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Theater, Arts & Music

One thing is for certain in the Rogue Valley: if you don’t want to be bored, you don’t have to wander very far to find entertainment.  We have world-class theater, a variety of music venues and every other person you meet is an artist in one form or another.
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  • Art’s Barbershop Finds a New Home at Paradise Tans

    Art’s Barbershop Finds a New Home at Paradise Tans

    September 2017

    Behind the doors of Paradise Tans, owned and operated by Deseray Brown, lies a far deeper portion of Medford’s history.

    Three years ago, Deseray Brown purchased Paradise Tans from her step-mother, with whom she had worked with for 11 years to get the business on the right track. It was only recently that Deseray was presented with a new and interesting business opportunity. Arthur Alfinito, of Art’s Barbershop, has been welcomed with open arms to the tanning salon, creating an interesting beauty duo between haircuts and tans.

  • Papa Murphy’s Take n’ Bake Pizza Celebrates  25 Years in Medford

    Papa Murphy’s Take n’ Bake Pizza Celebrates 25 Years in Medford

    August 2017

    Troy and Karen Irving, owners of Papa Murphy’s Take n’ Bake Pizza located at 1120 Biddle Rd., moved to Medford in 1991 from San Diego, CA. Troy was born and raised in San Diego and Karen from Boring, OR. “We wanted a safe community to raise our kids and to be able to afford a home,” Karen said. “Troy worked at Costco when they first opened. When we moved we had a 4 year-old daughter and I was expecting our second child.”

  • Collaborative Theatre Project

    Collaborative Theatre Project

    August 2017

    Tucked away inside the Medford Center, amongst the bustle of eateries and some shopping outlets, there can be found the Collaborative Theatre Project (CTP). A cozy little start-up co-founded by Susan Aversa-Orrego, owner of the Yogurt Hut, Obed Medina, an Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) veteran, and local actor Pam Ward. This local gem features a 90-seat theatre, done up in the immersive Black Box style, as well as a competent team to accompany it.

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