Arts & Culture

KLCC's Night Jazz presents a three hour Thanksgiving Gypsy Swing special on Thursday November 24 at 9 pm, with host David Gizara.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Midnight North has been building a following in recent years with their three-part harmonies and eclectic grooves. As well as regular touring across the landscape and recorded releases that include the latest ones Scarlet Skies and Stayin’ Single, Drinkin’ Doubles, they hold down a weekly gig at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael California, webcast to the world. 

  Kristin Collier’s new book Housewife: Home Remaking in a Transgender Marriage examines the complex dynamics of being married to someone who undergoes gender transition. She will speak in Eugene at the Hult Center as part of Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday, November 20th after a book launch event at Tsunami Books the same day. She talks with Eric About the nature of love, identity, communication and family.

  Music has been a part of war almost as constantly as weapons have been, throughout history. Its role in war is changing as the world changes too—something that’s examined in Lisa Gilman’s new book, My Music My War: The Listening Habits of U.S. Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Eugene Comic Con Is Back For Its Second Year

Nov 10, 2016
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The largest convention of comic book lovers happens over the summer in San Diego. But Eugene has its own version of Comic Con this weekend at the Lane Events Center.

Photo by Eric Alan

  Community Alliance of Lane County marks fifty years of working for peace and justice with a gala event at the UO Ford Alumni Center on Sunday, November 13th. Program Director Michael Carrigan and Johanis Tadeo, Community Organizer for CALC’s Springfield Alliance for Equality and Respect, speak with Eric Alan about the work, and how the election of Donald Trump is already impacting the Willamette Valley’s Latino community.  

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Daylight saving time happens early Sunday.  Many will sleep through the transition, but if you’re tending – or hitting bars – the rollback from 2 to 1-am means another hour…another round.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.

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