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    15 2014 October

    All the Rage: Speaking with America’s Most Furious Comedian

    Story by Gordon Friedman Rant comedian extraordinaire Lewis Black has a lot to say. And he’s yelling while doing it. He erratically gyrates across stages, teeth clenched, ears getting red. Fingers pointing in fury, Black...

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    05 2014 October

    Running Under the Influence

    Locals combine the best of both worlds: running and drinking. ...

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    05 2014 October

    Casting the Eternal

    Steve Reinmuth practices the dying craft of lost wax casting. ...

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    05 2014 October

    Home on the Road

    Traveling musicians find creature comforts away from stability....

  • Lemur Illustration
    05 2014 October

    March of the Lemurs

    Camille Kaynor tracks lemurs through the dwindling forests of Madagascar....

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    05 2014 October

    Chez Ray

    The 1960s live on in Ray Sewell’s cooking. ...

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    16 2014 September

    Photos: Wu Tang Clan at Bumbershoot

    Photos by Gordon Friedman  ...

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    18 2014 August

    Live Review: Against Me!

    Photos by Devin Ream Story by Aliyah Hall  Thursday night at the WOW Hall was a can’t miss for punk and rock enthusiasts when Against Me! took stage. Opening for the Against Me! was Venus DeMars,...

  • Sex trafficking statistics come with a “very big margin for error,” according to Detective Brendon McGuire of Portland’s Human Trafficking unit.
    25 2014 July

    In Plain Sight

    Three women with experience in the local sex industry provide a glimpse into a veiled culture....

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    25 2014 July

    Tapping the Conversation

    Gordon Friedman examines the debate between privacy and national security....

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    25 2014 July

    The Hip-Hop Police

    Portland’s introspective rap community and law enforcement officials experience a failure to communicate....

  • Brianne Siegel says that she likes her current job despite its non-traditional nature. “People need to be open to all ideas, especially as a film student. With film I think it is important to explore all areas and not be so preoccupied with one a particular craft” Siegel says.
    25 2014 July

    Long Way To L.A.

    Film companies offer experience to young, hungry cinematographers, whether they’re productions of Portlandia or pornography....

  • Al-Rawe gives a presentation in the Mills International Center at the University of Oregon about Islam in Iraq and Iraqi culture.
    25 2014 July

    The Mental Front

    Awab Al-Rawe escaped gunfire and terrorist threats with the hope of healing his country through higher education....

  • Gessen is the author of several books and has been featured in multiple publications such as The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, Slate, and more. She has received many awards and honors, the most recent being the Media for Liberty Award in 2013 for her Vanity Fair article, “The Wrath of Putin.”
    25 2014 July

    The Putin Era

    Story by  Jayati Ramakrishnan and Ben Stone Photo by Tiffany Han Illustration by Ben Stone In 2012, President Vladimir Putin was planning on strapping into a hang-glider and leading a group of cranes for part of...

  • The ladies of the cast perform “Mama Who Bore Me” at the beginning of the show.
    25 2014 July

    Spotlight Memories

    A passionate local cast and crew breathe new life into “Spring Awakening”, a challenging play about adolescence....

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