Writer's Word of the Day: Damnuscript Damnuscript: Noun. The unsatisfactory pile of shite that mimics a manuscript and represents a damn waste of large amounts of time. Synonyms include: rough draft, bird cage liner, kindling.
Ah, meat. So delicious. So versatile. And, oy, so expensive. If you don't know what to look for. John Smith (all-about-meat.com) has been there — but on the other side of the counter. He's been the smiling face chopping up chops and selling you cut after cut of often the priciest stuff. But "after 31 … Read More
As a homebrewer, I often beg for request empty bottles from friends and local bars. While cleaning up and de-labeling a haul from the Bier Stein, an obvious idea hit me: Read the labels before scraping them off. You just might get ideas for beers you want to drink.From just one batch of bottles, this … Read More
Eugene has long some renown as a poetry scene. From what I gather the renown is still there, but the scene is more decentralized than it once was. Here are some leads and events you can check into if you're looking for some verse and spoken word here in Eugene (thanks to Serena from the … Read More
The new PRI, on Blair between 5th and 6th, opens soon! Business: Home | "Pizza eatery expands" | The Register-Guard. Pizza Research Institute — the non�traditional pizza restaurant with an equally nontraditional business plan — is moving from its longtime home in the Jefferson neighborhood to Whiteaker’s growing retail district. The move on May 1, … Read More