Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 22 - 28, 2009

Vol. 10, No. 22
Michael Demeo


Steady as He Goes

Lew Frederick for North Portland State Legislator

Can You Hear Us Now?

Teabaggers Cry Out for Media Attention, on TV

Decaying Community

School District Sits on Crusty Washington High

Hall Monitor

The Dream Act

Stop Moving Here

Portland: Twice as Many New People as Jobs by 2050

In Other News


You Who Is for the Children

Great Music and Giant Barn Owls, Together at Last

Family Affair

Le Loup's Celebratory Sophomore Album

Once Is Never Enough

The Jesus Lizard, for Old Times' Sake

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Neal Morgan

Up & Coming

Movies & TV

Singularity of Style

Coco Before Chanel's Rebel Feminist

Unweaving the Weave

Chris Rock and the Secrets of Good Hair

Dracula Lite

Vampire's Assistant: Bloodsuckers Used to Be Cool

Astrology 101

Astro Boy: Asimov for the K-6 Set

Mother Trucker

Indie Film Meets Mainstream Morals in Trucker

The End of Kerouac's Road

One Fast Move Has No False Moves


The Baker: Your Grandma Will Love It!

Geek Out


Film Shorts

This Week on Television

Food and Drink

Dive In

The Seafood Dream of Ocean City

Visual Art

It's Electric

China Design Now Wakes up the Sleeping Dragon


Paranoid New World

Jonathan Lethem's Chronic City Is a Pot-Inspired Epic

Held Back

Gringa Spends Too Much Time in High School

Theater & Performance

Tilting at Existentialism

Imago's No Exit Is Saved by its Staging

Brotherly Love

Atheism vs. Judaism in Teeth of the Sons

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Humpy the Unfriendly Ghost

I, Anonymous


Sold Out

Content '09

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love

Taking the Plunge


Embarrassment of Riches

The 2009-10 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview