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Brookings artist shows paintings in Michigan

Pete Chasarís paintings are on display in a medical center restaurant in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Photo courtesy of Pete Chasar.

Brookings artist Pete Chasar has three paintings in ArtPrize Seven, an annual international art show/contest in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The show is hanging through Oct. 11.


Addams Family musical opens Friday

Lucas Beineke (Dylan Panter), left, and Wednesday Addams (Kendra Kauffman) are greeted by Gomez Addams (Aaron Axel) while Morticia Addams (Jennifer Price) looks on.

The Chetco Pelican Players is presenting a different kind of love story that will be opening Friday, Sept. 25.

“The Addams Family” brings song and dance to the Chetco Playhouse stage, telling the story of family matters in a humorous, slightly morbid, but far from dark setting. 


First Bacon Fest a success

Katherine Miller, right, introduces Miss Baconfest contestants.

David Scaggs was so pleased with the first annual Baconfest, he’s already planning an encore.

“It was phenomenal,” Scaggs said. 

The festival, which took place Saturday at Salmon Run Golf Course, drew about 1,500 locals, all there for the fun and, of course, everything bacon-themed.


A splash of color

A mural painted on four sheets of plywood was mounted Friday on the Railroad Street side of the Brookings-Harbor Community Helpers Food Bank building.

The plain exterior wall on the Railroad Street side of the Brookings-Harbor Community Helpers Food Bank building was given a splash of color Friday when a mural was mounted.

The mural is the creation of Erika Spetzler, a Southwestern Oregon Community College art student. The art was painted on four sheets of plywood, creating a 4-foot-high, 32-foot-long panorama.


The Dead comes to life at seasonís final concert

Wake the Dead will perform popular songs from the 1960s and í70s with a Celtic twist during the final concert of the season Sunday at the Azalea Park band shell.

The San Francisco-based Wake the Dead will put a Celtic twist on popular songs from the 1960s and ’70s during the 10th and final show in the free Summer Concerts in the Park series this Sunday at Brookings Azalea Park.

The concert, presented by sponsor Rogue Credit Union, starts at 1 p.m. The series typically draws crowds of 300 to 500 people who bring blankets and lawn chairs to the park’s natural amphitheater. 


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