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THURSDAY SEPT  10

Axe & Fiddle Nathan Wade & the Dark Pioneers, Prof. Gall­8:30; Americana, roots, $3

Black Forest Instant Quakers, Hookah Stew­10; Garage, soul, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

The City DJ Redd Fox­10; Top 40, soul, funk, reggae, n/c






Feed the Animals, Feed the Fire


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

Why do Mexicans make the sign of mucho dinero with a gap between their thumb and index fingers, as if holding an imaginary wad of bills between both fingers?

El Zorro, Chupagringos


Arcimoto
New electric car could give Eugene a boost
by Rick Levin


Theater:
The Season for Autumnal
Classic of loneliness and longing at Cottage Theatre


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Karin Clarke Gallery “Landscapes and Figures,” by Adam Grosowsky, through Oct. 10. A benefit is 4-6pm Thurs., Sept. 17. Ten percent of all sales go to the Relief Nursery. 760 Willamette.


Viewpoint:
A Boyfriend to Die For
Or just feeding on insecurities?

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


SUPPRESSED DANCING


A Boyfriend to Die For
Or just feeding on insecurities?
By Deb Merskin

Carbon Foot print
Will Eugene green its sooty foot?
By Alan Pittman

 

 


Dark Perfection


Music:
Local Legends, Rising Stars
Fall sounds new and old

Music:
Music Shorts
Portugal. The Man, Ruins of Ooah, Mayer Hawthorne, Star's End, Tara Jane O'Neil, Karl Blau and Phil Elverum, Mason Jennings

 

 

 




THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17

Axe & Fiddle Musician’s Spotlight w/Larry Barkemeyer­7; Variety, n/c

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest God Hates Comedy w/Chris Castles­8; Comedy, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c