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Hearts and History 
Hope Larson’s Mercury
by Molly Templeton


He Is What He Is
Merle Haggard, bad luck, good fortune and all
by Rick Levin


Dear Mexican: I have a friend who frequently wears a T-shirt that boldly states in big, bad-ass, Old English letters, “Hecho en México.” Five facts follow: 

• He was born 23 years ago in Bellflower, Calif.

• His truly Mexican parents were nowhere near Mexico when he was conceived


Theater:
OSF’s Opening Salvos Resonate
Get tickets now for these two classic, strong plays

Theater:
Waiting for Neo
A too-sweet apocalypse at University Theatre

 

Tiny Wineries
Conjure some lip-smacking delights
by Lance Sparks


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS


Viewpoint:
Civic Pride

Keep historic stadium in public ownership

Viewpoint:
Confronting Militarism

Lane Peace Symposium looks at democracy vs. empire


STEWARDS OF THE STADIUM

It’s time for the 4J School Board to be a team player! 

 


Civic Pride
Keep historic stadium in public ownership
By Lonnie McCulloch


By David Wagner

 

Herding Cats
Making 87 kids, and a dog or two, into one big Annie family
by Suzi Steffen

 

Waiting for Neo
A too-sweet apocalypse at University Theatre
by Rick Levin


Bali High
Mini festivals and enticing concerts on and off-campus
by Brett Campbell

 


Confronting Militarism
Lane Peace Symposium looks at democracy vs. empire
By Stan Taylor


Music:
A Sweet, Long Ride
It’s been 20 years for the Sugar Beets

Music:
Bali High
Mini festivals and enticing concerts on and off-campus



THURSDAY MARCH 4

Axe & Fiddle Upriver Boys, MacKenzie Page­7; n/c

Black Forest Half Shark Half Jesus, Three Way Stereo­10; n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing­6:30, 7:45; n/c

Country Side Blues Jam & More w/Paul Biondi­9; Blues, n/c