Ethos Summer 2011
The Cascades Raptor Center offers visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of nature’s most adept predators.
Sasquatch is a mainstay of Northwestern lore, but hunter Thom Powell brings a lesser-known, paranormal perspective to the quest for evidence of the controversial phenomenon.
United by language and lore, the Basque band together in a changing world.
Twisting, twirling, and contorting local artists master the artistry of cirque.
Editor’s Note – Summer 2011
Suji Paek signs off as editor in chief
Dialogue – The Right Side of Life
National Geographic veteran Dewitt Jones pays it forward by encouraging others to explore the beauty of the world.
For countries with conscription, adulthood comes with a cost.
Forum – Chemical Castration
Should chemical castration for sex offenders be considered a humane alternative to brick walls and iron bars?
Journeys Abroad – What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been
Colors & Shapes – Avant Car
The art car movement hitches a ride on the wheels of re-imagined autos.
Spices & Spirits – Preserving Cures
Plants and herbs provide more than half of the chemicals used in medicines and prescription drugs. But they’re starting to disappear–fast.
People in Motion – The Lore of the Lure
Willamette Valley fly fishers share their multifaceted sport.
Soundwaves – Dirty Mouth?
Get the dirt on the origins of our dirtiest words.
Moving Pictures – The Background World of Background Actors
Not all actors are meant to be noticed; what it means to be an extra.
The Last – One Night in Italy
One writer couldn’t care less what the Romans do.