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12 Jesuses

Everywhere she turned, she found Jesus—a dozen Jesuses, in fact.

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Photos by Betsy RothsteinWhen I moved to Portland this summer, I began to see Jesus. I don’t mean in the spiritual sense, as in I found religion. I mean literally—I saw Jesus everywhere. I ...   More
Wednesday, December 23, 2009 Betsy Rothstein

War, Ink

Joe Sacco, the father of comics journalism, returns to Palestine.

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There’s a crowd of frenzied Palestinians running through a labyrinth of armed Israeli soldiers. The refugees’ arms are up in surrender; their faces are frozen in fear—some screaming ...   More
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 CASEY JARMAN

Cheap Week

There’s more to local happy hours than bargain beer.

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Although we live in a city where beer flows freely and happy hours are abundant, man (or woman) cannot live by cans of PBR alone. As holiday bills rack up, the icy wind howls and seasonal affective di ...   More
Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Heather Logue

Don’t Be Home For Christmas

Cooped up with your entire family? Distract them with a plethora of holiday happenings.

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Illustrations by Hawk KrallPerformanceNov. 20-Dec 20. Holidazed (Artists Repertory Theatre). Alder Stage, 1516 SW Alder St., 241-1278, artistsrep.org. 7:30 pm Tuesdays-Saturdays, 2 pm and 7:30 pm Sund ...   More
Wednesday, November 25, 2009 Kate Williams

Tough Crowd

Odds are, any one of these women could kick your ass.

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Tucked behind a grove of trees along Interstate 205, Fuller’s Farm is little more than a football field, a grandstand a few rows deep and a gravel parking lot. The setting would be a beautiful ...   More
Wednesday, November 11, 2009 JONATHAN CROWL

Hot Pursuit

WW’s finest patrolled the streets this Halloween. And then it got weird.

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On All Hallows’ Eve, the streets of Portland are overflowing with vermin. Three-year-old witches. Hannah Montana clones. Balloon boys. And, of course, slutty nurses—armies of slutty nurses ...   More
Wednesday, November 4, 2009 WW Culture Staff

Fear Factories

There are seven haunted houses in the Portland area, and we braved them all.

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SHOCK & MAW: FrightTown’s Jason Wright, dressed as a deranged clown, startles Katie Manwell and Lindsey Murphy. IMAGE: Darryl JamesVII Deadly Sins/Alice’s Dark Wonderland1434 NW 17th Ave., ...   More
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Over A Barrel

Portland’s conquered craft winemaking and craft beer. But can it master the hard stuff?

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The first thing Erik Martin does when I meet him is apologize for the pool of absinthe on the floor. Martin is a little harried, having just gotten off shift at his day job as a paralegal to put in so ...   More
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Hannah C. Feldman

Salt, Fire, Fat

Tressa Yellig’s community-supported kitchen teaches a new way to cook.

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Within five minutes of entering the Salt, Fire & Time kitchen, I witness owner Tressa Yellig dump 30 pounds of pork belly and pork shoulder and several cups of lard into a giant pot, pull several shee ...   More
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Kate Williams

Club Dead

WW’s embedded reporter bears witness to the battle of zombie freaks vs. militiamen.

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HEARTS OF DARKNESS: Embedded WW reporter AP Kryza takes aim; a small, flesh-craving creature gets ready to attack during NW Tactical Adventures’ Zombie Apocalypse. Photos by Matt Wong 7:45 p ...   More
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
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