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Cover Story:
ROBIN HOOD.
Will Kulongoski wrangle meaningful tax reform to help Oregon's budget crisis?

Seasoned Enviro Joins Commission Hopefuls

Hempfest Folk Dance with Cops

Dueling Dollars Leave Forest Fate Floating

Women Forest Defenders Occupy Straw Devil Sale

Insider Baseball:
Grinding Out Policy
Sometimes it's better to close the doors.

Out of Commission:
Going Coastal
Controversies rage in Oregon's coastal communities.

Living Out:
Happy Sodomy!
Check off another item on the homo to-do list.

Natural Resistance:
Moral Bankruptcy
Economic priorities take their toll.

Letters:
EW
readers
sound off.



What's Happening:
Crosby, Stills & Nash play the Cuthbert this Monday and a whole lot more.

Calendar:
The week's events at a glance.

Galleries:
Art events and exhibits in local galleries.

Music:
Refreshing Pop
WOW, Luna host lively ensembles.

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's
Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man




Film Reviews:

Rasing Victor Vargas:
Summer smiles, learning to trust.

PLUS:Movie Listings.

Morsels:
New Girl in Town
Burritos, beignets and the latest local food news.

Outdoors:
The Upper Half
The McKenzie River's disappearing act is a sight not to be missed.

Get Out! Ew's Outdoors guide

Chow! Eugene Weekly's restaurant Guide

Best of Eugene


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