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Eugene Weekly : 10.12.06

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Coverstory:

The Hidden Farr Right


Both incumbent Debi Farr and challenger Chris Edwards claim they're moderates. Someone's fronting.





Feature:

Bleeding Yellow and Green

Fans make the game.

News Shorts:

See No Tree Vole

Auditor Gets A Reception

Apolitical? Not Gen Y

Drink to the Guv!

What Makes a Democracy

Two Biggy Hearings

Torrey Typos

By Golly, a Movie!

Lane County Herbicide Spray Schedule

Rally Against UCLA

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes.

News:

Buying Initiatives

Rich out-of-state right wingers would radically change Oregon.

News:

Compelled to Action

How Golden Gardens' notorious 'drowning pits' got bucks in parks bond measure.

News:

Saving Schools, Locally

A city income/business tax could replace lost school funding.

Happening Person: Jan Wilson

Viewpoint:

The Power of Money


Historic ballot measures confront a broken system.

Natural Resistance:

Cool Prayers


Atoning for our climate sins

 

 

 







Music:


Old Friends, New Albums

Greg Brown and Bo Ramsey bring a double bill of songwriting greatness to the McDonald Theater.


Music:

Passionate Strings

Oregon Mozart Players start the season with love in the air.

Music:

It's Raining Music

Shedd, UO, other venues host indoor pleasures.

Music:

Music Shorts

EW's music writers cover the local scene.

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Galleries:

Art events and exhibits in local galleries.



Savage Love

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's

Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man

 





Movie Review:

The Departed


Gimme Shelter

Martin Scorcese sends Leo and Matt undercover.

Movie Review:

This Film is Not Yet Rated


Bucking the System

Taking on the MPAA

Movie Review:

Another Gay Movie


Just Another Coming of Age Fuck-Fest

Summer of lust, super-gay version

Books:

A Touch of the Weird


Eugene writer spins vivid, graphic tales.

Dance:

Tango Fire
Heats Things Up


Culture and seduction mix with history.

Theater:

Still Bearing Fruit


Check out Chekhov's Cherry Orchard.

Theater:

Opening Nights

Food:

Fancy Feasting


Downtown Eugene has three new eatery offerings.

Gardening:

Turf Out Now!


Fall is the perfect time for smother mulching.

 



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