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EWs Guide to the Oregon Bach Festival 2011

Though the thrill of 2010s 40th anniversary celebration may have worn off, Eugeneans who enjoy the Oregon Bach Festival cant help but be excited about a variety of events at this years program.


Movies:
Boys and Monsters

Growing up is a fairy tale in Super 8

 

 

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

 

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

 

If I Only Had a Brain
Whats wrong with The Boys Next Door?
by Rick Levin

 

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

 

Dralion Dazzles at Matt Arena

 

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

 

Reign of the Pharoahe Continues


Music:
Music Shorts
Strum Theory, The Banjo Killers

Music:
Review
Pharoahe Monche at the WOW Hall

 

 

 

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


Im a straight man married to a bisexual lady, which is something I would recommend to all other straight men in the world. Were in our late 20s, have been together for eight years, married four. (I know: too young and too soon, but well see how it turns out.)

THURSDAY JUNE 16

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

Axe & Fiddle Musicians Spotlight, host Larry Berkemeyer-7; Variety, $1

Black Forest Brian Belknap, Ohmnility, The Fool & Black Sheep Wall®10; Country, metal


Boys and Monsters
Growing up is a fairy tale in Super 8
by Molly Templeton

 

Jammin Theory

 

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

 

 


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