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On Monday, U.S. District Judge Michael McShane declared Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. The Oregonian reports that supporters of gay marriage will not continue their attempts to put a measure removing the state’s same-sex marriage[…]
Yearly event to help fund derby rink renovations
The Magic Barrel returns to the Whiteside theater Friday, October 25, to raise money for the Linn Benton Food Share, which has been feeding those in need in the two counties for over 30 years.
The Corvallis Environmental Center (CEC) is hosting its Earth Ball on Saturday, April 20 to raise money for its programs and engage the community in conservation. The party officially begins at noon that day with[…]
A certain set of people have been eagerly—downright gleefully—anticipating this weekend’s Friends of the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library BIG Book Sale. These are people who eye each other’s bookshelves, not just for what these bookshelves[…]
Ever wanted an excuse to slip into something slinky, red, and ravishing? Now’s your chance, bro. The infamous word-of-mouth Red Dress Party (21+) will finally go public Saturday, Feb. 16, downtown at SubZero, and all[…]
Corvallis’ May Day festival began twenty-one years ago, when a small group of friends gathered to dance around a maypole of colorful ribbons signifying spring, renewal, love, life, and laughter. From this humble beginning, the[…]
Local donors and the Library Foundation have pledged over $470,000 to “Complete the Block.” The block in question is Block 12, home of the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library. Situated between Monroe, Jackson, 6th Street, and[…]
On Wednesday, Dec. 12, Corvallis’s own Temporary Artists’ Guild will be having a holiday event downtown. Courtesy of Mike at The Drawing Board, we’ll be setting up shop from 3 to 7 p.m. with myriad[…]
Reserve your first Friday of every month for “Rainbow in the Clouds” at Cloud and Kelly’s Public House, and celebrate the incredible diversity of our town.
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.
The 9th Annual Spring for Kids Run is one of many campaigns helping the Corvallis Public School Foundation support and continue to ensure that the students and teachers of the Corvallis School Distric have an outstanding educational experience.
Hip-hop artist Too $hort will perform a benefit concert in honor of Oregon State University football player Fred Thompson, who died early 12/7/2011 after collapsing from cardiac arrhythmia.
Crawl for the Cause is a pub crawl with all proceeds benefiting the Benton County Women’s Cancer Coalition. This year’s event begins at 2 p.m. in downtown Corvallis.