Photo courtesy of Eugene Register-Guard

The late Jon Sutton was a renowned Eugene composer and musician, whose creative talents extended into tapestries, silk-screen printing, oil and watercolor—even furniture design and photography of the Korean War. His legacy is being celebrated with a concert on April 7th by Eugene Vocal Arts and Eugene Concert

Good Gardening: Tulips And Daffodils

Apr 5, 2017
John Fischer

This is a terrible time to plant tulips or daffodils.  But it is the perfect time to get inspired by a colorful spring spectacle that has it's roots in a fall planting ritual.

Oregon State Legislature

The Oregon Senate approved two bills today [Wednesday] which would protect victims of sex trafficking from criminal convictions related to their own exploitation.

Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley held the Senate floor for more than 15 hours as he tried to halt the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Frank Gosar, Pottery Artist and Owner of Off-Center Ceramics
Sandy Brown Jensen

Frank Gosar and Off-Center Ceramics

Show: Viz City

Subject: Frank Gosar and Off-Center Ceramics. His website is

Date of Interview: Thursday, March 23, 2017

Date of Broadcast: Wed. April 5, 2017

Script: Sandy Brown Jensen

Sound: Terry Way

Video still from / Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde

Efforts to end Native American mascots – or keep them, with local tribes’ approval – have left 16 Oregon school districts until July 1st to act.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.  

Oregon Food Bank

Oregon food pantries have seen a decline in attendance in recent months. The Oregon Food Bank is worried fear among immigrant and refugee communities may be keeping families from seeking the food assistance they need.

Photo by Jenny Graham

Guilt, anger, revenge. Riotous hilarity, mortal enemies, Falstaff bigger than life, Prince Hal in a hoody. Yes, it’s “Henry IV, Part One” at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s intimate Thomas Theatre, to be followed in the summer by “Part Two.”

As directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, Shakespeare’s great history play, peppered with surprises, is staged in the round and set in modern times. We can almost reach out and touch the actors, and the actors certainly touch us with their electrifying emotions.

Eugene Ballet will present the world premiere of their original ballet of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen on April 8th and 9th at the Hult Center.


Oregon State University has announced its new Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer.