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Eugene Weekly : 7.15.10

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Ready for the Big Stories

OSF’s Alison Carey brings the drama of U.S. history to the stage

Beyond the Plays

OSF’s value increases with additional events

Three Days, Five Plays

Late nights and long afternoons at the OSF

News Shorts:

Gas Projects Going Badly?

RFK Jr. at McDonald

West 11th Not So Bad After All

Oregon Hit by Trade-Related Job Losses

Activist Alert

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes

Something Euge!

Letters to the Editor

On The Blogs:




Best Coast Living

Snoop and Cube still showing the whippersnappers how it’s done


Gotta Lovett

The Texas singer is a force of nature 


Music Shorts

Corinne West and Kelly Joe Phelps, Blue Giant,
Ty Curtis Band, The Harvey Girls


The week's events at a glance.


Music at the clubs


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




Exit Through the Gift Shop


A documentary of sorts about street art


I Am Love

Beautiful Freedom

Tilda Swinton stars, in every way, in I Am Love


9500 Liberty

What’s the Matter with Virginia?

Documentary traces an Arizona-like immigration law


Chances and Choices

David Mitchell explores the forces that evolve our lives


Common Ground

Planting the seeds of community cohesion


Eugene Weekly's Quarterly Restaurant Guide


Eugene Weekly's Annual Nightlife & Drinking Issue


The State of Suds 2010