Talent Show

WOK STAR Food Truck

May 2017

WOK STAR Food Truck

Owned an operated by Russell Evans, with help from Quinton Cutting-Johnson, Wok Star’s food truck can be found on the corner of 8th and Fir Tuesday through Friday from 11am-2pm. We recently had the chance to ask Russell a few questions.

Where are you from and how did you end up in Southern Oregon?
My father was in the Air Force, so I spent most of my youth and teenage years in Japan and Florida. From there I spent much of my 20’s in Southern California before coming up for a visit and finding myself in love with Oregon some 20 years ago. I never left!

Local Artist Marigny Goodyear

April 2017

Local Artist Marigny Goodyear

Tell us a little about yourself?

My name is Marigny Goodyear and I’m a mixed media abstract artist living in Talent, OR. I create abstract paintings on canvas and panels using primarily paper and acrylic. I’m also a wife to an amazing and adventurous outdoorsman and mother to the most awesome 15-year-old in the world.

Talent Clinic: serving the Talent community since 1980

April 2017

Talent Clinic: serving the Talent community since 1980

Steve Joslin, FNP, originally opened the Talent Clinic, LLC in downtown Talent in 1980. It was one of the first Nurse Practitioner-owned clinics in the state. It has remained at the same location since, growing to occupy the adjacent suite when MiddleWay Medicine moved to its new location in 2015.

Sweet Beet Station Finds a Home in the Talent Train Depot

January 2017

Sweet Beet Station Finds a Home in the  Talent Train Depot

January 6 marks the grand opening of Sweet Beet Station in the old Talent Train Depot. The new owner, Awna Zegzdryn, has been a Talent resident for five years, and involved in food service since she was 15.

Kindred Spirits Art Ale & Wine

December 2016

Kindred Spirits  Art Ale & Wine

In late 2011 local artist Cathy Dorris decided to relocate her art gallery from Ashland to downtown Talent. Shortly after moving, she was hired to teach painting classes for a company known as the Brushed Cork. The recognition and success in her new location inspired her to provide an experience that combines wine and art and in July of 2015 Cathy and Jeff Dorris decided to transform her existing art gallery into an interactive art gallery and wine bar and Kindred Spirits was born. “The community responded very positively and within three months they expanded into the space next door,” Cathy said. “The rest is history.”

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