After selling out its November premiere at Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre, “Cocaine Crabs from Outer Space” by local filmmaker Chuck Magee is coming to home television screens.
Salem’s carousel to be renamed for founder Hazel Patton at Saturday ceremony
When Riverfront Carousel opened in 2001, Hazel Patton didn’t want her name on the building because she thought the structure should belong to the community. Now, as she nears her 90th birthday, her friends got her to reconsider.
Oregon’s Marshallese community gathers in Salem to celebrate culture and sovereignty
Celebrating 44 years since the adoption of the constitution of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Marshallese people from across the state gathered for speeches, performances and a weekend of sports.
PHOTOS: Veterans observe Memorial Day at City View Cemetery
Veterans and relatives gathered Monday in Salem to salute fallen soldiers.
Public to guide design of Vietnam War Memorial on Oregon State Capitol grounds
The new Vietnam War Memorial on the Oregon State Capitol grounds is intended to recognize a dwindling generation of soldiers who were rejected after returning home from the war.
Seniors, oldies fans can get their groove on at new Riverfront Park dances
“Let’s Dance,” which starts June 11, will bring a monthly family-friendly outdoor dance to Salem’s Riverfront Park, playing 50s, 60s and 70s music.
From refugee to restauranteur, Mariam Aryan keeps flavor alive in Salem
Over a decade after fleeing their native Syria and losing a child in the war, the Aryan family has found a new home in Salem.
PHOTOS: Future anglers practice their skills at park event
Several Marion County organizations teamed up for a morning teaching the basics of water safety, knot-tying and line casting to kids at Keizer Rapids Park.
Glass birds to be hidden in Salem’s parks
The Salem Seekers project, which will hide 120 birds in four parks starting in June, hopes to encourage Salemites to explore their community and get to know their neighbors.
PHOTOS: Indigenous Salem-Keizer graduates celebrate heritage
Fifty-two Native Education program graduates from around the district were honored Sunday at McNary High School in one of the first ceremonies for the 2023 graduation season.