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Traveling on a Song


Buddha in the Garden
BY SUZI STEFFEN

PLANT SEED, PULL WEED: Nurturing the Garden of Your Life, nonfiction by Geri Larkin. HarperOne, 2008. Hardcover, $24.95.


'Electability,' Dang It!
Obama fervor will carry over to local races
BY TONY CORCORAN


EW Election Endorsements

Here are our selected recommended picks for the May 20 primary. We have not included uncontested races (see Slant this week).

• U.S. President — Barack Obama (D)


Music:
Alone in the World
Ehren Ebbage releases debut CD

Music:
Don't Call It a Comeback

Nas at the top of his game


I'm 16 and gay. I recently got into an argument with my parents over whether HIV is spread by saliva or if you can be infected during oral sex. I thought that you were safe kissing and that it's okay to have oral sex, but that you need to use condoms for anal sex. My parents disagree. I found mixed answers online. I trust you, though—- what do you say?


Secretary of State
Audits, elections and archives, oh my!
BY CAMILLA MORTENSEN




Fields, Lines and Layers
New work by John Jay Cruson at White Lotus
BY CHUCK ADAMS


Alone in the World
Ehren Ebbage releases debut CD
BY VANESSA SALVIA


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

Dear Readers: The paperback version of my book is out in stores now, cheap enough so that even a Guatemalan can afford it. Buy, por favor! Now, on to the preguntas …

 


NW Garden Artists
at the Oregon Plant Fair


Torrey vs. Piercy Debate
Torrey misleads with crime ad, unfunded spending
BY ALAN PITTMAN


Visual Art:
The Body, Deconstructed

MFA show glories in sculpture and humanity


Goodbye Again
In which we mourn yet another bookstore
BY SUZI STEFFEN AND MOLLY TEMPLETON


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

LCC Art Gallery Work by graphic design grad students, from May 26 through June 12. Bldg 11, LCC.


Viewpoint:
It Takes a Village

To Raise an Owl

Blogs:
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Letters to the Editor

 

 


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