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Pearl Bakery Takes The Cake

Madison Staten

June 11, 2013

Filed under Arts and Culture

The trademark of truly savory restaurants is the line of people out the door.  However, in a time crunch, customers can’t afford to wait an hour just to be seated. The Pearl Bakery combines great food and great service with...

WLHS celebrates 94th annual May Day by crowning Queen, King

Kara Ghorbani-Elizeh

May 10, 2013

Filed under Current Events

West Linn High School celebrated the 94th annual May Day festivities held on Friday, May 3, by the crowning of Sophie Bangs and Connor Cushman, seniors, as May Day Queen and King. Bangs and Cushman were crowned in the first fe...

“42” shows the struggle of the first African American baseball player

Camille Collier

April 25, 2013

Filed under Arts and Culture

The defeat of fascism in Germany did not mean the defeat of racism at home when American soldiers returned home from World War II.  This is the background is emphasized during “42,” a story documenting a brief interim of J...

“Bring up the Bodies” struggles to capture the minds of readers

Ashlyn Miller-Sanders

April 5, 2013

Filed under Arts and Culture

The suspenseful and interesting tale of the downfall of Anne Boleyn, second queen to King Henry VIII of England, is told in the book “Bring up the Bodies” by Hilary Mantel. Personally, I disliked the book because it was diffi...

Dar Essalam Moroccan Restaurant

Colin Squires

February 22, 2013

Filed under Arts and Culture

The Moroccan Dar Essalam family-run restaurant, whose name means “House of Tranquility,” is located in Wilsonville. The first thing you notice as you walk in the doors is the fresh aroma of delicious food and the authentic...

Portion of the sea brings unique dining experience at Dan and Louis

Caleb Barrett

February 8, 2013

Filed under Portland Food Cart Reviews

If you are in Portland, and enjoy galley-type food, the Dan and Louis Oyster Bar is the place for you. The dining room is set up to resemble the hull of an Albatross ship, and the food is just as authentic. Bland colors and...

“Les Miserables” returns to the big screen with a bang

Kyle Cannelos

January 25, 2013

Filed under Arts and Culture

The must see movie of the year, “Les Miserables” is a story of love, passion, courage, sacrifice, redemption and forgiveness. Overall, the movie’s theme is the survival of human spirit and is based of the book of the same ...

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