• Issue of
  • Dec 9-15, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 30

News

  • I Knew Jose

    I grew up with Jose Hernandez. I knew him when he was in a gang. I knew him as a person, probably in other ways people didn’t know him.
  • Bar Memories

    Just read John Saltas’ column. Nice to see the old Crows Nest mentioned. It was a historic beer bar in those days.
  • Who’s Crazy Now?

    I just read “Crazy Maker.” Are you kidding me? This is an outrage and an all-too-real scenario...
  • Freedom Fondling

    Two days after John Saltas complained about airport groping, a Muslim was arrested after he tried to blow up a Portland Christmas tree...
  • UTA Fail

    Since August 2007, UTA has been cutting bus routes, which puts more vehicles on the road.

Restaurants & Bars

  • Casserole Contest
  • Casserole Contest

    Holiday potlucks often make for a food orgy, so it’s nice to have a theme or focus. Two words: casserole contest.
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Music

  • Kurt Bestor
  • Kurt Bestor

    Holiday Funk: Christmas-y composer Kurt Bestor unwraps the box people put him in.
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Culture

  • Super Pet Adoption

    The Word helps out with the Super Pet Adoption to find homes for the deserving animals this holiday season on December 4, 2010.

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