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SUNDAY 11/15/2020 - Week 1141 - Comcast Xfinity Channels 29 & 1088


12:00 AM

EUG Parade 2020: "Bounce Forward"! THE EUG PARADE BRINGS EUGENE'S QUIRK TO THE PEOPLE! THE 2020 EUG Parade/Pet Promenade premiered its first ever "virtual parade" experience Sunday, October 4, with an hour and 14 minute video compilation of local entries created by 27 different organizations, from Eugene's Raging Grannies to the Eugene Family YMCA, focusing on the theme "Bounce Forward." Originally scheduled to debut on September 20, the Parade Committee rescheduled the event due to the impact of local wildfires on the area last month, allowing groups more time to produce their entries safely. The video, produced by members of the volunteer committee, included statements from Grand Marshals Mayor Lucy Vinis, former Mayor Kitty Piercy, "Raining" SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine, and radio show host/philanthropist Dr. King Silky. After the parade's release on its YouTube channel, Mayor Vinis commented, "How terrific! Thank you all. This moment of levity and community is just what we need! Bravo!" Piercy added, "What a fantastic virtual parade. Thanks and congrats." Here are the 2020 EUG Parade entries: Eugene Printmakers Community Studio Eugene Printmakers present "Snippets of Eugene," patterns and textures from city streets. You can buy these patterns on t-shirts, bandanas, and prints at eugeneprintmakers.org and support local non-profits.; Center for Family Development Our mental health is more important than ever as we try to get through this pandemic. The Center for Family Development, a local nonprofit, provides mental health and recovery services for children and adults. c-f-d.org; PeaceHealth Rides PeaceHealth Rides provides a healthy and safe way to travel and have fun while staying socially distanced. So mask up and ride forward! peacehealthrides.com; Eugene Education Association Eugene Educators for Black Lives presents a message of love to their students and community: "We see you and will never stop fighting for you." eugeneteachers.org; The Barbara Healy Trio It's easier to bounce forward when you have a toe-tapping sound track. The Barbara Healy Trio is a local musical group that performs original music and old favorites. barbarahealy.com; Raging Grannies of Eugene, OR The Raging Grannies use songs street theater, and humor to fight for justice and human rights. When injustice comes their way, the Grannies come to play. raginggrannieseugene.com; Eugene Family YMCA You can't spell "healthy" without "Y" and the Eugene YMCA is here, making sure the community can bounce forward together. Check out EugeneYMCA.org for information on classes.; Upstart Crow Children's Theatre Help your children become more creative and self-confident with classes in theater, dance, and music. Check out the theater's options at upstartcrowstudios.org; Healthy Moves Have you and your family become couch potatoes during this pandemic? Let the trainers at Healthy Moves show you some fun ways to be physically active! hm4kids.org; Out of Our Minds Improv We've been making audiences in Eugene laugh for six years. We realize we couldn't laugh and have fun at home without all the essential workers who keep our community bouncing forward. facebook.com/Out-of-Our-Minds-Improv; USA Dance Eugene Springfield Chapter 1010 When we can all leave our houses, there WILL be dancing in the streets. USA Dance Eugene Springfield will be there when the dancing starts, showing us all the moves! usadance.org; Rob Tobias and Paul Safar Well-known musicians in our community, entertaining and inspiring us for decades, Rob and Paul present the song "Simple Gifts," which was arranged for a sustainability conference for fourth graders. robtobias.com; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County CASA helps foster children in Lane County bounce forward every day of the year. You can join them in using your voice to advocate for children who need love and a home to call their own. casa-lane.org; Salseros Dance Company Proving that a pandemic can't keep them from moving to the beat, the Bachata Performance Team learned and performed this choreography entirely virtually during shelter in place. salseros.com; Power On With Limb Loss Using adaptive bikes reminds us all that despite our own physical challenges, we can all power through and bounce forward. poweronwithlimbloss.org; Spreading Kindness Campaign What the world needs now, besides masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing, is kindness. The Eugene-Springfield Spreading Kindness campaign is reaching out to kids to teach us how to be better adults. spreadingkindnesscampaign.org; Rise, Dance Resist If you've been at a rally or protest march in the past three years, you've seen the Rise, Dance, Resist dancers promoting peace, equality, and democracy through music and dance. facebook.com; OUT ON A LIMB Gallery; Owner Tim Boyden bounces forward with poetry and sculpture. He reminds us that in order to create a better world, we all need to vote! timboydenart.wordpress.com; 350 Eugene Working hard to build a better future by caring for our planet and getting everyone involved in bouncing to a carbon neutral future. 350eugene.org; Dirty Spoon Dirty Spoon plays their version of Taj Majal's Honeybee. Follow the bouncing bee! dirtyspoonmusic.com; University of Oregon Ducks No one jumps higher or rebounds more quickly than the student athletes at the University of Oregon. If you're missing college sports, here are some highlights. goducks.com; Thrill The World Eugene Thrilling Eugene for eight years with flashmob dances that support Shelter Care. They bring the spirit of joy and community spirit to local events all over town all year round. thrilltheworldeugene.com; Eugene Symphony Guild The Guild raises money for youth education and community engagement through events like their annual Music in the Garden tour in June. Let's join them in this musical tribute to bouncing forward to 2021! eugenesymphonyguild.org; Eugene Public Library Foundation Chances are, you've gotten lost in a book or two dozen since March and no one knows that better than the Eugene Library Foundation. Pick up a book and be transported. eplfoundation.org; SLUG Queens Raining SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine has been moonlighting as the Queen of Parades for years! Because who doesn't love a parade? slugqueen.com; Samba Ja Let's face it, it's not a EUG Parade without Samba Ja leaving us all grooving to the beat as we wrap things up. If their music doesn't get you up on your feet and ready to bounce forward, nothing will! dearsambaja.wixsite.com/sambaja; Committee member Jerril Nilson explained that "there were 27 winners this year! Without funding or revenue (entries were free) we could not offer cash prizes as has been the tradition in past parades."; The EUG Parade 2020 will also be shown on Community Television of Lane County, Comcast Xfinity Channel 29, check online for dates and times.; For more information, email theeugparade@gmail.com (74 min.) Produced by The EUG Parade Committee. Contact: TheEUGParade@gmail.com Jerril Nilson (541-953-7537) and Jenette Kime (541-579-1596). This video is on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/zRHNq9VkRi8

1:30 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

2:00 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

2:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

3:00 AM

Impact of the Visual Arts in Eugene Speakers: Liora Sponko, Executive Director of Lane Arts Council, Mitra Gruwell, Fashion Designer and Artist, John Weber, Executive Director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Eugene bills itself as a "Great City for Outdoors and the Arts." For our size, we have an impressive number of high-quality visual arts museums, galleries, art walks, and murals. These resources impact us not only personally, but also socially and economically. The visual arts clearly are essential, but what does that really mean? We have thousands of artists living and working here, but they face challenges in building viable arts careers. Leaders of the arts community will describe the successes and challenges of local visual artists and how we can build a robust arts industry, where Eugene is truly known as a creative arts destination. For 9 years, Liora Sponko has served as the Executive Director of Lane Arts Council, a nonprofit arts organization that supports the arts throughout Lane County. Liora has worked in nonprofit organizations for over 20 years. Locally, Liora worked for the Community Center for the Performing Arts/WOW Hall, Centro Latino Americano, Womenspace, and the University of Oregon. She also lived and worked for community-based organizations in Costa Rica for three years. Liora earned a BA in Sociology and Spanish from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MA in International Peace and Development Studies while living in Spain. She is passionate about the arts. Mitra Gruwell is a second-generation crafts person, sewer, and upcycle fashion designer from Eugene, Oregon. She has been redesigning clothing for 20 years. She is the lead designer and manager of the ENVIA upcycled fashion brand—a project of thrift store non-profit St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County. Mitra is the founder of several fashion-focused companies in Eugene, including Bricolage LLC and Eugene Fashion Week. She also facilitates art-focused business workshops for The Arts and Business Alliance of Eugene (ABAE) and does mentor-ships and apprenticeships with local youth. John Weber was born and raised in Corvallis and began his museum and gallery career in Portland. He served as curator of contemporary art at the Portland Art Museum (1987-93) and curated two other non-profit spaces there. Before coming to the University of Oregon in October 2019, John served as the founding director of the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at University of California Santa Cruz, where he worked with internationally renowned artists on site-specific exhibitions and a new artist-in-residence program. Previously Weber was the director of the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, and curator of education and public programs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His background in fundraising, museum education work, and guiding major curatorial projects are important resources for his direction of the JSMA. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the February 7, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

4:00 AM

Música Eugenia Presents Elizabethan Favorites Música Eugenia vocalist Alice Davenport is joined by renowned lutenist Hideki Yamaya for a concert of Early English music. The program will include favorite songs by Elizabethan masters (Thomas Campion, John Dowland, Thomas Ford and William Shakespeare)—plus solo lute instrumentals by Anthony Holborne and John Dowland. Hideki Yamaya is a performer of lutes, early guitars, and early mandolins who is currently based in Connecticut. Hideki has performed with and for Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Los Angeles Opera, California Bach Society, Oregon Bach Festival, Astoria Music Festival, Music of the Baroque, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. He has produced an impressive discography, and is also well known as a teacher (e.g., masterclasses and workshops at Yale University, University of California, Santa Cruz, Montana State University, Oregon State University, and Aquilon Music Festival). For more information about Hideki Yamaya, please go to https://www.hidekiyamaya.com. Performed Feb. 8, 2020 at the Atrium Bldg. in Eugene. Dedicated to the memory of Raleigh Williams, founding member of Música Eugenia (1928 –2019). Produced by Bill Loud and Leo Rivers. (52 min.) THis program is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78a07P3IqRU&t=717s Website: www.musicaeugenia.org email: musicaeugenia@gmail.com & 2 Música Eugenia channels on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_VQy-VHwtnERrXZCLz7Zw/videos & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1qNEdP31H45twhCLCAavmw

5:00 AM

Concert Music Scene in Eugene Eugene is full of opportunities to enjoy the performing arts, and concert music is prominent among the offerings. In this program, three music leaders will describe some of the experiences provided by our vast array of performing ensembles and the concert settings in which they perform. Diane Retallack is the Artistic Director of the Eugene Concert Choir and Eugene Vocal Arts. Diane has had experience in every level of choral direction, including college and high school teaching, church choirs, children's choruses, and community groups. She is an American Choral Directors Association certified adjudicator for the state of Oregon. In 2005, she received the Bishop Arts and Letters Award for extraordinary contribution to arts and culture in Eugene. In 2010 she was invited to conduct her chamber ensemble, Eugene Vocal Arts, at the American Choral Directors Association Northwest Conference in Seattle in recognition of their superb artistry. Diane earned a BS in Music Education from University of Illinois, an MA from UW-Madison, and a DM (Doctor of Music) in Choral Conducting from Indiana University. Sabrina Madison-Cannon is the Dean of the UO School of Music and Dance. She comes to the UO from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she was the Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs and a Professor of Dance in the Conservatory of Music and Dance. She is a professionally-trained dancer and choreographer who has had her work performed on stages around the world. Among other higher education positions, she had the honor of being the University of Georgia's first "Willson Center for the Arts – Franklin College Visiting Scholar" in the departments of dance and African-American Studies. Her research on African-American dance ethos has been featured in national conferences. In addition to earning an MFA in dance from the University of Iowa, she graduated from the 2013 HERS Denver Institute, a leadership program for women in higher education. Francesco Lecce-Chong is the Music Director and Conductor of the Eugene Symphony. He has swiftly made his mark in Eugene–and Santa Rosa, where he also conducts–with a series of new music and community initiatives. Most recently, both orchestras announced his "First Symphony Project," commissioning four major American orchestral works to be performed over the next four years, accompanied by multiple composer residences and community events. He is also committed to the training and championing of young orchestral musicians, having served as Music Director of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra for three years and worked with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and the New World Symphony. Active as a guest conductor, he has appeared with orchestras around the world including the National Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony, and Hong Kong Philharmonic. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the January 24, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

6:00 AM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

7:00 AM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 Exploring Oregon #6 (28:01) Bohemia and Oakland, OR (Holt); 7:28 The Age of the Earth (1:48) Kent Hovind; 7:30 God's Recent Miracles #2 (28:10) Roger Webb prays for the Sick (Holt); 7:58 Snake River, Idaho (1:46) Chase; 8:00 Big Trains Rolling (Old Film showing Train use) 23:45; 8:22 Cottage Grove's KNND Car Show 2013 (6:00); 8:30 Nature's Symphony (28:17) Creation Scapes. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

9:00 AM

Row River Valley History - Tales of the Valley of the Row is a documentary of the Row River Valley and Calapooya Mountains over nearly the last 100 years. Lawrence Carr ( a man who was their) tells true stories of missing miners, runaway train cars, hard fisted loggers, and lost gold; blended with a historical narrative of this legendary area.. Produced by Keith Ewing. (82 min.)

10:30 AM

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad - Enjoy a ride behind a 1910 Heisler Steam Locomotive & take a tour of the railroad equipment restoration and construction shops. Produced by Jeff Johnston. (38 min.)

11:30 AM

Mt. Rainier Scenic RR Winter Steam Spectacular - Featuring the Climax, Heisler & 2-8-2T Alco & Estep Diesel Yarder locos in operation. Produced by Jeff Johnston. (27 min.)

12:30 PM

A Visit to Sugar Pine Lumber Co. Territory - Central Camp and North Side Operations - Exploring Oregon logging at the site of an operation closed 75 years ago. Produced by Jeff Johnston. (41 min.)

1:30 PM

Bohemia Gold Mine- The Story of Cottage Grove's mining history. Produced by Dan Hill. (22 min.)

2:00 PM

Discovering The Oregon Coast - Travel adventures. Produced by Dan Hill. (22 min.)

2:30 PM

Heceta Head Lighthouse - Historical Documentary. Narrated by Dan Nims. Produced by Dan Hill. (22 min.)

3:00 PM

Springfield Cruzin - Friday night at Fins Drive-In with cars and music!. Produced by Ron Herbert. (29 min.)

3:30 PM

EUG Parade 2020: "Bounce Forward"! THE EUG PARADE BRINGS EUGENE'S QUIRK TO THE PEOPLE! THE 2020 EUG Parade/Pet Promenade premiered its first ever "virtual parade" experience Sunday, October 4, with an hour and 14 minute video compilation of local entries created by 27 different organizations, from Eugene's Raging Grannies to the Eugene Family YMCA, focusing on the theme "Bounce Forward." Originally scheduled to debut on September 20, the Parade Committee rescheduled the event due to the impact of local wildfires on the area last month, allowing groups more time to produce their entries safely. The video, produced by members of the volunteer committee, included statements from Grand Marshals Mayor Lucy Vinis, former Mayor Kitty Piercy, "Raining" SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine, and radio show host/philanthropist Dr. King Silky. After the parade's release on its YouTube channel, Mayor Vinis commented, "How terrific! Thank you all. This moment of levity and community is just what we need! Bravo!" Piercy added, "What a fantastic virtual parade. Thanks and congrats." Here are the 2020 EUG Parade entries: Eugene Printmakers Community Studio Eugene Printmakers present "Snippets of Eugene," patterns and textures from city streets. You can buy these patterns on t-shirts, bandanas, and prints at eugeneprintmakers.org and support local non-profits.; Center for Family Development Our mental health is more important than ever as we try to get through this pandemic. The Center for Family Development, a local nonprofit, provides mental health and recovery services for children and adults. c-f-d.org; PeaceHealth Rides PeaceHealth Rides provides a healthy and safe way to travel and have fun while staying socially distanced. So mask up and ride forward! peacehealthrides.com; Eugene Education Association Eugene Educators for Black Lives presents a message of love to their students and community: "We see you and will never stop fighting for you." eugeneteachers.org; The Barbara Healy Trio It's easier to bounce forward when you have a toe-tapping sound track. The Barbara Healy Trio is a local musical group that performs original music and old favorites. barbarahealy.com; Raging Grannies of Eugene, OR The Raging Grannies use songs street theater, and humor to fight for justice and human rights. When injustice comes their way, the Grannies come to play. raginggrannieseugene.com; Eugene Family YMCA You can't spell "healthy" without "Y" and the Eugene YMCA is here, making sure the community can bounce forward together. Check out EugeneYMCA.org for information on classes.; Upstart Crow Children's Theatre Help your children become more creative and self-confident with classes in theater, dance, and music. Check out the theater's options at upstartcrowstudios.org; Healthy Moves Have you and your family become couch potatoes during this pandemic? Let the trainers at Healthy Moves show you some fun ways to be physically active! hm4kids.org; Out of Our Minds Improv We've been making audiences in Eugene laugh for six years. We realize we couldn't laugh and have fun at home without all the essential workers who keep our community bouncing forward. facebook.com/Out-of-Our-Minds-Improv; USA Dance Eugene Springfield Chapter 1010 When we can all leave our houses, there WILL be dancing in the streets. USA Dance Eugene Springfield will be there when the dancing starts, showing us all the moves! usadance.org; Rob Tobias and Paul Safar Well-known musicians in our community, entertaining and inspiring us for decades, Rob and Paul present the song "Simple Gifts," which was arranged for a sustainability conference for fourth graders. robtobias.com; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County CASA helps foster children in Lane County bounce forward every day of the year. You can join them in using your voice to advocate for children who need love and a home to call their own. casa-lane.org; Salseros Dance Company Proving that a pandemic can't keep them from moving to the beat, the Bachata Performance Team learned and performed this choreography entirely virtually during shelter in place. salseros.com; Power On With Limb Loss Using adaptive bikes reminds us all that despite our own physical challenges, we can all power through and bounce forward. poweronwithlimbloss.org; Spreading Kindness Campaign What the world needs now, besides masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing, is kindness. The Eugene-Springfield Spreading Kindness campaign is reaching out to kids to teach us how to be better adults. spreadingkindnesscampaign.org; Rise, Dance Resist If you've been at a rally or protest march in the past three years, you've seen the Rise, Dance, Resist dancers promoting peace, equality, and democracy through music and dance. facebook.com; OUT ON A LIMB Gallery; Owner Tim Boyden bounces forward with poetry and sculpture. He reminds us that in order to create a better world, we all need to vote! timboydenart.wordpress.com; 350 Eugene Working hard to build a better future by caring for our planet and getting everyone involved in bouncing to a carbon neutral future. 350eugene.org; Dirty Spoon Dirty Spoon plays their version of Taj Majal's Honeybee. Follow the bouncing bee! dirtyspoonmusic.com; University of Oregon Ducks No one jumps higher or rebounds more quickly than the student athletes at the University of Oregon. If you're missing college sports, here are some highlights. goducks.com; Thrill The World Eugene Thrilling Eugene for eight years with flashmob dances that support Shelter Care. They bring the spirit of joy and community spirit to local events all over town all year round. thrilltheworldeugene.com; Eugene Symphony Guild The Guild raises money for youth education and community engagement through events like their annual Music in the Garden tour in June. Let's join them in this musical tribute to bouncing forward to 2021! eugenesymphonyguild.org; Eugene Public Library Foundation Chances are, you've gotten lost in a book or two dozen since March and no one knows that better than the Eugene Library Foundation. Pick up a book and be transported. eplfoundation.org; SLUG Queens Raining SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine has been moonlighting as the Queen of Parades for years! Because who doesn't love a parade? slugqueen.com; Samba Ja Let's face it, it's not a EUG Parade without Samba Ja leaving us all grooving to the beat as we wrap things up. If their music doesn't get you up on your feet and ready to bounce forward, nothing will! dearsambaja.wixsite.com/sambaja; Committee member Jerril Nilson explained that "there were 27 winners this year! Without funding or revenue (entries were free) we could not offer cash prizes as has been the tradition in past parades."; The EUG Parade 2020 will also be shown on Community Television of Lane County, Comcast Xfinity Channel 29, check online for dates and times.; For more information, email theeugparade@gmail.com (74 min.) Produced by The EUG Parade Committee. Contact: TheEUGParade@gmail.com Jerril Nilson (541-953-7537) and Jenette Kime (541-579-1596). This video is on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/zRHNq9VkRi8

5:00 PM

Rhododendron Festival Parade - Florence's annual Parade highlightsl. Produced by Ron Herbert. (57 min.)

6:00 PM

EUG Parade 2020: "Bounce Forward"! THE EUG PARADE BRINGS EUGENE'S QUIRK TO THE PEOPLE! THE 2020 EUG Parade/Pet Promenade premiered its first ever "virtual parade" experience Sunday, October 4, with an hour and 14 minute video compilation of local entries created by 27 different organizations, from Eugene's Raging Grannies to the Eugene Family YMCA, focusing on the theme "Bounce Forward." Originally scheduled to debut on September 20, the Parade Committee rescheduled the event due to the impact of local wildfires on the area last month, allowing groups more time to produce their entries safely. The video, produced by members of the volunteer committee, included statements from Grand Marshals Mayor Lucy Vinis, former Mayor Kitty Piercy, "Raining" SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine, and radio show host/philanthropist Dr. King Silky. After the parade's release on its YouTube channel, Mayor Vinis commented, "How terrific! Thank you all. This moment of levity and community is just what we need! Bravo!" Piercy added, "What a fantastic virtual parade. Thanks and congrats." Here are the 2020 EUG Parade entries: Eugene Printmakers Community Studio Eugene Printmakers present "Snippets of Eugene," patterns and textures from city streets. You can buy these patterns on t-shirts, bandanas, and prints at eugeneprintmakers.org and support local non-profits.; Center for Family Development Our mental health is more important than ever as we try to get through this pandemic. The Center for Family Development, a local nonprofit, provides mental health and recovery services for children and adults. c-f-d.org; PeaceHealth Rides PeaceHealth Rides provides a healthy and safe way to travel and have fun while staying socially distanced. So mask up and ride forward! peacehealthrides.com; Eugene Education Association Eugene Educators for Black Lives presents a message of love to their students and community: "We see you and will never stop fighting for you." eugeneteachers.org; The Barbara Healy Trio It's easier to bounce forward when you have a toe-tapping sound track. The Barbara Healy Trio is a local musical group that performs original music and old favorites. barbarahealy.com; Raging Grannies of Eugene, OR The Raging Grannies use songs street theater, and humor to fight for justice and human rights. When injustice comes their way, the Grannies come to play. raginggrannieseugene.com; Eugene Family YMCA You can't spell "healthy" without "Y" and the Eugene YMCA is here, making sure the community can bounce forward together. Check out EugeneYMCA.org for information on classes.; Upstart Crow Children's Theatre Help your children become more creative and self-confident with classes in theater, dance, and music. Check out the theater's options at upstartcrowstudios.org; Healthy Moves Have you and your family become couch potatoes during this pandemic? Let the trainers at Healthy Moves show you some fun ways to be physically active! hm4kids.org; Out of Our Minds Improv We've been making audiences in Eugene laugh for six years. We realize we couldn't laugh and have fun at home without all the essential workers who keep our community bouncing forward. facebook.com/Out-of-Our-Minds-Improv; USA Dance Eugene Springfield Chapter 1010 When we can all leave our houses, there WILL be dancing in the streets. USA Dance Eugene Springfield will be there when the dancing starts, showing us all the moves! usadance.org; Rob Tobias and Paul Safar Well-known musicians in our community, entertaining and inspiring us for decades, Rob and Paul present the song "Simple Gifts," which was arranged for a sustainability conference for fourth graders. robtobias.com; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County CASA helps foster children in Lane County bounce forward every day of the year. You can join them in using your voice to advocate for children who need love and a home to call their own. casa-lane.org; Salseros Dance Company Proving that a pandemic can't keep them from moving to the beat, the Bachata Performance Team learned and performed this choreography entirely virtually during shelter in place. salseros.com; Power On With Limb Loss Using adaptive bikes reminds us all that despite our own physical challenges, we can all power through and bounce forward. poweronwithlimbloss.org; Spreading Kindness Campaign What the world needs now, besides masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing, is kindness. The Eugene-Springfield Spreading Kindness campaign is reaching out to kids to teach us how to be better adults. spreadingkindnesscampaign.org; Rise, Dance Resist If you've been at a rally or protest march in the past three years, you've seen the Rise, Dance, Resist dancers promoting peace, equality, and democracy through music and dance. facebook.com; OUT ON A LIMB Gallery; Owner Tim Boyden bounces forward with poetry and sculpture. He reminds us that in order to create a better world, we all need to vote! timboydenart.wordpress.com; 350 Eugene Working hard to build a better future by caring for our planet and getting everyone involved in bouncing to a carbon neutral future. 350eugene.org; Dirty Spoon Dirty Spoon plays their version of Taj Majal's Honeybee. Follow the bouncing bee! dirtyspoonmusic.com; University of Oregon Ducks No one jumps higher or rebounds more quickly than the student athletes at the University of Oregon. If you're missing college sports, here are some highlights. goducks.com; Thrill The World Eugene Thrilling Eugene for eight years with flashmob dances that support Shelter Care. They bring the spirit of joy and community spirit to local events all over town all year round. thrilltheworldeugene.com; Eugene Symphony Guild The Guild raises money for youth education and community engagement through events like their annual Music in the Garden tour in June. Let's join them in this musical tribute to bouncing forward to 2021! eugenesymphonyguild.org; Eugene Public Library Foundation Chances are, you've gotten lost in a book or two dozen since March and no one knows that better than the Eugene Library Foundation. Pick up a book and be transported. eplfoundation.org; SLUG Queens Raining SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine has been moonlighting as the Queen of Parades for years! Because who doesn't love a parade? slugqueen.com; Samba Ja Let's face it, it's not a EUG Parade without Samba Ja leaving us all grooving to the beat as we wrap things up. If their music doesn't get you up on your feet and ready to bounce forward, nothing will! dearsambaja.wixsite.com/sambaja; Committee member Jerril Nilson explained that "there were 27 winners this year! Without funding or revenue (entries were free) we could not offer cash prizes as has been the tradition in past parades."; The EUG Parade 2020 will also be shown on Community Television of Lane County, Comcast Xfinity Channel 29, check online for dates and times.; For more information, email theeugparade@gmail.com (74 min.) Produced by The EUG Parade Committee. Contact: TheEUGParade@gmail.com Jerril Nilson (541-953-7537) and Jenette Kime (541-579-1596). This video is on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/zRHNq9VkRi8

7:30 PM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

8:00 PM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:30 PM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

9:00 PM

Impact of the Visual Arts in Eugene Speakers: Liora Sponko, Executive Director of Lane Arts Council, Mitra Gruwell, Fashion Designer and Artist, John Weber, Executive Director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Eugene bills itself as a "Great City for Outdoors and the Arts." For our size, we have an impressive number of high-quality visual arts museums, galleries, art walks, and murals. These resources impact us not only personally, but also socially and economically. The visual arts clearly are essential, but what does that really mean? We have thousands of artists living and working here, but they face challenges in building viable arts careers. Leaders of the arts community will describe the successes and challenges of local visual artists and how we can build a robust arts industry, where Eugene is truly known as a creative arts destination. For 9 years, Liora Sponko has served as the Executive Director of Lane Arts Council, a nonprofit arts organization that supports the arts throughout Lane County. Liora has worked in nonprofit organizations for over 20 years. Locally, Liora worked for the Community Center for the Performing Arts/WOW Hall, Centro Latino Americano, Womenspace, and the University of Oregon. She also lived and worked for community-based organizations in Costa Rica for three years. Liora earned a BA in Sociology and Spanish from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MA in International Peace and Development Studies while living in Spain. She is passionate about the arts. Mitra Gruwell is a second-generation crafts person, sewer, and upcycle fashion designer from Eugene, Oregon. She has been redesigning clothing for 20 years. She is the lead designer and manager of the ENVIA upcycled fashion brand—a project of thrift store non-profit St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County. Mitra is the founder of several fashion-focused companies in Eugene, including Bricolage LLC and Eugene Fashion Week. She also facilitates art-focused business workshops for The Arts and Business Alliance of Eugene (ABAE) and does mentor-ships and apprenticeships with local youth. John Weber was born and raised in Corvallis and began his museum and gallery career in Portland. He served as curator of contemporary art at the Portland Art Museum (1987-93) and curated two other non-profit spaces there. Before coming to the University of Oregon in October 2019, John served as the founding director of the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at University of California Santa Cruz, where he worked with internationally renowned artists on site-specific exhibitions and a new artist-in-residence program. Previously Weber was the director of the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, and curator of education and public programs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His background in fundraising, museum education work, and guiding major curatorial projects are important resources for his direction of the JSMA. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the February 7, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

10:00 PM

Música Eugenia Presents Elizabethan Favorites Música Eugenia vocalist Alice Davenport is joined by renowned lutenist Hideki Yamaya for a concert of Early English music. The program will include favorite songs by Elizabethan masters (Thomas Campion, John Dowland, Thomas Ford and William Shakespeare)—plus solo lute instrumentals by Anthony Holborne and John Dowland. Hideki Yamaya is a performer of lutes, early guitars, and early mandolins who is currently based in Connecticut. Hideki has performed with and for Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Los Angeles Opera, California Bach Society, Oregon Bach Festival, Astoria Music Festival, Music of the Baroque, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. He has produced an impressive discography, and is also well known as a teacher (e.g., masterclasses and workshops at Yale University, University of California, Santa Cruz, Montana State University, Oregon State University, and Aquilon Music Festival). For more information about Hideki Yamaya, please go to https://www.hidekiyamaya.com. Performed Feb. 8, 2020 at the Atrium Bldg. in Eugene. Dedicated to the memory of Raleigh Williams, founding member of Música Eugenia (1928 –2019). Produced by Bill Loud and Leo Rivers. (52 min.) THis program is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78a07P3IqRU&t=717s Website: www.musicaeugenia.org email: musicaeugenia@gmail.com & 2 Música Eugenia channels on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_VQy-VHwtnERrXZCLz7Zw/videos & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1qNEdP31H45twhCLCAavmw

11:00 PM

Concert Music Scene in Eugene Eugene is full of opportunities to enjoy the performing arts, and concert music is prominent among the offerings. In this program, three music leaders will describe some of the experiences provided by our vast array of performing ensembles and the concert settings in which they perform. Diane Retallack is the Artistic Director of the Eugene Concert Choir and Eugene Vocal Arts. Diane has had experience in every level of choral direction, including college and high school teaching, church choirs, children's choruses, and community groups. She is an American Choral Directors Association certified adjudicator for the state of Oregon. In 2005, she received the Bishop Arts and Letters Award for extraordinary contribution to arts and culture in Eugene. In 2010 she was invited to conduct her chamber ensemble, Eugene Vocal Arts, at the American Choral Directors Association Northwest Conference in Seattle in recognition of their superb artistry. Diane earned a BS in Music Education from University of Illinois, an MA from UW-Madison, and a DM (Doctor of Music) in Choral Conducting from Indiana University. Sabrina Madison-Cannon is the Dean of the UO School of Music and Dance. She comes to the UO from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she was the Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs and a Professor of Dance in the Conservatory of Music and Dance. She is a professionally-trained dancer and choreographer who has had her work performed on stages around the world. Among other higher education positions, she had the honor of being the University of Georgia's first "Willson Center for the Arts – Franklin College Visiting Scholar" in the departments of dance and African-American Studies. Her research on African-American dance ethos has been featured in national conferences. In addition to earning an MFA in dance from the University of Iowa, she graduated from the 2013 HERS Denver Institute, a leadership program for women in higher education. Francesco Lecce-Chong is the Music Director and Conductor of the Eugene Symphony. He has swiftly made his mark in Eugene–and Santa Rosa, where he also conducts–with a series of new music and community initiatives. Most recently, both orchestras announced his "First Symphony Project," commissioning four major American orchestral works to be performed over the next four years, accompanied by multiple composer residences and community events. He is also committed to the training and championing of young orchestral musicians, having served as Music Director of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra for three years and worked with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and the New World Symphony. Active as a guest conductor, he has appeared with orchestras around the world including the National Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony, and Hong Kong Philharmonic. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the January 24, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?



MONDAY 11/16 STAGE & SCREEN


12:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

1:00 AM

Fell The Tallest Tree: Judgement of Paul Robeson - Eugene playwright Hershell Norwood's latest work is read by actors at Tsunami books. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (120 min.)

3:00 AM

How To Make Money On YouTube Two brothers decide to make some spare cash by producing a Youtube video. When they review their footage they discover something unusual that requires further examination. Their investigation leads them into the kind of night they couldn't have imagined. Produced by Rick Gates. (37 min.) People can find more of his work at his YouTube channel "Tendrile Productions.".

4:00 AM

David Rogers and Frog Perform at CTV29 Local guitarist David Rogers plays his songs and local comedian Frog jokes from his popular joke books at the CTV29 Studio. Produced by David Rogers. (45 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com

5:00 AM

A Conversation With Tom Blank - Hollywood Director Tom Blank, his life and times, interviewed by Mike Anderson. (59 min.)

6:00 AM

EUG Parade 2020: "Bounce Forward"! THE EUG PARADE BRINGS EUGENE'S QUIRK TO THE PEOPLE! THE 2020 EUG Parade/Pet Promenade premiered its first ever "virtual parade" experience Sunday, October 4, with an hour and 14 minute video compilation of local entries created by 27 different organizations, from Eugene's Raging Grannies to the Eugene Family YMCA, focusing on the theme "Bounce Forward." Originally scheduled to debut on September 20, the Parade Committee rescheduled the event due to the impact of local wildfires on the area last month, allowing groups more time to produce their entries safely. The video, produced by members of the volunteer committee, included statements from Grand Marshals Mayor Lucy Vinis, former Mayor Kitty Piercy, "Raining" SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine, and radio show host/philanthropist Dr. King Silky. After the parade's release on its YouTube channel, Mayor Vinis commented, "How terrific! Thank you all. This moment of levity and community is just what we need! Bravo!" Piercy added, "What a fantastic virtual parade. Thanks and congrats." Here are the 2020 EUG Parade entries: Eugene Printmakers Community Studio Eugene Printmakers present "Snippets of Eugene," patterns and textures from city streets. You can buy these patterns on t-shirts, bandanas, and prints at eugeneprintmakers.org and support local non-profits.; Center for Family Development Our mental health is more important than ever as we try to get through this pandemic. The Center for Family Development, a local nonprofit, provides mental health and recovery services for children and adults. c-f-d.org; PeaceHealth Rides PeaceHealth Rides provides a healthy and safe way to travel and have fun while staying socially distanced. So mask up and ride forward! peacehealthrides.com; Eugene Education Association Eugene Educators for Black Lives presents a message of love to their students and community: "We see you and will never stop fighting for you." eugeneteachers.org; The Barbara Healy Trio It's easier to bounce forward when you have a toe-tapping sound track. The Barbara Healy Trio is a local musical group that performs original music and old favorites. barbarahealy.com; Raging Grannies of Eugene, OR The Raging Grannies use songs street theater, and humor to fight for justice and human rights. When injustice comes their way, the Grannies come to play. raginggrannieseugene.com; Eugene Family YMCA You can't spell "healthy" without "Y" and the Eugene YMCA is here, making sure the community can bounce forward together. Check out EugeneYMCA.org for information on classes.; Upstart Crow Children's Theatre Help your children become more creative and self-confident with classes in theater, dance, and music. Check out the theater's options at upstartcrowstudios.org; Healthy Moves Have you and your family become couch potatoes during this pandemic? Let the trainers at Healthy Moves show you some fun ways to be physically active! hm4kids.org; Out of Our Minds Improv We've been making audiences in Eugene laugh for six years. We realize we couldn't laugh and have fun at home without all the essential workers who keep our community bouncing forward. facebook.com/Out-of-Our-Minds-Improv; USA Dance Eugene Springfield Chapter 1010 When we can all leave our houses, there WILL be dancing in the streets. USA Dance Eugene Springfield will be there when the dancing starts, showing us all the moves! usadance.org; Rob Tobias and Paul Safar Well-known musicians in our community, entertaining and inspiring us for decades, Rob and Paul present the song "Simple Gifts," which was arranged for a sustainability conference for fourth graders. robtobias.com; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County CASA helps foster children in Lane County bounce forward every day of the year. You can join them in using your voice to advocate for children who need love and a home to call their own. casa-lane.org; Salseros Dance Company Proving that a pandemic can't keep them from moving to the beat, the Bachata Performance Team learned and performed this choreography entirely virtually during shelter in place. salseros.com; Power On With Limb Loss Using adaptive bikes reminds us all that despite our own physical challenges, we can all power through and bounce forward. poweronwithlimbloss.org; Spreading Kindness Campaign What the world needs now, besides masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing, is kindness. The Eugene-Springfield Spreading Kindness campaign is reaching out to kids to teach us how to be better adults. spreadingkindnesscampaign.org; Rise, Dance Resist If you've been at a rally or protest march in the past three years, you've seen the Rise, Dance, Resist dancers promoting peace, equality, and democracy through music and dance. facebook.com; OUT ON A LIMB Gallery; Owner Tim Boyden bounces forward with poetry and sculpture. He reminds us that in order to create a better world, we all need to vote! timboydenart.wordpress.com; 350 Eugene Working hard to build a better future by caring for our planet and getting everyone involved in bouncing to a carbon neutral future. 350eugene.org; Dirty Spoon Dirty Spoon plays their version of Taj Majal's Honeybee. Follow the bouncing bee! dirtyspoonmusic.com; University of Oregon Ducks No one jumps higher or rebounds more quickly than the student athletes at the University of Oregon. If you're missing college sports, here are some highlights. goducks.com; Thrill The World Eugene Thrilling Eugene for eight years with flashmob dances that support Shelter Care. They bring the spirit of joy and community spirit to local events all over town all year round. thrilltheworldeugene.com; Eugene Symphony Guild The Guild raises money for youth education and community engagement through events like their annual Music in the Garden tour in June. Let's join them in this musical tribute to bouncing forward to 2021! eugenesymphonyguild.org; Eugene Public Library Foundation Chances are, you've gotten lost in a book or two dozen since March and no one knows that better than the Eugene Library Foundation. Pick up a book and be transported. eplfoundation.org; SLUG Queens Raining SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine has been moonlighting as the Queen of Parades for years! Because who doesn't love a parade? slugqueen.com; Samba Ja Let's face it, it's not a EUG Parade without Samba Ja leaving us all grooving to the beat as we wrap things up. If their music doesn't get you up on your feet and ready to bounce forward, nothing will! dearsambaja.wixsite.com/sambaja; Committee member Jerril Nilson explained that "there were 27 winners this year! Without funding or revenue (entries were free) we could not offer cash prizes as has been the tradition in past parades."; The EUG Parade 2020 will also be shown on Community Television of Lane County, Comcast Xfinity Channel 29, check online for dates and times.; For more information, email theeugparade@gmail.com (74 min.) Produced by The EUG Parade Committee. Contact: TheEUGParade@gmail.com Jerril Nilson (541-953-7537) and Jenette Kime (541-579-1596). This video is on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/zRHNq9VkRi8

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:00 AM

Tai Chi with Machiko & Medical QiGong 42 Combined Form with LCC Tai Chi teacher Machiko Shirai. Produced by Machiko Shirai. Edited by John Duran (50 min.)

9:00 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 4, 2020. Eddie the Weedman is back! He's come down from Newport once again to catch up on all the happenings with DanK tonight. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/NfWCOpAz6Ys We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

10:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

11:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

The Importance of SB 13: Tribal History/Shared History Curriculum Speakers: Brenda Brainard, Director, NATIVES Program, Eugene SD 4J, Leilani Sabzalian, Asst. Professor of Indigenous Studies in Education, UO Senate Bill 13 was passed into law in the 2017 legislative session. It calls upon the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) to develop a statewide curriculum relating to the Native American experience in Oregon, including tribal history, tribal sovereignty, culture, treaty rights, government, socioeconomic experiences, and current events. Early in winter 2020, ODE began the roll out of the curriculum developed in collaboration with the nine federally recognized tribes of Oregon. What does this curriculum include? Why is this new curriculum strand important for all children in Oregon? What are the hopes and challenges of this new mandate? This program will give us a preview of this law and accompanying curriculum, and share why Tribal History/Shared History curriculum is an important initiative that offers students a more accurate and critical representation of Oregon and the tribal nations within. Brenda Brainard is the Director of the NATIVES Program in Eugene SD 4j, and has been leading this work in 4j for more than 25 years. NATIVES is an acronym for "Native Americans Towards Improved Values in Education and Society." Through classes, family events, summer camps, field trips, tutoring, and presentations, NATIVES helps students and their families preserve Indigenous heritage and succeed in school. Brenda grew up in Coos Bay and is Miluk Coos and an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians. She studied history at Portland State and earned a JD at the University of Oregon School of Law. Leilani Sabzalian is an Assistant Professor of Indigenous Studies in Education and the Co-Director of the Sapsik'wałá Teacher Education Program at the University of Oregon. Her research focuses on creating spaces to support Indigenous students and Indigenous self-determination in public schools, and preparing teachers to challenge colonialism in curriculum, policy, and practice. She also serves on the American Indian/Alaska Native State Advisory Council. Leilani was born and raised in Oregon and is Alutiiq, from the Native Village of Chignik. She earned BA, MEd, and PhD degrees from the University of Oregon. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the February 21, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Broadway Resurrected - Amateur Broadway revue at Episcopal Church in Eugene. Produced by Bob Thompson. (49 min.)

3:00 PM

Cowgirl Heaven - Dorothy Velasco's play about the role of women in the Old West is performed by the Actors Cabaret in Downtown Eugene. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (118 min.)

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

7:00 PM

Fell The Tallest Tree: Judgement of Paul Robeson - Eugene playwright Hershell Norwood's latest work is read by actors at Tsunami books. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (120 min.)

9:00 PM

How To Make Money On YouTube Two brothers decide to make some spare cash by producing a Youtube video. When they review their footage they discover something unusual that requires further examination. Their investigation leads them into the kind of night they couldn't have imagined. Produced by Rick Gates. (37 min.) People can find more of his work at his YouTube channel "Tendrile Productions.".

10:00 PM

David Rogers and Frog Perform at CTV29 Local guitarist David Rogers plays his songs and local comedian Frog jokes from his popular joke books at the CTV29 Studio. Produced by David Rogers. (45 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com

11:00 PM

A Conversation With Tom Blank - Hollywood Director Tom Blank, his life and times, interviewed by Mike Anderson. (59 min.)



TUESDAY 11/17 LOCAL HEALTH & FITNESS


12:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

1:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Colorado Springs, Pueblo Colorado.A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

1:30 AM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Susan Jerde with Host Verna Reidy. Today's discussion: Saving Madison Meadow, SEVA - Selfless Service. Produced by Verna Reidy. (30 min.)

2:00 AM

Nourish: Food For Life "Vegetarian Meatball & Marinara Sauce" In this series, Shanna Hutton prepares and cooks whole foods. She highlights the nutritional component of each ingredient, reminding us of its health benefits. Today, Shanna prepares a vegetarian meatball and marinara sauce. Please join us in this healthy cooking mini-series, Nourish: Food For Life. Produced by John Duran. (27 min.)

2:30 AM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ's Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

3:00 AM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

4:00 AM

Chair QiGong Therapy for Hands, Arms and Torso This #QigongWithCarole video has #therapeutic #stretching and #breathing exercises, which #relax and open your #joints, promoting #circulation of #qi #energy to #relieve #stiffness and #pain of #arthritis and #parkinsons. Includes #calmingmusic, #funexercises, and #deepbreathing for a #qigongpractice #accessibletoall. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (28 min.)

4:30 AM

The Healing Connection Guest: Krishna Das, Part 1 of 2. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)

5:00 AM

The Healing Connection Guest: Krishna Das, Part 2 of 2. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)

5:30 AM

The Healing Connection Guest: Bonnie Stoeker - EFT. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Colorado Springs, Pueblo Colorado.A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food For Life "Vegetarian Meatball & Marinara Sauce" In this series, Shanna Hutton prepares and cooks whole foods. She highlights the nutritional component of each ingredient, reminding us of its health benefits. Today, Shanna prepares a vegetarian meatball and marinara sauce. Please join us in this healthy cooking mini-series, Nourish: Food For Life. Produced by John Duran. (27 min.)

7:00 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:00 AM

Chair QiGong Therapy for Hands, Arms and Torso This #QigongWithCarole video has #therapeutic #stretching and #breathing exercises, which #relax and open your #joints, promoting #circulation of #qi #energy to #relieve #stiffness and #pain of #arthritis and #parkinsons. Includes #calmingmusic, #funexercises, and #deepbreathing for a #qigongpractice #accessibletoall. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (28 min.)

8:30 AM

Chair QiGong Therapy for Hands, Arms and Torso This #QigongWithCarole video has #therapeutic #stretching and #breathing exercises, which #relax and open your #joints, promoting #circulation of #qi #energy to #relieve #stiffness and #pain of #arthritis and #parkinsons. Includes #calmingmusic, #funexercises, and #deepbreathing for a #qigongpractice #accessibletoall. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (28 min.)

9:00 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 11, 2020. Dank's guest this evening is a long–time medical cannabis grower in Oregon. Kelly Ritter, a.k.a. Mama Weed for those in the know, is here to share her cannabis story with DanK. The ECTV crew was happy to have her stop by. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/09wuhN7m5AU We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 2, 2020. Amble through lovely neighborhoods, down wooded paths, past fabulous mansions in Eugene. Poke around a pioneer cemetery, smell the roses, admire the gardens as the pandemic passes. You will be charmed, but still must go out for your own walk for actual exercise. No whining! Produced by Tyler Burgess. (28 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

10:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

11:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Retaining the Eugene Workforce: Why It's Important and What Steps We Can Take Speakers: Henry Fields, Workforce Analyst, Oregon Employment Department, Celeste Marshall, Director of People and Operations, IDX LLC. Moderator: Brittany Quick- Warner, President/CEO of Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce. According to the Eugene Chamber of Commerce, local employers are experiencing difficulties in retaining employees, which can stunt the growth of their businesses. The panelists will discuss this challenge, explaining its causes and describing strategies for addressing the problem. Henry Fields is the Workforce Analyst serving Lane County for the Oregon Employment Department. He provides economic data and labor market information to improve business decisions across the county. Mr. Fields is a graduate of the University of Oregon and earned a graduate degree in Public Administration from the University of Indiana. Celeste Marshall is the Director of People and Operations at IDX, headquartered in Eugene; it is one of the fastest growing real estate technology providers in the country. Ms. Marshall works closely with the IDX leadership team to identify, develop, and implement strategic organizational initiatives designed to increase employee engagement and performance. As a supporter of growth in the Eugene/Springfield tech community, she is active on the Advisory Board for the Technology Association of the Southern Willamette Valley, the Lane Work Source Executive Board, and the Computer Science Regional Advisory Committee. Brittany Quick Warner is President/CEO of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce. After serving successfully in several different capacities in the Chamber over the last six years , she was promoted as its first woman CEO in 2017. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Public Administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Currently, she is active in several organizations, including the Eugene Sustainability Commission and the Western Association of Chamber Executives. Ms. Quick-Warner and her husband have been small business owners since 2012. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the February 28, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guest: Ryan Wood. Produced by Vincent B. Faini. (48 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

3:00 PM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guest: Tammi Daniel Coles. Produced by Vincent B. Faini. (58 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

4:00 PM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guests: Sue Seriralupe, the Director of Occupy Medical and Tom Mulhern, The Director of Catholic Services. Produced by Vincent D. Faini. (43 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

7:00 PM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Colorado Springs, Pueblo Colorado.A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

7:30 PM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Susan Jerde with Host Verna Reidy. Today's discussion: Saving Madison Meadow, SEVA - Selfless Service. Produced by Verna Reidy. (30 min.)

8:00 PM

Nourish: Food For Life "Vegetarian Meatball & Marinara Sauce" In this series, Shanna Hutton prepares and cooks whole foods. She highlights the nutritional component of each ingredient, reminding us of its health benefits. Today, Shanna prepares a vegetarian meatball and marinara sauce. Please join us in this healthy cooking mini-series, Nourish: Food For Life. Produced by John Duran. (27 min.)

8:30 PM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ's Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

9:00 PM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

10:00 PM

Chair QiGong Therapy for Hands, Arms and Torso This #QigongWithCarole video has #therapeutic #stretching and #breathing exercises, which #relax and open your #joints, promoting #circulation of #qi #energy to #relieve #stiffness and #pain of #arthritis and #parkinsons. Includes #calmingmusic, #funexercises, and #deepbreathing for a #qigongpractice #accessibletoall. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (28 min.)

10:30 PM

The Healing Connection Guest: Krishna Das, Part 1 of 2. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)

11:00 PM

The Healing Connection Guest: Krishna Das, Part 2 of 2. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)

11:30 PM

The Healing Connection Guest: Bonnie Stoeker - EFT. Produced by Jonathan Stemer. (29 min.)



WEDNESDAY 11/18 LOCAL PUBLIC INTEREST


12:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

1:00 AM

Lane County Murals - Local muralist Allison McNair is interviewed about the many wonderful murals in our area. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min.)

2:00 AM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

2:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 11, 2020. Dank's guest this evening is a long–time medical cannabis grower in Oregon. Kelly Ritter, a.k.a. Mama Weed for those in the know, is here to share her cannabis story with DanK. The ECTV crew was happy to have her stop by. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/09wuhN7m5AU We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

3:00 AM

The Vietnam War, Lessons For Today The recent PBS series on the Vietnam War stirred difficult memories of past mistakes. but it's most frightening lesson is that we are repeating the same disastrous mistake now. Equipped with perspectives from the war, the voices you will hear in this film share their personal experiences about the full costs of war, including environmental instruction, the devastation of families, and alternatives that went unexamined. On October the 23rd, 2017, in the Singer Room of the Eugene Public Library, CALC, the Community Alliance of Lane Country and EVP, the Eugene Veterans for Peace met for a panel discussion called "The Vietnam War, lessons for Today; ARE WE MAKING THE SAME MISTAKES?" There wasn't an empty seat as George Wickes, Marion Malcom, Mike Peterson and Bruce Hendricks spoke. Produced by Leo Rivers. (82 min.)

4:30 AM

Dean Still "Talking to the Tables" Cottage Grove hosts APROVECHO Research Center and its irrepressible inventor/ entrepreneur DEAN STILL who in this scientifically informed set of skits compassionately presents his vision of the imminent world of Global Warming which has driven his research into appropriate technology and the creation of clean burning, healthy stoves. The whole shebang gets kicked off by a jolly group reading of the infamous "Smokey the Bear Sutra" by Gary Snyder. An atmospheric performance poem of lush Latin imagery featuring a Song and a guest appearance from CHE! Finally, a presentation of a warning about Global Warming with, of course, Song and Dance. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min.)

5:00 AM

A Conversation with Elie Wiesel - Host Alan Siporin interviews Nobel Peace Proze Laureate, Holocaust survivor and author Elie Weisel at the Univ. of Oregon. Produced by Mike Majdic. (30 min.)

5:30 AM

UO Today Guest: Ruha Benjamin, associate professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, is the author of Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. She discusses how new technologies encode old forms of segregation and gives some examples of bias in technology. Benjamin explains why humanists and social scientists should be integral participants in the tech industry. Benjamin gave a talk titled "Beyond Buzzwords: Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society" on February 4, 2020 as the Oregon Humanities Center's 2019-20 Cressman Lecturer. Her talk was part of the "Convergence: intersections between the sciences and humanities" series. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Manitou Springs, Pike's Peak in Colorado . A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food For Life In this series, Shanna Hutton prepares and cooks whole foods. She highlights the nutritional component of each ingredient, reminding us of its health benefits. Today, Shanna prepares a mole sauce and zucchini brownie. Please join us in this healthy cooking mini-series, Nourish: Food For Life.Produced by John Duran. (30 min.)

7:00 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:00 AM

Tai Chi with Machiko & Medical QiGong 42 Combined Form with LCC Tai Chi teacher Machiko Shirai. Produced by Machiko Shirai. Edited by John Duran (50 min.)

9:00 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 4, 2020. Eddie the Weedman is back! He's come down from Newport once again to catch up on all the happenings with DanK tonight. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/NfWCOpAz6Ys We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

10:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

11:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Short-Term Rentals: Good or Bad for Eugene? Short term rentals (typically Airbnbs, VRBO (Vacation Rental by Owner), and HomeToGo) are becoming a popular way for folks to stay on vacations and short business trips or for temporary relocation when moving to a new community. The same is true in Eugene with many folks supplementing income by renting out a spare room or two or even entire homes to guests. Short term rentals also supplement the capacity of hotels and motels especially during large events such as University sports events and may be a crucial source of beds for over 50,000 participants, media, and visitors during the 2021 World Track and Field Championships. It is estimated that there are more than 1000 active short term rentals in our community. Providers are currently required to pay 4.5% transient room tax for their guests to the City but unlike in most Oregon Cities there are few other requirements to operate short term rentals. Some individuals have raised concerns that some hosts are inconsiderate neighbors, generating noise and parking problems for those who live near them. Others have raised concerns that short term rentals remove capacity from the long term rental market, a resource already facing severe capacity issues. Responding to these concerns, the Eugene City Council has called for formation of an ad-hoc committee to review the issue and make recommendations for changes in City Policy. That committee is composed of owner-occupied and non owner-occupied short term rental operators, housing advocates, impacted neighbors and special interest groups with the charge to report back recommendations to Council before 2020 Spring Break. Here at City Club we bring four knowledgeable individuals with different perspectives to discuss their experience and knowledge of the subject of short term rentals in our community. Bruce Searl and his wife have been operating a very successful Airbnb for 4 ½ years as an important part of their family income. Bruce is also involved in music production and portrait photography. He will speak to his experiences operating his Airbnb. Kathryn Dunn is a realtor and member of the Eugene Short-Term Rentals Association. She has been a real estate investor for past 20 years and owns many long-term rentals as well as 2 short-term rentals. She will describe the general market and benefits of short term rentals in our community. Dr. Rebecca Lewis is Associate Professor in Planning, Public Policy and Management at the University of Oregon Her student, Sadie Dinatale, published Assessing and responding to short-term rentals in Oregon: Enabling the benefits of the sharing economy. Dr. Lewis will summarize what is known about the short term rental market in Eugene and throughout Oregon. Jo Jo Jensen is a profession voice talent who records from her studio in the Laurel Hill Valley. She has been dealing with issues created by an adjacent Airbnb for over seven years, most recently having several Eugene police officers responding to behaviors during a weekend party a few weeks ago. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the March 6, 2020 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Música Eugenia Presents Elizabethan Favorites Música Eugenia vocalist Alice Davenport is joined by renowned lutenist Hideki Yamaya for a concert of Early English music. The program will include favorite songs by Elizabethan masters (Thomas Campion, John Dowland, Thomas Ford and William Shakespeare)—plus solo lute instrumentals by Anthony Holborne and John Dowland. Hideki Yamaya is a performer of lutes, early guitars, and early mandolins who is currently based in Connecticut. Hideki has performed with and for Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Los Angeles Opera, California Bach Society, Oregon Bach Festival, Astoria Music Festival, Music of the Baroque, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. He has produced an impressive discography, and is also well known as a teacher (e.g., masterclasses and workshops at Yale University, University of California, Santa Cruz, Montana State University, Oregon State University, and Aquilon Music Festival). For more information about Hideki Yamaya, please go to https://www.hidekiyamaya.com. Performed Feb. 8, 2020 at the Atrium Bldg. in Eugene. Dedicated to the memory of Raleigh Williams, founding member of Música Eugenia (1928 –2019). Produced by Bill Loud and Leo Rivers. (52 min.) THis program is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78a07P3IqRU&t=717s Website: www.musicaeugenia.org email: musicaeugenia@gmail.com & 2 Música Eugenia channels on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_VQy-VHwtnERrXZCLz7Zw/videos & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1qNEdP31H45twhCLCAavmw

3:00 PM

How To Make Money On YouTube Two brothers decide to make some spare cash by producing a Youtube video. When they review their footage they discover something unusual that requires further examination. Their investigation leads them into the kind of night they couldn't have imagined. Produced by Rick Gates. (37 min.) People can find more of his work at his YouTube channel "Tendrile Productions.".

4:00 PM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

7:00 PM

Lane County Murals - Local muralist Allison McNair is interviewed about the many wonderful murals in our area. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min.)

8:00 PM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

8:30 PM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 11, 2020. Dank's guest this evening is a long–time medical cannabis grower in Oregon. Kelly Ritter, a.k.a. Mama Weed for those in the know, is here to share her cannabis story with DanK. The ECTV crew was happy to have her stop by. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/09wuhN7m5AU We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:00 PM

The Vietnam War, Lessons For Today The recent PBS series on the Vietnam War stirred difficult memories of past mistakes. but it's most frightening lesson is that we are repeating the same disastrous mistake now. Equipped with perspectives from the war, the voices you will hear in this film share their personal experiences about the full costs of war, including environmental instruction, the devastation of families, and alternatives that went unexamined. On October the 23rd, 2017, in the Singer Room of the Eugene Public Library, CALC, the Community Alliance of Lane Country and EVP, the Eugene Veterans for Peace met for a panel discussion called "The Vietnam War, lessons for Today; ARE WE MAKING THE SAME MISTAKES?" There wasn't an empty seat as George Wickes, Marion Malcom, Mike Peterson and Bruce Hendricks spoke. Produced by Leo Rivers. (82 min.)

10:30 PM

Dean Still "Talking to the Tables" Cottage Grove hosts APROVECHO Research Center and its irrepressible inventor/ entrepreneur DEAN STILL who in this scientifically informed set of skits compassionately presents his vision of the imminent world of Global Warming which has driven his research into appropriate technology and the creation of clean burning, healthy stoves. The whole shebang gets kicked off by a jolly group reading of the infamous "Smokey the Bear Sutra" by Gary Snyder. An atmospheric performance poem of lush Latin imagery featuring a Song and a guest appearance from CHE! Finally, a presentation of a warning about Global Warming with, of course, Song and Dance. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min.)

11:00 PM

A Conversation with Elie Wiesel - Host Alan Siporin interviews Nobel Peace Proze Laureate, Holocaust survivor and author Elie Weisel at the Univ. of Oregon. Produced by Mike Majdic. (30 min.)

11:30 PM

UO Today Guest: Ruha Benjamin, associate professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, is the author of Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. She discusses how new technologies encode old forms of segregation and gives some examples of bias in technology. Benjamin explains why humanists and social scientists should be integral participants in the tech industry. Benjamin gave a talk titled "Beyond Buzzwords: Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society" on February 4, 2020 as the Oregon Humanities Center's 2019-20 Cressman Lecturer. Her talk was part of the "Convergence: intersections between the sciences and humanities" series. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today


THURSDAY 11/19 LOCAL ARTS


12:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

1:00 AM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 Exploring Oregon #6 (28:01) Bohemia and Oakland, OR (Holt); 7:28 The Age of the Earth (1:48) Kent Hovind; 7:30 God's Recent Miracles #2 (28:10) Roger Webb prays for the Sick (Holt); 7:58 Snake River, Idaho (1:46) Chase; 8:00 Big Trains Rolling (Old Film showing Train use) 23:45; 8:22 Cottage Grove's KNND Car Show 2013 (6:00); 8:30 Nature's Symphony (28:17) Creation Scapes. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

3:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

4:00 AM

How To Make Money On YouTube Two brothers decide to make some spare cash by producing a Youtube video. When they review their footage they discover something unusual that requires further examination. Their investigation leads them into the kind of night they couldn't have imagined. Produced by Rick Gates. (37 min.) People can find more of his work at his YouTube channel "Tendrile Productions.".

5:00 AM

David Rogers and Frog Perform at CTV29 Local guitarist David Rogers plays his songs and local comedian Frog jokes from his popular joke books at the CTV29 Studio. Produced by David Rogers. (45 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Cascade Peaks in Oregon and Washington, Mt. St Helens . A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food For Life In this series, Shanna Hutton prepares and cooks whole foods. She highlights the nutritional component of each ingredient, reminding us of its health benefits. Today, Shanna prepares a White Bean Asparagus Salad and a GF, Dairy-free Banana Pineapple Cake. Please join us in this healthy cooking mini-series, Nourish: Food For Life.Produced by John Duran. (30 min.)

7:00 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:00 AM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Distance & Blending Exercises" Learn how to create distance in a landscape (11 min.) and how to blend colors (4 min.). Then both short videos repeat. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. (28 min.) http://www.pickettonline.com.

8:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 11, 2020. Dank's guest this evening is a long–time medical cannabis grower in Oregon. Kelly Ritter, a.k.a. Mama Weed for those in the know, is here to share her cannabis story with DanK. The ECTV crew was happy to have her stop by. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/09wuhN7m5AU We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:00 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 4, 2020. Eddie the Weedman is back! He's come down from Newport once again to catch up on all the happenings with DanK tonight. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/NfWCOpAz6Ys We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 2, 2020. Amble through lovely neighborhoods, down wooded paths, past fabulous mansions in Eugene. Poke around a pioneer cemetery, smell the roses, admire the gardens as the pandemic passes. You will be charmed, but still must go out for your own walk for actual exercise. No whining! Produced by Tyler Burgess. (28 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

10:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

11:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Spotlight on Gerrymandering: Legislative Redistricting: 2020 & Beyond With the 2020 census soon approaching, state legislatures and local governments will be redrawing districts to ensure population equality. Politics can and often does influence this process. Manipulation of political boundaries is on the minds of many people in the politically charged environment leading up to the November 2020 election. Professor Diller will discuss the legal requirements for redistricting, as well as the latitude afforded to the map-drawers. He will explain the concept of "gerrymandering" and what might be done to reduce or minimize political influences on the redistricting process at the state and local levels. Speaker biographical information: Paul Diller is a professor at Willamette University Law School in Salem, Oregon, where he has taught since 2005. His professional work focuses on the legal structures, including federalism and gerrymandering, that constrain or empower local policymaking. His recent work explores the interplay between election law, gerrymandering, and preemption of local power. Other work addresses the unique potential of cities to spur regulatory change, particularly with respect to protecting public health. Diller is active in a national network of law professors and advocates that seeks to preserve local authority in the face of aggressive preemption efforts by state legislatures and Congress. He earned his law degree from the University of Michigan and undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. Produced by Leo Rivers. (60 min) At the September 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Racism, Empire & Survival "Interview With Donna Wallach" On Palestine. Produced by Jack Dresser. (60 min.)

3:00 PM

Expanding Veterans Services In Lane County Speakers: Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, Dr. John LeBow, Board Member, Veterans Legacy Project. In Lane County there are approximately 30,000 military veterans. Public support for veterans is high. Oregon voters recently approved a measure to increase funding for veteran's services, and the Veterans Administration opened a new facility locally; the VA Eugene Healthcare Center on Chad Drive. As a new group of veterans from wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan transition back to civilian life, they face a different set of challenges. What does this mean for Lane County veterans? Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, will give us an update. In addition to more traditional government programs, the Veterans Legacy Project has taken over the Lane County Forest Work Camp with the aim of developing a therapeutic environment for veterans in the Coast Range. The Project will provide alternative therady for vets with post-traumatic stress disorder and other adjustment disorders, and will provide supportive care of substance abuse. Dr. John Lebow, a member of the Veterans Legacy Project Board of Directors, will tell us about their efforts. Discussion at the City Club of Eugene on November 10, 2017. Produced by Dan Bryant and Joe Tyndall. (60 min) About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

4:00 PM

The Oregon Constitution - Legal Links series. Produced by the Oregon State Bar. Locally Sponsored by Tom Cleveland. (30 min.)

4:30 PM

The U.S. Constitution - Legal Links series. Produced by the Oregon State Bar. Locally Sponsored by Tom Cleveland. (30 min.)

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

7:00 PM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 Exploring Oregon #6 (28:01) Bohemia and Oakland, OR (Holt); 7:28 The Age of the Earth (1:48) Kent Hovind; 7:30 God's Recent Miracles #2 (28:10) Roger Webb prays for the Sick (Holt); 7:58 Snake River, Idaho (1:46) Chase; 8:00 Big Trains Rolling (Old Film showing Train use) 23:45; 8:22 Cottage Grove's KNND Car Show 2013 (6:00); 8:30 Nature's Symphony (28:17) Creation Scapes. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

9:00 PM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

10:00 PM

How To Make Money On YouTube Two brothers decide to make some spare cash by producing a Youtube video. When they review their footage they discover something unusual that requires further examination. Their investigation leads them into the kind of night they couldn't have imagined. Produced by Rick Gates. (37 min.) People can find more of his work at his YouTube channel "Tendrile Productions.".

11:00 PM

David Rogers and Frog Perform at CTV29 Local guitarist David Rogers plays his songs and local comedian Frog jokes from his popular joke books at the CTV29 Studio. Produced by David Rogers. (45 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com



FRIDAY 11/20 LOCAL MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT


12:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

1:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

2:00 AM

ENN Covers The UFO Festival In this Eugene News Network episode, we headed up to McMinnville to cover the annual UFO festival. We met some aliens, and we searched for the long lost love of Harvey Rome. Produced by Mike Schwab (23 mins.). You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

2:30 AM

My Abduction By Aliens Local resident Jefferson Henington tells the story of his being abducted by aliens. He originally told his adventure in a 300-page handwritten manuscript but that was destroyed when his homs burned in the Holiday Farm Fire. Produced by Jefferson Henington. (58 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com

3:30 AM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Distance & Blending Exercises" Learn how to create distance in a landscape (11 min.) and how to blend colors (4 min.). Then both short videos repeat. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. (28 min.) http://www.pickettonline.com.

4:00 AM

Kalapuya Poetry Night "Just Before The Fires Changes Everything…." Part Two - This group features a romp about the different flavors of Mean People – tonight Leo with focus on "People who don't care!" Produced by Leo Rivers. (29 min.) http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/36

4:30 AM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

5:00 AM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

5:30 AM

Tribute to John Lennon - Local musicians play John Lennon's music at Cozmic. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - September South Sister Climb (29 min) with Barbara Gunther. Produced by Marc Time. (30 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Spring Vegetable Golden Coconut Curry served over Polenta." Today's program features Spring Vegetable Golden Coconut Curry served over Polenta. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (26 min.)

7:00 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:00 AM

QiGong With Janet - QiGong teacher Janet Zabrosky leads a class in this ancient Chinese breathing and stretching exercise program of which Tai Chi is developed form. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (54 min.) On YouTube at https://youtu.be/CJMReLb9f_4. Email: janet@thinkvideo.com

9:00 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV November 4, 2020. Eddie the Weedman is back! He's come down from Newport once again to catch up on all the happenings with DanK tonight. Produced by Dan Koozer and 110rdr33f4. (28 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/NfWCOpAz6Ys We're also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:30 AM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

10:00 AM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

11:00 AM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

It's Time For Campaign Finance Reform Public opinion surveys in Oregon, as well as nation-wide, have consistently shown strong bipartisan support for limiting political campaign contributions and increasing transparency requirements for big donors. Although there is a super majority of public support, Oregon's Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that voter-passed campaign finance reforms violate Oregon's constitution. Because several legislative attempts to limit campaign contributions or implement strict disclosure requirements have constitutionally failed, many jurisdictions have voted for campaign finance reform that allows candidates to opt in to a publicly funded campaign as a constitutional work-around. Publicly-funded campaigns increase political accessibility for potential candidates who lack the connections with big donors and reduces the power of those who would make large donations in a traditionally-funded campaign. This panel will discuss two types of public funding: small donor matching and donation vouchers ("democracy vouchers"). Speakers will share recent public opinion data and discuss various strategies, constitutional limitations, upcoming campaign finance reform bills in the 2019 legislative session, as well as successes in Portland and Seattle in getting local elections publicly funded. Speakers: Charlie Fisher is the Executive Director of OSPIRG, a consumer advocacy group with the mission of protecting voters' right to participate in democratic decision making, among other issues. He will summarize the findings in a recent OSPIRG report on the "Big Money in Oregon State Elections," showing how large donors affect Oregon elections. David Schuman served as a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals for nine years before returning to UO School of Law, where he teaches Constitutional Law, among other subjects. He will describe the constitutional issues around campaign financing and some of the bills now before the Oregon legislature. Kristin Eberhard is a researcher, writer, speaker, lawyer, and policy analyst who leads Sightline Institute's work on democracy reform and on climate action. She is known as a leading expert on electoral reform in the Pacific Northwest. She will explain what Seattle and Portland have been doing to integrate public financing into elections in Washington and Oregon. Robin Quirke is a researcher at PolicyInteractive. Her focus is on learning to understand general public opinions while testing policy possibilities. She will share Pacific Northwest public opinion data that shows extremely strong bipartisan support for campaign finance reform among voters. At the March 8, 2019 City Club of Eugene. Produced by Leo Rivers. (60 min) About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

A Mega-Guitar-Picking Benefit The Axe & Fiddle hosts five great guitar pickers for an evening of music. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (135 min.)

4:30 PM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "November 2020" (Typology and seriation; history of salt in Alicante Province, Spain ) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka "ArchaeoDuck," tells us that some of the most vital tools for archaeologists are typology and seriation. Find out what they are, what they tell us, and why you already know how to do them! (2) Ancient and historical connections exist between salt extraction and Alicante Province, Spain. This close relationship throughout history has created unique landscapes and environments, which are teeming with life. Salt has played an important role in the local economy, society, customs, and rhythm of Alicante's life. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Change My Mind Commentary on current affairs. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

7:00 PM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

8:00 PM

ENN Covers The UFO Festival In this Eugene News Network episode, we headed up to McMinnville to cover the annual UFO festival. We met some aliens, and we searched for the long lost love of Harvey Rome. Produced by Mike Schwab (23 mins.). You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

8:30 PM

My Abduction By Aliens Local resident Jefferson Henington tells the story of his being abducted by aliens. He originally told his adventure in a 300-page handwritten manuscript but that was destroyed when his homs burned in the Holiday Farm Fire. Produced by Jefferson Henington. (58 min.) pepfoot9@gmail.com

9:30 PM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Distance & Blending Exercises" Learn how to create distance in a landscape (11 min.) and how to blend colors (4 min.). Then both short videos repeat. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. (28 min.) http://www.pickettonline.com.

10:00 PM

Kalapuya Poetry Night "Just Before The Fires Changes Everything…." Part Two - This group features a romp about the different flavors of Mean People – tonight Leo with focus on "People who don't care!" Produced by Leo Rivers. (29 min.) http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/36

10:30 PM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

11:00 PM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

11:30 PM

Tribute to John Lennon - Local musicians play John Lennon's music at Cozmic. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)



SATURDAY 11/21 LOCAL VARIETY


12:00 AM

Kalapuya Poetry Night "Just Before The Fires Changes Everything…." Part Two - This group features a romp about the different flavors of Mean People – tonight Leo with focus on "People who don't care!" Produced by Leo Rivers. (29 min.) http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/36

12:30 AM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

1:00 AM

Tribute to John Lennon - Local musicians play John Lennon's music at Cozmic. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

1:30 AM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

2:00 AM

Movies From The Madhouse Join burlesque legend Tempest Storm, pin up queen Bettie Page and a cavalcade of cuties in the 1955 variety show classick, "Teaserama"! (116 min.) Produced by M.F.T.M. productions. Find us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness!

4:00 AM

Fell The Tallest Tree: Judgement of Paul Robeson - Eugene playwright Hershell Norwood's latest work is read by actors at Tsunami books. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (120 min.)

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Spencer Butte and Snowshoeing Waldo Lake (29 min) with Barbara Gunther. Produced by Marc Time. (30 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Strawberry Rhubarb Oat Bar." Today's program features Strawberry Rhubarb Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

7:00 AM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 Exploring Oregon #6 (28:01) Bohemia and Oakland, OR (Holt); 7:28 The Age of the Earth (1:48) Kent Hovind; 7:30 God's Recent Miracles #2 (28:10) Roger Webb prays for the Sick (Holt); 7:58 Snake River, Idaho (1:46) Chase; 8:00 Big Trains Rolling (Old Film showing Train use) 23:45; 8:22 Cottage Grove's KNND Car Show 2013 (6:00); 8:30 Nature's Symphony (28:17) Creation Scapes. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

9:00 AM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

10:00 AM

UO Today Guest: Janet Dewart Bell is the author of Lighting the Fires of Freedom: African American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, and the widow of Derrick Bell, former dean of the UO's School of Law. She talks about some of the women she interviewed for her book: Myrlie Evers, Leah Chase, Gloria Richardson, and Gay McDougal. Bell also talks about her late husband who worked to increase diversity in the academy. She spoke at the UO, along with Duke Law professor Guy-Uriel Charles, on February 10, 2020 at the School of Law's annual Derrick Bell Lecture. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today

10:30 AM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Susan Jerde with Host Verna Reidy. Today's discussion: Saving Madison Meadow, SEVA - Selfless Service. Produced by Verna Reidy. (30 min.)

11:00 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Strawberry Rhubarb Oat Bar." Today's program features Strawberry Rhubarb Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

11:30 AM

The David Igl Show Guest: Vicki Douglas, retired Parole Officer on Need For Focus on At-Risk Youth. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

12:00 PM

Driving Towards a Low-Carbon Future with Electric Vehicles The increasing urgency in dealing with climate change has accelerated the pace of developing alternative energy sources to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. One international focus is on replacing the gas guzzling cars and trucks that are a primary source of carbon emissions with electric vehicles. For 2020, such major automobile manufacturers as Chevrolet, Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen are joining Tesla to offer their own electric models to the driving public. Cities around America are also converting their fossil fuel bus fleets to electric charged vehicles. Locally, the Lane Transit District (LTD) has been testing electric propulsion technology and has a commitment to convert at least 10% of its fleet to electric buses within the next two years. Philip Barnhart, J.D, PhD represented portions of Lane and Linn Counties in the Oregon Legislature from 2001 to 2019. This year he founded the Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association. Previous to that he served as a member of the Eugene 4-J School Board. His careers include law and clinical psychology. He has driven an EV since 2012. Mr. Barnhart will focus on light vehicles such as passenger cars and smaller trucks and touch on such topics as battery range, reliability and longevity, carbon content of charging electricity in Eugene, as well as price, cost, and performance of electric cars and light trucks and why you should drive an EV. Kelly Hoell is LTD's Sustainability Manager. Ms. Hoell has overseen the initial testing of the electric buses now in operation. She is also launching an evaluation of all available fuels and technology to help formulate LTD's long term plans for a low carbon bus system. Ms. Hoell earned a BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and an MBA from Oregon State University. She will discuss her carbon study involving public transit and LTD's long term plans to electrify its fleet. Michael Graham is Director of Policy and Communications for the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides resources, professional support, and "fuel agnostic" expertise to help its private and public members navigate and adopt alternative fuel and fleet efficiency solutions. Prior to that Mr. Graham served as an energy research analyst for the Oregon Department of Energy, where he co-authored the State of Oregon's first statewide Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas Inventory. He will provide an overview of the development of heavy electric vehicles, when they can be expected, and issues that need to be resolved. 1Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ's Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

1:30 PM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

2:00 PM

Walking Through the Pandemic Part 1, 2020. Walking away the pandemic in lovely spring weather. Enjoy neighborhoods through Historic Cottage Grove, in Eugene we go up Skinner Butte, past the Palace Bakery. Over in Springfield discover the Historic Washburne District of Springfield, Willamette Heights Park and on to Dorris Ranch with the Living History Village. Enjoy the Historic Homes in Eugene, and walking through lovely neighborhoods up to Lafferty Park. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (27 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

2:30 PM

Chair QiGong Therapy for Hands, Arms and Torso This #QigongWithCarole video has #therapeutic #stretching and #breathing exercises, which #relax and open your #joints, promoting #circulation of #qi #energy to #relieve #stiffness and #pain of #arthritis and #parkinsons. Includes #calmingmusic, #funexercises, and #deepbreathing for a #qigongpractice #accessibletoall. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (28 min.)

3:00 PM

EUG Parade 2020: "Bounce Forward"! THE EUG PARADE BRINGS EUGENE'S QUIRK TO THE PEOPLE! THE 2020 EUG Parade/Pet Promenade premiered its first ever "virtual parade" experience Sunday, October 4, with an hour and 14 minute video compilation of local entries created by 27 different organizations, from Eugene's Raging Grannies to the Eugene Family YMCA, focusing on the theme "Bounce Forward." Originally scheduled to debut on September 20, the Parade Committee rescheduled the event due to the impact of local wildfires on the area last month, allowing groups more time to produce their entries safely. The video, produced by members of the volunteer committee, included statements from Grand Marshals Mayor Lucy Vinis, former Mayor Kitty Piercy, "Raining" SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine, and radio show host/philanthropist Dr. King Silky. After the parade's release on its YouTube channel, Mayor Vinis commented, "How terrific! Thank you all. This moment of levity and community is just what we need! Bravo!" Piercy added, "What a fantastic virtual parade. Thanks and congrats." Here are the 2020 EUG Parade entries: Eugene Printmakers Community Studio Eugene Printmakers present "Snippets of Eugene," patterns and textures from city streets. You can buy these patterns on t-shirts, bandanas, and prints at eugeneprintmakers.org and support local non-profits.; Center for Family Development Our mental health is more important than ever as we try to get through this pandemic. The Center for Family Development, a local nonprofit, provides mental health and recovery services for children and adults. c-f-d.org; PeaceHealth Rides PeaceHealth Rides provides a healthy and safe way to travel and have fun while staying socially distanced. So mask up and ride forward! peacehealthrides.com; Eugene Education Association Eugene Educators for Black Lives presents a message of love to their students and community: "We see you and will never stop fighting for you." eugeneteachers.org; The Barbara Healy Trio It's easier to bounce forward when you have a toe-tapping sound track. The Barbara Healy Trio is a local musical group that performs original music and old favorites. barbarahealy.com; Raging Grannies of Eugene, OR The Raging Grannies use songs street theater, and humor to fight for justice and human rights. When injustice comes their way, the Grannies come to play. raginggrannieseugene.com; Eugene Family YMCA You can't spell "healthy" without "Y" and the Eugene YMCA is here, making sure the community can bounce forward together. Check out EugeneYMCA.org for information on classes.; Upstart Crow Children's Theatre Help your children become more creative and self-confident with classes in theater, dance, and music. Check out the theater's options at upstartcrowstudios.org; Healthy Moves Have you and your family become couch potatoes during this pandemic? Let the trainers at Healthy Moves show you some fun ways to be physically active! hm4kids.org; Out of Our Minds Improv We've been making audiences in Eugene laugh for six years. We realize we couldn't laugh and have fun at home without all the essential workers who keep our community bouncing forward. facebook.com/Out-of-Our-Minds-Improv; USA Dance Eugene Springfield Chapter 1010 When we can all leave our houses, there WILL be dancing in the streets. USA Dance Eugene Springfield will be there when the dancing starts, showing us all the moves! usadance.org; Rob Tobias and Paul Safar Well-known musicians in our community, entertaining and inspiring us for decades, Rob and Paul present the song "Simple Gifts," which was arranged for a sustainability conference for fourth graders. robtobias.com; Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County CASA helps foster children in Lane County bounce forward every day of the year. You can join them in using your voice to advocate for children who need love and a home to call their own. casa-lane.org; Salseros Dance Company Proving that a pandemic can't keep them from moving to the beat, the Bachata Performance Team learned and performed this choreography entirely virtually during shelter in place. salseros.com; Power On With Limb Loss Using adaptive bikes reminds us all that despite our own physical challenges, we can all power through and bounce forward. poweronwithlimbloss.org; Spreading Kindness Campaign What the world needs now, besides masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing, is kindness. The Eugene-Springfield Spreading Kindness campaign is reaching out to kids to teach us how to be better adults. spreadingkindnesscampaign.org; Rise, Dance Resist If you've been at a rally or protest march in the past three years, you've seen the Rise, Dance, Resist dancers promoting peace, equality, and democracy through music and dance. facebook.com; OUT ON A LIMB Gallery; Owner Tim Boyden bounces forward with poetry and sculpture. He reminds us that in order to create a better world, we all need to vote! timboydenart.wordpress.com; 350 Eugene Working hard to build a better future by caring for our planet and getting everyone involved in bouncing to a carbon neutral future. 350eugene.org; Dirty Spoon Dirty Spoon plays their version of Taj Majal's Honeybee. Follow the bouncing bee! dirtyspoonmusic.com; University of Oregon Ducks No one jumps higher or rebounds more quickly than the student athletes at the University of Oregon. If you're missing college sports, here are some highlights. goducks.com; Thrill The World Eugene Thrilling Eugene for eight years with flashmob dances that support Shelter Care. They bring the spirit of joy and community spirit to local events all over town all year round. thrilltheworldeugene.com; Eugene Symphony Guild The Guild raises money for youth education and community engagement through events like their annual Music in the Garden tour in June. Let's join them in this musical tribute to bouncing forward to 2021! eugenesymphonyguild.org; Eugene Public Library Foundation Chances are, you've gotten lost in a book or two dozen since March and no one knows that better than the Eugene Library Foundation. Pick up a book and be transported. eplfoundation.org; SLUG Queens Raining SLUG Queen SluGoddess SlimeShine has been moonlighting as the Queen of Parades for years! Because who doesn't love a parade? slugqueen.com; Samba Ja Let's face it, it's not a EUG Parade without Samba Ja leaving us all grooving to the beat as we wrap things up. If their music doesn't get you up on your feet and ready to bounce forward, nothing will! dearsambaja.wixsite.com/sambaja; Committee member Jerril Nilson explained that "there were 27 winners this year! Without funding or revenue (entries were free) we could not offer cash prizes as has been the tradition in past parades."; The EUG Parade 2020 will also be shown on Community Television of Lane County, Comcast Xfinity Channel 29, check online for dates and times.; For more information, email theeugparade@gmail.com (74 min.) Produced by The EUG Parade Committee. Contact: TheEUGParade@gmail.com Jerril Nilson (541-953-7537) and Jenette Kime (541-579-1596). This video is on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/zRHNq9VkRi8

4:30 PM

Pro*Star Acting for the Camera "Improv" In this inside look at a Professional acting class you will discover how actors use their body, voice, mind and emotions to create characters. Acting is a process and Linda's (30 years as a professional actress) purpose is to invite you in to the inner workings of the Craft. Produced by Larry Dobbberstein & Linda Burden-Williams (30 min.) http://www.infocusacting.com

5:00 PM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" - Spencer Butte and Snowshoeing Waldo Lake (29 min) with Barbara Gunther. Produced by Marc Time. (30 min.)

5:30 PM

ENN Covers The UFO Festival In this Eugene News Network episode, we headed up to McMinnville to cover the annual UFO festival. We met some aliens, and we searched for the long lost love of Harvey Rome. Produced by Mike Schwab (23 mins.). You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

6:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1" Series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

6:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2" Series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

7:00 PM

Arts Journal #936 August,September & October 2020 art/receptions @ New Zone/PhotoZone with interviews with artists Rebecca LaMothe, Barbora Bakalarova, Steve LaRiccia, & Ellen Gabehart. Replay concert by Hallie and the Moon from August 2015. A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

8:00 PM

Música Eugenia Presents Elizabethan Favorites Música Eugenia vocalist Alice Davenport is joined by renowned lutenist Hideki Yamaya for a concert of Early English music. The program will include favorite songs by Elizabethan masters (Thomas Campion, John Dowland, Thomas Ford and William Shakespeare)—plus solo lute instrumentals by Anthony Holborne and John Dowland. Hideki Yamaya is a performer of lutes, early guitars, and early mandolins who is currently based in Connecticut. Hideki has performed with and for Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Los Angeles Opera, California Bach Society, Oregon Bach Festival, Astoria Music Festival, Music of the Baroque, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. He has produced an impressive discography, and is also well known as a teacher (e.g., masterclasses and workshops at Yale University, University of California, Santa Cruz, Montana State University, Oregon State University, and Aquilon Music Festival). For more information about Hideki Yamaya, please go to https://www.hidekiyamaya.com. Performed Feb. 8, 2020 at the Atrium Bldg. in Eugene. Dedicated to the memory of Raleigh Williams, founding member of Música Eugenia (1928 –2019). Produced by Bill Loud and Leo Rivers. (52 min.) THis program is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78a07P3IqRU&t=717s Website: www.musicaeugenia.org email: musicaeugenia@gmail.com & 2 Música Eugenia channels on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_VQy-VHwtnERrXZCLz7Zw/videos & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1qNEdP31H45twhCLCAavmw

9:00 PM

Tribute to John Lennon - Local musicians play John Lennon's music at Cozmic. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

9:30 PM

Tribute to John Lennon - Local musicians play John Lennon's music at Cozmic. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (30 min.)

10:00 PM

Movies From The Madhouse Join burlesque legend Tempest Storm, pin up queen Bettie Page and a cavalcade of cuties in the 1955 variety show classick, "Teaserama"! (116 min.) Produced by M.F.T.M. productions. Find us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness!



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