By voting that this is the "best" thing published by the Mercury, I don't mean to say that it is "good."
But can it tell how many TALL bikes have crossed the bridge?
I deserve those tickets because I spent at least 3-4 minutes thinking about the crossword puzzle, and probably 6 minutes searching Google Images for ideas for the Photoshop contest.
I plan to offer Alison a cameo role in the pilot of my new TV series, "CSI: Art Crime Unit."
A new name should be consistent with Portland's DIY ethos: The Crafty Wonderland Arena?
Nice job on this story, Sarah. I'd argue that the earlier Willamette Week article overlaps and is a good companion piece, but not the same story. (Not that it's a competition or anything). As someone who has lived in the SE Portland neighborhoods that would have been bulldozed, I shudder to think what our city would be like had these freeway plans materialized.
The O's question, "When was the last time you got a smile out of Stumptown barista?" reminded me of something: Was it a Portland Mercury "best of" list that once identified Stumptown baristas as "Most Fuckable" -- or am I imagining that? Please don't tell me it was a WW list.
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