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Theater:
The Season for Autumnal
Classic of loneliness and longing at Cottage Theatre


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Karin Clarke Gallery “Landscapes and Figures,” by Adam Grosowsky, through Oct. 10. A benefit is 4-6pm Thurs., Sept. 17. Ten percent of all sales go to the Relief Nursery. 760 Willamette.


Viewpoint:
A Boyfriend to Die For
Or just feeding on insecurities?

On The Blogs:

 

Letters to the Editor

 

 


SUPPRESSED DANCING


A Boyfriend to Die For
Or just feeding on insecurities?
By Deb Merskin

Carbon Foot print
Will Eugene green its sooty foot?
By Alan Pittman

 

 


Dark Perfection


Music:
Local Legends, Rising Stars
Fall sounds new and old

Music:
Music Shorts
Portugal. The Man, Ruins of Ooah, Mayer Hawthorne, Star's End, Tara Jane O'Neil, Karl Blau and Phil Elverum, Mason Jennings

 

 

 




THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17

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

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest God Hates Comedy w/Chris Castles­8; Comedy, n/c

Blind Pig Open Mic­8; n/c




Local Legends, Rising Stars
Fall sounds new and old
by Brett Campbell 


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO


Hispanic, Her Panic
Rebeca Urhausen and Fiesta Latina after 18 years
by Joseph A. Lieberman


Performing/Visual Arts:
A Taste of Tomorrow
Time Based Art ‘09

Wine:
Love in a Bottle
A toast to the passage of time

Eugene Celebration 2009

The Process and the Product
Mayor’s Art Show, 2009 edition

Who Gets to Choose?