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OUTTAKE: Applebee’s, PAGE 37
WHAT WE LEARNED FROM READING THIS WEEK’S PAPER
VOL. 43, ISSUE 50.
We’re paying cops $60 an hour to
work overtime when they stand
around at protests in riot gear. 7
The public lake in the center of
We’re sharing a “censored” story
about how Hillary and the
Democrats allegedly screwed
Bernie, which was originally
published by Jared Kushner’s
newspaper , The Observer. 21
The whole reason French people
cook the way they do is because
they didn’t have any spices. 27
They once stored dead people in
the lighthouse off the coast near
Type design by
WILL A WIDER
“THE FAST FOOD PEOPLE FIGURED THAT OUT LONG AGO.”
ON THE COVER:
Lake Oswego is almost open to the
public again. 24
Damian Lillard forced Lil Wayne
and 2 Chainz to rap without
swearing on his album. 34
Applebee’s is offering $1 margs all
October long. 37
TAKES A HARD
LOOK AT THE MEDIA’S
AND THE OVERLOOKED
THREATEN OUR COUNTRY.
wants to build
people say the
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