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Music:
Do Clouds Still Taste Metallic?
The end of a transformation for The Flaming Lips

Music:
Music Shorts
The Conjugal Visitors, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, EOTO, Hayes Carll, Railroad Earth

 

 

Bravo 2010

Dance Like Everybody’s Watching And sing (or play, or act) as if you’re expecting a full house

Back to School With Online Propositioning Lord Leebrick presents Speech & Debate

 

Bravo 2010

Dance Like Everybody’s Watching And sing (or play, or act) as if you’re expecting a full house

Back to School With Online Propositioning Lord Leebrick presents Speech & Debate


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23

Axe & Fiddle John Elliott­8; Acoustic rock, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff­10; DJ, n/c

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

 

Bravo 2010

Dance Like Everybody’s Watching And sing (or play, or act) as if you’re expecting a full house

Back to School With Online Propositioning Lord Leebrick presents Speech & Debate

 

Do Clouds Still Taste Metallic?
The end of a transformation for The Flaming Lips
By Andy Valentine

Return of the Living
Can Oregon bring public health insurance back from the dead?
by Camilla Mortensen


Books:
Middle School's Bumpy Road
Lauren Kessler revisits the early teens

Visual Art:
Controversy and Lots of 2-D
Mayor's Art Show tries something new, with mixed responses


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS


DENYING THE NAKBA

The Al-Nakba Awareness Project spent a gratifying two days at the Eugene Celebration in the Community Causeway section. We distributed lots of literature and had a fun contest to see who could draw the best one state flag for the Holy Land.


Natural Resistance:
Moral Disapproval
The majority does not always know best

Notes From the Riverside:
The Mending
Our own history of desecration 

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


Moral Disapproval
The majority does not always know best
By Mary O'Brien

 

Garden Abundance
Following the 'rule of thirds'
by Rachel Foster

 

Street of Dreams
New hopes and plans for a block on Broadway
by Suzi Steffen