Down but not out

A lot of people have asked Josh Peterson why he calls this his comeback season. After all, he is not recovering from a sports injury, which is what most people think about...

From Asia, with drums

Upon entry of the 34th annual Asian Celebration on Feb. 16 and 17, folks were struck by the potent scent of Asian cuisine. The stages throughout the Lane Events Center showcased an...

Laundry spins funk punk

They told me about this band, Laundry. They failed to mention their music would take control of me and force me to dance my way through the night. It...

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...

Stories from the ‘Pacific Circuit’

At a panel on human trafficking, Diana Janz, third from left, answers a question from an audience member about controlling social media use. At the May 23 panel at the Actor's Cabaret Theater...

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...

‘Just like heaven’

TheXplodingboys’ bassist, Michelle Pecchia finds her groove during her band’s performance at Old Nick’s Pub. The band performed The Cure’s 1985 album “The Head on the Door” in its entirety, as well as...

New police chief promises new era

New Eugene Chief of Police Chris Skinner speaks to the attendees at his swearing-in ceremony. The former police chief of Richland, Washington plans to use predictive data analysis and community outreach techniques to...

Lane students shine at art walk

“Queen of Wands,” by Frédérique Cháteau was on display at the First Friday Artwalk in downtown Eugene on April 6, 2018. Lane Arts Council presents First Friday ArtWalks, year-round art tours that visit multiple...