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Time for Cohesion
Rethinking northwest Eugene neighborhoods
By Carleen Reilly

Wet  Beds
Housing bums could save money, human lives
By Alan Pittman


Movies:
The Roaring Twenties

The anniversary of T2 — and a host of other things

 

 

MOVIE THEATERS
Use the links provided below for specific show times.

 

Blue Man Speaks
Jerry Kops spills on the thrills of joining Blue Man Group
by Anna Grace

 

Who’s Afraid of Osama bin Laden?
Neil LaBute’s post-9/11 autopsy 
by Rick Levin

 

Solar vs. Sun Drying
Taking a step up from conventional food drying
By Eben Fodor

 

Hick Hop Anonymous

A Stitch in Time
Playin’ it safe with the fight doctor
By Dante Zuñiga-West


Music:
Auditions and Acoustics
Eugene’s search for a classical conductor

Music:
Music Shorts
Rehab, Ziggy Marley, Conjugal Visitors, Hillstomp

 

 

 


The Class War from Above


THURSDAY SEPT 29

Axe & Fiddle Zoe Boekbinder, Mal Blum, Scrambled Ape, Aeon Now—8; $3-$5

Black Forest Death by Steamship, Duckmandu, Red Bush—10; Punk

The Bridge DJ Crown—10; Hip hop, funk, soul, dancehall, n/c

 

Posthumous Pages, Amplified


 

Auditions and Acoustics
Eugene’s search for a classical conductor
By Brett Campbell

by Gustavo Arellano


Food Coma:
A Delacata Situation
Cooking up catfish all over Eugene

Theater:
Art Attack
Portland’s annual Time-Based Art festival 

Death Metal
Uranium mining may start in Oregon
By Camilla Mortensen


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

The Art Center “Who Let the Art Out?” Dog & animal theme paintings by Lisa Chase, Jane Barr, Donna Lee, Marnie Ernst Zoa & others. 255 Main, Brownsville


HIRSUTE PURSUIT


Viewpoint:
Scobert Park Revisited 
Hot topic on neighborhood meeting agenda

 

Letters to the Editor