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God, Gays & Glasnost

The Oregon Citizens Alliance is back, and banking on Soviet émigrés for its revival.

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In front of about 30 people gathered recently in a Salem church sanctuary to celebrate the reunion of the Oregon Citizens Alliance, Scott Lively found cause for optimism about the rebirth of the anti- ...   More
Wednesday, February 7, 2007 Kyle Cassidy

Bang, Bang Darcelle's Charitable Hammer

The climax of Mardi Gras, otherwise known as Pancake Day or Fat Tuesday, marks the end of Carnival and the approach of Lent. This year it also marks the ground-breaking ceremony for the charitable organization Sisters Of The Road, which is opening ...   More
Friday, January 26, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy

Trams Across America

Get ready, tram haters: Some locals want more—lots more.

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In a seemingly sterile office building on Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard, tram fever has broken free of its South Waterfront petri dish and entered the fertile mind of ex-Boeing engineer Ben Missler.W ...   More
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 Kyle Cassidy

Outlook Good for Bad Weather Cycle

Obnoxious costumes, worse weather and delicious chicken noodle soup are in the forecast for this year's most unpredictable charity event.

On February 11th The Worst Day of the Year Ride, which hosted over 1500 fearless participants in 2006, will again give cyclers the opportunity...   More
Friday, January 19, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy

Oregon Public Methage

Those of you hoping to leave meth coverage in 2006 shouldn't get your hopes too high.

On Tuesday, January 23rd at 10 pm, Oregon Public Broadcasting will air an exploration of the State's progress in our war against meth. The program, called “Meth: The Oregon Front 2007&...   More
Thursday, January 18, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy


The verdict just came in on the Vancouver firefighter-paramedic who pronounced an unconscious man dead on December 3.

According to the city of Vancouver Fire Department, a team was dispatched to West Vancouver after receiving a report that a male had been found unconscious. The f...   More
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy

CRYPT OF THE GLACIERS 2007: Madness, Badass Go-Carts, Firemen and Snow...

The snow Tuesday fell thick enough to cover the tracks of people looking to escape work for the day and have some fun. Portlanders from all districts filled the coffee shops and streets, enjoying the day off. I decided to take a walk up Belmont to see how people were enjoying the day.
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy

DREAD CLAW OF THE ICE LORD 2007: Coffeeshops, Beer Aisles Besieged as Workers Abandon Posts in Droves!

Exhaust blackened the snow and drips of condensation fell from the windows of the Number 15 bus that lost control Tuesday morning and lodged itself diagonally across Southeast 25th Avenue, blocking the busy passage downtown from Belmont onto Morrison street.

Driver Eddie Mae stood alone beside her helpless giant and, like countless other bus drivers in the city, waited for help.   More
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 by Kyle Cassidy

Sitka Spruce

If a tree falls in the forest...save this "pre-obituary."

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When word comes that a public figure is ailing, newsrooms prepare an obituary for the impending death.But what to do if that figure could live another umpteen years before toppling over and none of us ...   More
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 Kyle Cassidy

Money For Something

One Portlander tries to re-energize a local currency movement.

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If Tim Sexton has his way, Portland businesses will soon be accepting a local currency as payment for goods and services.Sexton, the 34-year-old owner of a Web development company, wants to revitalize ...   More
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Kyle Cassidy
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