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Music for the Working Stiff


Arts:
Arts Shorts

Opus VII, Art Chics

Theater:
A Most Alluring Monster

Lord Leebrick presents a mesmeric Hedda Gabler

 

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Eats

 

Best bakery (bread/savories)

1. Hideaway Bakery 3377 E. Amazon Dr. 868-1982.

2. Metropol Bakery 2538 Willamette St. 465-4730.

3. Eugene City Bakery 1607 E. 19th Ave. 334-6906. www.eugenecitybakery.com

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Nightlife

 

Best bar

1. Sam Bond’s Garage 407 Blair Blvd. 343-2635. www.sambonds.com

2. The Horsehead 99 W. Broadway. 683-3154.

3. Jameson’s 115 W. Broadway. 485-9913. www.jamesonsbareugene.com



All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Spending

 

Best bike shop


AS THE GARDEN GROWS


Viewpoint:
The DREAM 

Equal opportunity for progress

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Miscellany


Best outdoor hangout/public space

1. Alton Baker Park 632 Day Island Rd.

2. Saturday Market 8th & Oak. 686-8885.

3. Hendricks Park 2200 Summit Ave.

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Civics

photo by todd cooper

 


The DREAM 
Equal opportunity for progress
by Juan Carlos Valle


By David Wagner

 

The Best of Eugene 2010-2011

You voted; we counted (more ballots than ever!). Congratulations to 2010’s best people, places, stores, restaurants and more!

 

Categories:

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Arts

 

Best gallery

1. DIVA  110 W. Broadway. 344-3482. divacenter.org

2. The Voyeur 547 Blair Blvd. 912-7544. 

3. New Zone Gallery 164 W. Broadway. 683-0759. www.newzone.org



 

 

Change That Roman Numeral, And … 

 

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Best of the Ballots


BEST CATEGORY WE SHOULD’VE INCLUDED (AND WHO’D WIN)

Best street corner sign — “I bet you can’t hit me with a quarter.”

Cleanest public bathroom — I DON’T KNOW, I AM STILL LOOKING FOR IT.

Least likely to be good at playing guitar: the guy with the guitar next to me on the EmX.

 

BEST LOCAL UPROAR


Music:
Music Shorts
Candye Kane, Kris Delmhorst, Keller Williams, Cherry Blossom Musical Arts, Harvest Hoedown, Kate Reid, Laura Veirs, Stars, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart


I have a bit of a situation. I’m a 23-year-old heterosexual male, and I am married. My wife and I also happen to have a girlfriend now, making our arrangement a polyamorous triad. We all love each other very much, and we are getting to the point that we are thinking about how we are going to tell our parents about our relationship.