Arena Football Team Owners, Ranked In Order Of Arena Footballness

Headout 1. GENE SIMMONS (Los Angeles Kiss) Once asked NPR’s Terry Gross to “welcome me with open... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Top Portland Event Picks, March 25 - March 31

Headout Picks THURSDAY MARCH 26 BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY [MIDWEST GANGSTAS] Cleveland’s answer to Wu-Tang... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Oregon City: The New Portland?

Scoop THE PORTLAND POETRY SLAM CURSE: Kickstand, the basement comedy space at Velo Cult ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Dispensary Review: The Herbery

Willie Weed Here’s a good question for kush-induced pondering: What will 82nd Avenue’s... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by TED LANAHAN

10-Ring Circus

Portland playwrights take us to the circus at the Ten Minute Play Festival.

Theater Circus extravaganzas have long been theater’s eccentric, mustachioed... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by CURTIS COOK, ENID SPITZ

Findings Vol. 41, Issue 21

What we learned from reading this week’s paper.

Findings Scientists have difficult lives and should not have to listen... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff
 
 

Arena Football Team Owners, Ranked In Order Of Arena Footballness

Headout 1. GENE SIMMONS (Los Angeles Kiss) Once asked NPR’s Terry Gross to “welcome me with open legs,” and implied that people with depression should just kill themselves. Arena football is the painted ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Top Portland Event Picks, March 25 - March 31

Headout Picks THURSDAY MARCH 26 BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY [MIDWEST GANGSTAS] Cleveland’s answer to Wu-Tang Clan is touring through in advance of its final record, E. 1999 Legends—two discs that are being aucti ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Oregon City: The New Portland?

Scoop THE PORTLAND POETRY SLAM CURSE: Kickstand, the basement comedy space at Velo Cult bike shop and bar in Northeast Portland, has been shut down by the city, at least temporarily, after a visit by th ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Paige McKenzie, The Haunting of Sunshine Girl

Literally!

Books Paige McKenzie is an Internet juggernaut. The 20-year-old, who lives in rural Oregon about an hour outside Portland, is the face of a YouTube channel that boasts more than 120 million page vie ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by REBECCA JACOBSON

Dr. Know: If I disconnected my downspouts, why am I getting charged for stormwater?

Dr. Know In 2006, I took the $52 incentive to disconnect my downspouts. Nine years later, I’m still getting charged $29 for “stormwater.” Apparently I was supposed to fill out a special form in 2 ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Findings Vol. 41, Issue 21

What we learned from reading this week’s paper.

Findings Scientists have difficult lives and should not have to listen to others socialize in the vicinity of their West Hills mansions. There’s now a bank that will accept your weed money. A new Oregon ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

The Invisible Hand (Artists Repertory Theatre)

Stockholm syndrome at Artists Rep.

Theater Spending time with stock traders is usually about as enticing as a terrorist jail cell. But somehow director Allen Nause makes both captivating in Pulitzer Prize-winner Ayad Akhtar’s The Invis ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

10-Ring Circus

Portland playwrights take us to the circus at the Ten Minute Play Festival.

Theater Circus extravaganzas have long been theater’s eccentric, mustachioed cousin—glitterized spectacles for audiences packing peanuts over opera specs. Monkey With a Hat On puts performance back ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by CURTIS COOK, ENID SPITZ

Dispensary Review: The Herbery

Willie Weed Here’s a good question for kush-induced pondering: What will 82nd Avenue’s strip malls look like this time next year? My bet is they will be well on their way to becoming a lot like the on ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by TED LANAHAN

The Other Place (Portland Playhouse)

Playhouse plays mind games

Theater Portland Playhouse is a seemingly abandoned church with a labyrinthine interior. It’s therefore a perfect home for the company’s latest production, The Other Place, Sharr White’s 2011 pl ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by JAY HORTON

Street: Looks We Like

Street Snapshots from the week. Photos by Jennifer Plitzko.  ... More

Mar 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Cheap Life

Living cheap and well in Portland: $1 Beers, $1 bowling and the $20 one-hour massage.

Cover Story Remember when the Great Recession ended? Neither do we. While economists say the nation has been on the mend, and the Dow reached a new high this month, it sure doesn’t feel that way in Port ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Dean Marriott’s Sewer Palace

Sure, the city’s $11.5 million office building for sewage engineers is unnecessarily decadent. But it’s also quite tasteful.

Culture Features Mallard-hen couples rest on concrete beds in a pond off to the side of the patio. The sun, strong but not overbearing, gleams down on this abnormally idyllic March afternoon. I rest my arm on the ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by JOHN LOCANTHI

A Whale of a Tale

The true story of Ethelbert, the brave little orca who swam to Portland.

Headout Click on image below for larger version:SOURCES: “Portland’s Ethelbert,” Time magazine, Nov. 9, 1931, and “The short, tragic history of whaling inside Portland city limits,” The Pendleton Re ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Scoop: Cooler Than a Cooler.

Scoop WORDS AND GUITAR: She’s on your television and in your headphones, and come this fall, she’ll be on your bookshelf. Carrie Brownstein’s memoir will be published Oct. 27. Taking its title from a ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Street: Looks We Like

Street Snapshots from the week. Photos by Katie Dennis. ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by KATIE DENNIS

Cheap Life: A Full Breakfast Under $4…

Featured Stories $3.99 breakfast special at the Mock Crest Tavern “Give me a fucking screwdriver!” booms a convivial man in a Hawaiian shirt. It’s 9:30 a.m. on a weekday and the elderly, housecoat-and-sli ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Cheap Massages, Acupuncture and Haircuts…

Featured Stories The $20 one-hour massage They call it a foot massage. How can it possibly take an hour? Can someone really rub your feet for 60 minutes? The secret, of course, is that in the art of reflexology ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Gas, Laundry and Other Necessities...

Featured Stories The Bins When regular Goodwills are just too pricey, pay by the pound for clothing (and lots of other stuff) at the Goodwill outlet, better known as “The Bins” (1740 SE Ochoco St., Milwauki ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Boozing…

Featured Stories The cheapest beers in town… Sure, you’ve come to expect the $2 Pabst as your Portland birthright, even at restaurants with $15 corkage fees. But why stop there, when the beers get even cheape ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Workouts…

Featured Stories Crunch, Boom and Planet Fitness You can get a two-hour spiel on free weights, a contact testosterone high and five pounds of chemicalized protein dust any day, any time, at a range of chrome- ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

Cheap Life: Foodstuffs…

Featured Stories Healthy Bread Store At Dave’s Killer Bread’s nondescript little shop in a Milwaukie industrial park (5209 SE International Way, Milwaukie, 335-8077, daveskillerbread.com) you’ll find day-ol ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Free Pool...

Featured Stories Like swimming pools, pool tables should always be free. Here’s why: If you’re terrible, it’s no fun, and if you’re excellent, it’s too fast. Anyway, here are the free Portland tables, ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Cheap Life: Fun & Games...

Featured Stories Beer, dice and pizza at Guardian Games  345 SE Taylor St., 238-4000, ggportland.com. The concept of #value is a mantra of sorts for local Magic: The Gathering players, but the appreciation ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Cheap Life: Cheap Flicks...

Featured Stories People have been bitching about the price of movies since the days of penny matinees, but with multiplex prices hitting an all-time high—most major-chain matinees start at $8.50, and that’s ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by AP KRYZA

Action/Adventure’s Pilot Season: From Beyond

Theater for the screen-addicted masses, with cake and hate-fucking.

Theater Who says theater has to be highbrow? Can’t there be quality for the TV crowd? Action/Adventure Theatre’s second Pilot Season recaptures audiences numbed by endless zombie killing and incestu ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by PENELOPE BASS

Michael McDonald

Comedy and Variety The Michael McDonald headlining Helium Comedy Club is not a silver fox serenader from the Doobie Brothers. But he is silvering, and that’s rare in standup. While SNL retirees go silver on the ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

Ching Ching Wong (Northwest Dance Project)

For one dancer, NWDP is more than a company, it’s family.

Dance Ching Ching Wong, all 4 feet 11 inches of her, wriggles in her chair as she throws up jazz hands: “I want to dance forever. Like in retirement homes in my wheelchair, I’m going to be killi ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by KAITIE TODD

Dr. Know: Now that compostable containers aren’t being composted any more, what’s the plan for all those containers?

Dr. Know A few years ago, Portland switched from Styrofoam to biodegradable cups, flatware, etc. Now that compostable containers aren’t being composted any more, what’s the plan for all those conta ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Strain Review: White McWidow

Willie Weed The original White Widow is to Amsterdam what the cheesesteak is to Philly or the bacon-topped maple doughnut is to Portland. The Widow was a breakout hit on the city’s coffeehouse scene, winnin ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by MAJOR E. SKINNER

Findings Vol. 41, Issue 20

What we learned from reading this week’s paper.

Findings Oregon is set to honor a Republican with an annual holiday. At Wilson High School, the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams are “equal” but keep their separate schedules.  East Portland ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

Smith Henderson, Fourth of July Creek

More live in heartbreak.

Books Cheryl Strayed got the fancy movie premiere. Chuck Palahniuk gets the comic book. But probably the most significant book to come from a Portland writer in the past year is Smith Henderson’s Fo ... More

Mar 18, 2015 12:01 am by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Leprecan’t

Famous Irish people who are not leprechauns.

Headout Picture an Irishman. Who are you picturing? The Notre Dame mascot? The Lucky Charms leprechaun? The leprechaun from Leprechaun? But did you know that less than 10 percent of all Irish people self- ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by WW Staff

The Lost Season

Most Oregon ski resorts are reeling from terrible weather. Should we worry?

Snow Report Back in January, I was itching to get past the slow start of the Oregon ski season. On the first Sunday of the new year, I ended up driving out to Mount Hood Skibowl for a cheap night on the mou ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by MARTIN CIZMAR

Smokin’ to Survive

Washington Just Opened the Nation's First Government-Owned Marijuana Dispensary

Willie Weed This time last year, North Bonneville, Wash., couldn’t pay its bills. The tiny city of 1,010 people, which sits across the Columbia River from Cascade Locks, has never been especially well-o ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by MAJOR E. SKINNER

Scoop: Open Letter To Republican Senators: STFU.

Scoop CHOPSTICKS AROUND: Fervidly popular karaoke spot Chopsticks II will move, but it won’t die, says owner David Chow. As WW reported in November, the East Burnside Street bar’s lease will not be rene ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

The Invisible Hand

Politics play at Artists Rep.

Theater Apparently it’s easier to stage Driving Miss Daisy in Bangladesh than an off-Broadway political thriller in Portland. At least when the U.S. State Department gets involved. Local director Allen ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

The Six Gentlepersons of Verona

Puppy love.

Theater Bag & Baggage’s The Six Gentlepersons of Verona swaps cock for feminine wit in this musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s weakest play, The Two Gentlemen of Verona. B&B is known for unus ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by KATHRYN PEIFER

PNCA’s New Digs

Look closely for the schooner…

Visual Arts First Thursday’s must-see destination for March was the brand-flippin’-new campus of Pacific Northwest College of Art, which crowns the North Park Blocks at 511 NW Broadway. Although the b ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by RICHARD SPEER

Br’er Rose (Speculative Drama)

Southern charms with a Grimm twist.

Theater Local director Megan Skye Hale’s Br’er Rose is a formidable re-creation of the earliest versions of Sleeping Beauty. The story, a princess cursed to sleep for 100 years, remains intact. Hale ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by NATHAN CARSON

Mark Adams, Meet Me in Atlantis

Somewhere, beneath the sea…

Books Every clue to the final resting place of the lost city of Atlantis comes from a single, ancient source: the Greek philosopher Plato. And even he heard the story eighth-hand, passed down from a d ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by MATT BUCKINGHAM

Dr. Know: Why do the pigeons always crap on my head?

Dr. Know Do perching pigeons have motion detectors? Every time I walk under one, its bowels promptly explode on my bald spot or exquisitely manufactured hat. The west side of the Broadway Bridge is lik ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Street: Looks We Like

Street Snapshots from the week. Photos by Lucas Chemotti ... More

Mar 11, 2015 12:01 am by LUCAS CHEMOTTI

Timbers Fans, Mapped

Headout I attended my first Portland Timbers game in 2001 when the pre-Timbers Army “Cascade Rangers” were about 10 members strong. We gutted the Seattle Sounders, 2-0. Because I loved the team and ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by PARKER HALL

White Christmas

Going home for the holidays: Portland Center Stage’s Other Desert Cities packs plenty of baggage.

Theater If you miss the turnoff for Palm Springs, big green signs on Interstate 10 announce the approach of “other desert cities.” Director Timothy Bond and Portland Center Stage have a more precise ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

Dispensary Review: Cannababes

Willie Weed In a town where Walmart is more taboo than strip clubs, it was only a matter of time before the Bikini Barista business model affected the medicinal marijuana world. We’re seeing several spo ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by Mary Romano

The Box Marked Black

Checking in.

Dance In 2013, as an intern at WW, I wrote this about local actress, teacher and dancer Damaris Webb’s one-woman show The Box Marked Black: “In the absence of easy description, ‘delightful’ will ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by ENID SPITZ

Scoop: Lifetime Ban James Harden.

Scoop SANDYS OF TIME: Majestically ruined, purple-painted dive bar Sandy Hut—nicknamed the Handy Slut on its own T-shirts and underwear—is changing hands. Owner John Berning says Club 21 owners Marc ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Dr. Know: What's the low-down on LED streetlights?

Dr. Know Our street just got LED streetlights. I love the bright white light! Do they last longer than yellow sodium lights? How much power do they save? How long before we switch out all the old lights? ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Street: Looks We Like

Street Snapshots from the week. Photos by Anna Jaye Goellner. ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by ANNA JAYE GOELLNER

Durang Durang

Six one-acts through the undeniably strange.

Theater Post5 Theatre’s Durang Durang, a collection of six one-act plays by absurdist playwright Christopher Durang, touches on grave issues: domestic violence, parental abuse and mental health. But ... More

Mar 4, 2015 12:01 am by KAITIE TODD

Big Shot Ben

Meet Oregon’s biggest Spurs fan.

Headout Until the 2013 NBA Finals, I’d never seen anyone I know cry over sports. And then came Game 7 of the series between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat. After Tim Duncan uncharacteristi ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by MATTHEW SINGER

Strain Review: Wake And Bake (Green Chiefs)

Willie Weed Sunday brunch with endless mimosas and from-the-can hollandaise is basic. Local coffee laced with locally grown, trimmed and prepared weed is not. Caffeine and THC are a wonderful pair. But ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by Tyler Hurst

Scoop: I Like You, But You’re Crazy.

Scoop NOTHING UNDER THE KILT: Sherwood’s Two Kilts Brewing Company caused a stir earlier this month when it decided against expanding into a 11,000-square-foot facility in Hillsboro. Signs on the do ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Ruthless! The Musical

Theater A song-studded romp detailing one adorable girl’s murder of another for the lead role in a school play, Ruthless! The Musical explores the sinister glint behind every child star’s manufactured ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by JAY HORTON

The Night Alive (Third Rail)

Looking for laughs in all the dark places.

Theater “Sad and poor Irish people sitting in a room” is practically a theatrical genre unto itself these days. The Night Alive, a play by famed Irish playwright Conor McPherson, hardly reinvents it. ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by JAMES HELMSWORTH

Scott Timberg, Culture Crash

You’re Kanye or you’re no one.

Books Last November, Jack Conte of the California indie-pop duo Pomplamoose penned a blog post on the plight of the modern indie-rock band. “Being in an indie band,” Conte wrote, “is running a n ... More

Feb 25, 2015 07:20 pm by PETE COTTELL

Dr. Know: With our snowpack dangerously low, shouldn't the city be asking us to conserve water?

Dr. Know Our snowpack is dangerously low. Can you explain why the city isn’t asking us to conserve water? Would it not be wise to start conserving now, instead of waiting for a crisis? —Better Safe ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Street: Looks We Like

Street Snapshots from the week. Photos by Katie Dennis. ... More

Feb 25, 2015 12:01 am by KATIE DENNIS

Spring Fresh

A few favorite pieces from Portland designers’ spring lines.

Fashion Portland’s fashion is uniquely utilitarian. It’s a lifestyle thing: When you’re riding a bike in the rain, you can’t wear the precious high-heel shoes or spiffy designer suit. We don�� ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by LUCAS CHEMOTTI

What the Firk?

What you need to know about Firkin Fest.

Headout What the hell is a firkin? It’s a small cask—10 and three-quarters gallons of warm-conditioned goodness—the oldest still-in-use form of beer storage in the world. This is some serious Laura ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by PARKER HALL

Hold Me Closer, Tango Dancer

Clay Nelson built the longest-running tango festival in North America—in Portland.

Dance Clay Nelson knows all about the Portland tango. After all, he’s the main reason it exists. Each year, dancers and instructors come from all over the world to the ValenTango festival he found ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by KAITIE TODD

The God Game (Shaking the Tree)

No G-bombs for T-Dawg.

Theater The God Game premiered only hours after Gov. John Kitzhaber’s resignation announcement. Shaking the Tree Theatre could hardly have planned it, but it was an uncanny moment to examine the role ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by RIHANNA WEISS

Your Buddy’s House

Willie Weed Remember when you used to go an old house in a run-down neighborhood to buy weed? There was a couch, a lazy dog, a big TV and, quite possibly, a Jimi Hendrix poster. Well, that’s an bygone ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by MAJOR E. SKINNER

Dr. Know: Why is the Fields Park off-leash area in the Pearl so small?

Dr. Know WOOF, ARF, WOOF… (Hi, Doc! Who is the misdogynist who designed the Fields Park in the Pearl? Crikey, dogs are only allowed inside a small double-fenced pen worthy of Hannibal Lecter. Please ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Scoop: Rockin’ the Suburbs This Week.

Scoop TILT IT DOWN: The third location of Tilt burgers has been hit with an eviction notice before it even opened. A sign on the door of the new restaurant at the east end of the Burnside Bridge include ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Street: Seensters

Street The city’s best looks this week. Photos by Briana Cerezo. ... More

Feb 18, 2015 12:01 am by BRIANA CEREZO

Chronic Problem

Marijuana addicts from around the world will gather in Portland this weekend. Here is one man’s harrowing tale of pot addiction.

Culture Features My favorite description of being a marijuana addict is that it’s like getting your ass kicked by a Girl Scout. It really seems like it shouldn’t happen, that it can’t happen, and yet it ke ... More

Feb 10, 2015 01:45 pm by PAUL G.

Love Tester

Ranking Portland Valentine's Day events, from hot to not.

Headout Illustration by Annie SeoSir Mix-A-LotSongs about butts, sponsored by a weed store. Plus a band called Smoochknob. Is anything more romantic? Dante’s, 350 W Burnside St., 345-7892, 9 pm, $20, 21kknd. ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

Jeremy Rotsztain, Electric Fields

Now in 3-D!

Visual Arts With Microsoft’s new HoloLens upping the ante on virtual reality just as Google Glass sunsets, Portland artist Jeremy Rotsztain finds his exhibition, Electric Fields, at the crossroads of te ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by RICHARD SPEER

Mitchell S. Jackson, The Residue Years

Portland had a crack epidemic, too.

Books When picking a backdrop for tales of inner-city struggle, authors often end up in New York or Chicago. For his debut novel, The Residue Years (Bloomsbury, 352 pages, $17), which is set amid the mi ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by CURTIS COOK

Tribes

Out crowd.

Theater Everyone has a group that will accept them unconditionally—but it’s not always the people they know. Artists Repertory Theatre explores this notion with Nina Raine’s Tribes, a play that ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by KAITIE TODD

Dr. Know: Is the Kitzhaber-Hayes Scandal Oregon's Most Embarrassing?

Dr. Know Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber and first girlfriend Cylvia Hayes: embarrassing scandal, or most embarrassing scandal ever? —Appalled How the mighty have fallen—just last August, a U.S. Departmen ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by MARTY SMITH

Carmen at Portland Opera: Review

Portland Opera puts on a cathartic, passionate, bravura production of Carmen.

Performance Portland Opera’s impassioned take on Georges Bizet’s Carmen is the most electrifying production the company has staged since 2010’s sad-clown-fest, Pagliacci. Like that opera, Carmen centers ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by RICHARD SPEER

How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes (Sojourn Theatre)

Political dialogue way better than on Facebook.

Theater One thousand dollars isn’t going to end poverty, but it will do something. And what it does is up to you—you and, like, 100 other people. At Sojourn Theatre’s How to End Poverty in 90 Mi ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by JAMES HELMSWORTH

Strain Review: Willy’s Wonder

Willie Weed More formally known as William’s Wonder, this indica has long been a member of the hall of fame of strains. Willy’s Wonder is known for its heavy high and sweet, flavorful taste. But the bat ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by Mary Romano

Scoop: Swing Low Alabama.

Scoop BUDGET WEED: Washington state’s largest recreational weed seller, Vancouver’s New Vansterdam, is aiming to match street prices with a new 10-for-$10 program. “We understand the original intent ... More

Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff

The Potlander

Our annual weed issue.

Cover Story Welcome to the new normal. It took a while. Oregon’s journey to legal weed, which culminates in a big, smoky rally on the waterfront this July, started way back in 1973, when we decriminal ... More

Jan 28, 2015 12:01 am by WW Culture Staff
 

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