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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

 

One Hot Open Mic

For nine years the Monroe Street Café hosted an open mic night that brought the west Eugene neighborhoods together as a community. When that joint closed down, the musicians, poets and performers who frequented the open mic each Wednesday night went searching for a new place to gather.


Books:
This Lady Aint Kiddin
History mixes with unflinching memoir in Never In My Wildest Dreams

Arts Shorts:
Arts Shorts

Signs of Hope

 

BMuy Caliente Summer Edition

by Gustavo Arellano


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Backstreet Gallery Mixed Media by Donna Allen, reception from 3-5pm Saturday, June 11, through June 30. 1421 Bay, Florence

Cowfish Art by Ila Kriegh, through July 14. 62 W. Broadway


EVERY DAY COUNTS

Last year 13,129 children in Oregon spent at least one day in foster care. These abused or neglected children depend on the child welfare system and the community to ensure that they live in safe, healthy and permanent homes.


Viewpoint:
An Unfair Stigma

Few with mental illness are violent

Living Out:
Goodnight Moon

Letters to the Editor

 

 


An Unfair Stigma
Few with mental illness are violent
By Elizabeth Gerrity

The Value of Vets
Is Eugene caring for its female veteran population?
By Alexandra Notman