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Films for Thought

If the change from sun to hail to snow has you feeling a little disoriented, then the only thing to do is embrace the feeling and attend the DisOrient Asian American Film Festival.


Handmade
Yeltsin's shiny new CD
BY JEREMY OHMES


Getting Her Voice Back


Music:
Latin Lover
Cherry Poppin' Daddies release new CD

Music:
Handmade

Yeltsin's shiny new CD


I am a young, straight male—but I have this obsession with male-on-male dino-dragon porn. I don't get it. I'M SUPPOSED TO BE STRAIGHT! Am I psychotic or what?

Dino Really Are Gonna Overtake Now

 

You're not psychotic, DRAGON, just pathetic.


Presidential Headquarters
A local look a the Democratic campaigns
BY VICTORIA STEPHENS


THURSDAY APRIL 24

THE ASTORIA Texas Hold 'Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Shelley Short, Camp3, Danbert Nobacon, Cold Hard Cash—8; Rock, country, pop

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


Sacred Music
A Mass original for the Concert Choir
BY BRETT CAMPBELL


Attentive Skeletons and Joyful Dragons
Latino artists of the Northwest at Jacobs
BY SUZI STEFFEN


Latin Lover
Cherry Poppin' Daddies release new CD
BY VANESSA SALVIA


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

SPECIAL PAPERBACK EDITION


Big Bucks for Mayor
Pro-sprawl interests invest heavily in Torrey
BY ALAN PITTMAN

Coming Soon. Check back soon.


Visual Art:
Punks On Paper
Vitriolic poster show cramps DIVA's space


Alaska Pinot?
Rising temps portend grape migration
BY LANCE SPARKS


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Blooming Branch Bistro Paintings by Ellen Gabehart, through March 31. 49 W. 29th.

Choppers Macro nature photography by Katherine Emlen, through March 31. 1241 Willamette.


Viewpoint:
Inside Baseball

The new UO stadium plan stinks

Viewpoint WEB EXTRA:
A Chill in an Unresolved War

Reflections on an historic concert in Pynongyang