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Vinyl records find new appeal in younger audience

Sony Music announced last June that they would resume manufacture of vinyl records for the first time in almost three decades. That same month, the area saw the grand opening of its newest record...

 
 By Eric Schucht    Opinion    March 1, 2018

Why pockets are sexist

“Hey, can you hold my phone?” Said every girl I’ve ever hung out with, ever. I turn into a walking purse every time I’m with a friend of the opposite sex. People don’t want to have to lug...

 

Wayward Lamb closes doors, takes toll on UO students, community

Bethany Howe was third in line at the grand opening of The Wayward Lamb, the area’s newest gay bar in almost a decade. A PhD student at the University of Oregon, she recalls the Lamb’s first...

 

Eugene company helps seniors 'Move-In Comfort'

Moving can be challenge, especially when it involves downsizing. Such is the case for many seniors making the transition to assisted living or retirement homes. Diana Masarie experienced this...

 
 By Eric Schucht    News    January 11, 2018

One Dollar Check: rock, metal and reggae fusion

Local band One Dollar Check, comprised of some Creswell natives - Charles Gallegos and Aaron Pierce - are set to release their latest album, "Fill the Void" at their album release party at WOW Hall...

 

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