November 7th, 2007 5:33 pm | by Mike Thelin News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, CLEAN UP

Michael Hebb in New York Times

Read it here first. The New York Times waxes on Hebb the disgraced rebel and Seattle's sloppy seconds.

A WW contributor gets to tie on the toe-tag:
“A lot of people were really dazzled by him, because he's good-looking and he told people what they wanted to hear, which was that Portland can be a player on the national restaurant scene,” said Nancy Rommelmann, a Portland journalist who has written about the Ripe downfall. “In a sense, he made good on that promise, but he'll never work in this town again.”

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