NEWS & FEATURES
Sara Donnelly looks at the devoted folks working to preserve Portland's history.
David Bernstein digs into the political contributions of the parent companies of several products you buy every day, and he discovers that more people are supporting the Republicans than are even aware of it.
Shay Stewart-Bouley goes out on a fuel's errand.
Mark Jurkowitz looks at the effect Mark Romanesko's media website has had on how we get our news.
Plus, this just in:
VISUAL ART SCENE 2-1=1
LOCAL FASHION Portland, meet Milo
QUEER SCENE Act like you care
THEATER SCENE Raising TENT Revival, on the Hill
CLUB SCENE So long, Sketchy Wednesday
THE RIGHT TO GROW A second chance for medical marijuana?
CASEY SHEEHAN One of 1873 regulars
MASTER OF YOUR DOMAIN The sponge is back
Politics and other mistakes
Letters to the Editor
Sam Pfeifle on Matt Shipman and The Dave Rowe Trio.
Matt Ashare rocks with System of a Down.
Richard C. Walls checks out the latest Ramones retrospective.
Ted Drozdowski checks out bluesman Paul Oscher.
And Tony Ware digs Maxïmo Park.
A Wilhelm Scream is worth the trip, according to Will Spitz. That is, the next time they come around, they will be worth the trip.
Also, short reviews of:
DIPLOMATS MORE THAN MUSIC
KOUFAX HARD TIMES ARE IN FASHION
MAGIC SLIM & THE TEARDROPS ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN
SHOOTER JENNINGS PUT THE O BACK IN COUNTRY
TURIN BRAKES JACKINABOX
Short reviews of:
THE BROTHERS GRIMM
Megan Grumbling goes backstage with Sir Topham Hatt.
Worth the trip:
Souvenir and Bus Stop
Ian Paige on "Assembly Required" at Ubu Stuido.
Worth the trip:
Ansel Adams at the MFA.
Clea Simon on The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell, John Crawford's Iraq memoir.
Chris Nelson is anxiously awaiting his pending addiction to HBO's Rome. Hey, he's paying for it.
Andy King goes off in search of the real Mediterranean in Freeport.
Best Music Poll 2005
The Best of 2004
Portland Band Guide