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Eugene Weekly : 4.22.10







Earth Day 2010

Let it Flow

Restoring Green Island

Prickly Project 

Wrestling thorn vines in the nude t’aint for sissies

Make Way for Turtles

Can kids get the UO to help the Millrace?

Maintaining a Beautiful Butte

The key is to stay on the trail

News:

Rubble to Raised Beds


Ann Bettman’s strategy for the Courthouse Garden

City-Zen Journal:

Fire Merger Charges Ahead


Administrative coup flaunts public process

News Shorts:

Hemp Activist, Author Jack Herer Remembered

Penny Poll Points Out Priorities

Ellsberg Film Producer Here for Opening

City's Tax Diversion Illegal?

Food Security Town Hall III

Immigrants Rally for Reform

EW Offices Close Early

Activist Alert

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

War Dead

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes

Something Euge!

Living Out:

Do-Do the Right Thing


Calling attention to crap should be enough

Viewpoint:

The Bank of Nature


We have no plan to repay our debts

Letters to the Editor

On The Blogs:

 

 







Music:

He Is What He Is

Merle Haggard, bad luck, good fortune and all



Music:

Game Over?

Gimmicky music vs “actual” music

Music:

Music Shorts

Camera Obscura, Chervona,
Bruce Cockburn

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Clubs:

Music at the clubs

Galleries:

Art events and exhibits in local galleries.

It's About Time:

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

¡Ask a Mexican!



Savage Love

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's

Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man

 

 







Movie Review:

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

Violence, Hatred and Clichés



Popular thriller adaptation doesn’t thrill


Movie Review:

The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers


Paper Tiger

The man who took on Vietnam

Movie Festival:

DisOrient Asian American Film Festival

Fifth Festival Flies



DisOrient Asian American Film Festival arrives in town this weekend

Movie Review:

Why Am I Doing This?

Why Not?

Theater:

Sea Life, Earthy and Full of Fire

UO cast tops The Highest Tide

Theater:

The Fashionable Fascist 

Evita lands in Cottage Grove

Books:

Hearts and History 

Hope Larson’s Mercury

Books:

Grief and the Changing World

Kathleen Dean Moore names and explores nature and pain

 



Eugene Weekly's Quarterly Restaurant Guide

 



Eugene Weekly's Annual Nightlife & Drinking Issue

 



The State of Suds 2009