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Margaret O’Hartigan

Not in her backyard.


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Let’s be honest. Whether it’s that smell on the bus or litter at your door, many of us regret at times that Portland can be a homeless magnet. But when the mercury drops below freezing, yo ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 WW Editorial Staff

Stu Stein

We hate reheated leftovers.


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Plagiarism can really ruin a meal. Just ask the furious foodies and bloggers at portlandfoodanddrink.com about Stu Stein , the chef and owner of Terroir Restaurant and Wine Bar on Northeast Martin Lu ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2008 WW Editorial Staff

Tryon Life Community Farm

It takes an eco-village to raise our bile.


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Tryon Life Community Farm (see “Buying the Farm,” WW , Dec. 28, 2005) has long focused on creating a seven-acre sustainable community in Southwest Portland where about 20 residents can li ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 16, 2008 WW Editorial Staff

Metrofi

Good luck getting free wireless.


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A new survey of wireless service in Portland has gotten the Rogue Desk’s attention. The analysis deals with MetroFi, the company that City Council chose in April 2006 to bring free wireless Int ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 9, 2008 WW Editorial Staff

The National Guard

No free movie tickets, and they don’t even pay for popcorn.


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It’s bad enough that an entire Oregon National Guard brigade—3,500 soldiers—will be deployed next year, probably to a war zone. But what really sucks are the sneaky and Roguish recru ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2008 WW Editorial Staff

Derek Moeller

Bah humbug on Marsee Foods owner


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The Christmas tree was aglow, but Santa isn’t stopping at Marsee Baking in Northeast Portland this year. That’s because this week’s Rogue—Marsee Foods Inc. owner Derek Moeller ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2007 WW Editorial Staff

Chris Pfefferkorn

The dark side of Zoolights


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State-sponsored torture is really popular these days. So popular, in fact, Santa tells the Rogue Desk the feds are giving new blackout goggles and sound-proof earmuffs to their favorite “high-v ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2007 WW Editorial Staff

Roger Pollock

Now is the time to buy. No, really. Trust him.


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Roger Pollock , the developer behind Buena Vista Custom Homes, wrote customers Nov. 16 to announce that 248 houses in Buena Vista’s admittedly overbuilt subdivisions from Beaverton to Bend will ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2007 WW Editorial Staff

Office of Sustainable Development

waste not, want not.


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At a time of year when consumption and waste shift into overdrive, the Rogue Desk was thrilled to get the recent City of Portland’s Sustainable Use Policy 2007 Annual Report. The eight-page docu ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 WW Editorial Staff

Gov. Ted Kulongoski

Has the Guv gone plum loco?


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Gov. Ted Kulongoski ’s effort to get tough on illegal immigration strikes the Rogue desk as the equivalent of Hillary Clinton’s convoluted efforts to be on both sides of the question over ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 WW Editorial Staff
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