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You know that moment when you realize something inevitable is about to happen and you just have to sit there and accept it? You're like, "Oh, sh--," and time kind of slows down for a second? It happened to me during the Emmys last year. Yes, it's ridiculous to feel this way about an awards show, but I did. Towards the end of the night, Viola Davis...

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Six seasons of abandoned warehouses, slasher film-worthy lakes, and ominous roadside motels whose employees don't ask questions about heavy shipments of doll parts might lead one to think

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Sweet potatoes are a great base for pretty much anything and everything, and for every meal of the day. A common dinner formula for me is sweet potato plus meat plus another vegetable. Some of my favorite proteins to mix it with are salmon, chicken,...

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Ashland High School grad developing a new wine aimed at millennials.

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A man who drove his motorcycle into the back of a commercial truck on Interstate 5 just outside Ashland Tuesday sustained life-threatening injuries in the crash, according to an Oregon State Police report. Eduardo Cortes Magana, 44, of...

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“Someone to talk to” is how McGeorge Bundy, national security adviser to President John F. Kennedy, summed up the special relationship between Great Britain and the United States, dating from the darkest period of World War II. The...

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A central Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to trespassing in a woman's house and falling asleep — after leaving her a note telling her not to be alarmed.

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Film and television have a long history of depicting Asians, American Indians and other races as speaking a dehumanizing pidgin English. The play "Vietgone" at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival turns those language conventions upside...

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