At this point, it’s unlikely the two sides will come to terms—Poling and Occupy members have both publicly chastised the other side for not calling a meeting, and at other times, stated publicly that they would refuse to attend such a meeting.
This year, despite brief speculation that it would be cancelled, the seventh annual Tayberry Jam will be held from Aug. 3-5, this year, at Saginaw’s Cougar Mountain Farm. The general public is invited to attend, and camp under a full moon for the entirety of the festival.
Nearly every week Harnly offers a two three-hour-session Baristas Basics course, which takes place in her shop, with hands-on training occurring after the shop has closed. Three times over the course of summer, Harnly offers a more intensive 4-day Summer Barista Institutes for high schoolers.
Many writers only dream of being discovered and getting their work published in a prestigious volume. For local writer Jacob Boyd, that dream came true this spring when his short story “Lost Pine” earned him a place in the anthology L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Vol. 28, currently on bookstore shelves around the world.
A Photo Essay by Rob & Tracy Sydor (Digital Latte), for EDN When the ornamental Cherry Blossom trees at LaVelle Vineyards show their glorious pink blooms,…
Lunch Gals Maria and I love sushi, but Jennifer…not so much. So, when we found out Jennifer couldn’t meet us for lunch this past Friday, Maria and I decided to take advantage of an opportunity to enjoy the Japanese food we love.
If you didn’t know it already, there’s a food lover and wine enthusiast paradise located in the small town of Creswell: Heidi Tunnell Catering Company.
Since we started doing restaurant reviews, one of the things the Local Lunch Gals have quickly discovered about Eugene is that it is home to some truly unique, locally owned restaurants.
Recently, Eugene Daily News got a chance to speak with Matrisha Armitage, the drummer for Bajuana Tea. Matrisha is also the head of Grrrlz Rock, a local group dedicated to encouraging children to participate in music and the arts. In this interview, she discusses Bajuana Tea’s background, as well as the ins and outs of being married to your musical collaborator.
Now that the weather is warming up and the clouds are beginning to disperse to make way for the summer sun, many of the wineries have changed their hours to accommodate wine enthusiasts who love to spend time in wine country.