Mary Kathryn Nagle's "Manahatta" explores the idea that the past is present and the present is past by telling the stories of the Dutch West India Company's claim of Manhattan Island in 1626 and the American financial crisis of 2008.
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Directors Chapman and Maclain Way explore the Rajneeshees — a cult behind the largest U.S. act of bioterrorism — in their new Netflix documentary mini-series, "Wild Wild Country."
Bartels Packing has shut its Eugene and Fern Ridge Lake-area slaughterhouse and meat packing operations, costing 142 workers their jobs and shuttering a 120-year-old business run by four generations of Bartels family members.
With suspicions they are no longer welcome after 27 years, organizers of an annual Civil War re-enactment at Fort Stevens State Park — the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest — will relocate.