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Modernizing Moliere

Stand Alone, Stand Together
Immigrants make America a better place
By Jorge Navarro

Music Shorts
Punch Brothers, Eugene Irish Cultural Festival, Greensky Bluegrass, Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats



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

Envision Sprawl
City manager pushes to blow growth boundary
By Alan Pittman


Amanitasû DJ DVice¨8; Funk, Neo-soul, n/c

Axe & Fiddleû Oldies but Goodies¨7; Blues, country, n/c

Black Forestû Half Shark Half Jesus, Taken by Tigers¨10; Farewell gig, rock, n/c

Club Snafuû DJ Heshe¨9:30; Top 40, hip-hop, n/c

An Understanding Heart
Opal Whiteley returns to Oregon
By Camilla Mortensen


Progressive Bluegrass for the Brokenhearted

By Gustavo Arellano

Swan Song of Youth

is a sad, lovely lament for time lost

No Clean Coal
Companies look to export coal through the Northwest
By Camilla Mortensen

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


The Art of Glass Glass mosaics by Cheryl Shore, through April 21, glass work by Bob Green, through March 23. 790 Blair

Union Busting
Poor economics and poorer morality

Ratios Matter
We cant ignore growing class sizes


Union Busting
Poor economics and poorer morality
By Robert A. Olsen, Ph.D.

Guts & Gooseshit
Witnessing womens rugby with the Eugene Reign
By Rick Levin

*Everybody thinks we should have moustaches and hairy arses, but in fact you could put us all on the cover of Vogue. ‹ Helen Kirk, on womens rugby teams

Movie Review:
Fear & Loathing in L.A.

Sofia Coppolas Somewhere wings the City of Angels

End Civ: Eco-Reset

A directors radical critique of Western Civilization





Swan Song of Youth
Follies is a sad, lovely lament for time lost
by Rick Levin


100 Years of Guinness and Green
Luckeys celebrates a century of St. Patricks Days
by Vanessa Salvia

Marathon Madness
From less than zero to long distance
By Nicole Bolton