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Latin Lover
Cherry Poppin' Daddies release new CD
BY VANESSA SALVIA


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

SPECIAL PAPERBACK EDITION


Big Bucks for Mayor
Pro-sprawl interests invest heavily in Torrey
BY ALAN PITTMAN

Coming Soon. Check back soon.


Visual Art:
Punks On Paper
Vitriolic poster show cramps DIVA's space


Alaska Pinot?
Rising temps portend grape migration
BY LANCE SPARKS


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Blooming Branch Bistro Paintings by Ellen Gabehart, through March 31. 49 W. 29th.

Choppers Macro nature photography by Katherine Emlen, through March 31. 1241 Willamette.


Viewpoint:
Inside Baseball

The new UO stadium plan stinks

Viewpoint WEB EXTRA:
A Chill in an Unresolved War

Reflections on an historic concert in Pynongyang


THE TERROR OF DAILY LIFE

It's headline stuff, shocking and confounding, happening more and more. But no one, left or right, seems to have much to say on the subject.



 

The Spring Planting Guide 2008

Asparagus

Cultivation: Plant 1- or 2-year-old crowns during March, spacing them 12 inches apart in trenches 8 inches deep. Hold off on harvesting spears during the first year for stronger plants the following year.

Soil/Sun: Loose, rich, well-drained soil with a high pH. Full sun to partial shade.

 

The Spring Planting Guide 2008

Pest Control
Happy quackers at home in Oregon yards and gardens
BY RACHEL FOSTER


Inside Baseball
The new UO stadium plan stinks
BY ERIC JONES AND PAUL MARTONE


Must Go On
New script, iffy acting at Cottage Theatre
BY WADE CHRISTENSEN


Dancing On the Edge
The Netherland's ISH catches some sweet air, dude
BY RACHAEL CARNES


Flight of the Lawnchair Man Opens Friday, March 7, at Actors Cabaret of Eugene.




PIELC Is Back
Enviros convene in Eugene this week
BY CAMILLA MORTENSEN


Music:
First of Four
Thomas Kramer plans volumes of music

Music:
Party Time
Shedd's annual jazz party brings master musicians to town