South collides with west creating a dynamic sound so different from the mainstream it not only has to be heard, but needs to be heard!
If you know anything about the Campbell Club, it probably has to do with either its hippies or its parties — and if you know anything about its parties, it’s that they tend to get broken up. In recent years, the co-op has had two notable run-ins with the police — one in 2008 and […]
Saturday, July 20th at Luckey's Club: 933 Olive St. in Downtown Eugene.
This year, since we are so close in proximity to our neighboring Umpqua Valley wineries, I've decided to highlight their Memorial Weekend events in addition to highlighting the events happening at the South Willamette wineries.
Devil Makes Three, a band that is taking the alternative and folk nation by storm, will be performing at McDonald Theatre on November 11th. They are set to play with Jonny Fritz.
Rare Monk is an indie band from Portland, Oregon that dabbles with numerous instruments to create a great fusion of music that can experiment with a wide range of genres all at one time.
Eugene Daily News writer Sandy Harris talks about the Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers concert that took place on July 25, 2012. The Steep Canyon Rangers are a bluegrass band from North Carolina. They were voted bluegrass entertainers of the year, and have played on the lawn of the White House for the President of the United States.
Organized entirely by volunteers, the Blackberry Jam is run by a committee of fourteen core members and then receives assistance from many more volunteers during the actual three days of the event. As the festival takes place at a city park, it operates under the auspices of the City of Lowell.
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.
Today's hot spot may become tomorrow's cold sink, and the epicurean delights served on one enchanted evening may be replaced by barely acceptable fare the next.