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Eugene Weekly : 3.10.11

EW's guide to green homes & gardens:

Farms Not Lawns

Defense against divisions in your own back 40

Low VOCs for My Undies

Refinishing furniture the low-toxic way

Green Digs

LCC offers low-carbon, car free living downtown

Green on Top

Great for the environment, wallet, health and wellbeing

Where To Find Used Home & Garden Materials

Spring Planting Guide 2011


No Clean Coal

Companies look to export coal through the Northwest


Envision Sprawl

City manager pushes to blow growth boundary

News Shorts:

Cars Take Big Toll on Non-Drivers

Unions Rally for Rights in Oregon

Films Eye Indigenous Justice

Eugene Businesses Using Fewer Toxics

Bills Target Land Use Planning

Grow Grow Gadget Green Ganja

Small Scale Farming

Coos Bay a Dumping Ground?

Small Farms Yield More in Cuba

Movement to Amend Taking Off 

Activist Alert

Lane Area Herbicide Spray Schedule

Lighten Up

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes

Something Euge!

Living Out:

Lights Out

Technology leads to grave robbing

Que Pasa:

Stand Alone, Stand Together

Immigrants make America a better place

Letters to the Editor

On The Blogs:




Music Shorts

Punch Brothers, Eugene Irish Cultural Festival, Greensky Bluegrass, Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats


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



Movie Review:

An Understanding Heart

Opal Whiteley returns to Oregon

Movie Review:

The Good, the Bad and the Lazy

wears its influences on its sleeve


Clutter Can’t Kill This Mockingbird


Modernizing Moliere


Veteran OSF Actor Flies South


Raise a Glass

Toasting the working stiffs in Wisconsin and at home



Eugene Weekly's Quarterly Restaurant Guide


Eugene Weekly's Annual Nightlife & Drinking Issue


The State of Suds 2010