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If five beach bums tried to surf their way to the classic California rock sound (The Doors, The Byrds, etc.) but instead got lost in a cloud of pot smoke and found themselves at a goth house party, you would end up with something like The Growlers. The Growlers are from Orange County; they like a little reverb on their guitars; there’s a little bit of dark soul in their sound; and they do look and act baked much of the time, but that’s where the similarities to those other bands end. Continue reading
Just like the herbaceous monstrosity at the heart of this campy musical romp, the cult appeal of Little Shop of Horrors just keeps on growing. But if you’ve merely seen the movie starring Steve Martin and Rick Moranis, you only know half the story. Continue reading
Tell your friends “I’m going to spend the weekend at a law conference” and they’ll figure you are in for a really horrible couple days. But when it comes to the UO’s Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC), attendees are actually in for some fun and excitement. Continue reading
It's not surprising that theater-goers in Eugene don't immediately think of Pleasant Hill Community Theatre when considering local productions. But many Pleasant Hill residents don't think of it either, and that's something PHCT board president Michael Stearns would like to change. Continue reading
Coverstory: Bringing it Home Citizens’ address outlines an agenda for Eugene. Continue reading
Coverstory: Which Way Broadway Will the community have a say on downtown redevelopment? Continue reading
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Coverstory: Cuthbert Up for Bids Sparks fly as city looks at privatizing amphitheater. Continue reading
Coverstory: The Tricksters Local magicians twist our minds. Continue reading
Arts: Arts Shorts Authors and Artists Fair, Dog Party, DIVA Granted Theater: The Golden Age It’s Wonderful at the Leebrick (and the Wildish) Continue reading
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YOU’RE GETTING WARMER Ten years after Kyoto, the U.S. has done nothing KYOTO ACCORDINGLY Environmentalists weigh in on the Kyoto Protocol MORE FREEWAYS Our local response to global warming Continue reading