They pop up seemingly overnight, multiplying faster than food carts on every street corner in the city.
a whisper of them transforms normally mild-mannered Portlanders into
Why the Apartment Buildings You Hate Are Good For the City.
They pop up seemingly overnight, multiplying faster than food carts on every street corner in the city.Just a whisper of them transforms normally mild-mannered Portlanders into fire-breathing Trotskyi
Don’t renters pay property tax (indirectly) through rent?
In your column on 911 services [“Dr. Know,” WW,
Dec. 14, 2011], you say renters don’t pay property taxes. I’m sure you
realize those taxes are passed on to renters in the form of rent. Tho
Portlanders pay a steep price in the nation’s toughest rental market.
The first place Lindsay Bozanich finally found to rent this year came with fingernail clippings in the bed.
probably belonged to the former resident of her $800 Murphy
Before the performers hit the stage or music filled the tiers of the Keller Auditorium, I knew I was in trouble. Rent, a Broadway classic, hit movie, and the biggest stage production to hit town this summer opened with a bang last night—just ask the 2,291 hardcore fans in attendance (The Keller seats 2,292). I was seated near the front, in Row G (or row gay, as the men next to me joked) and ...