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Notes from the Riverside:
Waiting for Justice?
Making a way out of no way

Viewpoint:
Disturbing Journey
Traveling in India can be heartbreaking

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor

 

 


MISDIRECTED ANGER

Undercovered

A rundown of the top ‘censored’ local stories in 2011

What does censored mean?

For the past three decades, Project Censored, a student-faculty media research project at Sonoma State University, has brought the question up with its top list of stories “censored” in the mainstream media.


Waiting for Justice?

Making a way out of no way

And it shall come to pass that:

Mayor Kitty Piercy will leave all challengers by the side of the road and get four more years for littering.

In the Rose Bowl, the Ducks will play Ring Around the Badgers, who will all fall down.

Ellie Dumdi will have a great fall off a Park Block wall. The king’s men will accuse Commissioner Rob Handy of hiding some of the pieces, and Rob will be excoriated by the R-G for having doubts about the county benefit of reassembly.


Movies:
All Flash, No Heart
Pretty Tintin won’t make new fans

 

MOVIE THEATERS
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Ducks running back LaMichael James. Photo by Todd Cooper

 


Disturbing Journey

Traveling in India can be heartbreaking


Music:
Burning Down the House
Save the last dance for 2011, because 2012’s gonna be a riot

 

 

 

 




THURSDAY DEC 29

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

Cozmic Lauren Joiner—4, Acoustic solo, n/c; Kylie May—8, Acoustic solo, n/c

Doc’s Pad Drag Queen Bingo w/Trai La Trash—6; Bingo, n/c

Downtown Lounge Funk Jam—10; n/c

Goodfellas Johnny Wilde Jam—9; Jam, n/c

Last Last Friday of 2011


All Flash, No Heart

Pretty Tintin won’t make new fans

 

Burning Down the House

Save the last dance for 2011, because 2012’s gonna be a riot


Theater:
Theater Shorts
The SantaLand Diaries, The Sound of Music, Family Reunion

Gear Guide:
A roundup of great gift ideas
A product of the EW Advertising Department

A Mountain of Destruction

Mining continues at iconic Parvin Butte


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS


Que Pasa:
Paving the Future
Creating a common community

Viewpoint:
The Right to Survive
Occupy Eugene embodies basic human rights

 

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor

 

 

Gear Guide

A product of the EW Advertising Department

 

Certified Pre-Owned MacBooks


UO’S ANGRY MOB

A mob formed at UO’s Mac Court last night (11/30) — an angry mob of faculty, staff and students ready to confront the demonized OUS Chancellor Pernsteiner and board member Lynda Ciufetti. It was called a UO Faculty Senate meeting, but its tenor was that of a mob.

Santa’s Little Helper