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Best of Eugene 2011-2012: Nightlife

 

Best Bar Food

1. Horsehead 99 W. Broadway. 683-3154.

2. Jackalope 453 Willamette St. 485-1519. jackalopelounge.com

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


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Notes from the Riverside:
Pre-Occupied
The ethics of slavery continue today

Viewpoint:
The Cost of Inequality
Income gap has deadly serious implications

 

On The Blogs:


KLCC’S QUANDARY

Best of Eugene 2011-2012: Arts

 

Best Blog

1. Culinaria Eugenius culinariaeugenius.wordpress.com

2. Eugene Bicyclist http://eugenebicyclist.com

3. That’s So Northwest https://community.nwcu.com/thatssonorthwest

Best of Eugene 2010-2011: Civics

 

Best Local Activist

1. Frog

2. Peter DeFazio

3. Kitty Piercy

We salute Frog as an activist and, perhaps more appropriately, as an icon of free speech in Eugene.


 

Best Local Politician


Pre-Occupied

The ethics of slavery continue today


By David Wagner

Best of Eugene 2011-2012: Spending

 

Best Bookstore

1. Smith Family 768 E. 13th Ave., 345-1651; 525 Willamette St., 343-4717.

2. Tsunami Books 2585 Willamette St. 345-8986.

3. J. Michaels 160 E. Broadway. 342-2002.

The Best of Eugene 2011-2012

You decide; we report. Eugeneans have voted once again for their favorite institutions and EW has your tally. Congrats to 2011’s best people, eats and places!

 

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Movies:
Time is Money
Parallels abound in Niccol’s new film

 

 

MOVIE THEATERS
Use the links provided below for specific show times.

 

Recordando a los Muertos 

 

That’s Life, Kid

Roger Ebert’s memoir tells story of the man, not the movies


The Cost of Inequality

Income gap has deadly serious implications


Music:
Music Shorts
Head For The Hills, Richard Thompson, UO Gospel Choir, HoneyHoney

 

 

 

 




THURSDAY NOV 3

Black Forest Jesse Brewster & Justin Stang—10; Rock

Cowfish “Everybody” w/Sassy Mouff, DJ Heshe—9; Mash-up

Cozmic Pizza Sean Gaskell—6, Folk, n/c; Concrete Loveseat, Dirty Spoon—8, Folk, $5-$20

Downtown Lounge Funk Jam—10; n/c

Granary Levi Poasa Trio—10; Jazz, $3-5


Time is Money

Parallels abound in Niccol’s new film

 

Head For the Hall

Road Overkill

$1.5 billion in freeways planned

Two months ago an obscure but powerful local committee held a hearing on $1.5 billion in government spending, but no one testified. 


Arts Shorts:
Will Occupy for Art

Theater:
Love in the Time of Plague
Trial By Fire gives wing to Angels in America