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Dec 22, 2010
The coauthor of _Not Quite Adults_, comes to the aid of twentysomething late-bloomers.
Dec 18, 2010
tune in: television
Today, a new arts and culture show called The Speakeasy premiered on OPB, and featured the following content. Culturephile recognizes some of these names, and can’t wait for the rebroadcast at...
Nov 19, 2010
Portland economist Joe Cortright presents his recent study, which demonstrates that the faulty traffic projections and tenuous financing plan underlying the current proposed bridge design could...
Nov 18, 2010
Portland Monthly Book Exerpt
In his new autobiography, _Cache: Creating Natural Economies_, Spencer Beebe offers a tell-all look at his successes, failures, and the larger, often rut-ridden forks in the road between.
Nov 3, 2010
phile under: books
Maybe more book release parties ought to feature strippers. At Bunk Bar last Tuesday, renowned former Magic Garden stripper, singer, and authoress Viva Las Vegas flanked herself with a bevvy of...
Oct 20, 2010
This year marked the 5th annual Text Ball, an integral part of the Wordstock festival. This year's theme, "Text Appeal," inspired a variety of alluring costumes—all home-made. _*Watch the slideshow*_
Oct 11, 2010
Phil Stanford, author of _The Peyton-Allan Files_, a true crime story about a brutal, mysterious Portland double homicide.
Sep 13, 2010
Gretchen Flesher Duggan’s "Grass at My Feet" is the winner of the 2010 Wordstock Short Fiction Competition.
May 18, 2010
Bright Lights: Discussions About the City
Mike Houck discussed his latest efforts to develop natural habitat in the city, from Ross Island to green roofs, along with the successes and controversies of his three decades of conservation work.
May 17, 2010
Multnomah County libraries loan us a peek into what's being checked-out these days.
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