Print Edition for the week of
Jan. 10 - 16, 2008

Vol. 8, No. 33
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News

Hall Monitor

Sho Time

In Other News

Rent-a-Cops Talk Shop

Oversight Negotiations Get Serious

Get A Room!

When Hipster Immigrants Invade Portland, it Makes it Kinda Hard for Oregonians to Find a Room. Okay?

Marching Down the Aisle

Gay Rights Advocates Prepare for Domestic Partnership Hearing

Jacked Up

Hawthorne Stores Face Rising Rents

Old Town Dumping Ground

Leonard Pushes Second Homeless Center

Fritz Is First

Amanda Fritz Turns in 1,000 Contributions

Music

He Real Cool

Lupe Fiasco: Superstar?

Up & Coming

Once More with Feeling

Midian vs. Middian

End Hits: The NEW Mercury Music Blog

End Hits is here! Check it out!

Our Town Could be Your Life

My Most Anticipated Local Albums of 2008

Cold Front

Carcrashlander Goes it Alone (Sort Of)

Gang Violence

Street Crime with a Beat

The Golden Age

Gabriel Teodros Takes You Way Back

Movies & TV

Achtung, Baby

Beware! Uwe Boll Returns!

This Week on Television

Film Shorts

A New Level of Dumb

First Sunday: Praise Jesus and Pass the Ammunition!

I'm Staying Home

The Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

A Bloody Masterpiece

There Will Be Blood. And Misanthropy. And Greed. And Oil.

Exploring the Human Condition

(With the Help of a Few Sexy French Nurses)

Scare Tactics

A Haunted Orphanage? No way!

Old People Should Retire

Succinct Reviews for the Discerning Cinephile

Food and Drink

Do You Like Afghan?

Acquire a Taste at Kabobi

Happy Hours

Visual Art

Carrie Iverson

Catalyst

Jessica Jackson Hutchins

Hours and Ours

Books

Helping Me Help Myself

by Beth Lisick
(Morrow)

Smile When You're Lying

by Chuck Thompson

Theater & Performance

Shining City

ALISON HALLETT

Employee of the Week

Kari Coleman

Assistant to Gus Van Sant
Meno Film Company

I, Anonymous

Sold Out

Be in the Mercury Fashion Show!

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

Savage Love & Sex

Savage Love

Savagely Clueless

I Love Television

i♥television™

Shotgun Wedding