Archaeologists examine the public’s purported fossils and artifacts, separating pterodactyl teeth from white pebbles.
When I was in grade school, I found something weird in the
woods not far from my house. It’s old and brown, made of smooth, hard
bone. It’s six inches long, shaped like a tool, sawed square on
Jawohl! Maifest, Germany’s oldest sausage party, is here.
Oktoberfest gets a lot of column inches—the legislated
purity of Bavarian beer, the goofy hats, the giant urinal troughs—while
Maifest always gets short shrift.
And who does not excite himse
Illustrations by Jonathan HillClick on image for larger version!GO: Artist Jonathan Hill will appear at the Stumptown Comics Festival, Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 10
A Lakers fan on the biggest Blazers game since ’77
Hey, Blazers fans: Stop trying to hold back your
excitement. You and I both know the game on April 10 is the biggest for
your franchise since June 5, 1977, the day Bill Walton brought the NBA
Disney princes offering themselves as escorts for hire.
When we saw that the Star Theater was hosting scantily
clad Disney princesses getting down with a stripper pole, it looked a
bit familiar: Heck, it’s basically the plot of Spring Breakers, excep
Find an Easter egg in a Willamette Week box and win a prize.
Peep this: Easter is a bummer for grown-ups. It’s all ham and shoeshines, not chocolate bunnies and plastic grass.
And no adult egg hunts. Well, until now. We hid a dozen plastic eggs in blue Will