Gilgamesh is epic.
Roger Stone—the former political advisor to Richard Nixon and Donald Trump who has been called a “boastful black prince of Republican sleaze”—feared for his life in coming to speak at the Dorchester Conference in Salem last weekend.
Sen. Sara Gelser, along with interns and lobbyists, accused him of repeated inappropriate touching.
Stone’s standard speaking fee, according to Patrick Sheehan, the board member and former Oregon House Rep. who booked him, is $10,000.
A longtime political advisor to Donald Trump and a prominent Republican figurehead, Roger Stone is coming to Salem in March to speak at the Dorchester Conference.
Jefferson Smith takes over as new executive director of the Oregon Center for Public Policy.
Dr. Know travels to Salem for the eclipse. His verdict: It’s not heroin, but it’s not bad
Hunter’s Moon is the rare cider that’s worth a drive.
By the release of 2000’s legacy-solidifying “Kid A,” they’d forsaken the state of Oregon completely—until now.