Business

Guitar Manufacturers Form Partnership

Though there was no rainy outdoor concert to commemorate it, no tie-dyes made for the occasion and no ten-bong salute,…

8 years ago

1859 Writers’ Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in 1859 Oregon's Magazine, the magazine about how Oregonians live, work and play. 1859 is…

8 years ago

Sound Off: Skyline Forest

The Skyline Forest is a 33,000-acre tree farm west of Bend that was once owned by timber company Crown Pacific.…

8 years ago

Interview: Solar Energy Research

Wei Wang sat down in his lab at Oregon State University with an inkjet printer and an interesting question. Why…

8 years ago

Oregon Food Bank

It is an understatement to say that Rachel Bristol is passionate about her work. Vigor, pride and frustration are Bristol’s…

8 years ago

Influence and the Health Insurance Exchange

The federal Affordable Care Act frames health insurance exchanges as a transparent and competitive insurance marketplace where individuals and small…

8 years ago

Stoller Vineyards

Bill Stoller never pictured himself settling down in his hometown of Dayton, Oregon, but an interest in wine and a…

9 years ago

Economic Intuition

Over the past three years, the U.S. economy flew off the tracks and along with it Oregon. There was the housing crisis in…

9 years ago

Windfall or Windbag?

In February 2006, Governor Kulongoski called for 25 percent of all Oregon’s energy to come from renewable resources by 2025. Since…

9 years ago

A Conversation with John Callahan

John Callahan, a white boy from Connecticut, was an oddball choice to be named the literary executor of an African-American…

9 years ago