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Music:
Two Beats
Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker slows it down in her new, grown-up band

Music:
Fine Art of Music
Umphrey’s McGee goes beyond jam band


THURSDAY OCTOBER 7

Axe & Fiddle Garrett Brennan & the Great Salt Licks­7; Acoustic, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Elena Villa­7:15; n/c

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff­10; DJ, n/c


Follow Your Heart

 

Two Beats
Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker slows it down in her new, grown-up band
by Sara Brickner

Willamette Vision
Inspired fundraising or toothless paper? 
By Alan Pittman


Books:
Risky Business

Guy Maynard’s first novel looks back

Books:
A Past More Perfect

The work of Oregon, in poem form

 

A Past More Perfect
The work of Oregon, in poem form
by Suzi Steffen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS


IN MEMORY OF KEVIN DOUGHERTY


Viewpoint:
Principle Above Politics

The ideals of Wayne Morse remain relevant and timely

Insider Baseball:
Fluoride, Anyone?

Pondering the ballot on the kitchen table

On The Blogs:

 


Principle Above Politics
The ideals of Wayne Morse remain relevant and timely
By G.V. Stathakis

 

Pat vs. Sid
Job-maker takes on jobless conservative in nonpartisan county race 
story by Alan Pittman • photos by Todd Cooper



 

 

Risky Business
Guy Maynard’s first novel looks back
by Ted Taylor