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The Great White Hype


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Before the Lewis and Clark bicentennial celebration began, expectations soared in Oregon and elsewhere along the explorers' meandering 3,700-mile route.In 2004, then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton pre ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 23, 2006 Christian Gaston

Comcast and AT&T


Rogue of the Week
Comcast and AT&T earn this week's Rogue honors for their increased use of spam blockers to push smaller, local competitors out of the Internet service provider business.Smaller ISPs say Comcast and AT ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 23, 2006 Christian Gaston

Inside The Den Of A "Pirate"

An Oregonian takes a novel approach in his fight against a music file-sharing suit.


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Dave Perez isn't much of a music guy.The 56-year-old Eugene father of three says the only CD he owns is the soundtrack to the 1969 cowboy musical Paint Your Wagon, starring Clint Eastwood and Lee Marv ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 31, 2006 Christian Gaston

OREGON'S FELONIOUS SPUNK

Washington looks to Oregon as a model for felon voter registration efforts.


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Oregon's efforts to restore voter rights to felons after prison may be earning the sincerest form of flattery-imitation.A report released last week by the King County (Wash.) Independent Task Force on ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 3, 2005 Christian Gaston

SHANGHAI BS AT PSU?


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This spring, as thousands of Portland State University students donned cap and gown on commencement day, 30 new grads were missing.They were in Shanghai, China. In fact, they'd never set foot in Portl ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 20, 2005 Christian Gaston

BIG TEN

PDX Synagogue claims world's largest Ten Commandments.


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If you need a Ten Commandments fix after the U.S. Supreme Court's mixed-bag ruling Monday on the display of God's Top-10 list in public spaces, check out Portland's Congregation Neveh Shalom.The synag ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 29, 2005 Christian Gaston

BOOT CLAMP

City poised to kill new car-booting business.


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The use of "boots" to clamp the tires of vehicles that Portland parking-lot owners don't want on their properties may have a short life here.On July 13, the City Council will consider outlawing these ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 22, 2005 Christian Gaston
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