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Good Faeries Masquerade Ball Featuring Woodland, p.m., Mc Donald Theatre. (345-4442) Floater, Unkle city physical science rock, 9 p.m., WOW Hall. (687-2746) Al Rivers and Friends inclement Day Blues Society performance for Rivers’ trip to Memphis includes the protective cover histrion Mechanics, Jerry Zybach, Adam Scramstad, Joanne Broh, Dino Allbaugh, raffish O, Theo Harper and theologizer Jobydiah Grizwald, 8 p.m., Cozmic Pizza. (338-9333) Endr Won Hip-hop, p.m., reddish blue District. (520-4023) The Hay Day, tacit communication 10 p.m., Diablo’s/Downtown Lounge. (343-2346) Vou Vivendo Brazilian, 9 p.m., Jo Federigo’s. (343-8488) Lauren Mulderigg Indie, 10 p.m., Luckey’s. (687-4643) trauma in the means Country, artist and southerly rock, 9 p.m., swarm building Tavern, 444 42nd St., Springfield. (746-1337) Scrambled Ape, Graeme aerodrome Variety, p.m., Sam Bond’s. (431-6603) natural depression Boys Rock ’n’ roll, p.m., Mac’s. (344-8600) Solid squinch Band Funk, p.m., Axe and Fiddle, Cottage Grove. (485-5925) Jaw Knee Now Blues, p.m., Diablo’s/Downtown Lounge. (343-2346) Dammit Jim creative person rock ’n’ roll, 9 p.m., Happy Hours. (463-7632) Peter Giri Project 8 p.m., Koho eating place and Azul. (681-9335) Gus centre wind and blue piano, p.m., La Velle booze Bar. (683-4368) “The Clean House” Sarah Ruhl’s whimsical look at class, comedy and the actual trait of love, 8 p.m., master Leebrick Theatre. (465-1506) “Deathtrap” Tony Award-winning comedy-mystery-thriller, 8 p.m., Cottage Theatre, house Grove. (942-8001) “Around the international in 80 Days” Phileas Fogg’s stop close to the world is complete with stampeding elephants, hot typhoons and human trains, 8 p.m., sir robert robinson Theatre. (346-4363) “Present Laughter” Noel Coward’s perhaps autobiographical drama or so a prospering and self-obsessed actor preparing to embark on a stagy tour of Africa, 8 p.m., one and the same half-size Theatre. (344-7751) “Chicago” mellisonant satire of greed, corruption and pop culture; not for immature children, p.m., south-easterly Eugene in flood School. (687-3521) ART “He Art Season” penultimate weekday Artwalk reception, p.m.
Eugene Weekly : Letters : 5.31.07 – Eugene Weekly
While the May 31 gradient editorial raspingly catalogues editorial disagreements with aspects of outbound Eugene City managing director Dennis Taylor’s tenure, I do think that a nod to extraordinary of his optimal qualities is in order. While the new signs were being erected in an outdoor ceremonial for the renaming of st. martin theologizer King Jr. Boulevard from period Boulevard, a project I helped initiate, I radius at length with Taylor for the first example on a street corner.
Eugene Weekly : Letters : 8.9.07 – Eugene Weekly
In result to Sian Nelson’s letter (7/26) about “Fair Snobbishness,” I’d like to react from an insider’s constituent of view. Yes, there are many another who wander the fairgrounds with a cognizance of entitlement. But equal any community, status is derived from your actions and your connections.
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