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Following Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake, many locals began to reach out to check the status of friends and family in Haiti, and offer assistance
Take a glimpse at your weekend options, as well as a few interesting offices
Did he pass up the same gig with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins to stay in college ball?
If you’re not at these events, then you’ve already let 2010 down. Resolve to
Champagne for my real readers, real pain for my sham readers? And that’s a Francis Bacon quote, bee-tee-dubya
Also, a UVA grad picks apart Avatar for Iraq war analogies, and another maybe cracks the GSM code
Or, what happens when a local, environmentally friendly artist sees similarities in his work and UO products
Joslyn, a Columbus, Ohio native, starts work with artistic and productions director Satch Huizenga on January 4
WVTF reports that CHS students will perform a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream as a 1920s-era radio play
Second Street Gallery solicits member artwork; Cheap Trick comes to the Jefferson Theater
I’m no good at lists, so I’m going to leave it to you. What were your 2009 highlights in local music, art, theater and more?
Do this! Do that! Doobie Brothers! Doogie Howser, M.D.! Do you feel like Feedback does? Here’s what to catch this weekend
Also, Switch magazine starts up a (Lupe) fiasco with its manifesto
GWAR’s bassist playing with Sarah White? A mash-up of the American Renaissance and "The Brady Bunch"? Yeah, sounds like Phish was stranger
Or, a handful of ways to celebrate Jay-Z’s 40th birthday. And Jeff Bridges’ 60th
The New York Times writes that Virginia Tech officials "told their own families more than an hour and a half before the rest of the campus was alerted"
Open casting call for the brothers’ remake of True Grit, for a pretty big role. Not for the dudes
Also, VQR tries on a new pair of jeans and Whitman, and two blogs go MIA
In which Feedback applauds the resourcefulness of tapers, painters and a certain professor-slash-World’s Fair blogger
It ain’t Prince, but Janet Matthews confirms that Alex Mejias, the University Symphony Orchestra and more will christen "The Haven" on Sunday
Also, The Paramount Theater announces its spring schedule, and we say goodbye to Groh with a tune
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Post-Thanksgiving concerns, addressed with a chaser of weekend entertainment options