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American Gothic
Zombie cuisine and the magic of fermentation
Words and photo by Jennifer Burns Levin


Activist Law, Race and the Election
A Q&A with civil rights lawyer Lani Guinier
by Suzi Steffen

Where We Came From
One mile along the coast opens the world
by Suzi Steffen

The Big Cringe
The Big Look revives scary ideas we thought we buried
by Jerry Diethelm

War Heroes
A little historical perspective
by Mark Harris

Come On, Get Creepy
Pre-Halloween Halloweeny shows

Newman’s Own
Biting back beyond the soundtracks

Stripping by the Numbers
Students take it off to afford college
by Camilla Mortensen

Dance Your Hats Off

The Bearable Lightness of Unbeing
Día de los Muertos returns to Maude Kerns
by Inka Bajandas

Come On, Get Creepy
Pre-Halloween Halloweeny shows
By Vanessa Salvia

Dire Consequences
Measure 65 wrecks a system that works
By Blair Bobier



Mayor for All Developers
Sprawl and gravel interests invest big in Torrey, Green
By Alan Pittman

Men, Women, Animals Behaving Badly
LCC and Cottage Theatre stage classics with varying success

Latino Veggies
Huerto de la Familia is a growing concern

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Benton County Historical Society Philomath Open Studios Tour & Sale, through Dec. 27. A reception is 5pm Friday, Oct. 17. 1101 Main St., Philomath.

Natural Resistance:
The Larger Gender Issue
Building ‘women-friendly institutions’

EW! A Blog.

Letters to the Editor