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Jazz may be America's greatest gift to music, but since its late '50s heyday, the art form has too often become marginalized by the same process familiar to classical music fans: devolving into either endless recycling of the same old standards or an extreme avant-garde content to play shrieky, "out" sounds for a tiny in-group audience. Comment?
No, we're not talking about Ray Charles, the Allman Brothers, OutKast, R.E.M. or other musicians from the Southeastern US, but rather Zedashe , an ensemble from the former Soviet republic, which performs at the UO's Beall Hall April 19. Comment?
Vampires are not dead . Even with the final nail in the Twilight coffin, they still walk among us: True Blood 's sixth season premieres this June, Vampire Weekend's Modern Vampires in the City will be released in May, a remake of the 1992 cult classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer is in the works and an adaptation of the video game Castlevania is slated ... (more) Comment?
The Oregon Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case of Haugen v. Kitzhaber during its annual visit to the UO School of Law. Comment?
A play celebrating the life of Paul Robeson March 8 and 10 at the Lane Community College main campus will benefit the LCC Black Student Union scholarship fund. Comment?
A Safe Public Places Lobby Day in Salem is being planned for 9 am to noon Friday, March 8, with carpooling from Eugene at 7:20 am being organized at the offices of Beyond Toxics, 1192 Lawrence St.. Call Allison at 465-8860 or see beyondtoxics.org A "Carnaval Brasil" fundraiser for Students Helping Street Kids International is planned for 7 pm ... (more) Comment?
Dust is everywhere, cords are hanging from the ceiling and the space is buzzing with workers. Comment?
The Fun with Fermentation Festival is from 11 am to 4 pm Saturday, Jan. 12, at the WOW Hall, 291 W. 8th Ave. Comment?
Church Women United of Lane County will meet at 9 am Friday, Jan. 4, at Ebbert United Methodist Church, 532 C St. Comment?
Lief O'Neill, a 9-year-old Monroe boy who is severely autistic but also highly communicative, came within hours of dying in late November after being denied a heart transplant in Oregon due to his disability. 4 comments
Michael Hogan has stepped down after 39 years as a judge in federal courts, and the $100,000-plus privately funded retirement bash planned in his honor has been downsized at his request. Comment?
Whether a gifting list has five people on it or 25, Eugene Saturday Market's Holiday Market has enough variety in one place to be true one-stop shopping. Comment?