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Video: BrewofO

A local group home brews a variety of beers.

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Tips on keeping your bike safe and secure on campus

One of the most attractive qualities of Eugene is that it has an awesome bike culture. This year, our city was number nine on Bicycling Magazine’s top 50 bike friendly cities. Unfortunately, in 2006, Eugene also made Kryptonite Lock’s annual top 10 Worst Cities for Bicycle Theft List. That being …

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Mix up your dorm food rotation to avoid overdoing certain meals

Your first year of college is a year of transitions, and one of the most crucial transitions that a freshman must be prepared for is the move to dorm food. You’ve been complaining about the same old dinners your family made you in high school, and now you finally have …

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The Eugene Celebration brought the city together downtown

This past weekend, Eugenians from all over the city flocked downtown, which turned into one giant celebration. The Eugene Celebration began in 1983, as a way to revitalize the downtown area and bring the community in. Twenty-nine years later, the downtown area has changed and the event has evolved into …

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Summer in the City: Downtown Sustainable Style Fashion Show

On a warm evening in downtown Eugene, the usually busy streets were interrupted by a large white stage protruding from Kesey Square. The stage was surrounded by three groups of meticulously placed chairs, and Billie Moser stood giddy with anticipation, waiting for the fashion show to start. “It’s like a …

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Greg Proops brings his lines to the McDonald Theatre

The improv comedian and standup comic is best known for his work on the American television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”

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How to eat local on a budget

There are several places around campus that have farmer’s markets; another option includes online shopping.

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Le Jazz Hot: Americans in Paris

The John G. Shedd Institute will be bringing you an in-depth perspective on American and Parisian music from the first half of the 20th century.

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The Whiteaker neighborhood to host its 6th annual block party this Saturday

This Saturday, the Whiteaker neighborhood will continue to build community ties by hosting the 6th annual Whiteaker Block Party. The event will showcase vendors, art and fashion native to one of Eugene’s quirkiest neighborhoods. The block party originated six years ago from a small group of friends who decided to …

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No Shame Eugene brings community together with three simple rules

Tamathy Christensen takes count of what needs to be worked on tonight. “Everyone gets 10 minutes on the clock,” she said. The workshop begins with 9-year-old Ama Mykyta’s script, which appears to be a continuation of the final Harry Potter book. Then, Fred Roellig, 48, presents his piece about homeless people …

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Bite of Eugene brings food vendors and competitive chefs together

This past Friday, Eugene celebrated the fourth annual American Family Insurance Bite of Eugene at Alton Baker Park.

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CD release party for local band Bad Mitten Orchestre tonight

Native Eugene band Bad Mitten Orchestre will debut their third album, “Baby Gone Broke on Through” at their CD release party at the WOW Hall on Saturday, July 21. The band, which has been playing together since 2006, spent the last year recording their new album. Bad Mitten Orchestre will …

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Walking First Friday ArtWalk in Eugene

The event continues to shape a tight-knit artists’ community.

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Starting from scratch: Lopez Lomong’s journey from Africa to Olympic Trials

Lomong ran at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene last weekend and is back for the Olympic trials this month.

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Senior advice for future students

As seniors depart for the real world, they impart their advice and lessons for future students. Special Thanks To: Molly O’Connor, Claire Browning, Lawrence Hubbell, Jeff Matarrese, Patrick Malee, Trevor Helt, Edward Albertsons, Kate Taylor, and Katrina Turman [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/48220079″ iframe=”true” /]

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Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change Conference to begin tonight

[soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/47221890″ iframe=”true” /] Emerald News Radio interviewed Kathy Lynn, co-coordinator for the Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change conference on the event, the impacts of climate change on indigenous cultures, and conflicts in the dialogue between traditional ecological knowledge and western science.

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UO Graduate Creates Online Marketplace for the University Community

We interviewed the creator and founder of KnowUO, Paul Schweibinz, on the creation of this online market place targeted at the University. [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/47165894″ iframe=”true” /]

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