Just a girl of small proportions, livin’ in a lonely world.
Danish novelist and Portland State University instructor Peter Fogtdal has published 12 novels in his homeland, but The Tsar’s Dwarf (Hawthorne Books Literary Arts, 289 pages, $15.95), translat ...
We've collected a whole lot of great gifts, most of them from local retailers, in our two Gift Guides , but there were a few things we discovered on the Web that were just too good to pass up. Here they are.
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1 Rockabye RobotSo, what do you do if you’re a Portland father whose young children love going to bed at night with their pointy, plastic robot toys? Well, in typical PDX-DIY fashion, you design ...
Maybe there’s more to the mural overlooking the dining area at Report (1101 E Burnside St.) than simple hipster irony. The painting in question is a giant, Last Supper depiction of Jesus. But in ...
While we're certain you plan to swing by Willamette Week's super-swank election-night bash (Grand Central Bowl, 808 SE Morrison St., 236-2695. 6 pm Tuesday, Nov. 4. Free!) , we're big enough to admit that ...
There's something strangely hypnotic about this video of the children from Atlanta's Ron Clark Academy performing on CNN. It's almost like a lava lamp. They aren't really dancing in unison, and yet...they are. I can't quit watching it. Plus, it's got a positive message, and we love those, especially when they're delivered by cute kiddies.
So apparently last week was the Republicans' "Let's make awkward appearances on the Elite Media's comedy shows and try to smile as they rip on us" week. It was about as cringe inducing as it sounds.