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All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

CONTINUING


STEPPING UP

Dave Taube (letters, 12/8) questions whether supporters of the unsuccessful Measure 20-182 — which would have provided much-needed supplemental funding to the Eugene public schools — have really stepped up and contributed to the Eugene Education Fund (EEF). 


Living Out:
The Night before Christmas
When stereotypical myths hide the good

Viewpoint:
Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht
Childhood memories refreshed each Christmas

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor

 

 

Give Guide

Giving till it hurts doesn’t need to hurt

The end of the year is upon us and that means everything from Hanukkah to Solstice to Festivus. It also means, less cheerfully, that once you have recovered from your Christmas shopping, you’re going to have to wake up one morning next year and think about paying taxes.

Sorry to be such a downer. 


The Night before Christmas

When stereotypical myths hide the good

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house

Not a creature was stirring, not even my spouse.

Our feet were all snug in their warm woolen socks

Disenfranchised

Without the Occupy camp homeless youth are back on the street

Rayne


Movies:
We All Fall Down
Lars Von Trier divines the apocalypse in Melancholia

 

MOVIE THEATERS
Use the links provided below for specific show times.

 

Classical Stuffers

Homegrown symphonic gifts for music lovers

This has been the strongest year in memory for Oregon classical music recordings. Any of these CD would make an excellent buy-local stocking stuffer for Oregon music lovers.

Procrastinators' Gift Guide

Music

year end radio wrap up


Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht

Childhood memories refreshed each Christmas

Christmas is a special time for me.


Music:
Music Shorts
The Golden Motors, Bad Luck Blackouts

Music:
Classical Stuffers
Homegrown symphonic gifts for music lovers

 

 

 

 

UO Independence

Bill has power over president, but not tuition

A bill being drafted by Eugene Rep. Phil Barnhart could create a transparent local UO board that’s appointed by the governor and/or elected and has the power to raise salaries and veto the firing of the UO president, but has very limited power to raise tuition.


THURSDAY DEC 22

Axe & Fiddle Cottage Grove Women’s Choir—8; Choral, n/c

Cowfish Hump-Nite w/Connah Jay—9; Dubstep, glitch

Cozmic Back Porch Soiree—4; Old Time, bluegrass, n/c; Brian Cutean, Lisa Markley, Bruce Balmer—8; Folk, $5

Doc’s Pad Drag Queen Bingo w/Trai La Trash—6; Bingo, n/c


We All Fall Down

Lars Von Trier divines the apocalypse in Melancholia

 

All-Out All Stars

The Golden Motors are a Eugene super group filled with musicians who’ve been rocking the local scene for years. Composed of Scott K and Jivan Valpey of Pass Out Kings, Dan Schmid from the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, and acoustic punk-rock scallywag Dan Jones, the band boasts a deep roster of talent and charisma.

Lethal Hazard

A Wildlife Services trap set for nutria kills a pet dog


Arts Shorts:
Video-Graffiti
(sub)Urban Projections festival

Theater:
Tragic Camp
University Theatre thrills with Bat Boy


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


KITTY RESPONDS


Viewpoint:
Glitterbombed!
Dan Savage targeted for being transphobic

Viewpoint:
Occupying Wall Street for Dummies
An interview with Benjamin Brubaker

 

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor