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Clutter Cant Kill This Mockingbird

 

Modernizing Moliere


Stand Alone, Stand Together
Immigrants make America a better place
By Jorge Navarro


Music:
Music Shorts
Punch Brothers, Eugene Irish Cultural Festival, Greensky Bluegrass, Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats

 

 



Digs: EW's guide to green homes & gardens

Farms Not Lawns Defense against divisions in your own back 40

Low VOCs for My Undies Refinishing furniture the low-toxic way

Green Digs LCC offers low-carbon, car free living downtown

Envision Sprawl
City manager pushes to blow growth boundary
By Alan Pittman

THURSDAY MAR 10

Amanitasû DJ DVice¨8; Funk, Neo-soul, n/c

Axe & Fiddleû Oldies but Goodies¨7; Blues, country, n/c

Black Forestû Half Shark Half Jesus, Taken by Tigers¨10; Farewell gig, rock, n/c

Club Snafuû DJ Heshe¨9:30; Top 40, hip-hop, n/c


An Understanding Heart
Opal Whiteley returns to Oregon
By Camilla Mortensen


 

Progressive Bluegrass for the Brokenhearted

By Gustavo Arellano


Theater:
Swan Song of Youth

Follies
is a sad, lovely lament for time lost

No Clean Coal
Companies look to export coal through the Northwest
By Camilla Mortensen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

The Art of Glass Glass mosaics by Cheryl Shore, through April 21, glass work by Bob Green, through March 23. 790 Blair


Viewpoint:
Union Busting
Poor economics and poorer morality

Viewpoint:
Ratios Matter
We cant ignore growing class sizes


GIVE CIVIC A CHANCE


Union Busting
Poor economics and poorer morality
By Robert A. Olsen, Ph.D.

Guts & Gooseshit
Witnessing womens rugby with the Eugene Reign
By Rick Levin

*Everybody thinks we should have moustaches and hairy arses, but in fact you could put us all on the cover of Vogue. ‹ Helen Kirk, on womens rugby teams


Movie Review:
Fear & Loathing in L.A.

Sofia Coppolas Somewhere wings the City of Angels

Movies:
End Civ: Eco-Reset

A directors radical critique of Western Civilization

 

 

 

 

Swan Song of Youth
Follies is a sad, lovely lament for time lost
by Rick Levin

 

100 Years of Guinness and Green
Luckeys celebrates a century of St. Patricks Days
by Vanessa Salvia