Ashland Business Grapevine

For Clothing That’s Better the Second Time Around

February 2019

For Clothing That’s Better the Second Time Around

“Deja Vu,” the French term meaning “already seen,” is the remarkable sensation of being in a completely new situation, yet feeling like you’ve been there before. Even if you’ve never actually experienced deja vu, a trip to the fabulous Ashland store that bears the name is an equally delightful experience.

Investing Your Money at Edward Jones Investments

February 2019

Investing Your Money at Edward Jones Investments

Money is on everyone’s minds pretty much all the time, and if you have a little extra to invest, it’s important to consult with a professional. Sure, you could listen to your brother-in-law’s barber who knows about a nickel mine in Chile that’s a sure thing, but the odds of losing your entire investment are fairly high.

Walton Art House: Not Your Usual Art Gallery

February 2019

Walton Art House: Not Your Usual Art Gallery

Walton Art House at 800 N. Main (right down from the Breadboard) is a gallery created for independent, counter-culture artists. “The vision of Walton Art House is to create a destination for all those seeking awe, beauty, and good conversation,” says Lacey Walton

Kobe: Where East Meets (the Pacific North)west

February 2019

Kobe: Where East Meets (the Pacific North)west

Kobe Modern Japanese, at 96 N. Main Street alongside Ashland Creek, blends the best of Japanese tradition with fresh, healthy ingredients abundant in southern Oregon. The result is a delightful, delicious dining experience.

New Cookbook from Morning Glory’s Patty Groth

January 2019

New Cookbook from Morning Glory’s Patty Groth

Every year hundreds of new cookbooks are published in the United States, and Patty Groth, owner of Morning Glory Café in Ashland, has recently added her own unique take on the genre. Breakfast at Morning Glory: Recipes, Mishaps and Adventures from the Little Blue House is not just a collection of recipes from the talented chef but a series of anecdotes and stories about customers, employees, friends and family over a period of 22 years

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