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EW’S GUIDE TO THE OREGON BACH FESTIVAL 2008

Shanghai to Vienna World chamber music anchors mid-Fest days and nights 

 

EW’S GUIDE TO THE OREGON BACH FESTIVAL 2008

Shanghai to Vienna World chamber music anchors mid-Fest days and nights 


Opening Nights

 

Hair  Opens at Actors Cabaret of Eugene Friday, June 20.



Making Excuses
How our institutions keep isms going
by Michelle Maher


Music:
Rhyming Is Its Own Reward
The Reward System drops homegrown hip hop

Music:
Soda Pop, Candy and Cigarettes
Some of Love That Dress’ favorite things

 

EW’S GUIDE TO THE OREGON BACH FESTIVAL 2008

Shanghai to Vienna World chamber music anchors mid-Fest days and nights 


I’m a 33-year-old man, married eight years and mostly happy. My problem seems common: My wife has lost interest in sex. We have sex once every two months, maybe once a month if I’m lucky. When we do have sex, it seems to be good for both of us. It wasn’t always this way—we used to have great chemistry and were both GGG in better days.




Thursday June 19

The Astoria Texas Hold ‘Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Corinne West & the Posse—8; Blues, punk

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

THE COOLER Karaoke—9:30

country side Taylor Blazer—8:30


Get a Taste


Art Town USA
Do sports inspire art or vice versa?
by Chuck Adams

 

EW’S GUIDE TO THE OREGON BACH FESTIVAL 2008

Shanghai to Vienna World chamber music anchors mid-Fest days and nights 


Rhyming Is Its Own Reward
The Reward System drops homegrown hip hop
by Sara Brickner


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

SPECIAL PHILADELPHIA EDITION

 


Eugene’s Dream for Darfur
Local effort for international impact during Trials
Words and Photos by Desiree Aflleje


Fashion:
Fashion Under the Big Top

Cirque De Luxe is a smash-up at the fairgrounds

Wine:
May Meanderings

On potholes and pours

 


May Meanderings
On potholes and pours
BY LANCE SPARKS


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Backstreet Gallery Work by Melody Ashley, through May 31. A reception is 3pm Saturday, May 10. 11am-5pm W-Sa. 327 Laurel St., Florence.