THE HOME BIRTH OPTION
Cap and Trade
The best option among flawed choices?
by Erin Noble
Bike boost would give Eugene big economic stimulus
By Alan Pittman
By David Wagner
First Friday ArtWalk, with stops at several galleries, music, stores open late, refreshments, 5:30pm, begins at Modern, 207 E. 5th Ave. www.lanearts.org FREE.
Chalk the World, interactive art exhibit, 4pm-7pm, Eugene Public Library. FREE.
Oregon Bach Festival preview, 6pm, Eugene Public Library. FREE.
Between Big and Bigger
Medium Troy has built a name and a following
By Vanessa Salvia
Music of the Mountains
Go forth and make your life extraordinary
By Todd Huffman, M.D.
Area hot springs beckon
By Jessica Hirst
My boyfriend and I have been together more than eight months. We really love each other, and I see us spending our lives together. At least I did, until something he said a few days ago.
Corvallis Day Trip
The little city with the big hip factor
by Katie Kalk
THURSDAY JUNE 4
Axe & Fiddle Chesapeake Blue, The Broken South8; Old-time, country, $3
Bar 201 Mixology Thursday7; Jazz fusion, n/c
Black Forest Qland, Drebin10
Blind Pig Open mic8; n/c
Café Maroc Belly dancing ft/Elena Villa6:20, 7:30; n/c
The Little Things
A few of our favorite outdoor activities
A Butte-iful Summer Hike
Neko Case stays dangerous
by Molly Templeton
BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO
SPECIAL PANDEMIC EDITION
Rent and Ride
Tips for biking Eugene and beyond by Katie Kalk