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The happiest of ‘happy hours’ can be found at Eugene local favorites

As the temperature continues to rise in anticipation of summer, locals make the most of their long afternoons by getting a jumpstart on evening festivities. In this iconic college town, one of the best kept secrets are the unique “happy hour” specials served up at your favorite bars. Get your …

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BooksFilm & TV

5 books to read this summer before they hit the silver screen

Few things are more fun than reading a good book and then watching the film adaptation. These five books will be made into movies within the next year.

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Are you “FED UP” yet? After Thursday’s screening, you might just be

On May 28, Just Food – University of Oregon in the Mills International Center, the UO Student Sustainability Coalition, Holden Center, and Cultural Forum will be hosting a free screening and informal discussion of “FED UP.” The latest buzzed-about documentary takes “filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig and journalist Katie Couric on a …

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Film & TVMusic

Billboard Music Awards recap: Swift sweeps as other memorable performances fill in the blank space

The 2015 Billboard Music Awards live from Las Vegas hosted by Ludacris and Chrissy Teigan brought together all the popular artists of this year for one night of awards and music. Performances from Mariah Carey, Imagine Dragons and a duet from Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea were just a few on the list of performances for the night.

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Time to get the heck out of dodge: Destinations to make the most of your Memorial Day Weekend

It is an unsaid rule among college students to “treat yo’self” and get as far out of town for the one break University of Oregon students look forward to all spring term: Memorial Day weekend. Whether you’re on a tight budget or if you’ve been saving pennies since Christmas, there’s …

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Arts & CultureEventsFilm & TV

The 2015 Black Maria Film Festival delights and enlightens Eugene movie-goers for a 6th time

Film festivals are always a treat, even more so when they’re right in your backyard. University of Oregon’s renowned Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art proudly hosted, for the sixth time, the 34th Annual Black Maria Film Festival on May 13, presenting nine diverse short films. The unique name of the festival …

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Arts & CultureEventsTheater

The Spring Student Dance Concert soars as students produce and choreograph its routines

The University of Oregon Department of Dance has been putting together their Spring Student Dance Concert 2015 since fall term.

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Arts & CultureFood

The tastiest dishes to seek out on Cinco de Mayo

Whether you’re celebrating at home or going out, here are some ideas for Mexican recipes and restaurants to satisfy all of your cravings this Cinco de Mayo.

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Arts & CultureEventsFood

Participate in The Grilled Cheese Experience for a great cause

There’s really nothing more satisfying than melted cheese between two slices of perfectly toasted bread. Just as delightful as the bread and cheese combination, during May 1-10, 15 restaurants in Eugene will be team up with FOOD For Lane County, whose “mission of the organization is to alleviate hunger by …

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What’s your favorite weird national holiday?

Aside from the traditonal holidays, weird national holidays actually exist and are not made up from someone on Facebook. Check out the upcoming holidays and the ones later in the year that you can start planning your celebrations for early.

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Review: ‘The Age of Adaline’ — Blake Lively sheds her ‘Gossip Girl’ image with flying colors

We’re used to romance films incorporating comedy, science fiction or history, but it’s not too often we see all of these in one well-written story — The Age of Adaline, however, doesn’t disappoint. Director Lee Toland Krieger, who also directed The Vicious Kind (2009) and Celeste & Jesse Forever (2012), has done it …

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Earth Day may be over, but UO’s Earth Week is still in full swing

The University of Oregon has honored Earth Day with a whole week of events, from Monday through Saturday, April 25.

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7 free (or almost free) things to do in Eugene this spring

Spring is coming and what better time to explore Eugene then in the sunshine. Ideas such as the the Eugene Saturday Market and the Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest are amongst the endless activites to consider checking out.

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

‘The Longest Ride’ Review: The latest Nicholas Sparks film adaptation rounds up more hearts than ever before

America’s cupid Nicholas Sparks, released his latest book-to-silver-screen adaptation Friday, titled The Longest Ride, starring Scott Eastwood (Clint’s son), Britt Robertson, Alan Alda, Jack Huston and Oona Chaplin. Sparks has become a bit notorious for his many films ranking sub-par in comparison to the blockbuster, The Notebook (2004). Since it’s release …

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

MTV Movie Awards recap: The B-Grade awards show for our stars

Last night was MTV’s annual Movie Awards, with appearances by Kevin Hart, Jennifer Lopez, Channing Tatum, Robert Downey Jr., and more. The evening was filled with jokes, cartoon cats and even a few musical performances as the large Los Angeles audience highlighted the past year’s best films. Up and coming comedian, Amy …

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Arts & CultureFood

5 recipes to try with spring fruits and veggies that are back in season

Spring brings great fruits and vegetables, here is what is in season and new recipes to try.

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Reboots of our favorite films soon to be taking over Hollywood

American filmmakers are notorious for remaking films from years ago that were the best of their time. Depending on the director, script rewrite and the cast, these films are a total hit or miss with the box office, fans and critics. Soon, studios in Hollywood will be releasing a monumentally …

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Finished with the latest season of your favorite female-led comedy series? Give these newbies a try

Now that you’ve finished Orange is the New Black, here are some other female-led comedy series you might enjoy.

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Film & TVSpring Break Guide

Spring break and binge watching Netflix go together like sun and sunglasses

Spring break is the best time to binge watch on Netflix. Here are twelve shows to spark your interest over the 7 day break.

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Arts & CultureFoodHealth

Enough with the juice cleanses — there are healthier options to help you look your best

Warmer weather is approaching and so is drastic diet season. Try these delicious and healthy recipes to get you looking and feeling your best.

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Film & TV

‘The Bachelor’ finale recap: Kiss those highlights goodbye, Whitney — you’re moving to Arlington

The season finale of The Bachelor left us with many questions and something new to look forward to in The Bachelorette.

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‘The Bachelor’ recap: Women Tell All as “Prince Farming” Chris shakes in his cowboy boots

In what is always The Bachelor’s most awkward episode, the eliminated contestants soberly discuss the show and their eliminations.

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Review: ‘Focus’ kept the audience unfocused

Warner Brothers released its latest flick on Friday, titled Focus, starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie. The film told the story some of us have all seen almost one too many times — the classic tale of a con man that falls for the apprentice, only to see his mastery …

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‘The Bachelor’ week 8 recap: #KaitlynForBachelorette

For #BachelorNation fans, this point of the season is practically Christmas. Last night, we encountered the one-on-one overnight date that end with the option for Chris and his lady to spend the rest of the evening in the much hyped #FantasySuite. The fantasy suite has always been an over-the-top deal …

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The 12 most memorable moments from the 87th annual Academy Awards

If you missed the Oscars, or just need to relive your favorite moments, don’t worry. We got you covered.

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‘The Bachelor’ recap week 7: off to Iowa

Week 7 continues to surprise us from who’s left and what Iowa really looks like. All of the girls prayers have been answered because next week they will be in Bali.

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'The Bachelor' recap week 6: Enough tears shed to end the California drought

We continued where we last left off at what originally seemed like quite the cliffhanger. After she regretted telling Chris about her late husband, Kelsey’s “panic attack” stunt emitted sympathetic attention, the elixir that seems to be keeping more than one of these ladies in the running for another week …

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Wipe away your dry skin with these tips

Got winter skin? Here are some DIY skin care recipes (straight from your kitchen) to keep your skin looking fresh.

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