If it rains, will I get my money back?-The event is rain or shine. We will not offer refunds.Can I bring my pet?-We love pets, but they will not be admitted into Eat Mobile.Does my ticket cover the co
WW Editor Mark Zusman interviews the Times' deputy editor at TechfestNW
At TechfestNW, WW editor Mark Zusman interviewed the New York Times deputy editor for interactive news, Tyson Evans, part of the team behind that super-impressive (and Pulitzer-winning) "Snow Fall" piece about a Cascade mountain avalanche that garnered 3 million views during Christmas week last year. The two talked about the future of interactive news, hacking, the death penalty, why the ...
Willamette Week's Guide to Portland is on the streets.
Finder is Willamette Week's annual guide to Portland: the neighborhoods, restaurants, shops, galleries, nightlife, brands, businesses, music, artists, makers, publications and ideas that make this city what it is. It's about 130 pages long, full color and printed up as one big, beautiful magazine. And the 2013 edition is filtering onto the streets and into the shops of Portland over ...
Willamette Week's annual guide to nonprofit giving
As another year comes to a close, we'd like to invite you to visit the website of Willamette Week's Give!Guide 2012 to read about, and donate to, the deserving local nonprofits featured there.Founded in 2004, WW’s Give!Guide has one overarching mission: To instill the annual-giving habit in Portlanders under the age of 36. Its equally important goal is to raise as much money as possible ...
The greatest test facing WW
today comes not from the challenge of surviving in a digital world or
from the effects of a lingering recession—though neither can be
Our real tes
I'm not great at planning. Forgetting birthdays and missing meetings is kind of "my thing." But when it comes to Willamette Week's own MFNW, I like to plan my weekend down to the hour. (Then I get drunk and miss half the shows on my schedule—but that's not the point.) Anyway, if you're anything like me, this handy-dandy online MFNW schedule is going to blow your socks off. It comes complete ...
Carlton Smith, who worked as a reporter for Willamette Week and went on to become a best-selling author of true-crime books, died last week in Reno, Nev. He was 64.Originally a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Smith came to WW in the early 1980s and brought a wonderful narrative style and fierce reportorial instincts to his work, writing about cops, crime and business. He continued to report ...
Brent Walth, an award-winning investigative reporter for The Oregonian, has been hired to be managing news editor for WW. He replaces Hank Stern, who leaves the paper next week. "Brent is an extraordinary journalist; I've dreamt about getting him back in the WW family for some time," said Editor Mark Zusman. "The entire team here is looking forward to working with him." Zusman ...