Written by Anthony St. Clair for oneword December 4, 2006 07:35 PMHe sank his feet deep in the clay of the running river. It squished between his toes, tactile caviar, the sun on his face, so warm, and the cold, cold water rushing over, and over, and over his feet. "Are you going to cross … Read More
Link: Eugene, reimagined – The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, USA. Imagine it: a Flintstones-meets-Jetsons landscape with volcano-shaped buildings spanning wide green spaces, or structures layered like stacks of flower petals or even flattened footballs, all of it connected by ribbonlike webs of pedestrian walkways 16 feet off the ground. Now imagine it in downtown Eugene.
Link: Eugene Poetry Slam. Eugene Poetry Slam 3rd Slam of the Season Saturday Dec. 2nd 2006, 7:30pm The Fenario Gallery (881 Willamette St.) $5 Cover – All Ages From mistress of slam Jorah: Slam Season Has Begun: This Saturday, December 2nd the Eugene Poetry Slam will continue with the second round of poetic competition in … Read More
Writerly inclined, or maybe just looking for bookish holiday gifts? Then head to the Eugene Library from 7-10pm for authors, and artists and more: Link: Eugene Weekly : Calendar : 11.30.06. If signed copies of books (or locally made art) are on someone’s holiday wish list, look no further than the 2006 Authors and Artists … Read More
A lifelong goal of mine is to attend at least one performance of every Beethoven symphony. I’ve got the Sixth and the Third so far — and on Dec. 9, we’re going to the Ninth: Eugene Symphony & Beethoven’s Ninth, at Eugene’s Hult Center Beethoven’s Ninth Saturday, December 9, 8pm Eugene Symphony, Giancarlo Guerrero, Conductor … Read More
Whoops — I completely forgot to blog yesterday. Thought I had, but apparently anticipation of brewing some beer addled my brains. Last night, Jon, Jodie, Mary and I did a massive bit of beer work. With our maiden voyage batch, an Alaskan amber clone, polished off, we cleaned out a keg, transferred over a just-matured, … Read More