Talent Show

Livia Genise Steps Down as Camelot’s Artistic Director

May 2016

Livia Genise Steps Down as  Camelot’s Artistic Director

...Has Sight Set on Founding New Theater

After nearly fifteen years as the artistic director of the Camelot Theatre, Livia Genise is moving on.  The actress and director is starting her own non-profit theater company in the Rogue Valley and has her first production slated for the fall.  Though Genise had intended to leave her post at Camelot at the end of the 2016 season, circumstances at the theater changed and she made the decision to depart at the end of March. 

Anderson Auto Body and Paint

April 2016

Anderson Auto Body and Paint

For over 20 years, Anderson Auto Body & Paint has been providing high-quality auto repair services to the Rogue Valley area. “Our paint and body work is performed by highly-trained, certified technicians and is backed by a lifetime warranty,” said owner Dave Anderson. “We truly value the time and opinion of our customers, so we work hard to make sure all of our work exceeds expectations and is finished as quickly as possible.”

Dave grew up in Romania, hoping to one day move to America and open his own business. He began working on cars at a young age alongside his father and older brothers.

Cantina Vida

March 2016

Cantina Vida

New café opens in the railroad depot building

February 9, 2016 marked a new era for the old railroad depot building in downtown Talent when southern Oregon native Clea Arthur opened the doors of Cantina Vida. As Clea describes it, it’s a small café with a big heart.

Tim Whitmire Painting

December 2015

Tim Whitmire Painting

In 2013, after 20 years working in a cubicle as a Social/Clinical Research Specialist, Tim Whitmire decided to take an early retirement, pack his bags and, along with his wife, Behnaz, move to Talent from the Research Triangle of North Carolina.

Tape2DVD Video Transfer Service

November 2015

Tape2DVD Video Transfer Service

We all have them: boxes full of old memories, collecting dust and trapped on obsolete devices. Thanks to Steve Good, owner of Tape2DVD Video Transfer Service, those precious memories can once again come to life. Steve can transfer VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Hi-8 and Mini DV tapes to DVD.

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