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THE BATHROOM ISSUE

I'm all for protecting our children from perverts in public bathrooms, but while Jim Torrey is avidly equating transgender people with perverts, I have to wonder, who's looking out for my kid?


Green's Score
The incumbent's consistent track record
BY MARY O'BRIEN

 

Mayor's Race
Torrey vs. Piercy choice could shape Eugene's future
BY ALAN PITTMAN


Suckered and Satisfied




Music:
26 Mile Party People
The Eugene Marathon's mini music festival

Music:
It's All About Finding Balance

The duality of Minus the Bear





THURSDAY MAY 1

THE ASTORIA Texas Hold 'Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Bark Shanty—8; Mountain music

THE CITY DJ Simy—10; 80s, techno, reggae


Mozart Lives
Closing the season with a Classic tribute
BY SUZI STEFFEN



BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

Dear Readers: The paperback version of my book is out in stores now, cheap enough so that even a Guatemalan can afford it. Buy, por favor! Now, on to the preguntas …

 


Fashion Under the Big Top
Cirque De Luxe is a smash-up at the fairgrounds
BY MEGAN UDOW / PHOTOS BY CHRISTIAN STANLEY


Green's Expense Account
Handy campaign critical of Green's use of public money
BY ALAN PITTMAN


Arts Shorts:
Arts Shorts

Ballet Fantastique, Spring Into Music, The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival

Theater:
A Gutsy Hamlet

Or Not to Be
turns the horror inside out


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Benton County Historical Society "Intertwined," an exhibit of handmade baskets by Bud Lane, Mariana Mace and Margaret Mathewson, through July 19. An opening is 5pm Friday. 1101 Main St., Philomath.


ORTIZ: THE VERY BEST