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Editor’s Notebook: Meat-eating dinosaur comes alive in Pacific Northwest imaginations
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Editor’s Notebook: Meat-eating dinosaur comes alive in Pacific Northwest imaginations
A newly discovered fossil will spark the enthusiasm of a new generation of dino-fans

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Guest Column: Not everything is an emergency
Guest Column: Not everything is an emergency
Any law with an emergency clause is protected from the people’s veto power.
Column: Hillary, Jeb, Facebook and disorder
Just follow the headlines. We’re in the middle of some huge disruptive inflections in technology, the labor market and geopolitics that will raise fundamental questions about the future of work and the social contracts between governments and...
Water Under the Bridge: May 20, 2015
From the pages of Astoria's daily papers
Column: Learning from history’s mistakes
History is an infinitely complex web of causations.
Column: What ‘Wild’ has wrought
Apparently, in part because of the book and movie versions of “Wild,” about Cheryl Strayed’s journey of discovery and self-repair on her hike, some areas of the trail feel as busy as a scout jamboree.
Column: Fraternity of failure
Column: Fraternity of failure
Jeb's big problems
Column: Republicans need to step up on trade deal
Save Obama (0n trade)
Editor’s Notebook: Living in the present ... and the future
Editor’s Notebook: Living in the present ... and the future
Some politicians and professionals have not moved into the future
Column: Moore’s law turns 50
Column: Moore’s law turns 50
Moor'e Law turns 50 - an interview
Column: What would Washington Irving do?
Column: What would Washington Irving do?
A few questions about Astoria from the land of Washington Irving.
Water Under the Bridge: May 13, 2015
From Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: At Rutgers, it’s books vs. ballgames
Rutgers wants to play with the big boys
Column: Free Willy! And other creatures, too
What legacy will we have to live down.
Editor’s Notebook: Motherhood as a work of art — creating a legacy of love
Editor’s Notebook: Motherhood as a work of art — creating a legacy of love
Being a mom is a powerful work of art
Impressions: There’s more to being a recreation director than knowing the rules of the game
A new executive director will lead the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District.
Column: A career path from Hamlet to Hillary
Shakespeare and beer bothforged one of the Hillary Clinton campaign’s chief architects, Joel Benenson.
Water Under the Bridge: May 6, 2015
From the pages of Astoria's daily papers
Column: Race, class and neglect
The riots in Baltimore, destructive as they are, have served at least one useful purpose: drawing attention to the grotesque inequalities that poison the lives of too many Americans.
Column: Restoring faith in justice
Column: Restoring faith in justice
Baltimore's response
Column: Call it a stroke of fate
A relative's stroke
Editorial: North Coast has significant homeless population
Homelessness is high on North Coast
Column: The nature of urban poverty

Lately it seems as though every few months there’s another urban riot and the nation turns its attention to urban poverty.

And in the midst of every storm, there are people crying out that we should finally get serious about this issue.

Column: Men wielding power in hellish times
Column: Men wielding power in hellish times
"Wolf Hall" on PBS is historically inaccurate, but stunning just the same
Editor’s Notebook: This was a night to remember
Editor’s Notebook: This was a night to remember
This was the most epic event in the recent history of the Liberty Theater.
Column: Europe’s Google problem
Europe's Google problem