Kelly Clark and John Gorham.

Sunday’s Outlook Portland (6:30am, on NW32 TV) is going to make you almost unbearably hungry, and you’re going to end up rooting around inside a half-empty bag of graham crackers and cursing.

Just so you know.

We’ll speak with Portland chef John Gorham, whose news restaurant, Tasty n Sons, has been named the best in Portland by Willamette Week. We’ll also speak with Willamette Week‘s Arts and Culture Editor (and one of our favorite people) Ms. Kelly Clarke.

The show will also feature another “Outlook Portland Editorial Reply”, brought to you by our marquee sponsor, Things From Another World. This week’s guest editorialist: Magic: the Gathering’s Thornscape Battlemage.

Outlook Portland, Sunday at 6:30am, only on NW32 TV…the home of Gossip Girl, Vampire Diaries, and Rick Emerson.

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Aaron Mesh, Willamette Week

It’s what I sometimes refer to as the “tyranny of choice”: a distinctly American problem in which one’s options -one’s available avenues for entertainment, food, or gaudy consumer goods- seem almost limitless.

Instead of paucity-induced paralysis, you can suffer a kind abundance-induced indecision…until once again opting to sit at home in your He-Man boxers, watching Blackadder reruns and eating cold cereal.

In times of such puzzling plenty, the answer is clear: let someone else think for you.

In this case, that someone else is Portland’s Willamette Week, specifically WW‘s Finder Magazine, which tells you where to go, what to buy, and rightly, how to believe.

Joining us on Sunday’s Outlook Portland (Sunday at 6:30am, on NW32 TV) to discuss the overwhelming array of Oregon options -and the paper that streamlines the whole situation- Willamette Week Screen Editor Aaron Mesh.

The show will also feature another “Outlook Portland Editorial Reply”, brought to you by our marquee sponsor, Things From Another World. This week’s guest editorialist: leader of the Decepticons…Megatron.

Outlook Portland
, Sunday at 6:30am, only on NW32 TV…the home of Gossip Girl, Melrose, and Rick Emerson.

Oregonian Lays Off 37

The Oregonian has begun it’s first round of lay offs, a majority of the cuts coming from the newsroom. Read more at Willamette Week and click here to read the press release from The Oregonian.

We know only too well the stress and turmoil that comes with being laid off. We wish all the best to any of the staff who lost their jobs yesterday.