Steve Schultz

About This Issue

Since the 2017 inauguration, we the people have had over three months to react and reflect. We’ve marched, made call-ins, debated and spit-fired in the face of ...

Peace Literacy in an Age of Anger

Days after the election, the Whiteside Theatre offered solace through a talk on peace literacy. Right away there was an urgency for us to move beyond calling ea...

What’s Happening at Bombs!

Sponsored content What's Happening at Bombs Away Cafe...?! For more than 20 years, Bombs Away Café has been a vibrant part of the Corvallis and Oregon Sta...

Pro Tips for Healthy Talk

In the months leading up to the presidential election it became commonplace to simply dismiss someone who would cast a vote for the other candidate. Since the i...

Optic Gallery Presents Ahab’s Mother

Optic Gallery will be hosting the Ahab’s Mother exhibition on Saturday, March 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. Featuring ink drawings by Eugene-based artist Julia Oldham, am...

Keely’s Zero Waste Week

Americans have grown accustomed to convenience – plastic water bottles, prepackaged foods, anything you need in an “on-the-go” option. We live in a time of thro...

Legal Weed Customer Protection, State Bill

Oregon Responds to Federal Legal Pot Crackdown... Bill Proposed to Protect Cannabis Customers’ Personal Information. Amidst threats of a crackdown on legal p...

8 Days a Week: Our Top Picks March 23-30

Our top picks of the week for arts, entertainment and more. For a wider selection, don't forget to check out our full calendar. Thursday, March 23 Light T...

Calendar: Happening March 23-30

Thursday, March 23 Soil Sampling and Testing for Perennial Organic Crops: Developing a Fertility Program. Wombat Flats Farm, 3388 SE Kiger Island Dr., Corval...

As the State Turns: March 23-30

Balancing History One Entry at a TimeI’ll admit it: long have I dreamed about gathering with a gang of wacky hooligans, loading up on Red Bull and Hi-Balls (or ...

Linn-Benton Backwash: March 23-30

Chuck Berry died at the ripe old age of 90 in St. Charles County on Saturday. But that’s not in Linn or Benton counties, you say? Ask me if I care. Go ahead. We...