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Letters to the Editor 9/17/2003


Letters to the Editor
YOU THINK WE EAT FUNNY?Whether you think a raw-food diet is radical extremism or not ["Raw Power," WW, Sept. 3, 2003], the bottom line is that there is universal, widespread, unbiased and document ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 17, 2003

Letters to the Editor 9/10/2003


Letters to the Editor
NEW TOILETS DON'T WORK FOR CRAPYour article on water hogs in the Aug. 27 issue of WW ["Hydro Hogs"] was once again a good one. How people can manage to use and waste so much water is alarming. I d ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 10, 2003

Letters to the Editor 9/3/2003


Letters to the Editor
SWIFT VISIT, BUT NOT SO SWIFTA point of clarification on the colony of swifts at Chapman School ["Back to Reality," WW, Aug. 20, 2003): The birds congregate for three to four weeks, not three to f ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 3, 2003

Letters to the Editor 08/20/2003


Letters to the Editor
RABBLE WITHOUT A CAR Like many fellow inveterate bus-riders, cyclists and pedestrians, I was offended by the cover tagline for "Homer's Odyssey" [WW, July 30, 2003], which reads, "City Hall and O ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 20, 2003

letters 08/13/2003


Letters to the Editor
HOUNDS OF HELL I've watched the popularity of owning large dogs grow exponentially in the past 20 years. Correspondingly, I've experienced the change wrought upon the city parks as they've been t ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 13, 2003

Letters, 8/06/2003


Letters to the Editor
SCISSOR KICK I liked your article on Homer Williams ["Homer's Odyssey," July 30, 2003]. There is an error, however, that should be corrected. Scissor stairs, Homer's magic solution to his Macadam ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 6, 2003

MURMURS

Bottom feeders on the prowl.


News Stories
* OK, so it all depends on Vera: If Her Honor announces this week that she won't seek a fourth term in 2004 (as is widely expected), then Congressman Earl Blumenauer battles City Commissioner Jim ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2003


Music Stories
MUSICFEST NW KICK-OFF PARTY KICKS OFF...UH, MUSICFEST NW The gripping countdown to Musicfest Northwest 2003--three days that will shake Portland music to its core, and possibly divest you of a fe ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Beating the Bushes to tally who's up and who's down.


Winners & Losers
WINNERSWhat? I can't hear you--I've got a monopoly in my ear! Qwest finally vanquished the City of Portland in the year-long rate debate. The city agreed to pay retail for phone service to city office ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Rogue of the Week

Dog Poisoner in Laurelhurst Park


Rogue of the Week
There's a serial killer on the loose in Southeast Portland--a murderer who is poisoning dogs in Laurelhurst Park.Signs posted around the park say that four dogs have died and at least a dozen more ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2003
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