Kathy Wing

Author's details

Name: Kathy Wing
Date registered: April 27, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Is Your Favorite Store Naughty or Nice? — November 24, 2014
  2. Consumer Reports: Great Tech Toys — November 11, 2014
  3. Out & About: Hay Maze — September 5, 2013
  4. “Sisters in Arms” Meet for Tea — August 22, 2013
  5. Out & About: Film Fest and Airplanes — August 15, 2013

Most commented posts

Author's posts listings

Out & About: Rock of Ages and Weddings

MEDFORD, Ore. — This weekend, a hit Broadway musical is bringing back the big sounds and big hair of the 1980’s and everything you need to plan the perfect wedding is all under one roof. Rock of Ages Craterian Theater Pull on those leg warmers, turn up the boombox and shake loose that mullet. Everything … Continue reading »

Out & About: ScienceWorks and Camelot

ASHLAND, Ore. — From the arts to the sciences, there is a little of everything going on this weekend. It’s the classic tale of music, love and life on Broadway. Camelot Theatre in Talent is extending the run of its current musical production of “42 Street”. This Tony-award winning musical is the quintessential celebration of … Continue reading »

Out & About: Christmas Lights

MEDFORD, Ore. — A well-known group of performers is once again making a stop in southern Oregon for the holidays. “A Celtic Christmas” is returning to Medford’s Craterian Theater. This popular holiday show will transport you from Southern Oregon to a remote cottage in the west of Ireland. A world-class ensemble of performers bring a … Continue reading »

Out & About: Christmas Cheer

MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s a mix of holiday traditions, both old and new this weekend, from a Victorian Christmas, to a brand new parade, here are some of the events going on in our area. Harry & David Country Village Before making that long trip around the world, Santa and his reindeer are making a … Continue reading »

Governor Declares Day for Dogs

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Dogs for the Deaf is having its day, so says the governor of the state of Oregon. In recognition of 35 years of service, Governor John Kitzhaber issued a proclamation making December 3rd officially Dogs For The Deaf Day. To celebrate, Dogs for the Deaf held an open house. It was … Continue reading »

Out & About: Christmas Celebrations

The Medford Armory is transformed into a winter wonderland this weekend and characters from last year’s hit show at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre are reuniting with a new show featuring some classic holiday songs. Cabaret Theatre The marvelous Wonderettes, featured in last summer’s hit show at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre, are back with a show … Continue reading »

Local Children Express Their Dreams

ASHLAND, Ore. – Children who live at the Salvation Army Hope House, transitional facility for those facing homelessness, were asked to capture their hopes and dreams on film. Thursday night, those hopes and dreams were unveiled to the public. 15 children, ages 5 to 13, were given a special photo lesson in September. Then they … Continue reading »

Britt Festival Buys Property

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. – The Britt Festival has announced it will buy two new properties in Jacksonville. The festival has been hoping to buy the properties if they ever became available. Plans are to use the space to add parking for music-going patrons. Right now, the properties are zoned as residential. The Britt Fest will have … Continue reading »

Out & About: Oktoberfest

October is still a few days away, but that’s not stopping some local celebrations. Fall is in the air and so are Oktoberfest celebrations, and critically acclaimed films from around the world are taking to Ashland movie screens. Oktoberfest, Frau Kemmling Schoolhaus Brewhaus On Saturday, taste a slice of Germany at the 5th annual Oktoberfest at … Continue reading »

Out & About: September 14-16, 2012

Spotlight on Linda Ronstadt She is known as the “Queen Of Rock” and now her life and trailblazing musical career is in the spotlight. The Camelot Theatre Company in Talent presents “Spotlight On Linda Ronstadt”. From rock to country to Broadway and jazz, the versatile singer’s smoky voice haunted fans for decades. Now Laurelia Derocher … Continue reading »

Older posts «

» Newer posts