Home · Articles · News · Q & A

Jerome Lentini

"Botox Doc" says in pre-prison interview that if he's wrong, so are a lot of other doctors.

Q & A
On the eve of his 18-month imprisonment after pleading guilty in connection with his use of a non-FDA-approved botulism toxin treatment on patients wanting to look younger, Dr. Jerome Lentini says he ...   More
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 Isaac Kaplan-woolner

Djimet Dogo

An African man who stood up to his own government now helps African refugees in Portland.

Q & A
Djimet Dogo arrived in Portland more than seven years ago from Chad, where the government threatened him for publishing a critical report about the Central African nation's practice of killing alleged ...   More
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 BETH SLOVIC

Ramona Kenady

WW finds one Oregonian who loves the Legislature.

Q & A
When the Oregon Legislature opened its 2007 session on Monday, nobody was more excited than Ramona Kenady, chief clerk of the House of Representatives.You won't often see Kenady's name in the paper. B ...   More
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 NIGEL JAQUISS

Nancy Hamilton

Mayor's departing chief of staff on whether she's "passionate" or a "pushy bitch."

Q & A
A burst of orange flowers sits on Nancy Hamilton's desk in the elegant City Hall office she announced last week she's leaving. It's the day after Hamilton, 46, publicly stated that she would be steppi ...   More
Wednesday, December 20, 2006 BETH SLOVIC

Wade Mccollum

What a standout Portland actor really thinks about local theater.

Q & A
The cheerful Portland Center Stage volunteer summed up actor Wade McCollum's status as Portland theater royalty when she picked up the phone to page him: "You must be here to write another rave about ...   More
Wednesday, December 13, 2006 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Richard Lamm

The former governor of Colorado comes to Portland with a message: Your Medicare-loving grandma may be a welfare queen.

Q & A
Former Colorado governor Richard Lamm is a pro-assisted suicide, anti-illegal immigration Democrat whose political career in his home state and on the national stage is marked by attention-getting ini ...   More
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 BETH SLOVIC

Karen Leppmann

A longtime toy-store owner wonders if downtown construction will dampen holiday cheer.

Q & A
Karen Leppmann likes to play with toys. For a living.As the 54-year-old owner of Finnegan's Toys and Gifts, Leppmann has provided a staple of downtown Portland shopping since 1977.But Leppmann is worr ...   More
Wednesday, November 29, 2006 Alice Joy

Randy Bluffstone

A Thanskgiving check-in with a Portlander far from home.

Q & A
Randy Bluffstone is 8,505 miles away from home this Thanksgiving.The 46-year-old Portland State University economics professor is spending the current academic year working in Ethiopia at the Ethiopia ...   More
Wednesday, November 22, 2006 Julie Sabatier

Brian Ferriso

New Portland Art Museum executive director says what he really thinks about football fans and art snobs.

Q & A
Brian Ferriso comes to his new job as executive director at the Portland Art Museum from a similar post in Oklahoma, where he remembers battling stiff competition for the entertainment dollar.That com ...   More
Wednesday, November 8, 2006 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Frank Rich

How a major New York Times columnist links Bush, politics and theater.

Q & A
New York Times columnist Frank Rich knows theater. He was the paper's chief theater critic before going to the op-ed page in 1999.Rich, whose theatrical reviews earned him the title "The Butcher of Br ...   More
Wednesday, November 1, 2006 Brittany Schaeffer
Top Articles
No articles in this section

Web Design for magazines