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At the Harley Rally in the South Park Blocks on Sunday, five dollars would buy you 10 minutes in the bouncy fun castle, a temporary tattoo that said "girlpower," or about a quarter of a Harley-Dav ...   More
Wednesday, August 20, 2003 Jacob Fenton


Two. Four. Six. Eight. Here's where you can demonstrate.

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When George W. Bush came to Portland last August to raise cash for U.S. Sen. Gordon Smith, protesters greeted him with huge anti-war demonstrations (and got several canisters of pepper spray for t ...   More
Wednesday, August 20, 2003 Jacob Fenton

Fighting for War

An Oregon National Guardsman is charged with assaulting a pro-peace demonstrator.

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As anti-war protesters made their weekly march through downtown Portland last Friday, as they have done every Friday since late 2001, they were greeted by honks, peace signs--and a water balloon ...   More
Wednesday, August 13, 2003 Jacob Fenton

Lit with a Twist

Tin House magazine launches an impressive literary festival in a town that desperately needs one.

"Writing is just an awful thing to do," says Lee Montgomery, only half kidding. She's senior editor at Tin House magazine, a quarterly that takes its name from its Northwest Portland office's siding ( ...   More
Wednesday, July 9, 2003 Jacob Fenton


Portland Wiccans try to unhex nation's leaders.

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On Friday the 13th, roughly 100 witches, conjurors and assorted magical activists gathered on a grassy knoll outside the Western States Republican Leadership Conference in an effort to free the na ...   More
Wednesday, June 18, 2003 Jacob Fenton
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