Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 3 - 9, 2011

Vol. 11, No. 41
Brecht Vandenbroucke


Almost Within Reach

Another Agency Sides with Dismissed Cop Trying to Get Badge Back

Just Deserts

How to Lure Grocery Stores to Portland's Foodless Neighborhoods

Beautiful Burden

Will Plans for Washington High Fall Through... Again?

Hall Monitor

Waiting for Blumenauer?

The Hand Lets Go

Aid for Homeless Portlanders Running Dry

In Other News


Fate Accomplice

The Adjustment Bureau Is The Notebook with Better Haberdashery

High Plains Lizard

Rango Isn't for Kids—Or You Either

Girls to the Front

Highlights of This Year's POW Fest

Beastly, Indeed

A Cautionary Tale About Terrible Tween Movies

Cultural Mobilization

Carbon Nation Declares War on Climate Change.

Shadow Play

Vanishing on 7th Street: B-grade Actors Chewing the Scenery. In the Dark.

Death by Plastic

Bag It: Hey, Agitprop That Isn't Terrible!

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It


One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest

PCS Takes on Kesey, Again


Thousands of Characters, but Only Three Cars

The Creator of Hellboy on Building a World from Spare Parts and Fairy Tales

Small Press, Big Reading

Future Tense and Bookslut Present Jamie Iredell and Mike Young

Emerald City Comicon

(Hey, It's Closer than San Diego!)


To Hell with the Devil

A Secular Guide to Stryper

Makeshift Gears, Grinding Gracefully

Fury, Ghosts, and Kelli Schaefer

To Hell with God

Deicide Lampoon the Lord Above

French Invasion

Revolver Guns for America

Up & Coming

Highlights in music the week of March 3-9

Food and Drink

Dreadful Sorry, Clementine

Southern Hospitality and Low Prices Aren't Enough


The 25th Annual Northwest Creation Conference

A Mercury writer and artist take a field trip.

Things To Do