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The Decemberists, Revamped
Yes, that’s electric guitar you’re hearing
by Sarah Brickner


Let the Sun Shine On


Music:
Twentieth Century Decadence
The spirit of Weill lives on at the Shedd

Music:
The Decemberists, Revamped
Yes, that’s electric guitar you’re hearing




How They Differ
Comparing 4J and LCC board candidates
by Ted Taylor


THURSDAY MAY 14

Axe & Fiddle Arizona, Tara Stonecipher Band­8:30; Prog, psychedelic, $3

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest 2nd Time Around­10; 

Blind Pig Open mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly dancing ft/Inanna­6:20, 7:30; n/c


Era Ends with Requiem
Symphony’s music director says farewell
by Suzi Steffen


Twentieth Century Decadence
The spirit of Weill lives on at the Shedd
by Brett Campbell


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

MISSING MICHOACAN


Theater:
Opening Nights
Arcadia, Annie, Free the Northwest Ten!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Fleeing Downtown
Council sends a message with relocation plans
by Alan Pittman


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

A Healing Space Watercolors by Ellen de Werd. A reception is April 3, 5:30pm. 769 Monroe Street.


On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


A TALE OF CONTAMINATION

 

Can’t Bear Global Warming?
Sue the bastards!
By Alan Pittman


Turn That Frown Upside Down

Good and evil, life and death, attraction and repulsion, love and hate. The notion that duality is necessary to our existence is not new. Perhaps Super Happy Story Time Land will elucidate the creative nature of opposing forces in a way that William Blake couldn’t have imagined: happy death metal about life.