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A Madcap Take on Cinderella
Mad Duckling takes the stage
by ANNA GRACE


The Leading Ladies of Led


Belly Up
Eugene’s latest dining hot spot has an unlikely inspiration: your grandma’s recipe book
By Aaron Ragan-Fore


Darkly Bright
Local prof’s mystery mines art, gender and geology in Provence
by Suzi Steffen


Sergeant Blue
At the Blue Doughnut Café
by Jerry Diethelm


Music:
Summer Sounds
Rounding up recent Northwest releases

Music:
Music Shorts
Zepparella, Cassandra Robertson, The Roller, Old Believers, Susurri

 


 




Cancer and Chemicals
Lane County’s links between breast cancer and pesticide spray
by Camilla Mortensen



Summer Sounds
Rounding up recent Northwest releases
by Brett Campbell


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO

Dear Mexican: What’s the fascination Mexicans have with Elvis?
— Good Roceando Tonight


Elephants on the Track
At the Trials, large questions go unanswered
Essay by Chuck Adams • Photos by Todd Cooper


Theater:
Community Spirit

Hello, Dolly!
comes to the LCC stage

 

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Traditional Innovator A Q&A with OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch

Organized Insanity OSF’s costume shop

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Traditional Innovator A Q&A with OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch

Organized Insanity OSF’s costume shop


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING

Barbershop Lounge/Downtown Dayspa Oil paintings by Don da Barber, through Aug. 10. An opening is 6pm July 26. 9am-10pm daily. 165 W. 11th.

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Traditional Innovator A Q&A with OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch

Organized Insanity OSF’s costume shop


Viewpoint:
Joined the Military?
You can change your mind

Living Out:
Off the Rag
The flow of life

Blogs:
EW! A Blog.


Easy Pit Choice

By far, the best of the five old Sears site proposals the City Council will discuss at their work session on July 16 is the one by WG: local developers Wally Graff and Nathan Philips.

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival:

Traditional Innovator A Q&A with OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch

Organized Insanity OSF’s costume shop