She also writes for the Eugene Weekly and Dance Chronicle.
What does EW stand for?
EW stands for Eugene Weekly (Eugene, OR newspaper)
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- Endless Waltz (gaming)
- Engine Wear
- England and Wales
- Enlisted Woman/Women
- Entertainment Weekly
- Epidemiological Week (illness survey)
- Equivalent Weight
- Equivalent Width
- Eternal Wannabe
- Eternal Wrath (Everquest guild)
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In effect," according to an article by Alan Pittman in the Eugene Weekly, "BPA is buying power from Weyerhaeuser on the market for US$570 a megawatt and selling it back to them through EWEB for US$27 a megawatt.
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk Eugene Weekly Stage 10th Avenue and Olive Street Today 8:30 - Marv Ellis and the Platform 10:30 p.
The group recently was voted best acoustic band by Eugene Weekly readers.
Martha Ullman West, Oregon correspondent for Dance Magazine, covers dance for the Oregonian, the Eugene Weekly, and Sforzando, a Pacific Coast performing arts monthly.
Sponsors for the 2009 event include the Active 20 / 30 Club of Eugene, Cumulus, Emerald Valley Kitchen, Eugene Weekly, FOOD for Lane County, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, KLCC, KUGN, KVAL, KZEL, a Lane County Tourism grant, El Latino de Hoy, Lane Transit District, Northwest Community Credit Union, The Register- Guard, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Star 102.
Martha Ullman West is Oregon correspondent of Dance Magazine and writes about dance for the Oregonian and the Eugene Weekly.
which will be showing work by Scott Boyes - voted best local artist by Eugene Weekly readers - and by painter Claire Flint.