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Eugene Weekly : 10.04.07







Eugene Weekly 25th Anniversary Issue:


What are We Doing Here?

An introspective look at our unique publication

Starting the Paper

Silver linings in cloudy times

Thanks for the Memories

Getting Readers Excited

Your editor reflects on nearly a decade of reader response

EW Enviro

Self-Study

And time goes on, and on, and…

Eugene Weekly Timeline

News Shorts:

Amazon Headwaters Vote (Again) 

California Eco-Trials Wrap Up

Bush Still Slow on Climate

Watada Goes Back on Trial

Commute Challenge Coming Up Next Week 

WAND Focuses on Hillary

Trips for Kids to Begin 

War Dead

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes.

Happening People: Margret and Chuck John

Natural Resistance:

Bring Me Down


My queendom for a bag

Insider Baseball:

Trading Rumors


A view of the upcoming election from left field

Viewpoint:

Primed for Disaster


How can we prepare for the coming fires?

Viewpoint:

What About Bob?


Dritz steps down after 25 years at White Bird Clinic

Blogs:

EW! A Blog.

Letters to the Editor

 

 







Music:

Jump Start Maturity



Hot Boy grows up, makes it rain cash money


Music:

Everyone Should Have a Home

Eagle Park Slim contributes song to fight homelessness

Music:

Triumph of the Underdog

Mozart Players celebrate with a bang

Music:

Music Shorts

Martin Sexton, The Mission Creeps, Nellie McKay, The Shout Out Louds and Nico Vega

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Ongoing Calendar:

Schedule of weekly and monthly events.

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:

In the Valley of Elah

Time Will Darken It



Tommy Lee Jones and the artifacts of fatherhood


Movie Review:

The Jane Austin Book Club


Book Talk

Life, love and six novels

Movie Clips:

Movie Clips


Short reviews of what is currently playing

Arts:

Arts Shorts


5th Street Public Market's Harvest Crush, Zombies

Style:

Modern Independent Charm


Augurie takes flight

Theater:

The Lives of Others

Narrative hell — and deliverance — at the Leebrick

Theater:

Opening Nights


King Lear, Night of the Living Dead

Outdoors:

Greater Ecosystem


Four hikes in the North Cascades

Wine:

Must Be in Oregon


Nooooo! Too soon! Not ready!

 



2007 Eugene Weekly Film Fest: Politics of Dissent

Human Stories for Our Time

 



Eugene Weekly's
Quarterly Restaurant Guide

 



EW's guide to booze, bars and nightlife