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By David Wagner


Water for Peace
Protecting a basic resource as a public trust
By Stan Taylor

Bleeding Our Government to Death
Some tax facts hardly anyone knows
By David Cay Johnston


Movies:
Geeking Out

New films debut at SXSW

 

 

 

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

 

Southern Bayou Boogie

 

Swing Your Razor Wide!

 



Music:
Swingle to Swing
A jazz and classical music smorgasbord

Music:
Music Shorts
Marcia Ball, Daedelus Grrrlz Rock, Bob Wayne and the Outlaw Carnies

 

 

THURSDAY APR 14

Amanita's DJ DVice8; Funk, Neo-soul, n/c

Axe & Fiddle Bob Wayne & the Outlaw Carnies8:30; Country, $5

Black Forest Forest Marchini, Bryan Wood, Sam Vega10; Rock, n/c

Cowfish "Everybody" w/Sassy Mouff, DJ Heshe9; Mash-up

The District DJ Phoenix & DJ Scoot10; Hip hop

Toxic World
From cancer to kids to fossil fuels
By Camilla Mortensen

 


 

Swingle to Swing
A jazz and classical music smorgasbord
By Brett Campbell

Dear Mexican: I grant you a magic wand; now, tell me how do we right the wrongs of Sam Houston and Manifest Destiny? Is it to correct his legacy and call out the crimes and recognize the victims? Or should the land be given back? What is it, my fellow American?

" U.S Citizen

Laughter Medicine
Comic speaks to City Club
By Alan Pittman

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

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


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Don Dexter Office Photography by John Sconce and Doni Dexter, reception 5-7pm, March 14; through March 31. 2233-B Willamette

 

Raise a Glass
Toasting the working stiffs in Wisconsin and at home
By Lance Sparks