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Eugene Weekly : 10.11.07


Working for What's

Good and Right

Keith Boykin talks about mobilizing the Democratic base, Larry Craig on the down low, why civil rights doesn't mean owning a Bentley — and how to bring America together

News Shorts:

Staggering Ducks Abound 

Spotted Owls in Spotlight

Fussing Over Fish

Freeways Plan Eugene's Future

Referendum Manipulation

Meth Mouth Exposed

Connie Brown Remembered

Watada Retrial Delayed 

War Dead 

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes


City Hall Sprawl

City disses its own goals and rules and heads for the burbs


Mayfield's Vengeance

Maligned Oregon lawyer takes on PATRIOT Act

Happening Person:

David Wilson


The ENDA Game

The rush to exclude transpeople — and a heartening resistance


Biofuel Quandary

Are we fueling war or peace?


EW! A Blog.

Letters to the Editor




Peel Obsession

Falling hard for Melt-Banana


Bringing it All Back Home

Local music lovers bring jazz greats


Music Shorts

Michelle Shocked, Greg Brown, Gore Gore Girls, TSOL


The week's events at a glance.

Ongoing Calendar:

Schedule of weekly and monthly events.


Art events and exhibits in local galleries.

ASUO Street Fair ticket winners announced

Savage Love

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's

Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man


Movie Review:

In the Shadow of the Moon

Air Tight

A gleaming documentary of the men in the moon

Movie Clips:

Movie Clips

Short reviews of what is currently playing


Arts Shorts

DIVA's Second Friday Film Forum, Zombie A Go Go, Free Theater Tix

Visual Art:

Flying Solo, With Companions

Printer Sandy Tilcock celebrates her new studio


Second Impressions

Don't judge these two Oregon Book Award finalists by their covers


A for Ambition

The daunting challenge of Lear


Opening Nights

Count Dracula


Hip Hip Hurray

Think of this hardy rose as a shrub


Enter Eugene Weekly's first-ever pumpkin carving contest. Click here for details.


Eugene Weekly's
Quarterly Restaurant Guide


EW's guide to booze, bars and nightlife