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

Vol. 9, No. 7
rikcat.com Rick Catlow

News

Hall Monitor

Crossing That Bridge

Without Notice

Park Rangers Destroy Homeless Man's Belongings

In Other News

Back in the Ring

Attorneys Argue over Domestic Partnership Referendum in Federal Appeals Court

In the Shadows

MAXtivism

Fare Warning

Cabbies Accuse Hotel Bellhops of Shady Scheme

Raise the Roofline

High-Density Condo Development Tests Height (and Neighbors') Limits

Music

Up & Coming

Once More with Feeling

The Old Believers

The Polite Decade

Ten Years of Hush Records

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Grouper

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Grouper

Rolling Thunder

The Shrines' Flaming Medicine

It Can't All Be Low

Sparhawk Kicks out the Jams

Film

Hellboy's Labyrinth

Guillermo del Toro Goes to Hell and Back

Eddie Murphy's Latest Movie Is Terrible

To the Surprise of Absolutely No One

I'm Staying Home

Batmanime

This Week on Television

Blowjob Parties: Pro or Con?

Crashing Director Jason Freeland's Garden Party

Not That Kind of MILF

Savage Grace Tries to Make Incest Sexy; Fails

Jules Verne, Meet Captain EO!

Hot Air

Twisted's a Little Deflated

Afternoon Delight

Iraqsploitation

Film Shorts

Food and Drink

Izakaya Attack!

Tanuki Beats the Crap out of Tapas

Happy Hours

Visual Art

Ed Ruscha's Pop Art

Is it Art? Or is it Craft?

How Portland's Museum of Contemporary Craft Made Itself Modern Again

Books

No Wave: Post-Punk Underground. New York. 1976-1980.

by Thurston Moore and Byron Coley

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle

by David Wroblewski

Dirty Words

Four Authors Share Their Filthiest Stories

This Land Is Their Land

by Barbara Ehrenreich

Booty Call Authors: Uncensored

Theater & Performance

Les Misérables

Savage Love

Exhibitionist A

One Day at a Time

ONE DAY AT A TIME

THE WEEK IN REVIEW

Sold Out

A Caveman Who Loves Shoes?

I, Anonymous

I Love Television

i♥television™

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