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Simmering Summer Sounds
Fair, jazz, pops and more 
by Brett Campbell


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

 


Theater
To Bee or Not to Bee
Charlotte Jones’ award winning Hamlet-remix

 

Cool Off With Your Brain Off IV:
No New Hope

 

Design Is All Around Us
Eyeing local architecture
By Jerry Diethelm

 


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

 

Playing Catch with Fish

As the weather heats up, it’s time to pull out those rods and tackle boxes and hit the water for another great season of summer fishing. For the uninitiated, the Eugene-Springfield area has fantastic fishing spots along the McKenzie and Willamette rivers, and angling shops in town will help you with all your questions and equipment needs. 

 

Fishing Hotspots

 

Bloodsucking Fun


Viewpoint:
Cap and Trade
The best option among flawed choices?

Viewpoint:
Dear Graduate
Go forth and make your life extraordinary

On The Blogs:


THE HOME BIRTH OPTION


Cap and Trade
The best option among flawed choices?
by Erin Noble

 

Cyclic  Upturn
Bike boost would give Eugene big economic stimulus 
By Alan Pittman


By David Wagner

 

lane county

June

Friday, 6/5

First Friday ArtWalk, with stops at several galleries, music, stores open late, refreshments, 5:30pm, begins at Modern, 207 E. 5th Ave. www.lanearts.org FREE.

Chalk the World, interactive art exhibit, 4pm-7pm, Eugene Public Library. FREE.

Oregon Bach Festival preview, 6pm, Eugene Public Library. FREE.

 

Summer Guide

Whoa.


Between Big and Bigger
Medium Troy has built a name and a following
By Vanessa Salvia


Music of the Mountains