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Death in the Desert
Humanitarian aid is never a crime
By Debra E. McGee


Saving Schools
Will Eugene throw kids a lifeline?
by Alan Pittman

With local schools floundering in deep budget cuts, will the city of Eugene throw kids a lifeline?



 

 

Poetry Slams and Book Awards

 

Classical Meets Jazz Meets Rock
Weeks offerings span from Hendrix to Strayhorn
by Brett Campbell

Music:
Two Bills Make One WOW of a Week
Marcy Playground, Jackie Greene hit town

Music:
Classical Meets Jazz Meets Rock
Weeks offerings span from Hendrix to Strayhorn



 


THURSDAY FEB 3

Amanitas DJ DVice¨8; Funk, Neo-soul, n/c

Axe & Fiddle Caroline Smith¨8; n/c

Club Snafu Sassy Mouff¨10; DJ, n/c

Cowfish øLime Night" w/DJ Heshe, Jon 7 & guests¨9:30; Crunk, house


 

Rocksteady for Real Rebel Rockers


 

Two Bills Make One WOW of a Week
Marcy Playground, Jackie Greene hit town
by andy valentine

By Gustavo Arellano


Theater:
A Cure for the Blues

The Drowsy Chaperone
eases modern angst with •20s glamour


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS

Maude Kerns Art Center "Fiber2,” work by fiber arts "High Fiber Diet” & "Loosely Bound,” reception 6pm Feb. 25; through March 25. 1910 E. 15th


Viewpoint:
On Wisconsin
A letter from labors front lines

Viewpoint:
Whats at Stake
Wisconsin showdown is over civil rights

On The Blogs:

 


SASS SUPORT

Recent articles concerning the sexual abuse of a young teenage girl by a former governor provides occasion for us to remind this community of the following:


On Wisconsin
A letter from labors front lines
Cameron Macdonald

Top Movies of 2010
Jason Blair & Molly Templeton roll credits on years best

 

JASONS TOP MOVIES OF 2010


Movies:
Top Movies of 2010

Jason Blair & Molly Templeton roll credits on years best