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Cheap Eats 2007

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If you're in a hurry call 10 minutes ahead and this authentic Cantonese kitchen will have your lunch waiting for you sitting on a lotus leaf ($6.50). Not so rushed? Drop by midday on Saturdays for the fabulous mushroom soup ($8.50) or the creamiest tofu in town (also $8.50). Wonderful seafood of cou   More
Tuesday, June 26, 2007 Richard Meeker

Give!Guide Final Report

Thank you, readers!

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And the winners from our third annual holiday fundraiser for local nonprofits are...For most donations from WW readers age 35 and under: The Bus Project (First Place), Planned Parenthood of the Columb ...   More
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Richard Meeker

Publisher's Notebook

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To our readers:Each year, I mark the paper's birthday by writing to tell you how we're doing. I do this because, along with editor Mark Zusman, Willamette Week's other owner, I believe readers are the ...   More
Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Richard Meeker

Thank You, Readers!

A final report on WW's 2005 Give! Guide.

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I came to appreciate the broad reach of Willamette Week's Give! Guide one cold and windy Saturday last month.My daughter and I had been delivering wine, beer and coffee to a number of you who gave $25 ...   More
Wednesday, January 11, 2006 Richard Meeker

Publisher's Notebook

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To our readers:Each November, around the time of Willamette Week's anniversary, I report to you on the newspaper's performance. I do so because you are the most important stakeholders in our enterpris ...   More
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 Richard Meeker

Close Case

Legal thriller set apart by the winning personality of the prosecutor at its center.

Close Case By Alafair Burke (Henry Holt, 368 pages, $22)Setting a mystery in a city is a way of sending the place a love letter. Close Case is the third such billet-doux from Alafair Burke, a former M ...   More
Wednesday, August 3, 2005 Richard Meeker

Publisher's Notebook

Willamette Week's annual report to its readers

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TO OUR READERS: As you know, Willamette Week is a privately held company. Editor Mark Zusman and I are the paper's sole owners. At the same time, we view you as our most important stakeholders, s ...   More
Wednesday, November 6, 2002 Richard Meeker
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