Eugene Magazine – Spring 2018: Though easily overlooked, the tech industry in Eugene has been here for quite some time, and it’s finally growing to the point when it can’t be ignored.
After realizing what a huge problem childhood dental disease in Oregon actually is, caring businesses and people devised a plan to deliver 30,000 dental care kits, one to every child in Lane County.
A broken bar stool led two homeowners who weren’t interested in moving to the steps of a home designed and built by Jordan Iverson of Iverson Signature Homes in Eugene. That chance meeting led to a new, industrial modern home built to perfectly suit the homeowners’ needs and desires.
In the annals of Eugene’s restaurant history, Café Zenon, Steelhead Brewery and Marché stand out more than most. The three restaurateurs who opened Rye three years ago brought with them decades of experience at those restaurants and others. With that pedigree, it’s not surprising that Rye has become one of Eugene’s most popular dinner houses.
Food used to be simple–people ate what they grew and traded for what couldn’t be produced on the home turf. Food was local, organic, grass-fed and cage-free because there was no system in place for it to be otherwise. The Willamette Farm & Food Coalition is working to bring back a system more like the […]