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Original musical comedy comes to Harbor stage

Todd Pearson and Evan Wise rehearse a skit for the upcoming production of “A Night on Broadway.”

Brookings Harbor Community Theater will debut an original musical comedy “A Night on Broadway” for one weekend only — May 20-22 — at the Dori Randall Performing Arts Center in Harbor.

The play, a fundraiser for the theater, is written and directed by Scott Graves, and features 13 actors and 11 show tunes. 


It's Good to be the queen

2016 Azalea Festival Queen Jessie Good

Jessie Good will reign as queen of the 77th Azalea Festival scheduled for Memorial Day weekend in Brookings-Harbor. She was crowned during Friday’s Azalea Scholarship pageant, where she also won Miss Congeniality and the talent award. Drew Farmer was chosen first runner-up by a panel of judges. She also won the award for most tickets sold. Also competing in this year’s pageant were Daisy Saphiloff, Chelsie Lanphere and Taylor Young. A complete story about the pageant, as well as features about Grand Marshal Ira Tozer and Pioneer Citizens Jack and Marge Darger in a special section in the Pilot Wednesday, May 25. 

Play depict life behind bars

Michael Hall gives directions to the cast of “Juvie.” The Ellensburg Theater Company production opens Friday at the Rogue Playhouse in Gold Beach.

The inside of the slammer isn’t the best place for any youngster to find themselves. Personalities often clash in cramped quarters, exploding into confrontation with a simple wrong look in someone else’s direction.

In the play “Juvie,” written by Jerome McDonough and presented by the Ellensburg Theater, the audience is given a peek into incarceration and coming to grips with tension-filled teens who are thrown together. In between the turmoil they will share how they came to reside at their new home behind bars. 


Library lapdogs

Charles Tucker looks over one of two books he chose to read aloud to Sprite.

Akasi is a Japanese Kai-Ken dog. Good natured. A wagging tail greets his reading partner for the day, 8-year-old Kalee Dettmer.

It’s the second time Dettmer has come to the Curry Public Library in Gold Beach to practice upon her reading skills.

“Hello Akasi,” the Gold Beach girl said as she stretched out on the carpeted floor and grabbed a book. “Are you ready for a story?” The brown dog pants slightly and cocks his head to the side. 


Exploring Cook Point

Where the trail takes hikers to the open dunes, Cape Sebastian can be seen in the distance.

Many people drive down a hill a mile south of the Pistol River Bridge and may not realize there is a small lake hidden in the dunes beside Highway 101.

Perhaps people have seen a car or two in a pullout at the uphill end of a guardrail on the ocean side of the highway and wondered: Is there a trail?


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