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Smells Like Clean
Food from the dirt you can see
by suzi steffen 


Music:
Music Shorts
On the Tundra, U.K. Subs, Red Jacket Mine, Band of Horses, Chantelle Tibbs, Deborah Crooks and Emily Bonn, Ryan Bingham

 

 

 


THURSDAY AUGUST 27

Axe & Fiddle Mike Fekete­6:30; Acoustic, n/c

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest God Hates Comedy hosted by Chris Castles­9; Comedy, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing ft./Rayshell­6:20; Dancing, n/c


Listen to the Music


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

Dear Mexican: A gabacho in the local daily suggested that some of our prisons be outsourced to Mexico to save us some money. What are your thoughts? Would wabs make for good guards looking after homies and white-trash inmates? Have a chew on that taco.   

EW Fashion 2009

Fashion for Freethinkers Comfort, practicality and individuality for fall

On the Street


Visual Arts:
Beauty and Threat
Water, and its lack, at Maude Kerns


Frankenfood in the Valley
GM sugar beets pose contamination  threat to organic produce
by Ken Roseboro

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Reviews
by Suzi Steffen

 

The Servant of Two Masters At the New Theatre through Nov. 1


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

CONTINUING


Living Out:
Cat Calls
Straying too far for comfort

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 

EW Fashion 2009

Fashion for Freethinkers Comfort, practicality and individuality for fall

On the Street


NO MORE POLLUTION

I am against giving Seneca a permit to build its wood burning power plant. I do not consider this operation sustainable.

Greening the Green Room

In the scene shop, OSF assistant technical director Steve Willeby looks over his shoulder at a pallette of compressed blue material. “That’s recycled denim,” he says off-handedly.


Cat Calls
Straying too far for comfort
by Sally Sheklow

EW Fashion 2009

Fashion for Freethinkers Comfort, practicality and individuality for fall

On the Street