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Scobert Park Revisited 
Hot topic on neighborhood meeting agenda
By Majeska Seese-Green

BRING Evolution
Pioneering institution makes a bold shift
by Ted Taylor

July marked the end of an era for BRING Recycling. The nonprof it turned 40 this year and has gone through a major shift away from — recycling. What? Away from recycling? 

Film Festival:
Watch a Movie, Change the World

GoodWorks Film Festival brings urgency and action to Eugene theaters

Movie Review:
The Debt
Pay Up

Secrets and lies in East Berlin



9/11 Blind
Ten years past the Twin Towers attack
by Tom Hayden


Art Attack
Portland’s annual Time-Based Art festival 
By Brett Campbell


Jaina Jams



Oly Moley! Those Girls Can Skate!

Green Grow The Ferns
New power-pop trio hits the stage

Music Shorts
Nick Jaina, Ronnie Montrose, Pretty Lights, The Slackers





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

The Beanery Acoustic Open Mic—7

Cowfish “Everybody” w/Sassy Mouff, DJ Heshe—9; Mash-up

Cozmic Pizza Science Pub—8; All ages, n/c

Pay Up
Secrets and lies in East Berlin
by Molly Templeton


by Gustavo Arellano

Sesame Streaking
Potty-mouthed puppets ponder life’s questions in Avenue Q

Seein’ Green
Shrek The Musical Rocks Portland

Deadly Streets
Would delayed bike projects have saved a life?
by Alan Pittman

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Karin Clarke Gallery David P. Miller: In Memoriam, 5:30-8pm Friday, Sept. 23. 760 Willamette


A New Health Hazard?
The coming fight over smart meters

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor



A New Health Hazard?
The coming fight over smart meters
By Michael E. Lee


Skin of the Earth
Native grasses in the garden
By Rachel Foster