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Earth Day 2010

Let it Flow Restoring Green Island

Prickly Project Wrestling thorn vines in the nude t’aint for sissies


JERRY RUST’S RECORD

What a contrast! It was truly inspiring to hear West Lane County Commissioner candidate Jerry Rust’s presentation at the April 12 candidate’s forum in the River Road/ Santa Clara area. 


Living Out:
Do-Do the Right Thing

Calling attention to crap should be enough

Viewpoint:
The Bank of Nature

We have no plan to repay our debts

On The Blogs:

 

 

Earth Day 2010

Let it Flow Restoring Green Island

Prickly Project Wrestling thorn vines in the nude t’aint for sissies


Do-Do the Right Thing
Calling attention to crap should be enough
By Sally Sheklow

 

 

Earth Day 2010

Let it Flow Restoring Green Island

Prickly Project Wrestling thorn vines in the nude t’aint for sissies

 

EARTH DAY



 

The Fashionable Fascist 
Evita lands in Cottage Grove
by Suzi Steffen


Game Over?
Gimmicky music vs “actual” music
by Brett Campbell


The Bank of Nature
We have no plan to repay our debts
By Jason Bradford


Music:
He Is What He Is
Merle Haggard, bad luck, good fortune and all

Music:
Game Over?
Gimmicky music vs “actual” music




THURSDAY APRIL 22

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

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c

Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Amira Azar­7:15; n/c

Cozmic Pizza Skinner City Square Dance­7:30; n/c

Davis’ Brimstone Sounds­11; Hip hop, reggae, top 40, n/c




Classic College Camera

 

Hearts and History 
Hope Larson’s Mercury
by Molly Templeton


He Is What He Is
Merle Haggard, bad luck, good fortune and all
by Rick Levin


Dear Mexican: I have a friend who frequently wears a T-shirt that boldly states in big, bad-ass, Old English letters, “Hecho en México.” Five facts follow: 

• He was born 23 years ago in Bellflower, Calif.

• His truly Mexican parents were nowhere near Mexico when he was conceived


Theater:
OSF’s Opening Salvos Resonate
Get tickets now for these two classic, strong plays

Theater:
Waiting for Neo
A too-sweet apocalypse at University Theatre