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Downtown, Eugene

The downtown scene in Eugene is diverse and creative. The social culture, culinary choices, visual arts and performing arts combine to excite the senses in men, women, and children of all ages. 86 more words

Eugene Oregon Real Estate

Sunday: The Holy Gasp Releases NEW SINGLE "The Last Generation of Love"

Upbeat, charismatic and a little bit off-kilter; The Holy Gasp is decidedly unique and on their way to becoming a known staple of the Toronto music and art communities.   283 more words

Album Review

Tonight they will pay

“To hell with facts! We need stories!”
– Ken Kesey.

The great storyteller King Buzzo (Melvins/Fantômas).


Ned Vizzini: It's Kind of a Funny Story

Vizzini, Ned (2006), It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Hyperion/Miramax
ISBN 978-0-7868-5196-6

So as a matter of fact I tend to read quite a few novels written in the genre commonly referred to as “Young Adult” (YA), but I don’t think I’ve reviewed one yet (unless we count…

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Banned Books Week 2014!

Next week, September 21-27, is the annual Banned Books week, a celebration of the books and authors that have been repeatedly banned or censored throughout the US and the world. 139 more words

Not Wilde

Some idiot who can’t write

So they live vicariously thru
the works of their favorite
successful (once dead) authors
generalizing them until they are a… 254 more words


Sometimes a Great Notion (1971)

Paul Newman’s adaptation of Ken Kesey’s novel about an Oregon logging family is thick—visually and narratively—with trees in falltime (Sometimes a Great Notion… 119 more words