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the procrastinator’s gift guide 

Eugene B. Good
our annual give guide
by Paula Hoemann and Suzi Steffen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


LOATHSOME THINKING


Viewpoint:
The Battle of the Story
Narrators have the power to shape our understanding

Living Out:
What I Want?
Maybe one less thing to fret


The Battle of the Story
Narrators have the power to shape our understanding
By Nadia Raza


Cry Me a River
Part II in a series on the McKenzie: The McKenzie River, climate change and the future of clean water
By Camilla Mortensen



 

the procrastinator’s gift guide

Ringing the Changes
music books, from background to groundbreaking


What I Want?
Maybe one less thing to fret
By Sally Sheklow


The Need for Wolves
Maintaining balance in the food chain
by Mary O’Brien


Music:
the procrastinator’s gift guide
Listen to this
whip out your itunes local music store giftcard


I’m writing to you under the influence of a little alcohol (as I’m not sure I’d have the courage to write to you about this sober). I’ve got an awkward (understatement) situation.


THURSDAY DEC. 23

Axe & Fiddle Jimmy Schäper­7; Celtic, Americana, n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Sarina­7:15; n/c

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff­10; DJ, n/c

Cozmic Pizza Evan Churchill, Jeremy Pruitt, Jesse Meade­7:30; Acoustic, $5

 

the procrastinator’s gift guide

Listen to this
whip out your itunes local music store giftcard

Kids and Jobs
Citizens pack meeting to ask city to help schools
By Alan Pittman


Arts Shorts:
Arts Shorts
Crafts Popping Up All Over

Theater:
Merry and Bright

The Shedd returns with a wittier, warmer White Christmas


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS