Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 15 - 21, 2009

Vol. 10, No. 21
Minh Tran


Scapegoating Saltzman

Is Police Commissioner Losing Community Support?

It's The Bridge, Stupid

Why You Should Care About the Metro President's Race

Don't FedEx Your Pot

Smoker Says Company Invaded Privacy

Back to the Future

Rose Quarter Revamp Looks to the Past for Ideas

Hall Monitor


Cash for Clunky Bridges

$19 Car Tax to Replace Ailing Sellwood Crossing

In Other News


Poaching in Reverse

The Globe-Straddling Music of BLK JKS

This Old House

Ah Holly Fam'ly's Chamber Folk

Zen and the Art of Guitar Feedback

A Quarter Century of Yo La Tengo

Up & Coming

Movies & TV

Monsters, Inc.

Evoking Childhood in Where the Wild Things Are

Habeas Corpses

Law Abiding Citizen: More Like Saw & Order

At World's End

Boldly Going Where No Soul Patch Has Gone Before


The Impotent Idealism of Earth Days

Quelle Surprise!

Another Sex and Death-Obsessed French Film!

Chop-Socky Chaos

A Kung Fu Fest to End All Kung Fu Fests

Geek Out

Indiana Jones, Minus the Shia

Film Shorts

This Week on Television

Food and Drink

Roll In

Mika Could Become Your Sushi Standby

Use Your Noodle

Andy Raskin Makes Some Suggestions

Food News

Bon Anniversaire...

Visual Art

Rendering the Invisible

Artist Joe Ryckebosch Captures Time-Based Patterns in His Work


Fables' Pied Piper

Bill Willingham's Peter and Max Adds to Fables' Greatness

Alicia Silverstone Made Me Do It

The Actress-Turned-Activist Scores One for the Good Guys with The Kind Diet

Theater & Performance

Step Right Up

Circus Artemis' All-Girl Extravaganza

Dear Diary

Embellishing Facts in Fiction


Get a Room

The Massive Independent Fashion and Arts Festival Content Makes its Debut under One Roof

Savage Love

Big, Big Love

New Column!

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Sold Out

Fashion Collective

I, Anonymous

I Saw You

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Sieg Heil, Jughead!