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Dark Beyond Their Years


Music:
Jazz Futures
Kicking down meaningless categories

Music:
Float On
Floater celebrates the release of Wake


THURSDAY JUNE 24

Axe & Fiddle Fools for Rowan­8:30; Alt rock, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Heather­7:30; n/c

The City Comedy Night­7:30; $5

Cloud 9 Bites for Rights­5; Variety, $3

Club Snafu DJ yo Huckleberry­10; n/c


Live Panic
New album makes Spreadheads happy
By Catherine Foss


Jazz Futures
Kicking down meaningless categories
by Brett Campbell


Dear Mexican: Why do the Mexicans HATE American soccer and “hate” (bolded, underlined, and italicized) Landon Donovan?

— Uncle Sam’s Army Brat


Books:
Saving Lives and Minds
Kay Ryan

Books:
Botanical Adventures
The Collector

 

Botanical Adventures

 

Chard Times
Oregon white wines rising to the top
By Lance Sparks


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

The Art Center “Points of View,” works by Rich Bergman, Walt O’Brien & Charles Search, brown bag art talk at noon and reception at 5:30-7pm on Thursday, May 6, through May 29. 700 SW Madison Ave., Corvallis




Natural Resistance:
Safe Haven

We owe a debt to those who do not turn away

Viewpoint:
Standing Up to Nike?

UO paralyzed by state system rule


NO TO EXTREMISM

 

Woodland, Enriched
Going native in the south hills
By Rachel Foster


By David Wagner


Safe Haven
We owe a debt to those who do not turn away
By MARY O’BRIEN

 

The Past Is Not The Past
‘Tie Dye and Tofu’ explores Eugene’s activist and hippie years 
by Suzi Steffen