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BRING Evolution
Pioneering institution makes a bold shift
by Ted Taylor

July marked the end of an era for BRING Recycling. The nonprof it turned 40 this year and has gone through a major shift away from — recycling. What? Away from recycling? 

Film Festival:
Watch a Movie, Change the World

GoodWorks Film Festival brings urgency and action to Eugene theaters

Movie Review:
The Debt
Pay Up

Secrets and lies in East Berlin



9/11 Blind
Ten years past the Twin Towers attack
by Tom Hayden


Art Attack
Portland’s annual Time-Based Art festival 
By Brett Campbell


Jaina Jams



Oly Moley! Those Girls Can Skate!

Green Grow The Ferns
New power-pop trio hits the stage

Music Shorts
Nick Jaina, Ronnie Montrose, Pretty Lights, The Slackers





The Astoria Thumping Thursday w/DJ Britz & Guests-9; n/c

The Beanery Acoustic Open Mic—7

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

Cozmic Pizza Science Pub—8; All ages, n/c

Pay Up
Secrets and lies in East Berlin
by Molly Templeton


by Gustavo Arellano

Sesame Streaking
Potty-mouthed puppets ponder life’s questions in Avenue Q

Seein’ Green
Shrek The Musical Rocks Portland

Deadly Streets
Would delayed bike projects have saved a life?
by Alan Pittman

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Karin Clarke Gallery David P. Miller: In Memoriam, 5:30-8pm Friday, Sept. 23. 760 Willamette


A New Health Hazard?
The coming fight over smart meters

On The Blogs:

Letters to the Editor



A New Health Hazard?
The coming fight over smart meters
By Michael E. Lee


Skin of the Earth
Native grasses in the garden
By Rachel Foster

Nothing Gold Can Stay
Is mining in Oregon worth the costs?  Part I of II
by Camilla Mortensen

Compared to other Western states like Idaho and California, “on the whole Oregon is not very well endowed,” when it comes to gold, UO geology professor Mark Reed says. He says even Washington has more gold than Oregon.