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Dances with Flames

Portland's fire bugs dance down to Burning Man.


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As the light fades over a wide, flat field off Northwest 21st Avenue, members of a Portland dance troupe stand as motionless as statues. On cue, one dancer weaves through the performers, lighting ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 27, 2003 Emilie Raguso

Images of Iraq


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An Iraqi mother comforting her son while a hand wipes tears from his face. Children at their desks drawing crayon pictures of American fighter planes. A young Iraqi girl, eyes closed with her face ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 18, 2003 Emilie Raguso

The Dimpled Menace

A local family is teed off by a hail of golf balls.


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On the surface, Gail Halladay's Beaverton home is a suburban Eden. Chirping birds and skittering squirrels find refuge in the tall Atlantic cedar that shades the fenced ranch house, whose sprawlin ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 11, 2003 Emilie Raguso

War Planner

Because it isn't over until it's over over there.


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WEDNESDAY MAY 7Dave Robinson, Pax Christi USA's national coordinator, attempts to explain what war looks like firsthand in "Eyewitness from Iraq: War, Conscience and Faith." Robinson recently retu ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Emilie Raguso

War Planner

Hey, Hey! Ho, Ho! Hawk or dove, here's where to go!


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Daily Worried about your kids getting pepper sprayed at the next rally? Fret no longer. Portland's Anti-Capitalist Action has set up its Community Childcare Working Group. Contact Alyssa at 335-31 ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2003 Emilie Raguso

War Planner

Hey, Hey! Ho, Ho! Hawk or dove, here's where to go!


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Wednesday 16Looking for a lunch-hour change of peace? Hand out signs and leaflets in this weekly vigil, Northwest corner of Pioneer Courthouse Square, noon-1 pm. Contact the Women's International ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2003 Emilie Raguso

Obstacle Courses

Local health clubs get mixed reviews from the disabled.


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The sour smell of garbage permeating the freight elevator at the downtown Bally's fitness club is overwhelming. For anyone in a wheelchair, however, this is the only guaranteed route to the club's equ ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 5, 2003 Emilie Raguso

Giving Peas a Chance


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The fight between People's Food Co-op and New Seasons appears to be over before it began. Five days after New Seasons announced plans to open its fifth natural-foods market later this year at Sout ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2003 Emilie Raguso

Three Protesters Headed for Prison


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While most anti-war activists are preoccupied with our military's expected role in Iraq, three Oregonians drew federal prison sentences last week for participating in an annual protest of the U.S. Arm ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 5, 2003 Emilie Raguso
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