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Forget Swine Flu—this is why you should be scared.

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IMAGE: Hawk KrallNot since the Spanish influenza plague of 1918 have so many people been scared of a little sniffle. Since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cranked up the pandemic alert ...   More
Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Adrienne So, Heather Morse

Going Stag

Phil Elverum spends a week living in the White Stag building and emerges to tell the tale—on record.

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It’s 5 pm at the White Stag building, and Phil Elverum wants to show me his bedroom. “I think it’s just up this flight of stairs,” he says, the pit-a-pat of his flip-flops echo ...   More
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER


One day, three sports and 10,500 feet in elevation change.

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What the hell am I doing here? This morning I was on Mount Hood; this afternoon, underneath the Burnside Bridge. And now? I’m staring out at the Pacific Ocean, smelling of salt. And my knee is b ...   More
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 Shawn O'bryant

Battle Royale (With Cheese)

Dan Halsted challenges the Alamo Drafthouse. This means Trailer War.

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Like any good movie hero, Dan Halsted doesn’t mind being the underdog. The 33-year-old director of the Grindhouse Film Festival is Portland’s premier aficionado of disreputable drive-in fl ...   More
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 AARON MESH

Pod People (And Friends)

This weekend is WW’s Eat Mobile food cart festival. Here are 25 of our favorite carts.

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It goes without saying these days that Portland’s food carts are the best way to experience our city’s culinary delights for little cash (and only cash). The number of trailers, stands, tr ...   More
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Slow Ride

The Thermals: Portland’s sustainable punk rock band.

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When Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster traded in their acoustic pop duo for instant-gratification pop-punk seven years ago, they had no idea the Thermals would catch on. But then-guitarist Ben Barnett sli ...   More
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 CASEY JARMAN

Man vs. Wild

From foraging to fermentation, how to hone your natural instinct on a budget.

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You can take the man out of the wild, but you can’t take the wild out of the man. Or, better said: you shouldn’t. The sun is coming out, the rains are receding, and nature calls. Who cares ...   More
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Adrienne So

Texas Flood

The glory, the agony and the accidents of South By Southwest.

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South by Southwest isn’t really meant for music fans. It’s no secret that the Austin, Texas, “music, film and interactive” conference, now in its 23rd year, was designed for th ...   More
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 CASEY JARMAN

In The Mountains Of Madness

The NCAA Tournament comes to Portland, complete with a large red plush thing.

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It was two days of large people wearing purple dog hats to the Rose Garden, dancing mascots, giant flags, indignant coaches, buzzer-beaters, heartbreak and VitaminWater. It was the NCAA Tournament&mda ...   More
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 AARON MESH

The Moonlighters

While you’re worrying about keeping your job, these people are juggling two—or more.

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Just in case you haven’t noticed, every media source in the state—nay, the nation—is spreading mass hysteria about job loss and home foreclosures. In preparation for our own pink sli ...   More
Wednesday, March 18, 2009 Samantha Herman
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