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Mark Hatfield Is Moving Out of Oregon

Former U.S. Sen. Mark Hatfield is leaving his home state.

Hatfield, a Republican who served two terms as Oregon's Governor and 30 years representing the state in the U.S. Senate — and was indisputably the    More
Monday, October 27, 2008 by MARK ZUSMAN

UPDATED: Adams, Branam and Middaugh Now in the Lead

Democracy lives. Since writing the post below, the numbers have changed, as reflected in the new headline above.

Portlanders' ability to choose which candidates they want on stage during Candidates G...   More
Tuesday, March 18, 2008 by MARK ZUSMAN

Restaurant Guide 2007

Food Reviews & Stories
This sharply tailored place, with its black awnings and amber-colored walls, has the buzz of a Brooklyn Italian cafe and the menu to back it up. Michael Cronin’s Mingo has been a consistent purveyor of simple European fare for years, and a recent visit shows that the place isn’t coasting   More
Wednesday, October 17, 2007 MARK ZUSMAN

Extreme Makeover—Hebrew or National Socialist German Workers' Party?

Since our new design was released last week, we've been swamped with responses, both in emails sent to me and in comments posted on wweek.com. We've been thrilled at the positive feedback, and even the critical barbs have mostly been useful. But we were frankly unprepared for the number of commenters who said that, at first blush, our logo...   More
Monday, October 1, 2007 by MARK ZUSMAN

Extreme makeover: WW Edition

Welcome to our new look.

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In 1996, Nintendo 64 was released, Tupac Shakur was shot and killed, Noah’s Bagels opened its first outpost in Portland, Dolly the Sheep was cloned and the Fox Tower broke ground. It was also th ...   More
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 MARK ZUSMAN

Zupan's and Schools

Parents of kids in Portland Public Schools may want to postpone their purchases of pickled artichokes, fine Pinot and Harris Ranch beef and wait to shop at the newly remodeled Burnside Zupan's March 2-4. The grocery store is donating 5% of all sales those days to the Portland Schools Foundation....   More
Wednesday, February 14, 2007 by MARK ZUSMAN

When You Knew Jack

A personal recollection of Jack Anderson.

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The King is dead.On Saturday, at the age of 83, one of America's greatest investigative reporters passed away.Jack Anderson could be hyperbolic and self-righteous. In other words, he had the ideal tra ...   More
Wednesday, December 21, 2005 MARK ZUSMAN

Restaurant Guide 2005

Food Reviews & Stories
This Tuscan-influenced restaurant ranks among the most relaxing of any restaurant in Lake O—rustic tables, beautiful plank floors, soft sponge-painted walls and warm lighting. The package is complemented by a bar with the best selection of grappa this side of the Sellwood Bridge. The cuisine s   More
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 MARK ZUSMAN

The Missing Weeks

Diana Goldschmidt's former colleagues say she should have come clean sooner about her husband's role in the PGE sale.

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Last week, Attorney General Hardy Myers cleared Neil and Diana Goldschmidt of any criminal wrongdoing in their dealings with Texas Pacific Group. But at least two of Diana Goldschmidt's former colleag ...   More
Wednesday, January 26, 2005 MARK ZUSMAN

Trash the PGE Deal

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It's astonishing that this stinker has even gotten this far.It has had a bad smell from the day it was first proposed. And in the intervening 14 months, the aroma has only gotten fouler.Despite this, ...   More
Wednesday, January 19, 2005 MARK ZUSMAN
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