He may not be very big, but he's death from the ankles down when some stranger steps onto the property. He also has a severe herding instinct. When it gets dark out, it's time to move people into their bedrooms....
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August 30th, 2016
Hurd, who played point guard at Oregon State University from 2002-06, has spent the past three years as a college basketball analyst for the Pac-12 Network.
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And so he wants some sort of legacy: Tax The Rich. There's a unique idea. The proposal, sources tell WW, calls for imposing a 10 percent surcharge on corporations that pay their CEOs 100 to 250 times what they pay...
by Dirk VanderHart
Two Oregon universities had a bunch of solar panels installed. It didn't exactly go well: But the projects were plagued by early concerns. The first developer selected by the Oregon University System pulled out because of worries about the state's...
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Vladimir Putin's enemies appear to have an uncanny knack when it comes to unexpectedly dying, no matter where they are. In November 2012, a 44-year-old man died while out jogging near his Surrey home. The man was reported to have...
LIVINGSTON — Tens of thousands of dead fish have closed Montana's Yellowstone River and stirred new worries Monday about lasting impacts to the region's lucrative outdoors industry. Gov. Steve Bullock declared an "invasive species emergency" over an aquatic parasite blamed...
Last Friday, Facebook abruptly fired human editors that worked on their "trending news" section and replaced them with an algorithm, a move which didn't work out so well as the algorithm immediately began posting fake news. This morning, Trending promoted...
by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey Three cheers to YouTuber Zach for slapping together this mashup which depicts a world where The Avengers are in a Full House-style sitcom
I do think fundamentally - and when you look at the analytics of what we want to do - we're on the right course," Stotts said.
by Mercury Staff The Portland Mercury and Revoluti
by Dan Savage A question, sir, if I may. I'm a bi guy in my forties who enjoys swinging the other way more and more. I rarely do anal, and am always safe when I do, but my question involves oral. I absolutely love giving head, but how exactly do I do this and stay
by Dirk VanderHart ICYMI, more (predictable) drama over that proposed homeless shelter at Terminal 1. Now a business
August 29th, 2016
by Dirk VanderHart The City Club of Portland, a perennially weighty voice on pressing civic matters, has walled off a portion of its web site afte
We already know that Team Pantsuit used the Bleachbit software in an effort to wipe her server ("You mean, like, with a cloth?"). And since we know that the software was used, we can also infer that they weren't smart...
by Anonymous You are so fucking smart. Once a year a group of runners leave their vans near the Hawthorne Bridge, which contain a treasure trove of stuff all for the taking. Cash, credit cards, ipads, phones, camping gear, clothes, backpacks all in one place, while their own
by Jennifer Campbell Rudy Giuliani was on Fox & Friends this morning to discuss, among other things, Trump's moving-target immigration position. The panel also touches on Beyoncé's performance last night at the VMAs, a performance
by Ansel Herz "I have to stand up for people that are oppressed."
by Christopher Frizzelle Remember this Clinton campaign ad from four months ago? Did it have a religious vibe to you? Maybe not overtly, but a New York Times piece from yesterday
Streetcar and his pals Shorty and Danny voted to turn a warehouse at Portland's Terminal 1 into a temporary mass homeless shelter, hoping to bypass zoning restrictions and other technicalities. That didn't work out so well - not only is...
by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey via Wikipedia Get ready to bawl your goddamn eyes out: Gene W
Um, no...it's just that there's never enough money for Democratics to spend. Paul Warner is the Oregon Legislative Revenue Officer, and state revenue, as he notes below, is at an historical high - yet public employees are pushing for for...
by Ned Lannamann Fall TV season is right around the corner, and we've already seen signs that there may be a dearth of original ideas in this fresh
by Ian Karmel I got super stoned the other night trying to think of something to write about, and nothing came to me
by Anonymous yeah, you ride a bike and wear these super skin tight pants, and you don't wear any underwear as evidenced by the bulge and every shape therein being hugged by the thin cotton of your ladies exercise pants. I see you at least once a week in front of the starbucks
by Erik Henriksen "And who's this purple weirdo?"
by Dirk VanderHart Terminal 1 Dirk VanderHartAs a shelter at Terminal 1 plods forward, a hand
by Dan Savage Everyone's favorite "disgraced" ex-congressperson Anthony Weiner was caught swapping sexts again. The New York Post
by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! I'm sorry that you seem to be confused. He belongs to me. The boy is mine. LET'S GO TO PRESS. It's Back to School time for Portl
by Abe Asher Craig Mitchelldyer/Portland Timbers The Portland Timbers, be it through missed flights or missed chances or
Things to do for Aug 29-Sep 1 by Mercury Staff The weather may stay this way for a few more weeks (or months—thank you, global warming) but this week begins the shift in focus towards more fall-flavored festivities. That shift will be most explicitly m
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Danny DeVito directs and stars in this prescient political parable about a loud-mouthed, egotistical New Jersey concrete mogul who decides to make an independent run for Senato
August 28th, 2016
by Anonymous You could be at the best part of the movie. Reading the most interesting article. The most captivating part of the novel. In the middle of sending texts or emails. You could be making out with someone or more so, right about to climax. Instead of focus and concent
by Anonymous For years I've heard the whining about the price of housing going up and during that time, the city has just sat there making vague statements about, "Oh yeah, we really need to do something about this." or "What a shame, look at all these people being pushed out,
August 27th, 2016
by Anonymous To the four people who sat in my row at the revival screening tonight of Jason and the Argonauts (1963) laughing a little too hysterically at literally every shot of the film: what is funny? I guess if you've never seen a film from the 1960's you might no
by Anonymous Dear childless hipsters at robo taco,OH EM GEE. I am so sorry that my two year old was being a totally uncool toddler (what kind of assholes even HAVE kids) and screaming bloody murder in your airspace. Thank you for turning around (all 7 of you) and giving
by Suzette Smith French director Stéphane Brizé’s The Measure of a Man opens with Thierry (Vincent
A nomadic travel writer believes that love always has an expiration date, until a charismatic Spaniard challenges her to live—and love—in the moment.
August 26th, 2016
...is the receptionist, who seems to think nothing unusual is going on.
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by Dirk VanderHart It's been a quick month since Mayor Charlie Hales announc