There is very little that is pleasant or attractive about the homeless, apart from offering opportunities for popular songs (a la Phil Collins, Bruce Hornsby, Everlast).
You don’t need to look to a third world country to find a child in need – you only have to look as far as our community. If you can’t volunteer your time, take that $20 per month (one latte a week) and donate to the organizations that are working to stop Child Abuse.
If you could change one thing in Eugene, what would it be?
Since it’s the last Friday of September, what better way to start tonight off than at the Wandering Goat for the Last Friday Art Walk. The art of Jeff Mason goes on display tonight as he’s the new house artist for October. The evening kicks off around 6pm.
Laurel Hayles of The Club Circuit reviews the Diablo’s August 6 show with IB6 UB9 and The Eastman Band
Laurel Hayles spends a night in the hurt locker at John Henry’s – with surprising results.
We’re back in our element to stretch our respective experience envelopes, catching Eugene’s Saturday night eclectic mix of blues/folk rock, featuring all Eugene bands of Bryan Wood, B-Line, and Atomic Symphonic.
Review by Laurel Hayles of The Club Circuit
Pickpocket Eloquence, Coldfire, and Just The Tip – Live at the Black Forest Last Friday found TCC back downtown for some more local live music,…
NRQ’s 97 Days of Summer 2011 Concert Series kicks off with Cage The Elephant headlining at the McDonald Theatre on Tuesday, June 7, 2011, with Manchester Orchestra opening the show.