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Cutting the Cable: Week 2

The true cord-cutters test will come this Sunday evening when we have friends over to watch the Walking Dead and we’re able to pull it off without a hitch. On the other hand, I am starting to believe that I was only afraid of losing cable because cable wanted me to be afraid of losing it. With the set up we have going now, and thanks to some late-night homework on my part, I believe I’m more than prepared for any of my family’s audio/video entertainment needs.

Cutting The Cable

How much is your cable bill? How about when you let it slide for a few weeks? Ever pick it apart and read the fine print? Now let me ask you this: Do you know what Stockholm Syndrome is?

Schools Out For Summer!

Schools Out For Summer! – Lindsey Asay, EOTC I may be alone in this , but anyone else feel like the school year went by pretty fast? I can’t believe that today is the last day of school. In my house it means saying goodbye to 4th grade and hello to a summer of hearing, “I’m bored…can […]

It’s A LU’AU!

A FREE LU’AU! On May 20, 2011, EOTC Students of LCC’s American Design Drafting Association, are throwing a luau today from 2-6pm. This event is being held at the longhouse on LCC’s main campus (4000 E. 30th Avenue).  There will be performances by Kumu Iwalani and Island Arts will feature traditional and contemporary hula as well […]


Be it light or dark, in a keg or in a cup, Eugenians love beer and are showing it in a big way. The first annual Eugene Beer Week kicks off May 2nd and runs through May 8th.

Off To Market

If you have never been to the Saturday Market, then well……you’ve never truly experienced Eugene. Saturday April 2nd, the Saturday Market returns to downtown Eugene for its 41st year.

Good Karma AND a Frog Suit

Henry David Thoreau once said “Wealth is the ability to fully experience life”. I find this interesting coming from a man who wrote a book about simple living and embracing your surroundings. Wealth may open more doors, but I think embracing your surroundings and your community is fully experiencing life…..and Spring is the perfect time to do it!

No Pot of Gold Needed

Tomorrow, a large majority of Eugene will be wearing green of a different kind. Celebrated on March 17th internationally, Saint Patrick’s Day is a holiday commonly known for shamrocks, leprechaun’s and green beer. So much so that it is in fact one of the leading days for alcohol consumption in the United States.

Mud Pies for Grown-Ups

via Wikipedia

If you long for the days when you were an amazing macaroni artist or avid wielder of a paintbrush, long no more. Here are some places to get crafty on the cheap.

Confucius Would Never Pay a Cover

Regardless of if you go to play music or to listen, your bank account will thank you!

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