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All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Café Soriah Gallery “Oaxaca in Color,” a collection of paintings by Jean Foss, through May 31.  384 West 13th.  

 

Pucker Up
Sproing is nearly upon us
by Lance Sparks


Natural Resistance:
Hard Lessons Lost
Are we doomed to repeat history?

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


OOH BABY

In response to Robert Jacobs' letter (3/26) suggesting that Eugene musicians focus their efforts on writing singles, I couldn't agree more. Here are some handy suggestions for songwriters to keep in mind:


Hard Lessons Lost
Are we doomed to repeat history?
by Mary O’Brien 


By David Wagner

 

Hope Amidst Hoovervilles
Annie shines at the Cottage Theatre
by Anna Grace

 

Do You Pay Taxes?
Sucker.
How corporate breaks stick it to Oregon.
By Alan Pittman

 

Arrgghh, tax time again. 

 


All Things to More of Eugene
Don’t call it the Indigo — at least not for long
by Molly Templeton


Music:
The Kidz Are All Right
Concert event lets kids strut their stuff

Music:
All Things to More of Eugene
Don’t call it the Indigo — at least not for long



THURSDAY April 9

Black Forest SixLifter7 w/Black Delany & By Polar Bear­10;

Blind Pig Open mic w/Harley­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly dancing ft. Elena Villa­6:20, 7:30; n/c

The City DJ Redd Fox­10; Top 40, soul, funk, reggae, n/c


Dynamic DIY Duo


The Kidz Are All Right
Concert event lets kids strut their stuff
by vanessa salvia


Dear Mexican: For as long as I can remember, Mexicans were known for doing three things: Drinking lots of cerveza, having lots of niños, and saying “¡Ay, caramba!” While I can vouch for the first two, I’ve never, ever personally heard a Mexican utter those famous two words. Is this an urban myth or what?


I Ink Therefore I Am
Eugene welcomes Oregon’s first tattoo convention
By Sarah Decker


Books:
After the Headlines
A graceful debut fom a Eugene author

Gardening:
Tails of Glory
Native silktassel more appreciated overseas