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Visual Art:
Something for Their Journey
Peril and hope at Maude Kerns


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

The Arts Center Howland Community Open exhibition, through April 5. Noon-5pm Tu-Sa. 700 SW Madison, Corvallis.


Natural Resistance:
Campaign Echoes

Hopes rise and fall on who will lead

Design Matters:
Of Time and the Riverfront

Some seasoned ideas on EWEB site planning


ENOUGH OF THIS CRAP




Campaign Echoes
Hopes rise and fall on who will lead
BY MARY O'BRIEN

 

MARCH. SING. LAUGH. PRAY. CRY.
Meeting the fifth anniversary of Iraq invasion with community resistance
BY SUZI STEFFEN


Adorable Daphnes
Variations on an aromatic treasure
BY RACHEL FOSTER


Flight of Fancy
Actors Cabaret defies gravity, convention
BY ANNA GRACE


Dance Migration
Double dose of music and dance for good
BY RACHAEL CARNES


For Revolutionaries Only


Coming Around Again
Echoes and resonance in SDS memoirs
BY SUZI STEFFEN


Of Time and the Riverfront
Some seasoned ideas on EWEB site planning
BY JERRY DIETHELM


Music:
Bar Hopping in the Emerald City
A guide to St. Patrick's Day in Eugene

Music:
Music Shorts
Apostle, Ed Forman, Richard Julien

 


Don't Save the Humans
Voluntary human extinction is alive and well
BY EVA SYLWESTER


Local Kids Make Good
UO grads return to combine business with pleasure at PIELC
BY CAMILLA MORTENSEN


THURSDAY MAR. 13

THE ASTORIA Texas Hold 'Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Flat Stanley—8; Jazz, swing

THE CITY DJ Simy—10; 80s, techno, reggae