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The Human Bean is hosting its seventh annual food drive on Friday, Aug. 19. Customers who bring non-perishable food items will receive drink discounts and a chance to win a pair of Oregon Duck or Oregon State Beaver football tickets. All food donations will benefit the Jackson County area through ACCESS Inc. Customers who bring one food item will receive 50 cents off any drink; those who bring two items will receive $1 off; and those who bring three items will receive a $1...

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Oregonians with disabilities and their families can start planning for a new financial tool that becomes available this winter, courtesy of the state of Oregon and the federal government. The state's Achieving a Better Life Experience...

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With Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at the forefront of the silly season in 2016, it’s not at all surprising that there has not been much oxygen left in the room for their vice presidential picks. Prominent media outlets have abundant...

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Censorship is wrong As a professor and librarian with a master's degree in library science, I would like to point out that what OSF Executive Director Cynthia Rider and others have done by initiating a boycott of the...

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“Sausage Party” is a filthy feast – and that’s a good thing. No fruit hangs too low for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the masterminds of this grownup cartoon that plays like a big weed-fueled fever dream. It might look...

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In “Pete’s Dragon,” writer-director David Lowery sticks to the tried-and-true Disney formula for his earnest remake of the 1977 movie: Dead parents, child in peril, happy ending. The movie wastes no time in...

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Used to be the prerequisite for Hollywood biopics was the subject had to be interesting enough to sustain a two-hour movie. It always held true, even when the guest of honor was a complete hack like the hapless movie director Ed Wood, famously...

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Everything isn’t bigger and better in Texas. Just ask the dirt poor Howard brothers — and most of their Lubbock neighbors who are out of work, in debt and economically depressed in the vengeance-fueled tale “Hell or High...

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The most recent golden era of American cinema was the 1970s, when small gems such as “Charley Varrick,” “Payday,” “The Friends of Eddie Coyle,” and “The Long Goodbye” were getting lost in...

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