The Hunger Games Reaches Past the Book Series, and Succeeds

“The Hunger Games” is the latest tween-book-turned-film, based on Suzanne Collins’ series, and is tearing up the box office with record sales. There’s a reason for that: it’s a really good movie. Fans of the book, and cinema in general, won’t be disappointed....

OSU Hosts Lumberjack Competition

On Friday, March 30th, the world’s top lumberjack athletes will be competing on the campus of Oregon State University as part of the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS Series. ...

Vivi’s Lust & Love: To Tie Or Not To Tie

Q: Dear Vivi, My boyfriend wants to try BDSM, but I'm not sure how I feel about it. What should I do? - To Tie Or Not To Tie A: Typically, BDSM is pe...

Yoga for Better Sex: Try Mula Bandha

We’ll begin with geography: in your minds eye find the territory between your pubic bone, your tailbone and your two sitting bones. It is an oval-shaped set of muscles that literally prevent your organs from falling out between your legs....

Gentlemen, Dress Like You Want It!

Fashion is a statement of who you are, and who you are isn’t always reflected in current fashion trends. So here is a list of advice that can span all the avenues of fashion from 3-piece suits to punk. Spring is all about reinvention and renewal, so suck it up, fellas: you’re getting a makeover....

Weed Stokes Competing Initiative Campaigns

Last year, Gallup polls revealed that for the first time ever, 50 percent of Americans support the legalization of marijuana. That shift in attitude has activists champing at the bit, with two groups currently gathering signatures in Oregon for legalization initiatives....

Smashing Patriarchy, One Chord At A Time

This Sunday, Interzone plays host to an all-ages punk rock show featuring Angries, Dark Beach, Agatha, Dogjaw, and Vises, five women- and queer-centric bands from five different cities along the west coast. The show takes place at 6:00 pm and there is a $5 sliding scale donation requested. Interzone is located at 1563 NW Monroe Street....

Science Pub Marks Three Years

Science Pub Corvallis started up three years ago in March, and judging by the crowd that meets on the second Monday of the month at Old World Deli, it’s still going strong. ...

It’s Different for Guys: Writing About Sex

by Greg Andersen A funny thing happens in an editorial meeting when you ask writers to pen on a topic as ubiquitous as sex. The women grab at assignments lik...

The Undeniable Charm of ‘The Artist’

The Artist debuted in 2011, and is now playing at Darkside Cinemas. It took home five Oscars at The Academy Awards, but many have reservations about the relevancy or fairness of the Awards. The Artist deserved all five- and more. ...

Twenty-Something, Dumped & Lovin’ It

So how does it feel to be dumped? I ask this because chances are if you’re attempting to date in this sad little town of ours you’ve recently been rejected. I know what you must be thinking. Oh the dating pool is limited, there’s nothing to do here, and my personal favorite the opposite sex is stupid....

Sick Town Derby Dames March Radness recap

It was a packed house at the Linn County Fairgrounds last Saturday night as The Sick Town Derby Dames kicked off their league season with a rousing intrasquad battle between The Punks "Sick Pistols" taking on The Preps "Country Club Crushers."...

Makers’ Space Reviving The Majestic Theatre

The Majestic has been a Corvallis staple for almost 100 years. The recent launch party marked the beginning of a renaissance for the theatre, the new endeavor, Makers’ Space, is an alternative arts program that will run through the Majestic Community Theatre....