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United Front's Trans Justice Campaign is hosting an event to observe the Trans Day of Remembrance at 6 pm today with "food, an altar, and space... [Read More]
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Arizona State University's (ASU) sidelines blew up in excitement when Oregon's Justin Herbert threw an interception with a little less than four minutes left in... [Read More]
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The 2018 midterm election was expensive and exhausting. Just ask the Oregon Secretary of State's campaign finance transparency website OreStar. Eugene Weekly learned today from an official... [Read More]
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Have you smelled it? That's the question you're asking on Facebook, email and calls into the newsroom. [Read More]
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A letter signed by more than 30 downtown businesses gives praise to Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz and other city officials for canceling the previously... [Read More]
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I believe about all art what Kafka said about books — that it should "wound or stab us," that a work of art must chop... [Read More]
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Eugene artist and arts administrator Beverly Soasey wasn't big on telling the story behind her assemblages. She wanted people to find their own stories in... [Read More]
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Does Ali Shaheed Muhammad of hip-hop innovators A Tribe Called Quest have any special messages for young people who grew up on hip hop, but... [Read More]
Attending a live music performance can be both a moving and invigorating experience — unless you can't hear it. With a newly installed technology at... [Read More]
Imagine going to a rock concert where the whole show was created by people who are now dead. Some listeners might enjoy it as a... [Read More]
Oregon's gubernatorial race made national headlines for its massive campaign contributions, which included donations from Nike co-founder and chairman emeritus Phil Knight and Michael Bloomberg... [Read More]
In your Nov. 8 issue you alluded to the alternate reality of Rick Dancer defeating Kate Brown for secretary of state, making him now, in... [Read More]
Friday, Nov. 16 Maude Kerns Art Center presents "Art for All Seasons" show and Club Mud ceramics sale through Dec. 21, opening reception 6-9 pm... [Read More]
Thursday 11/15 Axe & Fiddle Gabe Arran Fagan, The Semi-Precious Stones, Baroque Betty—8:30pm; n/c CHOW David Mitchell—6:30pm; n/c Cowfish Baila!—9pm; $3-5 Dexter Lake Club  Karaoke... [Read More]
A behind-the-scenes proposal to put a branch of the University of Oregon's art museum on the riverfront in downtown Eugene has been shot down by... [Read More]
Thursday, November 15 Sunrise 6:54am; Sunset 4:56pm Avg. High 55; Avg. Low 38 ART/CRAFT Connecting the Threads (Tapestry by Judy Ann Ness), 10am-5:30pm, White Lotus... [Read More]
We've survived another election, but we all know the politicians will not solve our problems. The corporate politicians and the talking heads keep telling us... [Read More]
The Republican Party used the threat of Obamacare repeal as a political wedge issue for four election cycles, from 2010 to 2016. When the party gained... [Read More]
Late Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 14, at around 3 pm, Eugene police officers and county workers began moving homeless protest campers from the county-owned "butterfly lot."... [Read More]
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