-run newspaper at Northwest Christian University. ''Eugene Magazine'', Lane County's Lifestyle Quarterly and ''Eugene Living'', Sustainable Home and Garden magazine also serves the area. ''Adelante Latino'' is a Spanish Newspaper in Eugene, it serves all of Lane County. Television Local television stations include KMTR (NBC), KVAL (KVAL-TV) (CBS), KLSR-TV (Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)), KEVU-CD, KEZI (ABC (American Broadcasting Company)), KEPB (PBS
, 2010 * Oregon Festival of American Music,
debut album ''Briefcase Full of Blues'' is dedicated to Salgado and Cab Calloway's character in ''The Blues Brothers (The Blues Brothers (film))'' film is named after Curtis. For six years he performed with Robert Cray's band, and sang lead on Cray's debut album. Later in 1995 he spent a short stint as the lead vocalist with the latin rock band (band (music)), Santana (Santana Blues Band). NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship Eugene (Eugene, Oregon), U.S. (United States) bgcolor "gold" align "center" 1st * The Mile Square in Oxford, Ohio (Miami University) * West University (West University, Eugene, Oregon) in Eugene, Oregon (University of Oregon) * Central and South Oakland (Oakland (Pittsburgh)) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh) location Santiam Pass, Oregon, U.S.
. country United States location Eugene (Eugene, Oregon), Oregon San Rafael (San Rafael, California), California Novato (Novato, California), California url right thumb 420px The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts (File:The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts - Eugene, Oregon.jpg) '''The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts''', or '''The Shedd Institute''', is a performing arts company, cultural arts center, and community
music school in Eugene (Eugene, Oregon), Oregon, United States. Located in downtown Eugene, The Shedd Institute has 3 performance venues, various community meeting rooms, and extensive music education facilities. It presents annually an array of culturally-diverse festivals, concert series and educational programs that focus on, but are not limited to, American music in all of its forms and variations. This highway was the original routing of U.S. Route 28 through the Oregon Cascades until 1952, when it was redesignated as part of U.S. Route 126 (U.S. Route 126 (Oregon)) (now Oregon Route 126). This highway was built in the 1920s and was the only highway over the Cascades going east out of Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) until 1962, when a gravel road heading north from Belknap Springs to U.S. Route 20 (U.S. Route 20 (Oregon)) at Santiam Junction was widened and paved. At that point, the new alignment was designated as US 126, and the old alignment was renamed OR 242. OR 242 is now considered primarily a scenic route. As a result, it is not plowed or sanded, and is thus closed during winter—generally from November 1 until about the July 1 every year, although snows have closed it as early as Labor Day in the past. Snow packs of up to fourteen feet are common on the summit of the road; snow gates are located
in Eugene. Politicians from Eugene include U.S. Senators Wayne Morse and Paul Martin Simon, as well as Congressmen Jim Weaver (Jim Weaver (Oregon politician)) and Peter DeFazio. Actors of note include Jenny Wade (Jenny Wade (actress)), Howard Hesseman and David Ogden Stiers, while Bryce Zabel chaired the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Author Ken Kesey also called the city home, as did Nike co-founder Phil Knight. Other past residents include Eugene Lazowski
. Radio station KRVM (KRVM (AM)) is an affiliate of Jefferson Public Radio, based at Southern Oregon University. The Pacifica Radio affiliate is the University of Oregon student-run radio station, KWVA. Additionally, the community supports two other radio stations: KWAX (classical) and KRVM-FM (alternative). AM Stations * KOAC (KOAC (AM)) 530 Corvallis – NPR News Talk (Oregon Public Broadcasting) * KUGN 590 Eugene – NEWS TALK (Cumulus) *KXOR (KXOR (AM)) 660 Junction
and was a teacher to many upcoming younger builders. His development was helped by a grant from the Ford Foundation in Spring 1971 which enabled him to do intense study of about 100 historic organs in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy. He has continued his studies at every possible time since. Early life Lyons was born in Tacoma, Washington, and grew up in Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) and Beaverton, Oregon. He graduated from Beaverton High School
The basketball arena, McArthur Court, was built in 1926.
of the few medium-sized family newspapers left in the United States. alias origin Eugene, Oregon, United States genre Rock (Rock (music)), Alternative rock Seminal years
, Gutenberg College, and Pacific University's Eugene campus. Public schools The Eugene School District includes four full-service high schools (Churchill (Winston Churchill High School (Eugene, Oregon)), North Eugene (North Eugene High School), Sheldon (Sheldon High School (Eugene, Oregon)), and South Eugene (South Eugene High School)) and many alternative education programs, such as international schools (IB Diploma Programme) and charter schools. Foreign language
'''Eugene''' ( east of the Oregon Coast.
As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), Eugene has a population of 156,185, and Lane County (co-located with the Eugene-Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) Metropolitan Statistical Area (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas)) (MSA) has a population of 351,715.
Eugene is home to the University of Oregon. The city is also noted for its natural beauty, recreational opportunities (especially bicycling (Cycling), running jogging, rafting, kayaking), and focus on the arts. Eugene's slogan is "A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors". It is also referred to as the "Emerald City", and as "Track Town, USA". Caple, Jim (July 4, 2008). "Why did we have to wait so long for the trials to return to Pre Country?". ESPN. Retrieved 2010-06-07. The Nike corporation (Nike, Inc.) had its beginnings in Eugene.