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SCENE & HEARD - SPRINGFIELD May. 18
Springfield Art Walk back on track, looking ahead
SCENE & HEARD May. 5
Comedian headlines sold-out show at Blue Valley Bistro
The first of its kind, Blue Valley Bistro will host its first Stand-up Comedian Night on Wednesday, May 11, featuring career road comedian Gabriel Rutledge and guest Dianna Potter, a Portland-area comic.
SCENE & HEARD Apr. 28
Foster finds connections on stage
COTTAGE GROVE – Jonathan Foster hasn’t discovered the Holy Grail. He doesn’t know the answer to life, the universe and all of its entangled mystery.
SCENE & HEARD - Cottage Grove Apr. 28
CG Historical Society publishes book on Becker
PUBLIC SAFETY Apr. 21
PUBLIC SAFETY - Week of April 21
SCENE & HEARD Apr. 21
Backyard blues Creswell musician playing host at ‘The Hangar’
That’s the name of one of the catchier tunes on Peter Riley Osborne’s homemade. album with his band, The Truckstop Handshakes. There’s every indication that Friday night’s John Shipe blues concert at “The Hangar” will be a whole lot better than all right.
SCENE & HEARD Apr. 14
Fog Holler’s a big hit at the Axe
SCENE & HEARD Apr. 7
The show must go on: Mamma Mia opens at Cottage Theater
SCENE & HEARD Apr. 7
Scene & Heard: ‘Nice’ is at the core of band’s purpose
COTTAGE GROVE – With a genre that’s described on their website as “NiceCore,” Possible Human Origins put on a nice show Friday night at the Brewstation.
SCENE & HEARD Mar. 30
Scene & Heard: Annual Blues fest, CiderHouse festival, and more
SCENE & HEARD Mar. 30
Oregon Country Fair returns with all its flair
SCENE & HEARD Mar. 2
A groovy good time: New Springfield venue opens with legendary band
Big Brother and the Holding Company left a piece of their heart on stage at Saturday night’s grand opening of The Hippie Museum in Springfield.
SCENE & HEARD Feb. 16
The beat goes on for Cottage Grove-based band
The music has never stopped. Through marriages, new jobs, kids being born, divorces, new bands, new marriages … the Windy Ridge Band members have seen it all since they formed a band in 1966.
SCENE & HEARD Feb. 9
Sequel serves up great music with good vibes
“I call this place ‘The Watering Hole,’” said keyboard/vocalist Geena Glaser, a part-time Cottage Grove resident. “Oftentimes, music venues we play are more like bars where people are accidentally there because they want to get a couple drinks with their friends, but this is a place where people come at the end of their day because it’s the community watering hole, and you can feel it. … We all feel like family between these walls.”
Community Jan. 26
SHERIFF’S OFFICE: CRESWELL
Online: Complete call logs Springfield police: coeapps.eugene-or.gov/SPDDispatchLog/Search Lane County Sheriff: map.citizenserviceportal.com/home/Agency?AgencyCode=EGS Fire & rescue: coeapps.eugene-or.gov/ruralfirecad
CLASSIFIEDS Jan. 26
Classifieds - Week of Jan. 27
SCENE & HEARD Jan. 13
Artists fuse dark poetry, music
COTTAGE GROVE – Life experiences. Mark Malefyt has enjoyed – and endured – his fair share of them. As a singer-songwriter, he loves being able to share many of those stories and the songs they inspired.
CHRONICLE1909 EXCLUSIVE Nov. 4
New general manager leads Springfield's Wildish Theater
FreeEntertainment Oct. 7
Todd Snider performing in southern Willamette Valley
The singer/songwriter and Oregon native is appearing at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts on Friday night.
News Jul. 28
‘A portrait of Cottage Grove’
If you have visited historic downtown this month, you have no doubt noticed art hanging in local businesses, 10 of them to be exact.
Community Jul. 23
A heroic effort by Bohemia Mining Days organizers
This past weekend the Bohemia Mining Days celebration was held in Cottage Grove. It would have been the 62nd BMD had Covid not forced the festival to take a year off. This is not in-depth coverage of the comeback year for BMD.
Community Jun. 23
Comedy builds to crescendo at The Grove’s Village Green
COTTAGE GROVE -- James Blame isn’t joking when he says comedy saved his life.