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Madelaine Corbin’s Mobile Color Lab

Sometimes art, especially fine art, is not what you would imagine. What if I told you there was a talented artist at OSU, right now, that is turning our preconc...

Here Comes the CAW: Arts Walk Aug. 18

Fresh picks await almost everywhere for this month’s Corvallis Arts Walk, and even returning regulars are showing new work—a number of them in meaningful depart...

PRIDE Corvallis Returns!

PRIDE Corvallis is back this summer, after a two-year hiatus. The Queervallis Family Reunion will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Avery Park on Saturday, A...

Corvallis Death Café Group: Locals Talk Death

In America, we’re pretty quick to ask fellow humans how they’re doing, what their day was like, or throw them an ever-so-casual “What’s up?” But why are we so g...

Siuslaw Brewing, Right Outside of Alsea

There’s a great secret hiding next to the road along Highway 34. It’s about seven miles past the tiny community of Alsea, along the banks of the beautiful Alsea...

Mass Timber and the Future of Building

Architects, designers, and engineers are getting a bigger set of building blocks, all thanks to new technologies set to transform the way we build tall building...

One Month Deep in the PoGo

If there’s one thing people are even more tired of hearing about than Donald Trump, it’s Pokemon GO (PoGo). It features shallow gameplay and a simplistic battle...

Interzone’s Central Role in the Zine Scene

From just around the corner with Salem’s Do-It-Yourself community to quite literally on the corner, Salem and Corvallis boast a surprisingly wide variety of ind...

Corvallis Summer Theater Calendar

Summer in Corvallis—what do you do when you’ve already floated the river a dozen times, memorized the Knight’s baseball roster, and sampled each of the local se...

Summer’s Student Exodus Is Bittersweet

Going anywhere near downtown Corvallis 5 to 10 years ago used to be, well, let’s just say, “a walk in the park.” Particularly in the summer months, the roads we...

Laughing Loafer Comes to Corvallis

The only things louder than HP’s (rather sad) fireworks display last weekend were the boos and moans coming from outside Corvallis City Hall. After approaching ...