Talent Show

September 2013

September 2013

Stained Glass Masters

The name of the business says it all. Ian and Amy Stark, owners of Stained Glass Masters located at 250 E. Wagner Street (next to Downtowne Coffee), take great pride in their craft. "If you choose to use our services, you can expect the highest quality stained glass product that money can buy, and guaranteed one of a kind design with cutting edge technique and old world craftsmanship," Ian said.
Ian, a native to the Rogue Valley, moved to Portland after high school where he met his future wife Amy.

August 2013

August 2013

Paschal Winery Now Back Under Original Ownership

When you walk through the doors of Paschal Winery, you almost feel like you've discovered a piece of Tuscany here in the Rogue Valley. The tasting room's cool tile floors, walls adorned with art, and rounded windows with views of rolling hills rowed with vineyards is the perfect setting to get you in the mood to sample their locally-made wine.
Roy and Jill Paschal established Paschal Winery in 1998, and after a brief change of ownership, once again are back to share their love of wine with the Rogue Valley.

July 2013

July 2013

Liquid Blue Stand Up Paddle Boards

Rental business located at Emigrant Lake makes it easy
to try out the world's fastest growing water sport

Jackie and Danny Auchard have made it easy for Rogue Valley residents to take part in the fastest growing watersport in the world: stand up paddle boarding (SUP). The two just launched Liquid Blue, an SUP rental business located at Emigrant Lake on the grassy area near the water slides.

June 2013

June 2013

The Avalon Bar & Grill Reopens

When Stefano and Anna Cipollone walked through the doors of the Avalon Bar & Grill, they knew they found what they were looking for. "We liked the high ceilings and view of rolling mountains," Anna said. "Overall, we love Talent and the close-knit community. We felt Talent had a need for another great restaurant. Starting up the Avalon again just made sense for our family."
Stefano, a first generation Italian American, grew up in the kitchen. His dad was the owner of multiple restaurants in southern Florida.

May 2013

May 2013

Leave Your Mark

In 1993, when Peter Cislo was an administrator at Ashland High School, he decided to make a brick that would hold a bronze plate to be used as a fundraiser for schools and churches. While drawing up the plans in his bedroom, little did he know that soon he would have to retire from education to meet the demands of a full time landscape supply store.
"Five years later, one of the distributors asked if I would like to sell their residential and commercial pavers, and the rest is history," Pete said.

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