Cozmic Pizza

Photo by Eric Alan

Herb Ohta Jr., Chino Montero, and Keoki Kahumoku, along with hula dancer Christina Wong, are on tour, bringing their Made in Hawaii tour to the mainland. Before performing at Aloha Friday at Cozmic in Eugene, they stopped by the KLCC studios to play a few songs, and talk about Hawaiian culture, including sustainable pig farming.

Photo by Isabel A. Zacharias

Tony Furtado is one of the Pacific Northwest’s finest banjo and slide guitar players, with his eclectic mix of Americana, rock and beyond. He’s also an excellent sculptor. Live performance is where his music shines most, and before his performance in trio at Cozmic in Eugene on December 5thhe stopped in to play a few songs in the KLCC studios with his trio. The trio includes Luke Price on fiddle and Sam Howard on acoustic bass.

Photo by Isabel A. Zacharias

Mary Gauthier's redemptive songs have had great impact, over the course of more than half a dozen CDs and an endless string of live performances. After a rough childhood in Louisiana and young travels elsewhere, she's settled into Nashville and become a songwriting force there over the past decade.  Before performing at Cozmic in Eugene on Monday, November 18th, she stopped in at KLCC to perform a new song co-written with Fred Eaglesmith and two of her pervious classics, in a performance hosted by Eric Alan.

Cozmic Pizza to Air Documentary "Wild Things"

Nov 4, 2013

The documentary “Wild Things” will be shown free at Cozmic in Eugene tonight. 

The film is about progressive ranchers coexisting with wolves and other predators. It also focuses on

Wildlife Services, a branch of the Department of Agriculture. The agency has come under fire in recent years for the traps it uses to destroy and disperse animals considered to be a threat to agriculture, the public and the environment. John Mellgren, a staff attorney for the Western Environmental Law Center, says the traps don’t always get the targeted animals.