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Books:
Sustaining Words

Terry Tempest Williams to the EMU


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

BRING Gallery “Vision/Revision,” group show w/Oregon Arts Alliance, Oregon artists who use recycled materials in their work, reception 5:30-7pm Thursday, Oct. 28, exhibit continues through Dec. 30. 4446 Franklin Blvd


Living Out:
We Need an Exorcist

Let’s give a boot to the demons

Viewpoint:
Workable Dispensaries

Measure 74 fills a gap in a state program

On The Blogs:

 


WORKING FOR HEALTH CARE

 

Make Way for Wildlife
The Elliott State Forest and Oregon’s ecosystems
By Camilla Mortensen


We Need an Exorcist
Let’s give a boot to the demons
By Sally Sheklow

 



 

Sustaining Words
by suzi steffen

 

Musical Sanctuaries
Scary organs and other reasons to go to church
by Brett Campbell


Workable Dispensaries
Measure 74 fills a gap in a state program
By Cheryl Smith  


Music:
No Rest for the Wicked
The Sawyer Family comes home — for a while

Music:
Musical Sanctuaries
Scary organs and other reasons to go to church


I love reading your column and never thought that I would have a reason to write to you, but to my pleasure and chagrin, I realized today that I could use your help.

Bozievich v. Rust
Developer, gravel and timber barons back right-winger
By Alan Pittman


THURSDAY OCTOBER 28

Axe & Fiddle Oldies But Goodies­7:30; Blues, country, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Heather­7:15; n/c

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff­10; DJ, n/c

Cowfish “Lime Night” w/DJ Heshe, Jon 7 & guests­9:30; Crunk, house

 

Colors, Shapes and Chills

 

 

No Rest for the Wicked
The Sawyer Family comes home — for a while
by Molly Templeton