A wild card win, last-minute fundraiser, and scoring mishap were all involved in the win for the a cappella group.
By Jean Dion - Special to Salem Reporter
Learn about trees, get tips for home yards in Friends of Trees event in Salem
A tree enthusiast comes to Salem on Monday, April 10, to share tips for residents on how to grow trees and volunteer to plant more around the city. The free event is hosted by the Marion County Master Gardener Association.
Two Salem arts and culture organizations host one epic concert Saturday
No matter your preference in music, you’re likely to find something of interest in an unusual show on Saturday, March 11. The Salem Art Association and the Salem Multicultural Institute are combining efforts for one big program to help their finances.
12,000 napkins designed to raise disability awareness headed to Salem businesses
Shangri-La hopes to spark both conversation and action during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The Salem nonprofit is orchestrating delivery of napkins that carry advice.
Backpacks stuffed with possibilities for Salem kids could happen again – with help
The Salem Art Association once again wants to give away hundred of backpacks for kids to learn about art. Raising the money to cover costs comes first.
Goat yoga brings stretches and smiles to Salem
Practice your downward facing dog while surrounded by friendly goats on a hobby farm in west Salem.
Salem Fiberarts Guild holds annual sale this weekend at the Willamette Heritage Center
Holiday shoppers line up for handcrafted dishtowels available during this annual sale. Demonstrations may inspire you to take up a fiber-related craft.
Upcoming show asks Salem artists: how do you find light in winter?
The Salem Art Association is collaborating with the Salem Multicultural Institute on a new show. Submissions showcasing an artist’s culture or heritage are especially welcome.
60 years of service: Salem-Keizer Assistance League marks a milestone
As the Salem-Keizer community has grown, so has the need for assistance. Programs supporting students and families in need fill the gap.
Valiant the Sandwich chef serves up sass and snacks from new Court Street location
The move to a larger restaurant gives Salemites more lunchtime choices in the heart of downtown.