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Gerry Frank's picks: Dining and lodging in Ashland

THE OREGONIAN - With an ideal location two blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, you'll conveniently find the long-standing Winchester Inn (35 S. Second St., Ashland; 541-488-1113, 800-972-4991; winchesterinn.com) and its beautiful tiered gard...
THE OREGONIAN - In 1935, the city of Ashland loaned a local teacher $400 to stage two of Shakespeare’s plays inside a dilapidated theater in town. By the end of the decade, the new Oregon Shakespeare Festival was nationally known, and the southern ...

The best I-5 pit stops in Oregon

THE OREGONIAN - Whether you’ve driven Interstate 5 countless times, or are just getting to learn the sprawling freeway, it has a lot more to offer than a paved pathway along the West Coast.Local restaurants, interesting attractions and all-importan...

12 places to see fall color in Oregon

THE OREGONIAN - 10. Lithia Park: The 93 acres of forested canyonland in downtown Ashland's Lithia Park is a fall color wonderland, intermixing local deciduous trees with ones unfamiliar to Oregon forests, like European beech, Japanese snowb...
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