Jennifer Williams attended Junction City High School where she was the Editor of the Maroon and Gold school newspaper back in 2008. She spent time writing for the Tri-County Tribune a newspaper based in Lane County. Jennifer lives here in Eugene and enjoys touring local breweries, hiking the butte, and is an avid reader of the classics.
The Mushroom Council has partnered with The James Beard Foundation to start a movement to make burgers more nutritious and sustainable by blending mushrooms with the meat creating a more delicious and unique burger experience. They have created the Blended Burger Project, a nationwide competition calling for local chefs to compete to ‘Make Shroom for […]
Work Dance Company has sold out shows in both Eugene, and Portland. They have been the recipient of the Best in Eugene award two years running, for their over the top productions in Wonderland and Animal instinct.
Mike Weber opened Weber Bodyworks ten years ago. After a career change, he opened his shop for local car enthusiasts in the community to utilize the shops shared space, and allows the men unlimited access to the inventory of tools in the shop.
Not many people would pursue a career out of a hobby, but Medina has chosen to focus his love for designing and painting custom kicks into a potential future — in either color design or conceptual design for a large shoe market or brand.