Print Edition for the week of
May. 14 - 20, 2009

Vol. 9, No. 50
Aaron Huey


Jet Propelled

The Case of the Private Jet and Missing Emails: A Rose Quarter Mystery

Sex by the Book

Bad News for Oregon's Abstinence-Only Educators

Triple Shot

Tenant/Landlord Battle over Floyd's Coffee Shop

Hall Monitor

Much Ado About Something

Go for the Gold (and Guns)

How Local Pawnshops Are a Microcosm of the Portland Economy

In Other News

Driving Miss Lazy

Governor's Transportation Package Focuses on Cars


Dead Letters

The Second Act That Is the Kills

Hooky, Heartfelt Frivolity

The Many Different Kinds of Lovers

Jesus' Son

Have Faith in Manchester Orchestra

Chinese Rock

And the Twilight of Midnight

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Old Time Relijun

Up & Coming

Movies & TV

The Vatican Gets it Right (For Once)

Angels & Demons Is Just as Good as the Pope Says

Bring Me Solo

Don't Know Who Ramin Bahrani Is Yet? You Will

Perpetual Loop

Jim Jarmusch's Take on '60s Crime Flicks

Creepy Losers in Love

Management: A Film in Which Jennifer Aniston Lets a Creepy Loser Touch Her Butt

A Survey of Anti-Pop

The Selective History of Scott Walker: 30 Century Man

Film Shorts

In which we hit it and quit it.

This Week on Television

Food and Drink

Star Crossed

The Observatory: Adrift in a Sea of "Meh."

Food News

Japan to Lebanon in 160 Words

Visual Art

String Theory

Sneak Down the Alleyway to Appendix


All Heart, No Soul

George Pelecanos' The Way Home Is Not Quite a Grand Slam

Self-Centered Sufficiency

Coop's Confusing Eco-Memoir

A Is for Alcoholism

Kicking Back with Tom Robbins and B Is for Beer

Theater & Performance

Playtime for Grownups

The Third Rail Gets Silly with Fabuloso.

Frozen Comforts

Gary Winter's Pointlessly Didactic Cooler.

I, Anonymous


Sold Out

Making Moves

One Day at a Time

New Column!

Savage Love

Open Season

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Where's My "Season Finale"?