This time of year, nature shakes off its cloak of winter and color comes back into the world. Our meadows and hillsides are ablaze with bright yellow, red, pink and blue of seasonal wildflower displays.
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LeAnne Schilling, 24, owner of Curious K9 Boutique, comes from a family of dog lovers. Her father worked for canine enforcement for Customs in Texas. He’s trained dogs for police work, personal protection, search and rescue. Her parents also own Schilling’s Canine Social Club for dogs.
Ian McMenamin worked sweeping floors in a pet store at age 13, and was “mesmerized” by the saltwater reef tanks. He began growing coral for himself 10 years ago, slowly cultivating more exotic species, some of which can sell for $300 for a quarter-sized piece and take two years to grow. In time, coral aficionados […]
While the jury is still out on what causes autism, there’s no doubt that the disorder is something more and more people are learning to live with. The spectrum of autism disorders encompasses a wide range of symptoms and Autism Rocks! aims to celebrate those differences.
A new fitness franchise in Eugene has found a devoted following. Barre3 studio in downtown Eugene will “balance, strengthen and lengthen” your body through moves pulled from three of the best schools of fitness: yoga, pilates and ballet barre.
From the beginning of the Eugene 4J school district summer holiday June 17 to the first day of school September 7, you get 12 weekends–24 Saturdays and Sundays. Or if you’re counting in sum: 83 days of freedom (if you’re a kid). What are you gonna do with those days?
Is a tree more useful to us in a forest, or cut and used as a product? Whether we like it or not, the answer is yes. There’s no disputing the environmental importance of trees, but tree products are also used in unexpected places. Oregon trees find themselves in cellulose film for movies and photographs. […]
One of Oregon’s most beautiful scenic byways has a narrow window in which you can enjoy it. McKenzie Highway 242 runs over the McKenzie Pass from Belknap Springs to Sisters, and throughout most of the year it is generally covered with snow. But in late summer and fall, every twisty mile of the narrow, 34-mile-long, […]