Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 27 - Sep. 2, 2009

Vol. 10, No. 14
Tim Biskup


Death Spiral

The National Death Panel Hysteria Has Oregon Roots

Feminists vs. PETA

"Sexist" Ads Draw Portland Protest

Trust Issues

Black Neighbors Wary of More "Economic Development"

Make Picnic Not War

Anti Sit-Lie Event Blooms on Facebook

Hall Monitor

Free Insulation!

In Other News


Bread, Circuses, and Os Mutantes

The Legendary Brazilian Group Rises from the Ashes

All Friends, No Foes

Ramona Falls Branches out from Menomena

Better Live than Dead

Enforcer Arrives Just in Time

No Bubble

Kurt Vile Finally Arrives

The Reverend

An Absolutely Incredible Conversation with Al Green

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Alan Singley

Up & Coming

Movies & TV

Please Shut Up, Baby Boomers

We Get It. Woodstock Happened.

Silent Compromise

Long-Held Secrets of WWII Revealed

An Inevitable Thriller

What Comes After Z?

I'm Going Out

Screw You, Summer! I Love You, Fall!

Film Shorts

This Week on Television

Food and Drink

A Fine Mess

Ruining Khakis at Kenny and Zuke's SandwichWorks

Sandwich Sanctuary

Simplicity and Quietude at Petisco


Oregon, in Verse

The Burnside Review Celebrates Oregon Poets

Not That Kind of Girl

Rock 'n' Roll, Hold the Sex and Drugs: Carlene Bauer's Not That Kind of Girl

Porn & Pong

Or, Why Lara Croft Has a Vagina

Theater & Performance

The Comedian's Comedian

Todd Glass Sees Potential in Portland

Fiddler Came First

In Defense of Fiddler on the Roof

I, Anonymous

Low Hanging Fruit

Sold Out


One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love

Blowing Sunshine


"I Resolved to Become a Stripper or Kill Myself"

An Excerpt from the New Book Magic Gardens (The Memoirs of Viva Las Vegas)

I Love Television

I Love Television™

My So-Called Hell