Imagine a conversation between John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald. Composer Stephen Sondheim and writer John Weidman did just that in their musical Assassins, which opens October 3 for a three-weekend run at Cottage Theatre. The production is the fifth show in the theatre’s 2014 season.
On demand transportation industry disrupter UBER is bringing their ridesharing experience to Eugene in the form of the ultimate Ice Cream Truck. Make that trucks.
The Festival of Eugene is a not-for-any-profit event that features local artistisans and crafters in a music festival. Booth fees have been made much more affordable to the average vendor at just $100 and no insurance requirement. In previous weeks, we were under the impression crafters and artisans needed to provide their own insurance. This […]
Come join us for the very first Cigar Box Guitar Fest Northwest where you can mingle with the area’s Cigar box guitar enthusiasts and builders of the fast growing Cigar Box Guitar phenomenon.
The Oregon Country Fair has released entertainment schedules for some of the stages at this year’s fair, with more to be released throughout June.
The Eugene Film Society website has launched and is now accepting registration for this summer’s EFS 72 Hour Music Video Competition.
Local wineries will be swinging their doors open for one of the South Willamette Valley’s most celebrated 3 day weekends: Memorial Day Weekend. Winery Open Houses will be happening throughout the valley, it’s the official kick-off to the summer season.
On Thursday, May 22, Ninkasi
Brewing in Eugene will be holding a Pints for a Cause event benefiting
Oregon Supported Living Program. During the entire day on Thursday, 25%
of all pint sales in the tasting room will be donated to OSLP.
Happening in a neighborhood full of artistic expression and a multitude of great breweries and inventive restaurants (the new Fermentation District), attendees can look forward to this event being held in the great outdoors, as it once was in the festival’s early days: 2014 Sasquatch Brew Fest
16 Tons will be pouring 70 different Wild Ales ranging from Farmhouse to Funky, from Tart to Tooth-Achingly-Acidic. Rustic, Sour, Barrel Aged, Spontaneously Fermented, and simply Wild ales.