Major banksters have rigged the valuation of metals. U.S. Bank is listed along with many other power players in the world of finance. They are making billions controlling the spread on gold pricing. All they get is a fine and slap on the wrist, as the little investor takes it on the chin.
This cart was highly recommended to me and I can see why, the food is out of this world. Chef Stella Cooley started at a very young age preparing food for students at the orphanage where she lived. In 2012 she was proud to graduate at the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School in Portland. Stella and her husband have a special food cart. Please call before heading out for days and hours open. 503-882-3230 Have the Cubano sandwich, it's dynamite.
But unless it was read on line, very few held the print version. Today's Oregonian in the pulp form is smaller than my Cleveland High School paper. It is sad to see the story on Fred in this fashion. Donald Newhouse should be down right ashamed.
Fred A. Stickel, who turned The Oregonian from a sleepy, dysfunctional daily into one of America's best regional newspapers during 34 years as its publisher, died Sunday. He was 93.
Stickel cemented his legacy by promoting The Oregonian's first African American editor and later hiring its first woman editor. He merged the staff of the shuttered Oregon Journal with his own, and ushered in an era of computer-generated pages with color photos.
He also made the newspaper a financial powerhouse and oversaw a hiring blitz that invigorated the news staff. The Oregonian won five Pulitzer Prizes during Stickel's tenure.