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Win McCormack The Rajneesh Chronicles

How a red-robed cult tried to seize political power in Oregon.


Books
It sounds like the plot of an action movie: After Bhagwan Shree (Sir God) Rajneesh arrived in America in 1981, he declared he would build a utopian farming commune in the rural town of Antelope, a Cen ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 5, 2011 LEIGHTON COSSEBOOM

Portland's Auggie Smith Jokes His Way to Victory




The world of stand-up comedy is usually an unrewarding one, where performers are tortured by the realization that their jokes will not yield grocery money, but Portland comedian Auggie Smith is proving to be a major ...   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 2010 by LEIGHTON COSSEBOOM

Chesapeake (Profile Theatre)

Todd Van Voris’ life as a dog.


Performance
Lee Blessing’s Chesapeake is just as absurdly silly as it is politically dramatic. In this production, directed by Third Rail Repertory’s Scott Yarbrough, the ironic political satire achie ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 LEIGHTON COSSEBOOM

TASTE TEST: Big-Ass Thanksgiving Sandwich




If you want to have a Thanksgiving dinner, but you wish to avoid your family this holiday season, Portland's own Big-Ass Sandwich cart will help you out with that. Many have flocked to the popular downtown...   More
 
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 by LEIGHTON COSSEBOOM
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