Cigar Box Nation fans explode with new fascination with Cigar Box Guitars. Learn more about the latest musical fad hitting the world. Want to build one yourself? It's not as hard as one would think.
Multiple Sclerosis does not mean you have to give up anything. Adapting is the first thing to do. Watch the story of a woman who keeps learning new ways to live with the hand she's been dealth.
Listen to a song about a mountain near Camas Swale creek in the Willamette Valley in Oregon's central valley.
My mother was one of the first what came to be known as a "Displaced Homemaker" women who got a divorce during the seventies. Her coming of age showed her true heart and determination.
Why Oregon Banned Offshore Drilling Weeks Before Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. An historical hub about the BP spill FIVE YEA
Oregon is well known for their values to keep their state from being exploited. Off shore drilling has been banned and will continue to be banned if its up to the people of Oregon.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis is do-able and with some minor adjustments you can keep enjoying the many blessing you already have in your life.
Songwriter from Eugene, Oregon writes a song about a tumultuous love affair that turns out badly. The two remaining players of the band "Nervous Rex" play locally.
Short story of a touching relationship between a man in a nursing home and his nurse's aid. "God Lives in a Nursing Home
A nurses aid develops a special fondness for a man who suffered a stroke. She learns his language now reduced to only one word.
original rock song by girlpower and the other member of the Nervous Rex band from Eugene, Oregon. The song "Just One More" is about the excessive nature of our modern world.
girlpower wrote this song for Cindy Sheehan when she lost her son in the Iraq war, I sent it to her through her site for her radio station. She was kind enough to email me back saying thank you
Years later Obama's hate crime legislation is improving the lives of people of color, gays and women, who had cried out for equality for everyone, including the disabled.
When you think you've heard some real bad news its all in how you take the news, MS doesn't have to define you, doesn't have to limit your abilities. Staying the person you are is the best choice
A contemporary, liberated woman living on the West Coast in the beautiful Willamette Valley in Eugene OR, a town full of artists, writers and free thinkers.