Wine Down Eugene July 31-August 6 I am still on Cloud Nine. Last weekend, I experienced my first International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) – a three day, Pinot-centric wine and food extravaganza that takes place annually in McMinnville, Oregon. With a...
By Maria Anderson for Eugene Daily News In the good old days before Prohibition, there was a great deal of wine made in warehouses in urban areas. In the 1960’s and 70’s, however, wineries and their consumers began wanting more pastoral, idyllic settings....
The Local Lunch Gals hit the town in style this past Friday: we were picked up in a totally awesome, completely renovated shuttle bus called My Party Bus. Painted entirely black on the outside, aside from the words My Party Bus, the inside has all the luxuries of a...
–Julia Crowley, EDN Whether you’re a seasoned wine connoisseur or just now starting to explore the world of wine, there are a plethora of wine related events happening in our beautiful southern Willamette Valley. Eugene knows how to keep us wine...
A "Doomsday Glacier?" Scientists Are Studying It.
Glacial melting has been considered a real threat to increases in sea level worldwide. Scientists are studying a special glacier that could reveal how much time is left before the potentially catastrophic rise in sea level occurs. I'll explain.
It's The New Year 2022. What's Your New Year's Resolution?
It's that time of the year again. Time for New Year's Resolutions. How did the practice of making resolutions get started. I'll explain.
A Time When We All Look For Meaning And Peace In Our Life.
It's Christmas once again and the pandemic is still hanging around. A particular Christmas hymn has been an inspiration for many people no matter what the circumstances were. I'll explain.
O Tanenbaum O Tanenbaum Where Are You?
The impact of our hot summer and intense heatwave in June has caused a problem that is complicating things now in December. There is a shortage of real Christmas trees. I'll tell you why.
The Season Is Over, But What A Season It Was
The 2021 Tropical Cyclone (Hurricane) season is over. Just how does it stack up with the before-season predictions? I'll explain.