Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 2 - 8, 2010

Vol. 11, No. 15
Yulia Gorodinski


Kicking Our Own Ass

Forced Tax Refunds Play Havoc with Oregon's Budget

Justice after Shooting?

Officer Who Killed Aaron Campbell Placed on Leave

Hall Monitor

A Table Not Only for Two

Pray for No Earthquake

With New Sellwood Bridge, Anything's Better

Many Miles to Go

Are Women and Minorities Missing the Bike Boom?


Thrash Metal Time Machine

Slayer Takes Heshers Back

Monkey Kings and Severed Heads

The Singular Genius of Alexis Gideon

Electricity and Lust

Pavement Are Forever

Up & Coming

Movies & TV

Sex, Lies, and Automatic Weaponry

The American: Jason Bourne for the Arthouse Crowd!

Dry Humping: No Joke

Going the Distance Gets the Romcom Grubby


Machete Is Angry. And Awesome.

Falling Star

Everything You Need to Know about Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child

I'm Staying Home

All Hail Danny Trejo!

Film Shorts

In Which We Hit It and Quit It

Food and Drink

Public Parking

Violetta Brings Flavor to Director Park

Visual Art

Nietzschian Inspiration

Midori Hirose Gets Nonrepresentational at Little Field


Brooklyn to Cuba

Reviews of Six New Graphic Novels

America's Other Skaters

New York City Skateboarding Photography Expresses What the West Coast Can't

Theater & Performance

Oh the Humanity

Another Will Eno Joint from Our Shoes Are Red/The Performance Lab

Comedian Q&A

Checking in with Todd Glass


State of Choice

Christian-Backed Pregnancy Centers Help Desperate Oregon Women, But Won't Discuss Abortion or Birth Control. Should Pro-Choicers Let 'Em Be?

I, Anonymous

Stop and Go


Sold Out

Bye Bye for Now

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

New Column!

Savage Love

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Hey, Oldie! You're OLD!