Finger Licking Good: An Art Exhibit About Food

The Arts Center’s Main Gallery exhibit for May will be concerned with food -- not nutritional values or growing techniques, but on the visual interest of specific foods and food production environments....

Iranian Author Will Read from Memoir on Campus

On Friday, April 27, at Oregon State University, Aria Minu-Sepehr will read from “We Heard the Heavens Then,” his debut memoir of a boy in revolutionary Iran. T...

Occupy Corvallis: May Day Labor Solidarity Fair

What does a five-foot, blue and purple disembodied ear have to do with May Day? Quite a lot, according to Occupy Corvallis, who will be launching its Radical Listening Project on Sunday April 29 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Corvallis’ Central Park as part of the May Day Solidarity Fair in support of workplace rights and economic justice sponsored by a coalition of local groups....

CARDV Raises Awareness with Denim Day

As part of its awareness activities for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV) is inviting the community to help raise awareness about sexual violence by wearing jeans on April 27th—Denim Day. ...

Oregon’s Bats Face Uncertain Future

It's been called the largest wildlife die-off in living memory. A deadly disease called White-Nose Syndrome has killed an estimated six million bats on the East Coast, and it's headed west to Oregon....

Road Rage: Bikes and Cars Battle

Traffic laws were not written for bicycles. That’s not just a mantra for militant bicycle advocates. It’s a basic fact. Bicycles are tacked to the vehicle code as an afterthought. The law reads, “Every person riding a bicycle upon a public way is subject to the provisions applicable to and has the same rights and duties as the driver of any other vehicle.”...

MyDeathSpace.com: Where the Internet Goes to Die

A website called MyDeathSpace.com is making dying today a whole lot more public. The site is basically an archive of the dead, from celebrities like the recently deceased Whitney Huston to the everyday deaths of people around the world. ...

New Corvallis Halfway House: Shepherd House Looks to Expand to Corvallis

There is a local man who believes that all of us, especially those coming from dire straits, deserve second chances. If people are ready to try a new approach to become the person they were truly meant to be, and embrace hope, love, and their community, Peter Martin is willing to be that helping hand....

Jonathan, part 4

The fourth part of Daniel Lively's fiction series, Jonathan....

That Tingling Feeling: First International ASMR Day

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (colloquially referred to simply as the "brain tingles") is not officially recognized as a condition by the medical community, but there is a rapidly-growing contingent of us online, swapping videos of people doing nothing more than quietly telling each other what's going on in their lives....

Earth Ball 2012: An All-Species Masquerade

The Corvallis Environmental Center (CEC) is hosting Earth Ball 2012: An All-Species Masquerade—a costume party and benefit concert to celebrate Earth Day and support the CEC’s programs....