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Washington Square


Rogue of the Week
Here's a Rogue-ish tale to consider while shopping this holiday season at Washington Square.Our story begins with Lee Grann, a 65-year-old Kent, Wash., resident who drives often to the Washington Coun ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Leah Sottile

THANKSGIVING

For The Cooking Phobic


Food Reviews & Stories
Can't stand the heat? These restaurants can either help you stock your home dinner table or keep you outta the kitchen altogether. Remember, you're not the only one in town terrified of turkey basters ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 Leah Sottile

THANKSGIVING

For The Cooking Phobic


Food Reviews & Stories
Can't stand the heat? These restaurants can keep you outta the kitchen. Remember, you're not the only one in town terrified of turkey basters, so reserve a Thanksgiving table today!SWANKY SITDOWNSHigg ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2005 Leah Sottile

Richard Beer


Rogue of the Week
For Shannon Donaldson, her former job at the Hollywood Theatre wasn't about bringing home a paycheck. As manager from 2001 to 2003 at the Northeast Portland nonprofit theater, Donaldson reveled in the ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 Leah Sottile

Barry Lynn

Where the dividing lines lie for a national advocate of church-state separation.


Q & A
Barry Lynn, head of a national organization fighting to keep the separation between church and state, is no God-hater. In fact, the 57-year-old executive director of Americans United is an ordained mi ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 Leah Sottile

Dancing Lessons

Table dances vs. lap dances: What's the difference?


News Stories
Sure, Oregon's got fishing, mountains and beaches—but the Beaver State also has lots of strip clubs. Indeed, The Oregonian reported last month the state ranks second behind West Virginia in fles ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 26, 2005 Leah Sottile

Marie Wachlin

Portland prof instructs public-school teachers how to teach the Bible in class.


Q & A
For Marie Wachlin, it's clear that knowing the Bible gives public-school students an edge in class.Wachlin, a 63-year-old adjunct professor at Concordia University's College of Education, bases her be ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Leah Sottile

Death And Taxes


News Stories
Chances are, you'll never be affected by the estate tax that some in Congress are laboring to repeal.Unless you've got a wealthy aunt about to croak or have tucked away a Xanadu to leave to your heirs ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2005 Leah Sottile

Treading Water

Katrina blows New Orleans college student back to her Portland home.


News Stories
After recounting her battle with Hurricane Katrina for the umpteenth time, 21-year-old Celeste Calvin catches her breath and sighs."It's just good to be back in Portland."The 2002 graduate from Benson ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2005 Leah Sottile
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