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Eugene Weekly : 10.18.07







Coverstory:

Broadway on the Ballot

Eugene Measure 20-134 plays on urban renewal myths



News Shorts:

Upcoming Eco-Arson Sentencings

Quakers Arrested

More Debates on 20-134

Chub Making a Comeback

Blundering Toward War with Iran

Integrity Award

Raptors on Campus

War Dead

News:

Election Endorsements


Time to fill out that ballot

News:

Robot Companions


Can reliance on technology make us vulnerable?

Happening People:

Wendy Strgar

Viewpoint:

Risky Business

The case for smaller-scale redevelopment

By Betty Taylor

Viewpoint:

Filling the Blanks


City measure is a positive step forward

By Mayor Kitty Piercy

Viewpoint:

Healthier Kids


Less smoke helps make it happen

By Phil Barnhart

Living Out:

Eating Out


A leather anniversary at the coast

By Sally Sheklow

Blogs:

EW! A Blog.

Letters to the Editor

 

 







Music:

Will Sing for Change



Holly Near revisits the classics


Music:

Music Shorts

Galactic, Christian Kiefer and Nice Monster, Kingston Trio, Eugene Concert Choir, Steve Goldberg and the Arch Enemies

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Ongoing Calendar:

Schedule of weekly and monthly events.

Galleries:

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:

Across the Universe

Strawberry Fields



It's nothing (much) to get hung about


Movie Review:

Into the Wild

Incredible Journey



A heroic figure or just tragically misguided?

Arts:

Arts Shorts


Taiwan Film Festival, Fresh Hop Beer "Tastival"

Visual Art:

Cornucopia of Crap and Gold


Springfield Mayor's Art Show lacks human warmth

Books:

Love, Protection, Loss, Recovery


Cai Emmons' second novel delivers on several levels

Books:

Taking the Music to the People


Alex Ross on the highs and lows of the 20th century

Theater:

Counting on Dracula


A mish-mash of genres makes for a confusing production

Theater:

Opening Nights


Jacques Brel is Alive & Well & Living in Paris, La Dispute

Dance:

If I Love You, You Best Beware


Eugene Ballet Company's Carmen

Outdoors:

Range of Fire


Following the footsteps of John Muir

 

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