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Eugene Weekly : 10.26.06

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Coverstory:

Best of Eugene 2006-2007


Our annual readers poll of everything that is good in Eugene.



News Shorts:

Torrey Goes Negative

R-G Gives Ethics Line the Finger

Scary Tax Tactics

Champer Pushes Tax on Residents

Issues of Fair Trade

Caribou and Climate

Critical Danger

Lane County Herbicide Spray Schedule

EW Endorsements

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes.

News:

Last Bite of the Biscuit

As the controversial post-fire logging project comes to an end, a look at the winners and losers

Happening Person:

Eric Wold

Viewpoint:

Ripped Safety Net


A way to mend it is finally available

Viewpoint:

No on Measure 43


It puts vulnerable teens in a bureaucratic maze

Viewpoint:

Revolving Door

The case against arbitrary term limits

Viewpoint:

Tony's Palm Card

The view from the left field bleachers

 

 

 







Music:


Under the Wizard's Spell

Ecstatic Peace recording artist mystifies with noise


Music:

Fiddling and Burning


Celtic Fiddle Fest brings hot music to WOW Hall

Music:

Are You Ready for Halloweeeeeeeeek?

Too much haunting for just one night

Music:

Music Shorts

EW's music writers cover the local scene.

Calendar:

The week's events at a glance.

Galleries:

Art events and exhibits in local galleries.



Savage Love

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's

Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man

 





Movie Review:

The Prestige


Craft of Deception

Christopher Nolan masters the art of illusion

Movie Review:

Old Joy

Real Quiet



Two friends find themselves in the mountains

Movie Review:

Marie Antoinette


Girl, Interrupted

A lush but flawed history of Marie Antoinette

Theater:

Awkwardly Endearing


VLT's April stumbles but charms

Opera:

Drinking Espresso and Dancing With the Devil


Singer returns to Portland Opera for Faust

Gamin':

Everybody Loves Max

Video noir gets the youth vote

 



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