What's a decent, law-abiding queer couple to do?
Looks like the failed referendum against Oregon's domestic partnership law is getting the equivalent of a "quick pass" by the 9th Circuit Court.
What does that mean for gay couples like me and my partner who al...
UPDATE, 11:30 am Friday: As first reported at Oregon Media Insiders, The O is saying "Never mind" on its buyout offer to part-time. Buzz is that publisher Fred Stickel's change of heart had something to do with the visit of this man.
UPDATE, 6 pm Black Thursday: No crocodile tears here—we've just confirmed other bad job news about a competitor. This time it comes from the Portland Tribune, which has laid off a news writer, a Web reporter and nearly the entire copy editing staff. We've also heard from at least one Trib insider that the paper will drop from twice a week (Tuesdays and Fridays) to once a week, on Thursdays.
It's been rumored to be in the works for a while now, but it has finally came to pass: the much-anticipated pairing of Portland's Pink Martini and one of the world's most popular interpreters of classic American pop music—and...
This is a story about soccer moms. Or, more specifically, sweet yet utterly obsessed moms and the lengths to which they go to chat with their favorite imaginary teen vampire. This is the world of Twil ...
The celebrated ’79 film Being There featured Peter Sellers as “Chance,” a quiet man who lives the life of a gardener, unfettered by the outside world until he becomes a prophet of so ...
When I asked U.S. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) last week if he was the most dangerous man in Washington, D.C., his response was classic frank talk: “Yeah, you could say that. I have nothing to lo ...