Tom Mayhall Rastrelli, KGW News

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Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Tom:

West Salem High band wins 7th straight state title

SALEM, Ore. -- West Salem High School's band broke two records and made one judge cry at the OSAA Band State Championships on Saturday in Corvallis. → Read More

The plague, elves and love: Verona Studio's new season

The Verona Studio’s 2016-2017 season features magical thinking, adoption, the plague and a Christmas hostage. → Read More

Millennials invade Pentacle Theatre in 'The Aliens'

Pentacle’s Theatre's cutting-edge play “The Aliens” by Annie Baker runs July 8 through 30 → Read More

CET performs 'Shrek Jr.' to Shakespeare July 15-23

Children's Educational Theatre has a number of performances July 15-23 at venues throughout Salem. → Read More

Peek into Oregon life during World War II on July 9

Willamette Heritage Center’s family-friendly “History was Here" explores Oregon life during World War II on July 9. → Read More

Bush Barn to host two artists in statewide art exhibit

Disjecta Contemporary Art Center’s “Portland2016: A Biennial of Contemporary Art” is on exhibit from July 9-Sept. 18 at 25 venues in Oregon. → Read More

New Keizer mural of Iris Festival parade needs painters

Mural project, featuring Keizer Iris Festival Parade, needs volunteer painters at Town & Country Bowling Lanes. → Read More

'Game of Thrones' gives fans baby name options

Area parents inspired by HBO series and books, and we want to know what your favorite "Game of Thrones" baby name is. → Read More

Play 'Game of Thrones' party game during finale

Are you going to a viewing party for the “Game of Thrones” finale Sunday? Here's a game that should keep you laughing amid the carnage. → Read More

Local performers to raise funds for Orlando victims

Local performers respond to Orlando massacre with fundraisers: drag show at Southside Speakeasy and Verona Studio play. → Read More

Families get taste of Japanese culture hosting students

Group that has facilitated cultural exchange between students and families celebrates 30 years. → Read More

Global phenomenon Make Music Day comes to Salem June 21

Local musicians will perform all day in Salem's public spaces on Make Music Day on Tuesday, June 21. Tom and Carlee's CAFE will lead a musical stroll. → Read More

'Tosca,' 3 other Met operas to show at Regal Santiam

Starting with 'Tosca' on June 22, Regal Santiam will show The Met's 'Summer Encore' series of popular operas. → Read More

Free Salem Philharmonia concert at Capitol on June 25

Salem Philharmonia Orchestra will play music from “Star Wars” to Beethoven. There will be free tower tours, too. → Read More

Mid-Valley LGBTQ community responds to Orlando massacre

The Mid-Valley’s LGBTQ community and its allies are experiencing a variety of reactions. → Read More

Libraries increase services to rural residents July 1

Residents outside of library districts in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties will be able to borrow 10 books at a time. → Read More

Steampunk Shakespeare, Oz, ghost story come to Ashland

Oregon Shakespeare Festival's ghostly “Hamlet,” Elizabethan “The Wiz” and Chinese “The Winter’s Tale” open June 17-19. → Read More

Jim Hill's 'New 'N' Word' book reading at Book Bin

Jim Hill, first Oregonian of color elected to statewide office, wrote “The New ‘N’ Word: The White Middle Class." He has a book reading June 17. → Read More

Oregon playwrights featured in summer series at Willamette

Theatre 33 opens series with EM Lewis' "Apple Season" June 18-19 and ends it with first staged production Aug. 11-14. → Read More

Monmouth July 4th Festival Community Art Show needs art

Amateurs and pros from Monmouth and Independence can enter art into exhibit to be shown during Monmouth’s July 4th Festival, July 2-4. → Read More