TOME RAIDER: Live at Wordstock, Day 2 >> Live Wire!, Comics and Politics Panel, H.W. Brands


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Each week, WW writer John Minervini brings you the latest in book reviews, author Q&A's and Portland literary gossip. Click here to join the Tome Raider mailing list. Remember Who Framed Roger Rabbit? The scene where Judge Doom is describing his vision to demolish Toontown and build a giant freeway? Here's a clip to refresh your memory: [youtube XOXDrAk4tpc] Well, imagine that Christopher ...   More
 
Sunday, November 9, 2008 JOHN MINERVINI

TOME RAIDER: a Must-See Guide to Wordstock


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Each week, WW writer John Minervini brings you the latest in book reviews, author Q&A's and Portland literary gossip. Click here to join the Tome Raider mailing list. When it comes to Wordstock (Nov. 6-9), bibliophiles are spoiled for choice. In fact, the geeky excitement of getting to meet all those novelists, poets, comic artists and other princes of paper is almost matched by the anxiety ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 JOHN MINERVINI

Oregon! Oregon! Is Sold Out, But Don't Worry.


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By now you've likely heard of Oregon! Oregon!, Thomas Lauderdale's touring revival of an obscure musical written to celebrate our state's last big birthday. Here's the listing we're running for the Portland performance next Saturday: Oregon! Oregon! In 1959, the Blitz-Weinhard brewing company commissioned comedian Stan Freberg to compose a musical comedy to celebrate Oregon's centennial. It's ...   More
 
Friday, August 28, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE

A Fine Evening at the Aladdin: Candidates Gone Wild


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Who knew Multnomah County commission candidate Tom Markgraf once unpacked John Kerry's underwear? Or that his fellow commissioner wannabe, Paul van Orden, once opened for Fugazi? You do, if you attended Candidates Gone Wild last night at the Aladdin Theater. It was the ninth incarnation of the unique political infotainment extravaganza put on by WW, Live Wire and the Bus Project. Once again, ...   More
 
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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