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Direct Democracy
A statement from Occupy Eugene 


The Way Forward
Exploring ecologically sustainable thinking 
By Chet Bowers


Music:
Music Shorts
People Under the Stairs, Infected Mushroom, Jason Webley

 

 

 

 

Oakland or Bust
The cheapest way to get to the Bay  
By Dante Zuñiga-West



Aquarium!
Sleep with scary sea critters 
By Shannon Finnell


THURSDAY OCT 27

Axe & Fiddle Petri Dish, Dreamdog—8; Jazz, funk, $3 

The Beanery Acoustic open mic—7; n/c

Black Forest Bristol to Memory & Special Guest—10; Rock

Cowfish “Everybody” w/Sassy Mouff, DJ Heshe—9; Mash-up

Going Dutch
Will Eugene cycle like Utrecht?
by Alan Pittman

 

Holy Texts, Wholly Heroes
Two new books explore superheroes and religion
by Aaron Ragan-Fore


Get Your Snow On
Where to get away this winter   
By Kendall Fields

 

The People’s Beat

Nights of Living with the Dead
The caretaker of Eugene Pioneer Cemetery
by Dante Zuñiga-West


Arts Shorts:
Arts Shorts
Celebrating Los Muertos

Theater:
Theatrical Haiku
Local playwright Paul Calandrino illuminates life, ten minutes at a time


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Karin Clarke Gallery “Chromatic Migration,” work by Margaret Coe, reception 5-7pm Friday, Oct. 21; through Nov. 19. 749 Willamette


SHARED TEACHER


Viewpoint:
I Went to Africa
Finding wealth in history and culture

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor

 

 


I Went to Africa
Finding wealth in history and culture
By Mark Harris

 


By David Wagner

Reforming Education Reform
Teachers fight Wall Street/politicians’ war on schools 
by Alan Pittman