Arts & Ent.

Book Review: “Are You Prepared for the Storm of Love Making? Letters of Love and Lust from the White House” by Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler

While John Adams was away from Abigail Smith, they obsessively wrote letters to one another, some eleven hundred of them, expressing their longing. Not to be outdone, James Garfield and Lucretia together wrote more than twelve hundred letters.
Martha Washington tried to burn everything George ever sent her. Thomas Jefferson did the same with his letters.

Keizer Cultural Center receives support grant

The Marion Cultural Development Corporation has been very supportive of Keizer Heritage foundation and the Keizer Cultural Center and their support has made a significant difference in the programming and services we provide to the Keizer and Salem communities.

Book Review: “Elvis and The Colonel: An Insider’s Look at the Most Legendary Partnership in Show Business” by Greg McDonald and Marshall Terrill

Before he left, he swiveled and stood on his tiptoes. He teased a guitar, sneered and shimmied, and left a tide of swooning females in his wake. Yes, he’s gone, but The King meant a lot to people who still cherish his life and mourn his departure. Look past him, though, and you’ll see the man behind him, inside the new book “Elvis and The Colonel” by Greg McDonald and Marshall Terrill.

What Keizer was talking about in 2023

As the year comes to a close, there were more than a few topics that had Keizer abuzz. Inside are clips of the stories about the celebrations and successes, the controversies and struggles, the people and the stories that Keizer was talking about in 2023.

Keizertimes coloring contest winners announced

Beckett Dunn, age: 4; Won a stuffed Tiger.Avian Harms, age: 9; Won $50.Isabella Martinez, age: 12; Won $100. Thank you to all of our Keizer Families for your participation in this years contest. We will continue to display your artworks until January 1st, after which you can pick up your[Read More…]