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Sears Pit Proposals
Projects range from student apartments to community center
by Alan Pittman


 


The Kindest Cut
Logging to restore native habitats on Mt. Pisgah
by Camilla Mortensen


THURSDAY JULY 3

THE ASTORIA Texas Hold ‘Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Sour Mash Hug Band—8; Old-time, gypsy

black forest Alkaline Vibe—10

THE CITY DJ Simy—10; 80s, techno, reggae

Club snafu DJs Mr. Rain & Michael Human—10; Electro, house


Wonderfully Weird



BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO


Equal Protection
Two gatherings examine the role of police
by Ted Taylor


Books:
Not All Dogs Go to Heaven

Some have other destinations in mind

Outdoors:
The ‘Bidge

The remotest, loveliest, craziest spot in the Lower 48


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Art of Glass Glass beads & jewelry by Sue Hunnel, through Aug. 27. An opening is 6pm Friday. 9am-5:30pm M-F; 9am-4pm Sa. 790 Blair.


Viewpoint:
Fed Meddling
Simple blundering, or strategic suppression?

Viewpoint:
Sucking On the Pump
Mammals at the feet of dinosaurs


TRUSTING POLICE


Fed Meddling
Simple blundering, or strategic suppression?
by Josh Schlossberg


The ‘Bidge
The remotest, loveliest, craziest spot in the Lower 48
by James Johnston

 

Blowing Smoke
Will Kulongoski put out the field fires?
By Camilla Mortensen


Opening Nights


The Jungle Book 

Opens Tuesday, July 29, at the Mad Duckling Theatre in Amazon Park.


Not All Dogs Go to Heaven
Some have other destinations in mind
by Molly Templeton