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Summer Guide 2011

Summer Guide 2011:

Take it to the River Inner tubes, cold water and hot daysû

Jump How does starting off your summer freefalling from 10,000 feet sound?

Five ways to not get bike-jacked this summer


Movies:
Snow Falling on Nazis

Winter in Wartime
a solid piece of Dutch filmmaking

 

 

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

 

 

Get Reborn

 

Fragments of a Compelling Story
Oregon writers debut novel a hack job, literally
by John Locanthi


Support System
Centro Latino serves our entire community
By Gary Crum


Music:
Yelawolf Gets Radioactive
A review from the Cuthbert

Music:
Music Shorts
Rebirth Brass Band, Cage the Elephant, Misty River, Pharoahe Monch, Water Tower Bucket Boys

Summer Guide Calendar of Events

close-in

june

Friday, 6/3

Obsidians: bike Long Tom Grange, 20 miles, info & sign-up at www.obsidians.org

Equinox Conference w/Oak Hill School & UO International Cultural Services, 8:10am-2:05pm, Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Dr., 744-0954. FREE.




My husband and I recently realized that in order for us to remain happily married, we need to fuck other people.

THURSDAY JUNE 2

Aminata Rictus, Shitty Fucker-9

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

Axe & Fiddle Betty and the Boy-7:30; Acoustic, n/c

Black Forest Boogie Monster, Security in Numbers, Bad Luck Blackouts-10; Punk, metal, n/c

Summer Guide 2011:

Take it to the River Inner tubes, cold water and hot daysû

Jump How does starting off your summer freefalling from 10,000 feet sound?

Five ways to not get bike-jacked this summer


 

The Naked Truth
Amici unleashes flood of creativity
By Brett Campbell

 


Sports:
Phrenics Terminate Terminal City

Arts Shorts:
Arts Shorts
Emek at the WOW, Johnnie Mazzoccos "Found Object Shadowboxes”

Nation Building at Home
A Q&A with Sen. Jeff Merkley on Afghanistan
By Camilla Mortensen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Maude Kerns Art Center Art & the Vineyard: "A Feast for the Eyes at Artists Marketplace,” art & wine festival, Saturday July 2 through July 4. Alton Baker Park


Viewpoint:
A Republic in Peril

On our 235th anniversary

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


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