Spotlight on the Best Businesses, Art and Products in Oregon 


Ceramic Tile Supply NW with Designed Environments - Ceramic Tile Supply NW with Designed Environments is a leading tile designer and supplier in Lane County, OR. We carry glass, metal, stone, and ceramic products for your residential or commercial space.

A True Oregon Original --  Abby's Pizza!  

It all started in July of 1964 when two long-time friends opened the doors of the very first Abby's Pizza Inn on N.E. Stephens in Roseburg, Oregon.

It wasn't long before word of Abby's spread like melted mozzarella cheese throughout the region, and a legend was born. In June of 1965, Abby and Skinny added to the legend by opening their second Abby's – this time in Grants Pass, Oregon.

During the next eight years their operation mushroomed to include seven more outlets, each built around a simple, successful formula: create a friendly, family atmosphere. Maintain the highest operating standards. And serve great pizza.

By 1997, Abby's Legendary Pizza locations could be found from Wenatchee, Washington to Medford, Oregon. Today, there are 35 Abby's locations serving hungry pizza customers throughout Washington and Oregon.

Pegi Smith Art -Welcome to the Dream World of Pegi Smith - Pegi’s paintings are very desirable and highly valued by the many art enthusiasts and spiritually-minded people who collect her work. She is consistently voted as one of Southern Oregon’s most beloved artists.

Fifth Street Public Market - One of the most popular places to go in Eugene is the Fifth Street Public Market!

One of the most popular places to go in Eugene is the Fifth Street Public Market!

It’s a local favorite and a must-visit destination. The public market is made up of two floors with a courtyard, and fountain. There are many amenities shoppers can find at the public market, and there really is a little bit of something for everyone here.

It’s a great place to just wander around at a leisurely pace to look for unique things, and for souvenirs and gifts. It’s a collection of interesting, unique, colorful shops that make up a neat, multi-story open-air cooperative. 

The large number of shops, restaurants, and art galleries mix together for the perfect place for the entire family. There are so many things to check out and do. Worth every second you can take to explore and enjoy shopping, as well as the vast variety of different types of food, local artists, and music.

Market hours are 10m to 7 pm Monday through Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. The International Cafes are open from 8:30 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and 9 am to 6 pm on Sunday.
296 E 5th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

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Home Insulation Co. concentrates on serving the insulation needs of homeowners and home builders.

There are rebates or zero-percent interest loans to help with the cost that are provided by the local utilities so you can make your home more energy efficient.  Offices in Eugene, Medford and Florence.  Call Home Insulation Co. for more details: 541-484-1733

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This world is toxic and it is sick. Many hate watching the news, reading the newspaper or even interacting with their neighbors. You don’t want to appear antisocial. You genuinely love people. But this world has made us cold and cruel.


The result is a society of unhappy people. Well over 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Well over 50% of all young adults do not even believe in marriage. We need to get back to the days where it was easy to talk to strangers and it was unnatural not to be polite.


Back to the days where people actually believed in love and looked out for their neighbors. We need to start loving ourselves again. We each need to be the change we wish to see in the world. We need to heal ourselves and start loving ourselves again.


Happy people are successful people. This is simply because being happy makes it easy to stay motivated to reaching your goals. Your thoughts have a very significant impact on the life you lead and the quality of the relationships you will have with family members, friends, and significant others.

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Oregon State Fire Marshal urges Oregonians to keep firework use legal and safe

With fireworks set to go on sale on Sunday 6/23, “Keep it legal, keep it safe” is the message from the Oregon State Fire Marshal. The 2024 fireworks retail sales season begins on June 23 and runs through July 6 in Oregon. The state fire marshal would like everyone to know which fireworks are legal to use, where fireworks can be used, and how to use them safely. 

“We ask Oregonians to be responsible if they plan to use fireworks as part of their celebrations,” Oregon State Fire Marshal Assistant Chief Deputy Mark Johnston said. “Every year, we see fires and injuries because of improper use of fireworks or illegal fireworks. Our message is simple: keep it legal and keep it safe.”  
To reduce the risk of starting a fire, some local governments in Oregon have firework sales or use restrictions in place. Oregonians are asked to check local regulations and follow them where they live or where they may be traveling to celebrate the Fourth of July. 

Consumer-legal fireworks can only be purchased from permitted fireworks retailers and stands. State regulations limit where those fireworks may be used, including public lands and parks. The possession and use of fireworks are prohibited in national parks and forests, on Bureau of Land Management lands, on U.S. Fish and Wildlife properties, on state beaches, in state parks, and in state campgrounds. Fireworks are also prohibited on many private lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry. 

For those who purchase legal fireworks, fire officials encourage everyone to practice the four Bs of safe fireworks use: 

  • Be prepared before lighting fireworks: keep water available by using a garden hose or bucket. 
  • Be safe when lighting fireworks: keep children and pets away from fireworks. Never use fireworks near or on dry grass or vegetation. 
  • Be responsible after lighting fireworks: never relight a dud. Please wait 15 to 20 minutes, then soak spent fireworks in a bucket of water before disposal. 
  • Be aware: use only legal fireworks in legal places. 

Oregon law prohibits the possession, use, or sale of any firework that flies into the air, explodes, or travels more than 12 feet horizontally on the ground without a permit issued by the state fire marshal. Fireworks commonly called bottle rockets, Roman candles, and firecrackers are illegal in Oregon without a permit. Officials may seize illegal fireworks and charge offenders with a class B misdemeanor which could result in a fine of up to $2,500. Those who misuse fireworks or allow fireworks to cause damage are liable and may be required to pay fire suppression costs or other damages. Parents are also liable for fireworks damage caused by their children. 

The Oregon State Fire Marshal has resources about the sale and legal use of consumer fireworks, retail sale permits, and state rules for firework use and enforcement activities to its website

Archaeologists Say Oregon May Be Oldest Site of Human Occupation In North America

Oregon archaeologists have found evidence suggesting humans occupied the Rimrock Draw rock shelter outside of what is now the Eastern Oregon town of Riley more than 18,000 years ago.

Patrick O’Grady, along with other archeologists and students at the University of Oregon, have discovered new evidence suggesting that Oregon could be the oldest site of human occupation in North America.

According to a new radio carbon dating analysis, the site dates back 18,000 years ago,

If that’s true, it would be way earlier than archaeologists had previously thought, coming before the Clovis culture once seen as the oldest.

“This is a very exciting development for the archaeological community,” said Heather Ulrich, BLM Oregon/Washington archaeology lead. “Previous excavations on BLM public lands in Oregon have provided archaeological evidence of human occupation dating back 14,000 years. Thanks to the partnership with Dr. O’Grady and the university, these new dates push our archaeological knowledge of human occupation in North America even farther, perhaps the oldest yet.”