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And You Heard the Red Sparowes in the Gutter


Seeing as …
Vision up/front prevents dull outcomes
by Jerry Diethelm


Music:
New Sounds, New Ways to Hear Them
Creativity leads at the UO

Music:
Music Shorts
Red Sparowes, Pat Metheny, Javelin, Devin the Dude, Girlyman

 

 

Hopey-Changey Granola Stuff
Palin merits a little protest
by Camilla Mortensen


THURSDAY APRIL 29

The Astoria The Underlings, The Latrines, The Tanner Cundy Band­9; n/c

Axe & Fiddle The Blushin’ Roulettes­8; Old-time, $3

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Amira Azar­7:15; n/c

countryside DJ Music/Thirsty Thursday-9; n/c



 

The Beautiful Void
Judd conference in PDX
By Suzi Steffen


 

Soft, Raw, Creative


Theater:
Short, Sharp, Again
The Northwest 10 festival returns

Books:
Kindness of Strangers
Willy Vlautin’s third novel is a hopeful tale

Extension Risks Extinction
Measure 20-158 would keep it going
By Deborah Bloom


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Corvallis Arts Center “Celebration of Youth Arts,” art by students grades 9-12, reception 6-8pm Thursday, April 15, through April 28. 700 SW Madison Ave., Corvallis


HEED THE HARM


Natural Resistance:
Chemical Trespass

Children’s developing lungs are vulnerable

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


Chemical Trespass
Children’s developing lungs are vulnerable
By MARY O’BRIEN

 

Short, Sharp, Again
The Northwest 10 festival returns
by Suzi Steffen

 

 

Trash + Cash
Eugene’s garbage goes corporate
By Alan Pittman