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Modern Greats
Masters of jazz and more
by Brett Campbell


Dear Mexican: Why are Mexicans so proud of the brutality of their police force? They seem to glamorize it in all their music and telenovelas.  — Batons are Bats, Or Super Oracles

Dear BABOSO: I’ll let you know when Dirty Harry, Detective Sipowicz, Chief Wiggum, and the producers of COPS get back to me, m’kay?

 


Theater:
The Big Idea(s)

Latini
a slow boat ride through humanities class, on acid

Theater:
Opening Nights
Metamorphoses


The Plight of the Chronically Ill
How can we improve quality of life?
By Jay R. Cavanaugh, Ph.D.


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING


Viewpoint:
Seeing the Forest 
Through the trees 

Viewpoint:
Carbon Conversations
New ways of looking at interrelated problem


SLASHING SERVICES?


Seeing the Forest 
Through the trees 
by George Wuerthner

 


Smoke Signals
Changes might be coming for Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Act
by Rick Levin

 

Opening Nights

Metamorphoses opens at the UO’s Robinson Theatre Friday, May 1.


Musical Revolution
Concert halls reverberate
by Brett Campbell


Carbon Conversations
New ways of looking at interrelated problem
by Artemio Paz


Hitchhiking to Sanity
The long road to recovery from mental illness
By Mechelle Stone


Music:
She’s Got Your Back, Black
Violet Clark takes the spotlight

Music:
Musical Revolution
Concert halls reverberate


Please stop using the word “retarded” as an insult, Dan. I know it can be hard to break a verbal habit, but please make an effort. Perhaps you should have a “retard jar” on your desk that you put a dollar in every time you use the word. When the jar is full, send the money to the Special Olympics.