Occupy Portland’s impact is unclear, but it includes rodents.
Occupy Portland protester Cameron Whitten is camped out in front of City Hall, where’s he’s been on a hunger strike for 40 days.
As many as three
dozen people have joined him, living and sleep
“Pete” made thousands selling fake IDs.
Using a laminator, basic Photoshop skills and a roll of double-sided
tape, he charged University of Portland students up to $100 for cards
that cost $
Can Arlington Heights ban skateboarding down the Zoobomb run?
Robin McGuirk is taking what he fears may be his last ride down Southwest Fairview Boulevard.
It’s 1 pm on June 26
and the 35-year-old owner of Eastside Longboards is cruising down the
Synthetic marijuana is more illegal than the real stuff—and easier to buy.
A decade ago, synthetic marijuana hit shelves at skate and
head shops with two big advantages over real grass: It was legal and it
wouldn’t show up in drug tests. A decade later, fake pot could
People with badges are used to getting their way—even if
the badge was issued by Blart Security. Teenagers aren’t always crazy
about people telling them what to do. So when the guy in the unif
Drone aircraft used for recon in Afghanistan are now in Portland.
Military surveillance drones of the kind used to spy on
Taliban targets for U.S. forces in Afghanistan are now based in
Portland, but U.S. government officials are unclear how or when they
Seattle’s experience shows the CRC’s projections are flimsier than ever.
It’s human nature: Start charging people for something they’ve been getting for free, and many won’t want it anymore.
Take, for example, a
new toll for a bridge. In the Seattle area, one out