Some of Oregon’s top women musicians gathered in Salem on Sunday, March 19, for “She’s Speaking-LIVE.” Salem fans packed the house at Loucks Auditorium.
With music, green and fans, Salem’s Celtic community celebrates in downtown
The weather was ideal on Saturday, March 18, for a little festive celebrating in downtown Salem. The family event saw the return of pipes and drums.
FROM CC:M | Jessica Peterson leads Enlightened Theatrics as productions resume
Jessica Peterson, a Salem native, wants to use music as a bridge. In an interview with Capital Community Media, she explains her life story and her role at Enlightened Theatrics. The story is republished in collaboration with CC:M.
Salem student helps cook up crab fritters, mousse dome, taking state culinary title
With just an hour, high school students from around Oregon went to work Monday to cook up a first-class meal. They competed in Salem under the watchful eye of professionals who rated their meals.
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.
Women songwriters to take center stage in Salem performance
The “She’s Speaking-LIVE” performance is hitting the road during Women’s History Month to highlight women in the music industry. A Salem show on March 19 includes local performer Kristen Grainger.
With colorful dresses, rope artistry and machetes, library closes out Latino display
Communidad Y Herencia Cultural and the Casa de Cultura Tlanese performed and put on demonstrations of classic Mexican dances and skills on Saturday, March 4. The event at the Salem Public Library closed out an exhibit of traditional Mexican attire.
Benefit concert in Salem to aid refugees resettling from Ukraine
A show featuring traditional klezmer music is scheduled in Salem on Saturday, March 4, to raise money for local efforts to help Ukranian refugees.
Big crowd turns out in Salem in bid to boost arts and culture funding in Oregon
With a scoop of ice cream and a hot mic, advocates for arts and culture organizations made their case for more state funding on Monday, Feb. 27. The event at the Elsinore Theatre in Salem included a mix of entertainers.
Local trumpeters, Thomas Lauderdale and ice cream – all free in Salem on Monday
A packed program is scheduled at the Elsinore Theatre on Monday, Feb. 27, in a free public event to launch the Oregon Arts and Culture Caucus. An ensemble of five high school trumpet players from the Salem area will be among the performers.