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Eugene Weekly : 7.17.08

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Traditional Innovator A Q&A with OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch

Organized Insanity OSF’s costume shop

Last Man Standing Othello on the Elizabethan Stage through Oct. 10

It’s All Just a Case of Mistaken Identity A Comedy of Errors on the Elizabethan Stage through Oct. 12

Postmodern Angst, Zany Style The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler at the Bowmer Theatre through Nov. 1

Man Alone, and Whiny Coriolanus at the New Theatre through Nov. 2

Bare Bones Our Town on the Elizabethan Stage through Oct. 11

People in Motion John Sipes moves, but not to the music


EW! A Blog.


Pit Decision

Council weighs proposals to fill downtown hole


Endangered Language

Tribal elder to teach Sahaptin at UO

News Shorts:

Subpoena Withdrawn

Trail Closed for Logging

Piercy for Tax Breaks

Phooey on Foie Gras

Former CM Quits Post

Taser-Town Shocking Art

Parking Back to Park

Fire-Proof Your Home

Activist Alert

War Dead

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes

Happening Person:

John Archer


Joined the Military?

You can change your mind

Living Out:

Off the Rag

The flow of life

Letters to the Editor




Not Your Grandma’s Tango

Worlds collide on Mood Area 52’s new CD


Sludgy Heaviosity

Melvins release Nude With Boots


Eugene, Meet Your Candidates

Symphony picks three from 300


Music Shorts

Joseph Arthur, Los Lonely Boys, Two Man Gentlemen Band




Episode #9


The week's events at a glance.

Ongoing Calendar:

Schedule of weekly and monthly events.


Art events and exhibits in local galleries.

¡Ask a Mexican!


Savage Love

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's

Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man

Movie Review:

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Hell’s Kitchen

Guillermo del Toro dishes up another pretty picture

Movie Review:

Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

The Devil’s Angel

It never got weird enough for Hunter S. Thompson


Community Spirit

Hello, Dolly!
comes to the LCC stage


Eugene Weekly's
Quarterly Restaurant Guide



EW's guide to booze, bars & Nightlife