Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 18 - 24, 2008

Vol. 9, No. 17 Kendra Binney


Towing the Line

Cops Take Car, Leaving Older Disabled Woman Homeless

In Other News

Fun-sized news snacks.

Good Fences, Good Neighbors?

Social Club for Addicts May Get Fenced in to Appease Neighbors

Red Light

82nd Avenue Neighbors and City Scheme to Stop Prostitution


The Appeal of Neil

Diamond Is Forever

Spit it Then Quit It

The Last Mustached Waltz of Josh Martinez

Art Is Hard

The Blank Canvas Music of Talkdemonic

The New What's Next

The Reluctant Rise of Starfucker

The Whole Kittin Caboodle

Miss Kittin Is All About Miss Kittin

Once More with Feeling

Final Warning

Our Town Could Be Your Life

Local Music News


Movies & TV

An Open Letter to Ricky Gervais

(The Short Version: Ghost Town? Bad Idea.)

Film Shorts


This Week On Television

More Like MURDERcycle!

Hell Ride Brings Back the Biker Exploitation Flick

Like a Good Neighbor...

Samuel L. Jackson Will Kill You.

Let's Go on Gaycation!

The Portland Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Returns

Food and Drink

Three Men and a Distillery

Portland's Newest Micro-Distillery and Their Boozy Waterbed

Visual Art

Renegotiating Space


Describing America

State by State, Word by Word

Irvine Welsh Gets All Moral about Pedophilia

American History MCMLXXXIV

An Interview in Which Chuck Klosterman Talks about His First Novel. And Van Halen's "Panama."

I, Anonymous

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Sofada Rebooted

One Day at a Time

The Week in Review

New Column!

Savage Love

Balls Deep

I Love Television

I Love Television™

Kill Switch