It’s not just Albany we Corvallisites may want to grab some hints from—our neighbors to the south are also having some success. Eugene’s Opportunity Village has been so successful that the city council didn’t just[…]
Graduation prank exposes crybabies
Local roller derby league Sick Town Derby Dames’ S*M*A*S*H* Unit took on Eugene’s Church of Sk8in’ at the Linn County Fairground on Saturday, April 13th, for a hard-fought bout that ultimately led to the Church’s[…]
Sweeping across Canada and into the rest of the world, the Idle No More protest movement is a “campaign for indigenous rights, sovereignty, and environmental justice.” According to Indian Country Today, the movement arose in[…]
Got a sense of adventure and want an inexpensive getaway? Then you might want to consider Airbnb.com or similar websites that provide an interesting alternative to hotels. The crux: you’re staying in an individual’s home,[…]
Oh, Corvallis. You’re swell. You have awesome bars, great venues, a plethora of locally-owned businesses, a fantastic weekly paper *cough* and the only Wal Mart presence has yet to evolve from a husk (although the[…]
The Oregon Department of Transportation is currently working on a plan to bring high-speed passenger trains to one of four proposed routes linking the Columbia River above Portland to the Springfield-Eugene urban area. With all[…]
The Sick Town Derby Dames are kicking off the New Year by cracking their league down the middle and pitting Sick Town against Sick Town in their latest bout, Feb. 2’s Uncivil War: Black vs.[…]
One of the great things about living in Oregon is the accessibility of the outdoors and the natural world. So every winter, Oregonians load up their cars and head for the mountains. But if you’re[…]
Are you in the market for a wedding gown? Want that gown to really mean something? Brides Against Breast Cancer’s renowned Nationwide Tour of Gowns visits Eugene on Sunday, Feb. 3 and Monday, Feb. 4.[…]
If you’d like to hear a creative amalgamation of Americana, indie folk/rock, bluegrass, and jazz driven by a world-class banjo and slide guitar player and vocalist, Tony Furtado is a must-listen. Heralded by Paste magazine[…]
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, a band native to Eugene, Oregon, will be gracing the Whiteside Theatre on Friday, Sept. 21.
Often referred to as “the art of the tease”, modern burlesque is a reinvention of a style of entertainment featured in Europe and America from the late 1800s to the 1940s. While historically shows were a varied mixture of comedy, acrobatics, boxing, theater, and later the infamous striptease, “neo-burlesque” focuses more on the comedy/striptease end of things.