Someone At The Wall Street Journal Has Been Reading The New York Times

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Overheard last night at a prohibition-themed Southeast Portland bar: "Ugh, like, I don't even know anyone who reads the Wall Street Journal."This is why: "Portland: The New Utopia."Rarely has the sentiment been stated so bluntly. This latest over-the-top travel piece ran in the WSJ's "concierge" column. "You don't have to be a microbrew-obsessed, flannel-clad cyclist to enjoy" Portland, the sub-headline ...   More
 
Monday, July 9, 2012 by Corey Pein

Paul Theroux to appear at PSU


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Here's a bonus event that didn't make it into the print edition of WW this week. This Saturday, Portland State University will host a speech by writer renowned travel writer Paul Theroux . Theroux first came to prominence for his 1975 tome, The Great Railway Bazaar . It's considered a landmark book of travel writing and helped to launch a mini-renaissance in the genre. In the book, Theroux documents ...   More
 
Friday, October 17, 2008 Matt Graham

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