Who: Ali Muhareb
Sounds like: An anthropomorphized kaleidoscope.
For fans of: Panda Bear, Log Across the Washer, Ducktails, laser-light shows, El Guincho.
Why you care: While you were sleeping, Ali
One-third of Oregon school districts fail to comply with state anti-bullying laws, including three Portland-area districts, according to a new report issued by the Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition. The organization's second annual State of Safe Schools Act report says that 70 Oregon school districts changed their anti-bullying policies in 2012 to better protect gay, lesbian, bi...
Us Department of Labor names Oregon restaurants that shorted their employees
Nearly four out of five Oregon restaurants got caught shorting their employees for overtime or failing to report it properly.The US Department of Labor investigated 110 restaurants under the the Fair Labor Standards Act and found 79 percent weren't following the law. Other violations include making employees ...
The family of a teenager is suing Mt. Hood Ski Bowl and a Clackamas County man, claiming the man drunkenly landed his snowboard on the boy, causing permanent damage.
The May 13 lawsuit, filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court, alleges that Jeffery Reichlein was drunk when he tried to jump off a small cliff on a beginners slope and hit Eric Stinson in the neck, back and head as Stinson was t...
Taxpayers may end up subsidizing Portland bars to stem the flood of fake IDs from China.
The Barrel Room was the first bar ever to let in Maddy Eivers. It was a Saturday night, it was summer, and she wasn’t yet 21.
The memory is sharp
for Eivers, not only because of the bouncer’s
About 300 people marked May Day yesterday in a march through downtown, calling for workers' rights and equality. The marchers—beginning and ending at O'Bryant Square—chanted “si se puede," a slogan used by the United Farm Workers, and, "FBI and CIA ain't nothin' but the KKK."
A former dancer and bartender at a Northeast Portland strip club is suing her ex-manager for sexual harassment and retaliation, alleging he repeatedly groped her while he was under the influence of alcohol and cocaine.
The April 15 lawsuit, filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court, alleges Patrick Benjamin Schwartzkopf, inappropriately touched the dancer, Jodi Noelle D...
A manager at a Portland car dealership is being sued for race-based harassment and retaliation for allegedly calling Latino customers and employees “lazy Mexicans,” “beaners,” “wetbacks,” and “taco-eaters.”
The March 29 suit, filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court, names Courtesy Ford and new car sales manager Michael Weber as defendants. In the suit, former sales represent...
Who deserves a pedestal more, Jason Lee or Mark Hatfield?
The Oregon Legislature wants to send the late Mark O. Hatfield back to Washington.
A bill with 36
sponsors would mount a full-size bronze of the debonair and determined
Republican statesman in t