Zombies, racism and Craigslist on EDN: The Week in Review
Master Japanese koto player Mitsuki Dazai is presenting a Memorial and Concert for Japan Relief on Friday April 15, 7:30-9:00 pm at Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St. in Eugene.
The nuclear disaster is still going on in Japan, and radiation has been detected around the Pacific rim. The government reassures us, rightly so, that levels are not harmful in any way. I just can’t help thinking that a little more information, and a little more, and a little more, (ad infinitum) will always help.
Tim Chuey Forecast, Harry & David, Forrest Paint, peace march, Tillamook cheese E.Coli, coastal radiation testing, robbery suspect sought, new custody rights bill.
Tim Chuey Weather, corrupt law firm closed, recycling plant fire, new property tax bill, new city hall plan, homeless connect, radioactive plume
Tim Chuey weather, $70M bond, Sheldon Berman, fines and shame...jail?, new PAC, UofO vigil, flag lawsuit, City asks Civic slowdown.
Weather, gunshots, share the wine, no radiation risk, horse logger, murder trial.
By now even the most cautious among us have either hit the stores looking for iodide, or are thinking about it. We put up an article a couple of days ago about the rush to buy potassium iodide and later updated it to mention Kelp as an alternative. I'd like to say it was my medical knowledge and journalist instincts that brought about the update, but truth be told, it was my wife that sparked it.
Tim Chuey Weather, Freddys, time capsule, pot bust, walking miracle, Brian Lanker, lawsuit, looters.
Apparently some locals are fearing for their safety as nuclear reactors in Japan continue to degrade in the wake of the almost 9.0 magnitude earthquake. Fearing radiation may reach the West Coast, local stores have seen a huge spike in their sales of iodine tablets, often used with radiation exposure. Some stores are even selling