Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 26 - Jul. 2, 2008

Vol. 9, No. 5 Dave Kinsey


Si, Se Puede (Eventually)

César Chávez Rename Effort Re-emerges

A Tale of Two Workers

The Controversial New Day Labor Center Opened. Here's What it Looks Like from the Workers' Perspective

In the Shadows

Reaching Out

Slipping Through the Cracks?

Unreported Sit-Lie Tickets: Data Error?

Una Historia de dos Jornaleros

Doors Open and Shut

Affordable Housing Waitlist Opens, Sort of

In Other News

Compelling Testimony

Suburban MAX Cop's Lips Are Sealed

Hall Monitor

Under the Carpet


Young Lions, Old Lions

The Constantines Get Older, and Better

Still Very Necessary

No One Does it Better Than Spinderella

Riffs, Politics, and Plot

The Jet Age Gets Conceptual

Come as You Are

Sluts and Squares for All


Once More With Feeling

Pure Country Gold

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Local News Roundup

Movies & TV

Cock and Bull

Hancock: Will Smith's Very Confused Superhero

Assassins Gone Wild

Wanted: Naked Pictures of James McAvoy

Robot Reboot

Why Wall-E Is Fucking Phenomenal

War Movie

War, Inc.: See? Iraq's Funny! Right?

Gunnin' for That #1 Spot

Hoop Dreams 2 (feat. Jay-Z, Freeway, N.W.A., and Lil Wayne)

Geek Out

Kubrick & Kojima

Finding Jesus

Bloodline: We Found Him! He's over Here, Guys!

Bunny Chow

A South African Road Trip

When Did You Last See Your Father?

A Series of Hallmark Moments with Fecal Vomiting

Film Shorts

This Week on Television

Food and Drink

Vegan with a Vengeance

America's Favorite Vegan Cookbook Writer Now Calls Portland Home

Green Buzz

Beer Fest Equals Ethical Drunkenness


More Than It Hurts You

by Darin Strauss

Apocalypse Nerd

by Peter Bagge
(Dark Horse)

Theater & Performance

New Believers

End of the Pavement Festival

Employee of the Week

Ameena Lacey

Sales and Marketing

Milwaukie, OR

I, Anonymous

Sold Out

Make a Straight Line to Parallel

One Day at a Time

New Column!

Savage Love

Spunk Tank

I Love Television


Ordinary People