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  • Entresol
    par Eugene Weekly le 07/03/2019 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, EW arts contributor Will Kennedy talks with musician Joshua Isaac Finch of Entresol on the new release How Quickly We Normalize What Feels Like The End Of The World. Kennedy also previews some upcoming concerts […]

  • Our Favorite I Saw Yous of 2018
    par Eugene Weekly le 27/12/2018 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, Eugene Weekly staffers dramatically read their favorite I Saw Yous from the year. I Saw Yous are sort of like modern day love letters that EW readers send in about strangers on the street, loved ones, friends and whoever. Get ready for some […]

  • Winter Reading 2018
    par Eugene Weekly le 13/12/2018 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, Eugene Weekly staffers discuss some of their favorite reads from this year — from novels and nonfiction to short stories and children’s books. The royalty free music we used in this podcast was: […]

  • Surfs Drugs
    par Eugene Weekly le 21/11/2018 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, EW arts contributor Will Kennedy talks with musician Berg Radin of Eugene band Surfs Drugs on the band’s new album, Radin’s musical history with bands like And And And and more. And we get to hear a […]

  • Mid-Term Elections 2018
    par Eugene Weekly le 08/11/2018 à 8:00

    On this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, host Meerah Powell talks with EW news reporter Henry Houston about the results of the mid-term elections. Powell and Houston touch on the governor’s race, statewide measures, Lane County races and more for a […]

  • 2018 Horror to Watch
    par Eugene Weekly le 25/10/2018 à 7:00

    Eugene Weekly writers, and horror lovers, Rick Levin and Meerah Powell discuss the scariest shows and movies to check out this season. From monster movies to psychological thrill rides, we’ve got it all. […]

  • Betty Jaeger
    par Eugene Weekly le 16/10/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, EW arts contributor Will Kennedy catches up with musician Betty Jaeger, now of Baroque Betty and formerly of other groups Betty and the Boy and Betty and the Babes. Jaeger plays a song for us live, in-studio. […]

  • Magic Men Live hits Eugene
    par Eugene Weekly le 04/10/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, host Meerah Powell chats with EW intern Amber Cecil about her experience seeing the Magic Men Live, all-male revue, show at McDonald Theatre. Amber will be producing a story on the show in the near future. […]

  • Sammy Warm Hands
    par Eugene Weekly le 20/09/2018 à 7:00

    EW arts contributor Will Kennedy chats with local musician Sam Wartenbee on his various musical projects throughout the years, most notably his rap project Sammy Warm Hands. Sammy Warm Hands is releasing a new album, called “Figures of Speech." […]

  • Bravo: Upcoming Performing Arts
    par Eugene Weekly le 07/09/2018 à 3:53

    This episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast revolves around EW’s issue of Bravo, a preview of upcoming live performing arts. Host Meerah Powell chats with EW senior staff writer Rick Levin about what he’s looking forward to in upcoming theater. She also touches […]

  • Tech-ing on Implicit Bias
    par Eugene Weekly le 23/08/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening, host Meerah Powell talks to EW writer Amber Cecil about her story on a virtual reality program training teachers on implicit bias in the classroom. […]

  • Paul Quillen
    par Eugene Weekly le 09/08/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, arts contributor Will Kennedy sits down with local musician Paul Quillen to discuss his debut EP. Tune in to listen to some tracks from Quillen, hear about his recording and songwriting process and more. […]

  • Whiteaker Block Party and This Patch of Sky
    par Eugene Weekly le 26/07/2018 à 7:00

    In this episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening Podcast, EW arts contributor Will Kennedy chats with Kit Day of local post-rock band This Patch of Sky to preview this year’s Whiteaker Block Party happening in the Whiteaker neighborhood Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018. Hear details […]

  • Get Prepared for Fair
    par Eugene Weekly le 11/07/2018 à 7:00

    On this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, host Meerah Powell chats with two EW writers, freelancer Will Kennedy and intern Taylor Griggs, about the stories they wrote for EW’s Oregon Country Fair issue. […]

  • Chow: Lane County Summer Eats
    par Eugene Weekly le 28/06/2018 à 7:00

    This episode of What’s Happening accompanies our quarterly issue of Chow, a collection of stories about the best eats in the area. EW freelancer Will Kennedy and EW calendar editor and staff writer Henry Houston talk about a few of the spots they visited […]

  • Summer Guide
    par Eugene Weekly le 14/06/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of Eugene Weekly’s What’s Happening podcast, host Meerah Powell chats with EW’s calendar editor and staff writer, Henry Houston. Henry edited this year’s Summer Guide, Eugene Weekly’s annual multi-month calendar of summertime events in and […]

  • Caitlyn Jemma
    par Eugene Weekly le 06/06/2018 à 7:00

    In this episode of What’s Happening, Eugene Weekly arts freelancer Will Kennedy catches up with local singer-songwriter Caitlin Jemma and chats about her newest album, “Love Notes,” and her current tour. Catch Caitlin Jemma at Sam Bond’s Garage on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. […]

  • Integrating Writing and Nature at Springfield High School
    par Eugene Weekly le 01/06/2018 à 7:00

    This week’s episode of What’s Happening corresponds with a cover story by EW senior staff writer Rick Levin out May 31, 2018. The story is about Ivan Miller, a teacher at Springfield High School, and his integration of the exploration of nature and the skillsets of journalism. Check out […]

  • Deepak Chopra at the Hult Center
    par Eugene Weekly le 03/05/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, host Meerah Powell talks with doctor, author and advocate for integrative medicine Deepak Chopra. Chopra is speaking at The Hult Center on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. Make sure to grab a print issue of Eugene Weekly in its little red boxes every […]

  • The Failure of Biking in Eugene
    par Eugene Weekly le 19/04/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, host Meerah Powell talks with local biking advocate Brad Foster about a piece he wrote for the Weekly on how the state of cycling in Eugene has become a failure. Foster debunks Eugene’s “bike-friendliness,” talks about […]

  • Chicago Synth Pop Duo Zigtebra Plays Hi-Fi
    par Eugene Weekly le 03/04/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, EW music freelancer Will Kennedy chats with Chicago synth-pop duo Zigtebra about DIY touring for nine months, secret shows and their upcoming Eugene performance at Hi-Fi Music Hall’s lounge on Saturday, April 7. Music in this […]

  • CERTified Disaster Preparedness Advice
    par Eugene Weekly le 20/03/2018 à 7:00

    In this week’s What’s Happening podcast, host Meerah Powell talks to former EW reporter Kelly Kenoyer about a story she wrote on CERT (the Community Emergency Response Team) and about disaster preparedness in general. After participating in a month-long CERT training for the story, […]

  • Swiping While Black
    par Eugene Weekly le 07/03/2018 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, host Meerah Powell talks about a story she wrote about online dating as a black woman in Oregon. She chats with a close friend about her experiences online dating on platforms like OKCupid and Tinder and with a non-binary trans person about […]

  • 2017 In Review
    par Eugene Weekly le 04/01/2018 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, host Meerah Powell talks with Eugene Weekly staffers and freelancers about their favorite music, movies, theater and news events from the last year. We catch up with EW freelancer Will Kennedy who muses about local bands like VCR, Nudie Mags […]

  • Pancho and MASV’s Black Christmas Pageant
    par Eugene Weekly le 14/12/2017 à 8:00

    In this week’s What’s Happening, Eugene Weekly arts freelancer Will Kennedy chats with Stephen Buettler from local band Pancho + The Factory about an event his band and MASV (Musicians Against Sexual Assault) are putting on at Hi-Fi Music Hall on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. The event […]

  • The Humorous Hari Kondabolu
    par Eugene Weekly le 15/11/2017 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, we catch up with Eugene Weekly arts freelancer Will Kennedy about his interview with Indian-American comedian Hari Kondabolu. Kondabolu talked about a documentary he created called “The Problem with Apu,” current events and […]

  • Lane County Election Endorsements
    par Eugene Weekly le 06/11/2017 à 8:00

    In this week’s episode of What’s Happening, Eugene Weekly News Reporter Kelly Kenoyer talks with EW’s Editorial Board members Anita Johnson and Camilla Mortensen about the paper’s election endorsements. Make sure to check out Eugene Weekly in print, out every Thursday, or […]

  • Horror Movies to Watch This Halloween
    par Eugene Weekly le 25/10/2017 à 7:00

    Eugene Weekly staffers Meerah Powell and Rick Levin discuss some of their favorite horror films throughout the eras in this spooky Halloween bonus episode of What’s Happening. Don’t know what you should be watching this All Hallows’ Eve? We’ve got you covered. So get some […]

  • Antifa
    par Eugene Weekly le 19/10/2017 à 7:00

    Eugene Weekly news reporter Kelly Kenoyer chats with Dante Douglas, an antifascist and member of Eugene’s Democratic Socialists of America chapter, about what antifa means to him and how the Eugene community is organizing to combat fascist threats. Read Kenoyer’s full cover story in our […]

  • Making Fun Ain’t Funny with Dolly
    par Eugene Weekly le 18/10/2017 à 7:00

    Eugene Weekly news reporter Corinne Boyer talks about a story where she got the chance to talk with the illustrious country singer-songwriter, Dolly Parton, about her new anti-bullying children’s album and Imagination Library, a foundation which provides books to kids in order to improve […]

  • Northern Travel: The Meaning of a Place
    par Eugene Weekly le 05/10/2017 à 7:00

    In this week’s What’s Happening Podcast, visit a story from our Northern Travel issue — EW News Reporter Kelly Kenoyer's history with Ketchikan, Alaska. This episode is straight-forward audio storytelling with Kenoyer narrating the experiences she’s had with her family in […]

  • The Firing of OBF’s Matthew Halls
    par Eugene Weekly le 21/09/2017 à 7:00

    In this audio interview, we catch up with EW Arts Editor Bob Keefer about the story he broke on the firing of Matthew Halls, the Oregon Bach Festival’s Artistic Director. Halls was fired near the end of August 2017, years before his contract was supposed to expire in 2020. Keefer talks about […]

  • Black Hole Sun
    par Eugene Weekly le 07/09/2017 à 7:00

    In this week’s What’s Happening podcast we revisit the total solar eclipse that occurred on Aug. 21 and listen to reporting and interviews from EW news reporter Corinne Boyer who was stationed up in Salem for the astronomical event. We also hear from news reporter Kelly Kenoyer and […]

  • Our Favorite Things – Summer 2017
    par Eugene Weekly le 24/08/2017 à 7:00

    The pilot episode of EW’s quarterly “favorites” podcast kicks off with reviews of a wacky multimedia sports story, a political punk album and an emotional, yet comedic, movie. Our Favorite Things touches on EW staff, freelancers and interns’ favorite things they’ve […]

  • 50% Invisible
    par Eugene Weekly le 10/08/2017 à 7:00

    For this week’s What’s Happening podcast, we take a look into the concept of bisexual erasure for Eugene Weekly’s upcoming Pride issue. EW reporter Kelly Kenoyer talks with bisexual people who feel ignored, and even invisible, in the LGBTQ community — as well as her own […]

  • Tank
    par Eugene Weekly le 27/07/2017 à 7:00

    Tank […]

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