A Spectrum, from identity to cuisine

Spectrum is more than just a gay bar, new owner Helen Shepard says. “We are a queer establishment by the queer community for the queer community.” It’s about gender identity, they encourage...

Titans walk among heroes

The Eugene Comic Convention featured everything from art walks to celebrity signings, even some Lane Community College students showcased their growing businesses at the fairgrounds on Nov. 10. and Nov 11. EUCON...

‘Just try to understand what we’re dealing with here’

A killer who stalks with a rideshare app. Canvases painted with blood. A safe space for supernatural creatures. King Arthur and his knights fighting a pack of vampires. These are just a few –...

Ramadan builds strength and community

Ibrahim Hameedah speaks to a crowd about the meaning and significance of Ramadan to the Muslim community. Hameedah moved from Bethlehem, Israel to the U.S. and now owns the restaurant Cafe Soriah in...

‘Supported by listeners like you’

KLCC Program director Terry Gildea reviews the evening program with keynote speakers Tom Goldman and Jane Greenhalgh. Tom Goldman is a NPR Sports correspondent known for “Basketball: A Ticket Off the Reservation” that...

Meet the executives

Mattieson Parker votes during the 2018 student elections. Voting turnout for the elections was around two percent this year, almost double last year’s student participation. Between May 15 and 17, students at Lane Community...

Employees, employers meet and greet

Lane Community College students and local employers gathered on main campus for the annual LCC Job Fair on Thursday, May 17th. On top of learning about the local economy, students were able to connect...

Where the wildflowers are

Leisha Wood, a staff member at Mount Pisgah Arboretum, greets the Wildflower and Music Festival’s arrivals with a smile on May 20. Two buses made their rounds all day shuttling groups of visitors...

A poet and a comedian walk into a bookstore

Tim Shaner reads a script alongside local entertainer Ty Connor at Tsunami Books to a crowd of roughly 30 people. The script, written by Shaner, is a fusion of comedic anecdotes from his...