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Weapons of Marine Destruction

The Battle over W.E.D.s on the Willamette comes to the state Marine Board next week.


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Residents of small Willamette River communities 20 miles south of Portland say they’ve identified weapons of marine destruction that have accelerated erosion, damaging both their properties and ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 27, 2008 Lillian Hogan

Mayor Potter Causes Car Accident on Division Street; Nobody Hurt




Portland Mayor Tom Potter was in a car accident this morning at 8:23 am on Southeast 8th and Division Street.

Potter and the driver of the other car were unuinjured.

Portland Police spokesman Sgt. Brian Schmautz says the mayor was responsible fo...   More
 
Monday, February 25, 2008 by Lillian Hogan

Max-imum Hassle

Just how many TriMet ticket machines are broken when TriMet is enforcing ticket use?


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As part of TriMet’s crackdown on crime since December (see “The Square Dance,” WW , Dec. 26, 2007), MAX fare inspectors have been applying a zero-tolerance policy against riders who ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 13, 2008 Lillian Hogan

Virtual Valentine Voodoo




It's not just that SWM with a too-good-to-be-true profile picture that online daters should poke with caution.

According to a press release sent in the days before Valentine's Day from the Better Business Bureau representing Oregon, Western Washington a...   More
 
Monday, February 11, 2008 by Lillian Hogan

Boobs With a Side of Soy

Portland claims world’s first vegan strip club.


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“Expect hairy, untamed, hippie radical bush,” my boyfriend joked when I told him I was covering the grand opening of the world’s first self-proclaimed vegan strip club in Portland. W ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 6, 2008 Lillian Hogan

WHERE THE PARTY AT? Map of Local Super Tuesday shindigs




If you didn't get enough group scream therapy during the Super Bowl, you're in luck. Tuesday's TODAY's Super Tuesday primaries will offer another round of TV powwows and yelling matches across the nation.

Here are parties and gatherings in...   More
 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 by Lillian Hogan

Super Bull

An ex-NFL player in Oregon is fighting to fix the league’s dirty little secret.


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The average NFL player plays until he’s 27. Then, with bum knees and dilapidated joints, what next? For a star quarterback playing in this Sunday’s Super Bowl like Tom Brady or Eli Mannin ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 Lillian Hogan

Beavers Unveil Re-Designed Uniforms and Logo




After much gnashing of teeth last year over potential new nicknames and new logos, the Portland Beavers unveiled their new uniforms and logo at a fashion show and press conference today.

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Tuesday, January 29, 2008 by Lillian Hogan

Trans-formational Politics

He, she…Who cares?


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Forget for a moment the landmark major presidential campaigns of a woman and a black man. The transgender community is also staking a claim this year in politics from Portland to Minnesota. Among the ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2008 Lillian Hogan

The Latest Western Oregon University Media Flap: School Staff Accused of Free Speech Violations




“I'm writing to you out of desperation” was the subject line of an e-mail sent recently to WWire from Western Oregon Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerry Blakney.
The budding journalist at Western Oregon University's newspaper is desperate because he s...   More
 
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 by Lillian Hogan
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