Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Continental Divide to the East, stretching from Alaska’s Prince William Sound into the Klamath River in California, is the bioregion called Cascadia.
Since 2015, the Salem Korean restaurant Happy Bibimbap House has closed at 2:30 p.m. three Mondays a month to prepare fresh food for the homeless, paid for out of their own pocket and with charitable donations from a jar in their restaurant. Volunteers from The
The Chemeketa Players’ fall production Giants Have Us in Their Books, which is comprised of six short plays by José Rivera, played in the Chemeketa Auditorium from Nov. 2 to Nov. 9. Due to casting problems, only five of the six were performed. As explained
The new Salem-born production “POE: the Musical” debuted in the Chemeketa auditorium for two nights only on Oct. 12 and 13. According to writer and director Rachel Wolf, the musical aimed to explore the fascinating life of famous American writer Edgar Allan Poe and absolve
The first staged reading of “POE: the Musical” will take place here at Chemeketa. Premiering in the heart of halloween season, the musical aims to shed light on the famous, or perhaps infamous, father of American gothic horror, Edgar Allan Poe. The show opens with