For readers who shudder at confrontation, this may seem impossible, but fear not. Patrick offers help by patiently underscoring her ideas, through step-by-step exercises, and with analogies that are universal and thus easily understood.
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By LYNDON ZAITZ Of the Keizertimes Opera is coming to Keizer. Keizer Homegrown Theatre (KHT) will present An Evening of Opera with four local singers opening on Friday, Sept. 8. Local artists Bethany Staats, Stacia Purdy, Michael Merrill and Simon Staples will perform 16 arias and duets. They will be[Read More…]
By MADI LIETZ Of the Keizertimes It’s the Pavillion’s busiest time of year. On Friday the Oregon State Fair begins. Aug. 25–Sept. 4 is the Oregon State Fair. Oregonians will enjoy the usual fair rides, food, live music, vendors, and various activities. Many people come to the fair for its[Read More…]
TJ Reid drops his thoughts on Christopher Nolan’s latest grand undertaking.
Better write yourself a note. That’s the only way you’re going to remember anything anymore. If it ain’t written down, it doesn’t exist. Tie a string on your finger, clip on a clothes pin, set a timer somewhere, whatever works to jog your memory is what you do. But in the new book “How to Be Remembered” by Michael Thompson, the forgetting runs much deeper.
TJ Reid gives his thoughts on the disappointment that is Disney’s “Haunted Mansion”
Music was loud and the smell of food was strong as Keizer’s businesses, bands and residents came together for a summer night out.
The last three performances of Keizer Homegrown Theatre (KHT)’s production of Lauren Gunderson’s The Book of Will are Friday through Sunday.
August 11–20, the Venardos Circus comes to town. Venardos Circus is a Broadway–style and animal–free circus show that has been touring the United States since debuting in 2014.
TJ Reid has a surprising good time at Barbie