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On the Brink
There’s always compost
By Lance Sparks

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


The Atrium Building Hiroshima/Nagasaki Atomic Bomb photo exhibition, through Nov. 30. A reception is 5:30pm Friday. 10th & Olive.


My comment is on the exclusion zone for certain people who hang out in downtown Eugene.


Real! Live! Nude! ... Students?
Women dance their way through school
By Camilla Mortensen


Frosh Brains
The year of living idiotically
by Rick Levin

Grand theft auto. Vandalism and property damage. Breaking and entering. Underage consumption of alcohol. Consumption of Schedule II narcotics. Forgery. Shoplifting.

Save the Children?
Choice, guilt and confusion in the Church
by Suzi Steffen

Coming Soon To A Campfire Near You

No Laughing Matter
Author David Hajdu talks censorship of the funnybooks 
by Aaron Ragan-Fore

The Great Collaborator
Talib Kweli gets on the Idle Warship

Tastes Great and Less Filling
Iron and Wine unify the audience

I accidentally discovered that my son-in-law is into BDSM sex as a “dominant.” A few weeks ago, he was holding one of my dog’s leashes and tried to stop my dog (a 13-year-old, docile golden retriever) from running up to another dog by violently yanking on the leash. My 65-pound dog was violently spun around with a loud snap.

Tree Huggers Turn 10
Cascadia Wildlands Project is still saving Oregon’s forests
by Courtney Jacobs


Boom and Bust
Just what got us into this mess?
by Alan Pittman

On Sept. 29 Congress and the public balked at a $700 billion dollar Wall Street bailout.