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All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Karin Clarke Gallery “The Night Drawings and Other Late Works,” work by David McCosh, opens Tuesday, Nov. 24, through Jan. 16, 2010. Tu-Sa, 10am-5:30pm. 760 Willamette.


Viewpoint:
Just Say No 
To the WTO — again!

Viewpoint:
Dissect and Destroy
Examining the Amazon option for EmX

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor


PUBLIC LEFT OUT

I applaud EWEB, the city of Eugene, and the architects for creating outstanding public participation opportunities for designing the redevelopment of EWEB’s riverfront property.


Just Say No 
To the WTO — again!
by Stan Taylor

 

Democracy Is Messy
Journalist Amy Goodman works to clean up dirty politics
By Camilla Mortensen

 


Swinging for the Low Road

 

Squash That Reigns Supreme
A vegan-friendly side dish
by Jennifer Burns Levin

 

Holiday Happenings:

Local Wineries Offer Drinks, Eats, More Drinks, But let a nondrinker drive

Winter Wonderland in BeaverTown Fest lights up Corvallis


Dissect and Destroy
Examining the Amazon option for EmX
by James Lewandoski


Music:
Breaking Up Is Beautiful
Swell Season sticks with Joy through pain

Music:
Music Shorts
Mark Growden, CunninLynguists, Chali 2na and Gift of Gab

 

 

 

 

 

Holiday Happenings:

Local Wineries Offer Drinks, Eats, More Drinks, But let a nondrinker drive

Winter Wonderland in BeaverTown Fest lights up Corvallis


THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19

Axe & Fiddle Musician’s Spotlight w/Larry Barkemeyer­7; Variety, n/c

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest Mr. Joyboy, Aires & Graces, Filthiest People Alive, Pirate Radio­10; n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c



 

Holiday Happenings:

Local Wineries Offer Drinks, Eats, More Drinks, But let a nondrinker drive

Winter Wonderland in BeaverTown Fest lights up Corvallis




Breaking Up Is Beautiful
Swell Season sticks with Joy through pain
by Molly Templeton


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

 


Books:
You Can Go Home Again
Luis Urrea’s new book goes a-questing

Theater:
Image Projection

Shipwrecked!
promotes a certain kind of adventure