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Kroger's Intensity
AG candidate pushes meth intervention
BY MARY O'BRIEN


The Dirt On Carrots
Sweet, crunchy and not always orange
BY RACHEL FOSTER


Sucked Into the Windy City
Chicago jazzes up Cottage Theatre
BY SHARLEEN NELSON

 

GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE?
Which side of the Democratic fence is more eco-friendly?
Words by Camilla Mortensen - Photography by Todd Cooper


Out With a Bang
Wild is the right word for Oats
BY SUZI STEFFEN


Waiting for the End
Local playwright's homage to Beckett at LCC
BY SUZI STEFFEN


An Empire of Sand
Sandpeople are in it for the long haul
BY SARA BRICKNER


Opening Nights

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do Opens at Actors Cabaret of Eugene Friday, April 11.


Starting to Believe, Again
But this is still America
BY MARK HARRIS


Music:
You Will Be Changed
Cat Power grows up

Music:
The Song Sort of Remains the Same
Kaswell still a performer


I thought I could bang out a column today—a regular column, a column about my readers' problems and their freaky fetishes and all those asshole politicians out there. You know, the usual.



Last Stop


You Will Be Changed
Cat Power grows up
BY MOLLY TEMPLETON


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

SPECIAL DIA DE LOS IMPUESTOS EDITION

 


Art:
Arts Shorts

Stuff from the Buff, Great Notion,
OPA Ceramics Showcase

Dance:
Who Cares about Balanchine?

The Eugene Ballet Company recalibrates weary eyes

 

EARTH DAY ISSUE 2008

Not Enough Drops We're Wasting Our Fresh Water. How Do We Stop?

 

EARTH DAY ISSUE 2008

Not Enough Drops We're Wasting Our Fresh Water. How Do We Stop?