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THE OREGONIAN — Ashland isn’t big like Portland, but it does have about 100 unique places to eat, from hole-in-the-walls where waitresses don’t judge a beer-chased breakfast to one-of-a-kind culinary experiences ripe for Instagram boasting.Oreg...

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THE OREGONIAN — Sit down. Open a book or daydream. And take your sweet time at one of Ashland’s independently owned coffeehouses, where caffeinated beverages are served without the hustle and bustle of a crowded chain. These five celebrated ...

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THE OREGONIAN — Innkeepers with only a handful of rooms get to know everyone staying under their roof. In a small city like Ashland, they also make a point to know all the downtown businesses, which lets them guide guests who are serious foodies to...

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THE OREGONIAN — Why is arts-centered Ashland so appealing to visitors? It was designed that way.Ashland’s founders figured out quickly in the 1850s that this tiny southern Oregon settlement, on the emigrant trail and sheltered by the picturesque ...

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THE OREGONIAN — As you hike along the twists and turns of the snaking trails just outside of Ashland – perhaps while on the White Rabbit Trail, at the junction with the Cheshire Cat Loop – you might begin to detect a theme. The area is off...

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Your guide to Southern Oregon wine country

THE OREGONIAN — Southern Oregon is a red-hot wine region as people wise up to the fact that quality wine is being made there. If you enjoy stunning scenery, good food and compelling wines, here is a road map for your next wine getaway. Ashland...

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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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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...

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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 ...

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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...

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