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Drawn to Craziness

The artist who brought millionaire fugitive John McAfee to Portland admits he’s getting a bit wigged out himself.

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The trail of John McAfee has run from Belize to Guatemala to Miami in recent months as the software millionaire fled questioning in a murder case and was deported to the U.S. Along the way, Mc   More
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 MARY EMILY O'HARA

John McAfee, Part 4: "I hadn't had sushi in five years."


In this, part 4 of what is beginning to feel as much like an amusement park ride as it is an interview, John McAfee, the software pioneer who fled Belize after suspicions arose about his role in a neighbor's homicide, holds forth on the lack of wifi in strip clubs, his love of raw fi...   More
Monday, January 14, 2013 by MARY EMILY O'HARA

John McAfee, Part 3: "I Just Tell Them Things Which Make Them Go, 'He's a Madman.'"


(For Part 1 of this interview, about McAfee's move to Portland, click here. For Part 2, about money and sex, click here.)...   More
Sunday, January 13, 2013 by MARY EMILY O'HARA

John McAfee, Part 2: "The more ugly the woman, the better the sex."


(For Part 1 of this interview, on moving to Portland, click here. For Part 3, on dealing with the media, click    More
Saturday, January 12, 2013 by MARY EMILY O'HARA

Software Millionaire John McAfee Says He Is Now Calling Portland Home


(For Part 2 of this interview, in which McAfee talks about sex and money, click here. For Part 3, in which McAfee talks about dealing with the news media, click    More
Friday, January 11, 2013 by MARY EMILY O'HARA

Voices 2013: Fred Armisen

Why he loves living here, and why Portlandia plays it safe.

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When Fred Armisen became a Portland resident about a year ago, he chose a place to live not too different from the kind you’d expect for a New Yorker. Last spring, the actor and co-creator of th   More
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 MARY EMILY O'HARA

Unwelcome Mat

Housing discrimination based on sexual identity or orientation is against Oregon law. Who knew?

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When Mari Orr and her partner, Jennifer Vales, went looking for a new apartment last fall, Orr says, “We got a lot of odd looks.”  Vales is a transgender woman, and she still had a ma   More
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 MARY EMILY O'HARA

Blood Money

A Portland strip club hands out red-stained $2 bills, despite warnings from the feds to stop.

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The manager at the McDonald’s on Northwest Yeon Avenue glanced at the money in the customer’s hand, a $2 bill that looked as if its edges had been dipped in blood. He grew tense, shook his hea   More
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 MARY EMILY O'HARA
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