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Action-packed November of Classical Proportions


Occupying Wall Street for Dummies

An interview with Benjamin Brubaker


Music:
Music Shorts
Blitzen Trapper, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Drew Emmitt, Reeble Jar

Music:
Back to Baroque
Action-packed November of Classical Proportions

 

 

 



Water Rights, Water Wrongs

A private water company seeks to control public water


THURSDAY NOV 10

Axe & Fiddle Michelle McAfee, Jesse Brewster—7, Acoustic, n/c; Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer—9, Americana, $3-$7

The Beanery Open mic—7; n/c

Black Forest Rooftop Revolutionaries, Caducus, Sungods of Cascadia—10; Rock

Cowfish Hump-Nite w/Connah Jay—9; Dubstep, glitch


The Oncoming Storm

Seek refuge in Take Shelter

 

Blitzkrieg

Amsterdamized

UO course imports cycletrack success


Food Coma:
A Taste of Flavor
Popeye would ditch spinach for this olive oil

Gardening:
Don’t Stop Now
We can still plant garlic — and tulips

 


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

Holiday Happenings

Thursday, Nov. 17

Eugene Ballet Company: The Nutcracker, 7:30pm, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU, Corvallis, hultcenter.org or 682-5000. $20-30.

Friday, Nov. 18

Save the Pets Annual Holiday Fundraiser: percentage of piercings at High Priestess to Save the Pets, today through Sunday, 675 Lincoln St., 342-6585; 525 E. 13th Ave., 343-3311; 2475 N.W. Monroe Ave., Corvallis, 738-7711; highpriestess.com or savethepets.net $10.


Viewpoint:
Unconstitutional
Rob Handy’s district gets big conservative infusion with redistricting

Viewpoint:
Threatened? Yell No!
A mother’s uncivil disobedience

 

On The Blogs:


UP IS NOW DOWN

Holiday Happenings

Aural Gingerbread

Music and dance permeate the upcoming festive season


Unconstitutional 

Rob Handy’s district gets big conservative infusion with redistricting

Don’t Stop Now

We can still plant garlic — and tulips

Holiday Happenings

Holiday Charity Shopping

Spread around some good cheer

If you’re like us, you cringe when you see all the “news” about Black Friday store openings. EW is as much about saving money as you are (we are FREE after all), but a good deal on an iPad or a new flatscreen TV isn’t worth sleeping on a sidewalk all night or, worse, getting crushed to death in a WalMart stampede. 

Eye of the Tigress

Muay thai champion Ciara Irvine and the rise of the female fighter


Movies:
Did I Like that Movie?
The Skin I Live In is weird as hell

 

MOVIE THEATERS
Use the links provided below for specific show times.

Ethnobotany Interrupted

Holiday Happenings

Moving Right Along

Zooming through the holidays with the runs