Fragments of a Compelling Story
Oregon writers debut novel a hack job, literally
by John Locanthi
Centro Latino serves our entire community
By Gary Crum
Summer Guide Calendar of Events
Obsidians: bike Long Tom Grange, 20 miles, info & sign-up at www.obsidians.org
Equinox Conference w/Oak Hill School & UO International Cultural Services, 8:10am-2:05pm, Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Dr., 744-0954. FREE.
My husband and I recently realized that in order for us to remain happily married, we need to fuck other people.
THURSDAY JUNE 2
Aminata Rictus, Shitty Fucker-9
The Astoria Thumping Thursday w/DJ Britz & Guests-9; n/c
Axe & Fiddle Betty and the Boy-7:30; Acoustic, n/c
Black Forest Boogie Monster, Security in Numbers, Bad Luck Blackouts-10; Punk, metal, n/c
The Naked Truth
Amici unleashes flood of creativity
By Brett Campbell
Nation Building at Home
A Q&A with Sen. Jeff Merkley on Afghanistan
By Camilla Mortensen
All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.
Maude Kerns Art Center Art & the Vineyard: "A Feast for the Eyes at Artists Marketplace,” art & wine festival, Saturday July 2 through July 4. Alton Baker Park
DONT FEEL SAFER
A Republic in Peril
On our 235th anniversary
By We the People-Eugene
The Tree of Life
Life, the Universe and Everything
Terrence Malicks extraordinary ordinary film
Use the links provided below for specific show times.
Kingdom County, Week Two of the Oregon Bach Festival, Steve Earle, Jackson Michelson