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Oregon Bach Festival 2011:

Superhero, Saint, Believer Marin Alsop conducts Honeggers "Joan of Arc at the Stake”

Appear and Inspire Matthew Halls may be a "frustrated singer,” but he makes musicians smile

A Maestros Life Story Sara Rilling finds purpose writing about her famous father

By Gustavo Arellano

Dear Mexican: I'm a white girl dating a Mexican from Jalisco that works for my dad. There lies the problem. Dad absolutely dislikes him andtotally opposes me dating Ignacio and has been almost rude to him, which I don't like.


Books:
Folkie Madness

Strumming through centuries of British music

Arts Shorts:
Impressions of the Ordinary

Biking the Interchange
ODOTs I-5/Beltline path plan has six underpasses
By Alan Pittman

Ending War in Afghanistan
A Q&A with Matthew Hoh, first U.S. official to resign in protest over the Afghan war
By Camilla Mortensen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

The Voyeur "A Silvery Ushering,” natural pigments on wood by Tilke Elkins, opening reception 6pm Friday, June 24; through July 23.547 Blair



Viewpoint:
No Major Hazards?

Tubing BRING's its own kind of danger

Viewpoint:
Reordering Priorities

Time to bring our war dollars home

Letters to the Editor

 

 


NO-PASS ZONE

Does MUPTE Make Sense?
City may sunset subsidy for booming apartment developers
By Alan Pittman


No Major Hazards?
Tubing BRING's its own kind of danger
By Omar Nelson


Movies:
Paean to Paris

Woody Allen goes time-traveling

Movies:
Activism on Fire

ELF documentary asks just what is a terrorist

 

 

 

Nowhere to Hide
An electrifying Julius Caesar in Ashland
By Anna Grace

 

Lessons in Lounge Lizardry
Reflections on OFAMs Pal Joey
By Anna Grace

 

Folkie Madness
Strumming through centuries of British music
By Brit McGinnis

 

Bach Beauty
Past, present and future in classic form
By Brett Campbell


Reordering Priorities
Time to bring our war dollars home
By Anne Bridgman and Michael Carrigan


Music:
Music Shorts
Hot Mamas Wings' open mic, The Eastman Band, Buster Blue

Music:
Bach Beauty
Past, present and future in classic form

 

 



THURSDAY JUNE 23

The Astoria Thumping Thursday w/DJ Britz & Guests-9; n/c

Allan Bros Open Mic®7; Acoustic

Axe & Fiddle Lonesome Randall, Bobby Joe Ebola & the Children MacNuggits®7; •50s & •60s rock, n/c

Cowfish "Everybody” w/Sassy Mouff, DJ Heshe®9; Mash-up


Activism on Fire
ELF documentary asks just what is a terrorist
by Camilla Mortensen

 

Impressions of the Ordinary


Paean to Paris
Woody Allen goes time-traveling
by Molly Templeton