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Okay everybody, it’s what you’ve all been waiting for: Orange County Madness continues. If you missed the first round of the tournament, please catch up here. Let’s go.

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William Shakespeare, one of history’s most famous writers, will battle the woes of writer’s block and experience the thrills of new love when “Shakespeare in Love” takes the stage at the Betty Long Unruh Theatre beginning Thursday night.

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March Madness is upon us (go Ducks) and in honor of our nation’s most beloved tradition, let’s take a look back at 19-year-old network television teen drama “The OC.”

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It’s one thing for a Green Elementary School teacher to watch her 45 students take the stage Friday night for the fifth-grade play “Pirate Boy and Dragon Girl.” It’s even a greater joy for Karen Sinclair to watch when it’s a play written and directed by her.

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For the first time, Roseburg will host a Hallie Ford Fellowship exhibit. Thirteen Oregon artists will be featured in a dual-venue presentation between both the Umpqua Valley Arts Association and the Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College.

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I grew up watching “Friends,” and I always kind of liked it. It was always on, it’s generally unobtrusive and it’s great for taking a nap to. Unproblematic King Paul Rudd even got a recurring guest spot.

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One of the best things about being a librarian is that I get to talk about books. I love hearing about a great new read (“The Friend” by Sigrid Nunez recently was pitched to me in such a wonderful way that it immediately rose to the top of my list), and I get giddy when someone asks me to re…