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Shayne Looper More Content Now One of the chief difficulties people (skeptics, seekers and believers) have with Christianity is the idea that it doesn’t belong to this world, that religion and reality don’t intersect. It’s assumed that religion is a kind of fantasy world that some people choose to frequent, and a few get lost in it, like Trekkies at Comic-Con. Most, though, get into it on Sundays but get back to real life on Monday morning. Sensible...

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TIP OF THE WEEK It’s the same story every year — kids return to school, temperatures drop, summer vacation becomes a fading memory and the local farmers market closes. While you may spend winter longing for the return...

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's announcement that it has commissioned playwrights to render 39 of Shakespeare's plays into more modern English has predictably ignited a debate whose ferocity is perhaps exceeded only by the "who wrote...

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Language is key to the Bard Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch was simulcast from the National Theater in London on Thursday night, and the Tinseltown Theater was packed with Shakespeare aficionados, I among them. During the...

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The city of Ashland has set a "listening session" to gather information and comments about the situation with transients in downtown areas, which reportedly has increased through the summer. Most of the people lingering in the Plaza area...

Updated Oct 19, 2015 at 8:34 PM

The City Council will be addressing issues involving downtown behavior at a series of meetings in the next month. Everyone has the right to feel safe, regardless of who they are, and every Ashland business should have the opportunity to succeed...

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The city of Ashland became a non-voting municipal member of the Ashland Amigo Club this year, paying $2,000 a year in membership fees to help support Amigo Club activities, especially those related to the annual Fourth of July visits to Ashland...

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