Home is where your heart is” or sometimes home is not where you are physically, but a place you carry IN your heart despite the distance. Just the thought of it, makes you smile and feel happy….or homesick, in my case. A big piece of my heart belongs to Cesano, Senigallia.
Last week we were hit by our first Winter windstorm. I’ll show you the ingredients it took to make this “Near-Perfect Storm.”
Mariota did not just win the Heisman, he pretty much won it by a landslide. He was named on over ninety percent of all ballots. He is not only the first to win the award from the University of Oregon, but also to win the award from the State of Hawaii
Where Did The Week Go: Centuries-old time capsule unearthed, ‘A Christmas Tale’ movie pick and a neighborhood light show in California.
Film Fanatic: Sony and Marvel discussed sharing Spider-Man, a McDonald’s movie in development and J.C. Chandor talks about directing oil rig disaster movie.
The holiday season is here. With that, fond memories of the many great times spent in Italy with my family. Decorating the tree: year after year, using the same ornaments and the same short, beaten-up artificial tree from which we couldn’t depart such we loved him so much.
One of the most interesting parts of writing about Oregon wines is the sheer variety to choose from. I can drive an hour north and try some perfect Pinot noirs that represent the cool climate they were produced in. I also have the option to drive an hour south from Eugene and try some excellent […]
Oregon finished the season ranked second in the College Football Playoff Top 25. The final ranking of the Top Four included Alabama at one, Oregon at two, Florida State at three and Ohio State from the Big Ten coming in fourth. Mark Helfrich and Company are in the perfect spot in the College Football Playoff.
When discussing “the bar” different folks have their own idea of what the subject matter is. The bar I am talking about is at the mouth of a river. A pilot program makes getting bar condition reports easier for boaters on the Umpqua River. I’ll explain.
I like to spend time on the field prior to the game. I usually find several players warming up and you see what they look like without helmets on. I usually see the same players out but this time Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner were out going through some drills.