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Viewpoint:
Soft Despotism
Remembering campaign finance reform in a non-election year 

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Letters to the Editor

 

 


TASER PRAISER

Thank God people are getting Tasered in Eugene, whether or not they deserve it, and not getting shot and killed, whether or not they deserve it.


Soft Despotism
Remembering campaign finance reform in a non-election year 
by Sam Porter

 

 

Necessary Natives
Every yard needs evergreens
By Rachel Foster

 

Break on Through
John Giovanni storms Next Big Thing competition
by Rick Levin

 

 


Revalia, Rebel and Reich
Domination, resistance and celebration
by Brett Campbell

 


Music:
From the Devoted
Built to Spill’s new album flies to rock ’n’ roll heaven

Music:
Revalia, Rebel and Reich
Domination, resistance and celebration




I am a 30-year-old woman, married for five years to a man eight years my senior. Lately I have become more aware that I am turned on by the idea of bondage, specifically men locked up in chastity devices. I am ashamed of myself because it seems, well, pretty perverse and disturbed.


THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12

Axe & Fiddle Jim Page­9; Singer/songwriter, $5

Black Forest Telepathic Dumpster­10; n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Blue Print 90s Night w/DJ Tekneek­8; Hip hop

Café Maroc Belly Dancing ft./Amira Azar­6:30, 7:45; n/c




Organic Americana… from Canada




From the Devoted
Built to Spill’s new album flies to rock ’n’ roll heaven
by Rick Levin


Theater:
Let the Season Begin

White Christmas
at ACE sings in the holiday

 

Eugene Weekly's Gift Guide 2009:

Tak a Cup o’ Kindness Tippling under the tree 

The Art of Holiday Shopping Campus museums make the season bright


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

 

Dear Mexican: Whenever I see an ad for a Mexican ramera, they always describe themselves as “spicy.”  Are Mexican women hiding habaneros in their panochas?

Concha Curious

 

Eugene Weekly's Gift Guide 2009:

Tak a Cup o’ Kindness Tippling under the tree 

The Art of Holiday Shopping Campus museums make the season bright