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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

Blogs:

EW! A Blog.

News:

Pit Decision

Council weighs proposals to fill downtown hole

News:

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Subpoena Withdrawn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

Viewpoint:

Joined the Military?

You can change your mind

Living Out:

Off the Rag

The flow of life

Letters to the Editor

 

 







Music:

Not Your Grandma’s Tango

Worlds collide on Mood Area 52’s new CD


Music:

Sludgy Heaviosity

Melvins release Nude With Boots

Music:

Eugene, Meet Your Candidates

Symphony picks three from 300

Music:

Music Shorts

Joseph Arthur, Los Lonely Boys, Two Man Gentlemen Band

 

Podcast:

Signal:Noise

Episode #9

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Ongoing Calendar:

Schedule of weekly and monthly events.

Galleries:

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


Theater:

Community Spirit


Hello, Dolly!
comes to the LCC stage

 



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