After 29 years, Jack Ohman has drawn his last editorial cartoon for The Oregonian.
Ohman—winner of virtually every major award for political cartooning
and a Pulitzer Prize finalist this year—
City Commissioner Amanda Fritz is a slight favorite to be re-elected Nov. 6 over her challenger, Rep. Mary Nolan (D-Portland), according to new polls.A poll released Tuesday by Fox 12 and Oregon Public Broadcasting shows respondents favored Fritz over ...
Letters to the Editor
On behalf of Portland, let me just say, “You blew it!” [“Risky Business,” WW,
Oct. 17, 2012.] What a steaming pile of crapola. First, I am struck by
the absolute laziness of this endorseme
campaign spending limits are often little more than a publicity stunt
for candidates, but they can turn out to be a headache. City
Commissioner Amanda Fritz raised her contribution
2005 SE 11th Ave., 741-9693, 2ndstorypdx.com.
[WORTH A CLIMB] Erin McBride does wonderful things with
beets. And kale. And sometimes peaches. The Ohio-born farm girl made
North Killingsworth Enat Kitchen300 N Killingsworth St., 285-4867.[ETHIOPIAN KING] Ethiopian restaurants often seem interchangeable—same dishes, similar décor, same distinct serving style
The Country Cat
7937 SE Stark St., 408-1414, thecountrycat.net.
[ALL-DAY MEAT COMA] The Country Cat bills itself as a “dinner house,” but that’s just co-owner and head chef Adam Sappington being modest.