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A Postcard World
The naturalist sees the wounds
By Mary OBrien


Teachers or Tutors?
Will budget woes make tutors the only way Eugene kids get an education?
By Alex Zielinski



 

 

 

Winter Bravo! 2011
Eugene weekly
s guide to the performing arts

Hit Play Everythings happening. What do you choose?

Witchy Appeal and Local Substance Theater of the winter and spring

Music:
Music Shorts
The Thermals, Wayne "The Train” Hancock, Shawn Colvin, Musica Maestrale, Ivan & Alyosha

 


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Winter Bravo! 2011
Eugene weekly
s guide to the performing arts

Hit Play Everythings happening. What do you choose?

Witchy Appeal and Local Substance Theater of the winter and spring



Winter Bravo! 2011
Eugene weekly
s guide to the performing arts

Hit Play Everythings happening. What do you choose?

Witchy Appeal and Local Substance Theater of the winter and spring

THURSDAY JAN 13

Black Forest Rogue Sound, Mother, Animal R&R¨9

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff¨10; DJ, n/c

Cowfish øLime Night" w/DJ Heshe, Jon 7 & guests¨9:30; Crunk, house

Downtown Lounge The Funk Jam¨10; n/c

Granary Pizza Co. Maca Rey¨9; n/c


Winter Bravo! 2011
Eugene weekly
s guide to the performing arts

Hit Play Everythings happening. What do you choose?

Witchy Appeal and Local Substance Theater of the winter and spring

 

 

Hot Live

By Gustavo Arellano

Theater:
All Tomorrow's Parties

UO's Rock N Roll channels Czech Velvet Revolution

State of Eugene
Piercy touts downtown projects, celebrates city
By Alan Pittman

 

Quack Like a Duck!

Thousands of enthusiastic Duck fans flocked downtown Saturday, Jan. 22, for a big parade in honor of the UO football team, coaches and all the other folks who contributed to a record-breaking season that fell just one kick short of a national championship. See more photos by EW Art Director Todd Cooper at flickr.com/photos/eugeneweekly

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS