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Eugene Weekly : 3.11.10







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Green Home & Garden:

Permaculturing South Lane

Fern Hill Nursery offers large collection

How Do I Get Myself Some Birds?

Birders, in their own backyards

Downsize to a Greener Lifestyle

Kurt Jensen’s little houses for better living

Seed, Save, Share

A revolutionary act against commercial seed industry

Green and Cheap

BRING offers remodel options that go easy on the budget

2009 Spring Planting Guide

News:

City Defies Voters

Council moves tax diversion defeated in 2007

News:

Art Explosions

Visual art and theater groups spring up

News Shorts:

Paul Prensky Remembered

Road Blocks in Vancouver

Why Didn't the Wolf Cross the Road

Riverfront Skyscraper or Park

PIELC Talk: Greener Governments

Coal-Fired Facebook

Hit-and-Run Victim Rides Again

No Substitute for Hot Fires

Activist Alert

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes

Natural Resistance:

Rodents of Utah


Backward lawmakers bow to the beaver

Viewpoint:

Boys Will Be Boys?


Duck athletes are not getting the message

City-Zen Journal:

Exploiting Uncertainties


City’s project list seeks to justify slush fund

Letters to the Editor

On The Blogs:

 

 







Music:

Have Green, Will Drink

St. Patrick’s Day events around town



Music:

Music Shorts

Kmria, Diminished Men, Dick Hyman,
LYNX and Janover, Eugene Opera’s Faust

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

It's About Time:

A monthly feature about what's happening this time of the year in the local natural world.

Clubs:

Music at the clubs

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:

The White Ribbon

Child’s Play



What’s wrong with the children?


Theater:

Friendship, Hateship, Jealousy, Writing

Love, meet success in The Four of Us

Theater:

A Half-Hit and a Miss

Two more openers at the OSF

Books:

Life After Death

Science, race, emotion and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks



Eugene Weekly's Annual Nightlife & Drinking Issue

Doc’s Pad Returns

An old bar finds a new home

The Cheers of South Eugene

Come for the whiskey, stay for the music, leave because you’ve lost at pool

History With - or Of - A Kick

Whiskey from beginning to bottoms up

Clearing the Palate with Consomme Cocktails

Molecular gastronomy makes a splash at The Rabbit

Striking Out on the Town 

Eugene’s bowling alleys are home to all kinds

Special Delivery 

Drinks for not quite free

A Frequent Flyer

A look at the Aviation

Local bar directory

Get your drink on.

 



Eugene Weekly's Quarterly Restaurant Guide

 



The State of Suds 2009