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A few moments on Pinterest looking at homemade gifts is enough to make the craftiest of us feel woefully inadequate. Pinterest is the place where … Continue reading
Are cannabis flower bouquets, like, a thing now? ’Cause I’ve never heard of one. But with the prevalence of cannabis… well (gestures broadly), everywhere in … Continue reading
Growing up, the holidays were hard for my family. After the holiday break, I would always return to my Chicago private school — that I … Continue reading
I used to be crafty. I’ve made flax pillows as Christmas gifts, baked cookies, been thoughtful. I’m not sure what happened, but that’s just not … Continue reading
When you work at a newspaper, there’s always someone who wants your attention to cover their story, their event, their product. One simple way companies … Continue reading
The guys at Back Forty Woods in Eugene handcraft Oregon wood into products that capture the beauty and grit of the Pacific Northwest’s countryside while … Continue reading
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To find Sandra Patton, creator and curator of handmade mushroom earrings, I weave through the toe-to-toe crowd packing the Mount Pisgah Arboretum at the 2017 … Continue reading
Trillium Clothing has succeeded where few other small businesses in Eugene have succeeded. The co-op minded partners uprooted themselves from the Saturday Market and started … Continue reading
When shopping for the people you love during this season of giving, shopping local can bring joy to every party involved. In Eugene, I like … Continue reading
Artists should be easy to buy presents for, right? They all live in poverty and are pleased to receive anything of value. A $5 gift … Continue reading
To you, it’s a gas station. To me, it’s a one-stop party shop. Between my job as a journalist and my hobby as an equestrian, … Continue reading
If you have a friend who lives in the woods or in a bunker for much of the year, you know how difficult it can … Continue reading