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Ail Blazers

Crappy knees, a Spanish whine and the best son on Portland’s roster.

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The Portland Trail Blazers kicked off training camp this week after an offseason of general manager Kevin Pritchard being told to leave, Rudy Fernandez wanting to leave and Greg Oden on seemingly endl ...   More
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Patrick Guild

Fear and Floating in Southeast Portland

Once again, I find myself naked in a stranger's dark apartment. I haven't told anyone I'm here. No one expects to see me for at least a day. And in the interest of reviewing a Portland business, I'm about to voluntarily seal myself in a soundproof, homemade cask...   More
Thursday, September 16, 2010 by Patrick Guild

Bye, Bye Big Jade Buddha

The Jade Buddha for Universal Peace, which Buddhists say is the largest Buddha carved from gemstone-quality jade in the world, ended its Portland visit today.

So how big is the statue, you m...   More
Monday, September 13, 2010 by Patrick Guild

A Bare Fight

Hayden Island battles powerful developers over strip joint.

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The prospect of a strip club on Hayden Island in a building owned by Portland real-estate power couple Katherine Durant and Gordon Sondland has residents of the island up in arms. They have gathered m ...   More
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Patrick Guild

OPB's Wrong Number

Readers of the August issue of Oregon Public Broadcasting's OPB Primetime magazine may get a rude surprise if they call the member center with questions or comments regarding Primetime's new format.

A single-digit typo in the call center's (800) 241-812...   More
Monday, August 23, 2010 by Patrick Guild

Mayor, Police Chief Take to the Streets with Q Patrol

Mayor Sam Adams and Police Chief Mike Reese walked the beat Friday night with members of the Q Patrol, a newly formed citizen brigade hoping to curb attacks on the LGTBQ community in Old Town and entertainment districts in Portland.

The mayor and chief joined the ...   More
Sunday, August 15, 2010 by Patrick Guild

TriMet to Ask Voters for a $125 Million Bond in November

The TriMet Board of Directors unanimously approved placing a $125 million bond measure before TriMet district voters--from Forest Grove to Troutdale and Sauvie Island to Oregon City--this November. If passed, the measure would replace the current $125 million vote...   More
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 by Patrick Guild

John Callahan Remembered

Amid uproarious laughter and muffled tears, friends and relatives last night celebrated the life of late Portland icon John Callahan at Mission Theater near Callahan's longtim...   More
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 by Patrick Guild
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