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The Secret Lives of Musicians
The UO’s Barnhart Residence Hall houses hundreds of bach fest folks 
by Suzi Steffen

 

The Prophet Returns
Thomas Quasthoff takes up residence, again, in Eugene
by Suzi Steffen

 


Summer Sounds
New CDs from the Northwest
by Brett Campbell


Music:
Music Shorts
One Horse Shy, The Giving Tree Band, Ash Reiter,
Frank Vignola’s Hot Club Trio

Music:
Summer Sounds
New CDs from the Northwest

 

 

F.A.M.E.ously Edgy
Bay Area DJs, 12 new classical commissions mark Bach Remix 5 
by Kate Loftesness


THURSDAY JUNE 17

Axe & Fiddle Or, The Whale, Anticipate Pie­8; Alt country, rock, $5

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Heather­7:30; n/c

Club Snafu DJ yo Huckleberry­10; n/c

Cowfish DJ Heshe & guests­9:30; Crunk, top 40, n/c

 

The Farmer, the Cowman, the Mayor and the Band Leader
Pink Martini’s Thomas Lauderdale on just about everything
by Suzi Steffen


Eclectic Americana and Good Ol’ Fashioned Fun

 

Ride ’Em, Cowgirl!

 

Cool Off With Your Brain Off V
If cinematic sequels don’t get spiffy subtitles, then neither do we
by Molly Templeton

 

Oregon Rising
World wine lovers are finding us
By Lance Sparks


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

The Art Center “Outside/Inside,” works by various artists, reception 5:30-7pm Thursday, June 10, through July 3. 700 SW Madison Ave., Corvallis

 

Goonies R Still Good Enough

Though the northern coast town of Astoria has been home to Lewis and Clark, Benji, Free Willy and around 10,000 current residents, to some people — most of a certain age — it’ll always be best known as the set of The Goonies.

 

No Money? Have Fun Anyway!
And oh, those summer nights
by Kaitlin Flanigan


Viewpoint:
An Exceptional Teacher

UO students organizing to keep Ken De Bevoise

Natural Resistance:
Living with the River

Ecological elements of EWEB plan are vulnerable


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