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Florence Events Center
10:57 am
Fri January 17, 2014

Winter Folk Festival in Florence

The Brothers Four

The Twelfth Annual Winter Folk Festival will be held in the Florence Events Center this Saturday and Sunday, January 18th and 19th. Music from John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Brothers Four and 2-Bit Palomino, plus an interview with Hal Weiner, director of the the Winter Folk Festival.

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Oregon State University
6:06 am
Fri January 17, 2014

Elena Passarello, from Scream to Song

Elena Passarello wins the Stanley and Stella Shouting Contest.

The tenth anniversary of Presidential candidate Howard Dean’s infamous career-damaging scream is  Sunday, January 19th. Elena Passarello honors this scream, alongside those of Marlon Brando and Roger Daltrey, and the famous Wilhelm Scream, which has been used in 350 movies. Elena Passarello is an Oregon Book Award finalist for her book of essays on the human voice, Let Me Clear My Throat. She was the first woman to win the annual Stanley and Stella Shouting Contest in New Orleans, and teaches at Oregon State University.

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Crime & Law
6:39 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Sandy Hook School Shooter Apparently Called In To KWVA In 2011

The man who carried out the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut apparently called Eugene radio station KWVA a year before the shooting to discuss the 2009 mauling of a Connecticut woman by a chimpanzee.

The caller, believed to be Adam Lanza, used the name Greg when he was on the air with John Zerzan, host of Anarchy Radio. The caller blames civilization for the chimp's attack.

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Climate Change
2:06 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Appeals Court Hears Climate Suit

17-year-old Kelsey Juliana of Eugene is calling on Oregon to do more to address climate change.
Credit Rachael McDonald

Two young Eugene women had their day in court  Thursday in a lawsuit asking the state of Oregon to do more to prevent climate change.  A three judge panel of the Oregon Court of Appeals heard arguments at the University of Oregon Law School in Eugene.

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Storycatchers
6:42 am
Thu January 16, 2014

Working on the Railroad

Alan Murphy
Credit Storycatchers

Alan Murphy is a longtime Eugene resident who worked with Southern
Pacific Railroad for 38 years. Story Catchers co-founder Marsha Barr
talked to Alan about his experiences on the railroad and how things have
changed.

Edited by Evelyn Thorne.

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Natural World
6:00 am
Thu January 16, 2014

Natural World: Starlings

Agriculture has changed the character of the Willamette Valley significantly.  There is much less diversity.  Introduced species and surviving natives have formed a new order and a balance of sorts.

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The Very Little Theatre
6:00 am
Thu January 16, 2014

The Language Archive

The Very Little Theatre presents The Language Archive, from January 17th through February 1st. The play is centered around a specialist in dying languages who has trouble with the language of his own life. Director James Aday and assistant director/actress Nancy Hopps join Eric Alan to talk about listening and the language of love.

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Douglas County Parks
5:14 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Mildred Kanipe Park Logging In Question

Credit mildredkanipepark.org

An outpouring of opposition to logging has delayed a decision by Douglas County Commissioners on the future of a public park.

Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park near Oakland is over a thousand acres. The parks department requires it to cover its own costs. A planning committee has recommended clear-cutting 20 acres of the park. A campground, built with the logging revenue, would make the park self-sustaining.

Gary Groth is Douglas County's Parks Director. He says the county has to follow a court judgment to raise money. It requires the county to use "sustained yield."

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Crime & Law
4:42 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Pantsless Man Attempts To Elude Police On I-5

Credit Oregon State Police

The northbound lanes of 1-5 were temporarily closed Tuesday afternoon north of Creswell after a man attempted to elude state troopers.

The man, whose name has not been released, allegedly purposefully hit a school bus with his passenger car.  The bus and car pulled over to the shoulder, where the man took his pants off and tried to enter the bus.  No students were on board, only a female bus driver.

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WOW Hall
3:27 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Austin Jenckes Live at KLCC

Left to right: Michael Canning, Cody Beebe, Austin Jenckes, Skyler Mehal, Eric Alan.

Austin Jenckes originally hails from the small town of Duvall, Washington, although in recent times he’s been centered in Nashville, and has gained national attention this past year through his appearances as a finalist on NBC’s hit TV show The Voice. Back in the Pacific Northwest for a tour with Seattle band Cody Beebe and the Crooks, he stopped by the KLCC studios with Cody Beebe and Skyler Mehal for an in-studio performance and interview with Eric Alan.

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