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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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America’s Best Small Towns

Nothing embodies classic Americana quite like small towns. For the second year in a row, we've compiled a list that highlights some of the best places in the country you don't hear about every day. This year, we've focused on destinations with popula...

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15 Fantastic U.S. bike trails

USA TODAY - One of the more leisurely trails you'll find on the west coast, Bear Creek boasts 26 miles of paved trails surrounded by serene meadows and emerald forests. Beginning in the quaint town of Ashland (considered a hidden treasure for bike en...

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As You Like It — The Culture of Ashland, Oregon

TRAVEL + LEISURE — Long known for its Tony Award—winning Shakespeare Festival and laid-back hippie vibe, Ashland, Oregon, now has a new element of sophistication.Every year from February through October, 100,000 visitors descend upon Ashland, Ore...

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