The exotic sound of Candelaria Band is coming to Eugene for the first time.
Even after seeing this movie I can’t say I have any desire to read Jane Austen’s novels. There is no appeal. However, there is a chance I’ll try Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith’s “Pride and Prejudice with Zombies.”
Although it wasn’t the normal crew of Gals for this particular lunch outing, two Eugene Daily News compatriots and I headed to Coburg Pizza Company…
That pastrami sandwich you’ve been craving can now be delivered to your door by an eco-friendly bike courier. Falling Sky Delicatessen, has partnered with the Cascadian…
A study conducted by the Oregon Department of Human Services Office of Adult Abuse Prevention and Investigations showed that financial exploitation of the elderly is common.
New gold, silver, and bronze winning beers from the 2013 Great American Beer Festival will be introduced, as well as winners from last year, at the inaugural Tap & Growler Beer Festival, which begins on Sunday, November 3 and continues through Saturday, November 9.
Happy Halloween from the EDN family to all our readers. Halloween is the one time of the year when fears are celebrated, and people actively seek out the thrill of being shocked and horrified. On Halloween, EDN asked people around Eugene what they’re scared of:
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Scary movies have a way of putting us in the mood for Halloween whether that’s by scaring us, stirring up nostalgia, or having a good laugh at the things that made us scared when we were kids. For me, horror films are an integral part of Halloween and hopefully these suggestions will help you find something to watch this last week of the Halloween season.
Benjamin Christensen may be baseball’s biggest fan, and he’s got the tattoos to prove it.