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Katz joins transit mall fray

   Ex-mayor says ‘there’s no question’ Potter should review the project


Who decides Linnton’s fate?

   Plan for riverfront site pits residents’ preference vs. industrial needs


Takedown in the ring extends to real life

Inmate’s release sets off PR scuffle

   Death after ‘matrix’ move puts justice officials on defensive


TribTown: Dreams take root with the trees

    Group that put 19,000 plants in ground last year wastes no time in 2006


TribTown: Hillsdale sets out to get growing

TribTown: Neighborhood briefs

A possible farewell to Fareless Square?

    Sources Say


Offers, but no deal, on old mill

PDX Update




A ‘legend’ far too early

   Film shows Telfair as a cocky prep star surrounded by kiss-ups



Hawks mired in a very sad state

Golf nut takes swing at reality

   Sources Say


Gaustad, Sabres eye Stanley Cup

Erickson sees a good situation at Idaho

   Fair Game


Wildcats look to get in Jesuit’s way

   Westview coach says his team has to get past Crusaders’ mystique


Warner women get the crown

   On College Hoops


LumberJax





Step, slide, smile

   Portland’s zydeco fans dance to the happiest tunes in town





Film gives voice to Rwanda survivors

   ‘Keepers of Memory’ makes an appeal for remembrance, action


Player’s not such a regular Joe

   Think the harmonica is only for blues? Joe Powers has a different view


‘Company’ man writes a winner

   Cubicle crowd has a hero in gadfly author Max Barry





Agency puts its heart into the arts

   MY VIEW: RACC gives long, careful thought to all aspects of its mission




Readers' Letters




Portland International Film Festival Opening Night

   Plus: Your guide to the next 72 hours


Adventure!

Puppets are for grown-up people, too

    †Adult puppetry


Hollywood just canít leave well enough alone

   † †The Big Movie: 'The Pink Panther' (PG)


A mischievous monkey, mad computers and films from far away

   New Reviews


Now Playing

Culture!

Live Music!

Sounds Like Fun lifts the cloud cover

    † †Local Band


Check yourself in for pricey style pointers

   † †Bar of the Week: Bettie Ford Lounge


Top violinist relishes solo symphony challenge

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