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McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival

SPRINGFIELD-Last weekend, an estimated 3,000 people attended the seventh annual McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival at the Bob Keefer Center in Springfield. Over 150 varieties of cider and beer...

 

37 PLAYS / 97 MINUTES

COTTAGE GROVE – A crafty and dysfunctional presentation on the most famous playwright of all time filled Cottage Theatre seats during the opening weekend of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised]” on Oct. 13. During...

 

SPOOKY SPRINGFIELD

SPRINGFIELD – For being the oldest cemetery in Lane County, the file on Pioneer Memorial Cemetery Park is notably thin. Aside from a few old newspaper articles, a page in a booklet and a plaque at t...

 

Swallowtail Spirits grand opening

SPRINGFIELD – Last weekend, Springfield distillery Swallowtail Spirits held their grand opening to a packed house. Though the tasting room had a soft opening last month, patrons braved heavy rains...

 

Brian Peterson: cafe's 'rockstar' bartender

SPRINGFIELD – With Cornbread Cafe's presence being relatively new in Springfield, manager Nick Keough said they needed top-notch service industry folks to get the vegan cafe ready to rock. That...

 

Pizza & brunch at Bartolotti's

SPRINGFIELD – Let's talk brunch. This fall, Bartolotti's Pizza Bistro, located at 330 Main St., Suite B, is cooking up unique brunch items at their Springfield location. For something sweet,...

 

An escape through art: Nyssa Perrin Clark manages pain through painting

When it comes to art, Nyssa Perrin Clark said the ability to start is one of the most important parts of the creative process. "If you can just start and not have an investment in the outcome, and...

 

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