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Notes on the Pulitzer arts winners: Novel featured in Corvallis library program honored

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced the other day. There are two sections, if you will, those awarded for journalism and those for the arts. The second batch are for things such as books, poetry and music. This newspaper published a lengthy story on the…

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A Poem on the Civil War 2k14

“Everyone has somewhere to go.” Head Coach Mark Helfrich made this statement earlier this week when someone brought up Thanksgiving. I imagine if another player, coach or friend didn’t take in our out-of-state Ducks there would be plenty of fans…

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Puppies and Alien Sex: A Night at the Eugene Poetry Slam

Eugene is known as a mecca of art. From the Last Friday Art Walk, to the Hult Center, to the summer Bach festival, artists have found a welcoming and supportive home in this city. We have everything from visual art to music and musicals to protest art from the Occupy Eugene crowd. A talented but obscure part of our art community is slam poetry. For the last decade, the Eugene Poetry Slam has hosted and promoted this unique form of poetry with hardly any media attention.

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