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BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

 


Recycling Our Bucks
Alt-weeklies seek to help the economy
by Ted Taylor


Opening Nights

Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings opens Friday, Nov. 21,  at Actors Cabaret of Eugene.


Theater:
Some Pigs!
Dorothy Velasco’s play at ACE Annex

Theater:
Of Fakes, Frauds, Marriage and Murder
In the Leebrick’s lagniappe lurk lightness and laughter

 

Mayor Piercy
She beat the developer bucks; now what?
By Alan Pittman

 

Mayor Piercy
She beat the developer bucks; now what?
By Alan Pittman


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Art of Glass “Nu Nu e,” Japanese material pictures by Umaima Barma, through Dec. 24. 9am-5:30pm M-F; 9am-4pm Sa. 790 Blair.


Viewpoint:
Leave No Child Inside
The importance of connecting children and nature

Blogs:
EW! A Blog.

Letters to the Editor

 

 


GRUMPY ZERZAN


Leave No Child Inside
The importance of connecting children and nature
by Chris Jones


Free Ranging Birds
How to consume SPA’s cuckoofest
By Chuck Adams 

 

Return of the Wolf?
Conflicts arise as the predators come back to Oregon
By Cali Bagby

Once his tongue touched my lips, I felt calm, no longer afraid to lean in closer. 


Some Pigs!
Dorothy Velasco’s play at ACE Annex
by Anna Grace


Hello Goodbye


Of Fakes, Frauds, Marriage and Murder
In the Leebrick’s lagniappe lurk lightness and laughter
by Suzi Steffen


Saving the Mountain Gorillas
The Peace Corps, gorillas and eco-tourism in Uganda
by Camilla Mortensen


Music:
Magnificent, Incredible — and Ours
Symphony reveals new music director

Music:
Familiar Voice, Welcome Message
Joan Baez comes to the Shedd


 

 

Mayor Piercy
She beat the developer bucks; now what?
By Alan Pittman