Wild acrobatics, dangerous stunts and even comedy are on tap.
Here's what you need to know about the iconic autumn tradition.
During the county fair, animal welfare proponents pointed out that a stingray exhibit slated for the fair violated the county ordinance.
Corvallis city staff now say there just isn’t enough money.
Ahoy, me hearties! International Talk Like a Pirate Day fast approaches on the horizon. Prepare to get yer sea legs and channel yer inner pirate.
What do you get when you cross a heavy metal concert with Shakespeare?
After two years away, Funk in the Forest will bring fans fresh local funk from 3 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Thompson Shelter in Avery Park, Southwest Avery Park Drive in Corvallis.
It's back after a two-year hiatus for you-know-what.
Like the band’s live shows, the album is a mix of folk, rock, Latin-infused jazz and more.
Charcuterie may be hard to say and spell, but it’s not hard to eat.
Covered bridge tours, casual cycling and a cornhole tournament are just a few items on the itinerary for the second annual Bridges, Bikes and Brews Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 10, in downtown Scio.
Clear your calendar and get ready to search the skies for colorful hot air balloons: the Northwest Art & Air Festival is set to return to Albany this weekend, Aug. 26 through 28, offering just as much entertainment on the ground as in the air.
Canmore, Alberta in the Canadian Rockies is one of the best examples around of a satellite location for travel – it’s a 20 minute drive to Banff National Park.
So you like to sing? And you want to make a living singing, maybe even be the next Carrie Underwood or Adam Lambert?
The indie film “All Sorts” will premiere at 3 and 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at the Darkside Cinema, 215 SW Fourth St. in Corvallis, and will run through Thursday, Aug. 25.
Prepare to smile and sing along to “Let It Go” once more. Albany Civic Theater youth are almost ready to perform “Frozen Jr.,” an adaptation of the 2018 Broadway musical that enchanted audiences worldwide.
Willamette Tides is a new adventure company in Corvallis that aims to make the river more accessible to those who live on its banks.
What started out as a research project about spiders ended up as a musical instrument. Here's what it sounds like.
After a two-year hiatus, the Summit Summer Festival will soon return to downtown Summit for its 43rd year.