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All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Memorial:
A Tribute to Derrick Bell
Civil rights activist and scholar remembered

Viewpoint:
The Way Forward
Exploring ecologically sustainable thinking 


BYPASS THE OGRES

$400 and a Credit Card
Canada on the cheap
By Nils Holst

 

TURDS ARE MY SUBJECT
David Sedaris discusses reading, writing, sex, Chinese food and Eugene barbershops
Interview by Rick Levin  |  Photograph by Anne Fishbein

Brewtrips
Forget wineries; tour beers  
By Andrew Hitz

 

 

A Tribute to Derrick Bell
Civil rights activist and scholar remembered
By Anita Johnson


Movies:
And All for This?

Three Musketeers
buckles under a swash of dreck

 

 

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


Direct Democracy
A statement from Occupy Eugene 


The Way Forward
Exploring ecologically sustainable thinking 
By Chet Bowers


Music:
Music Shorts
People Under the Stairs, Infected Mushroom, Jason Webley

 

 

 

 

Oakland or Bust
The cheapest way to get to the Bay  
By Dante Zuñiga-West



Aquarium!
Sleep with scary sea critters 
By Shannon Finnell


THURSDAY OCT 27

Axe & Fiddle Petri Dish, Dreamdog—8; Jazz, funk, $3 

The Beanery Acoustic open mic—7; n/c

Black Forest Bristol to Memory & Special Guest—10; Rock

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

Going Dutch
Will Eugene cycle like Utrecht?
by Alan Pittman

 

Holy Texts, Wholly Heroes
Two new books explore superheroes and religion
by Aaron Ragan-Fore


Get Your Snow On
Where to get away this winter   
By Kendall Fields

 

The People’s Beat