashland Food Co-op, where the lunch menu is the biggest draw. On a small triangle of grass a barefooted young woman in a grass skirt did a rather frantic and awkward h...

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Only Hours From Napa, But a World Away

THE NEW YORK TIMES - While Napa Valley and Sonoma are renowned for their world-class wines, tasting trips there generally come attached to luxurious digs, spa treatments, $25 tasting fees, Hummer limos and standstill traffic — and all the “no pic...

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