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Music:
Life Lived Loud
Loudon Wainwright III looks back

Music:
Living Sweet Life Means Giving Back
Catie Curtis pays it forward


Uppsala-la
Socialism, sex and smorgasbord in Sweden
by Mark Arellano


I feel ridiculous e-mailing you about this, but I figure that if anyone has seen or heard of all manner of asshole behavior during sex, it would be you.




Guns on Campus
School shootings are rare, but UO has had one
by Joseph A. Lieberman



Tech N9ne Says, ‘Eat Your Wheaties’


Don’t Touch That Son, That’s Art!
Nature! Explored! at state park installations
by Chuck Adams



BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

 

SPECIAL RECAP EDITION


Mayoral Smackdown
Statements fly unchecked in mayor debates
by Alan Pittman


Books:
A Full Life, Reclaimed
Trash to charming, historical treasure

Performing Arts:
Avant Garde Extravaganza
Portland’s Time Based Art brings cutting edge performance to Oregon


A Kiss of Sweetness
In search of palatable pleasures
By Lance Sparks


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

174 W. Broadway Furniture, cabinetry and other handcrafted wood objects by the Splinters, through Sept. 30. An opening is 5pm Friday. 174 W. Broadway.


PARASITIC INSURANCE


Viewpoint:
Grand Injury

The end of the First Amendment in Eugene?

Viewpoint:
Timber Payment 
Conversation a dishonest one


Grand Injury
The end of the First Amendment in Eugene?
by Carly Barnicle

Zombies, voodoo dolls, evil spells, animal sacrifices and Hollywood horror scenes of possessed people drinking blood: When you hear the words “Voodoo” and “Santería,” chances are those are the images that come to mind. But talk to anyone who actually practices one of these Caribbean religions, and they’ll tell you that those stereotypes are way off base.