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A Stream-Ditch Runs Through It.
Eugene's Amazon Creek flows on, for better or for worse.

Citizens Fight for Freedom of Song

Healthy City For Women

Genesis Juice will Continue Flowing

Undercovered #38: Saddam's Capture

Mother Kali's Staying Afloat

Early Deadlines

Slant: Short opinion pieces and rumor-chasing notes.

Kumbaya Dammit:
One Less Dictator
A little spin on the big catch.

Reasonable Doubt:
The Sound of Silence
We'll miss the progressive voice of Senator Paul Simon.

Civic Tolerance
Downtown should welcome people, not restrictive laws.

Living Out:
Oral Sex
Under the influence of latex

sound off.

What's Happening:
Eugene Ballet Company's The Nutcracker, makes its 2003 appearance at the Hult Center Friday, Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Megan Slankard is at Café Paradiso this Saturday, Ramblin' Jack Elliot is at The Shedd this Friday, and "Cool Yule" Christmas concert at Cozmic Pizza benefits St. John Bosco House, an organization that provides a place to live for homeless women, Thursday.

The week's events at a glance.

Art events and exhibits in local galleries.

PLUS:Clubs Listings.

Rob Brezny's
Free Will Astrology

Too Much Coffee Man

Movie Reviews:

Legends of the Fall
Lionized and demonized

As Real As Can Be
High school shootings

Movie Clips:
Short reviews of all movies playing Eugene

Visual Arts:
DIVA's Grand Opening
African art, local artists

A little on the side can be nice.


FOR YOU: EW's Gift Guide 2003


Chow! Eugene Weekly's restaurant Guide

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