Hot! Hot! Hot! The new edition of Street Roots is! And your vendor is keeping his cool on a corner near you. Check out what’s coming tomorrow morning in the latest edition:
West meets East: Attorney and writer Ronault “Polo” Catalani is the world’s ambassador to Portland. He sat down with Israel Bayer to talk about the dynamics facing Asian immigrants to Portland.
Violence in, violence out: Author Jerome Gold talks about his new book, “Paranoia and Heartbreak,” about the juvenile corrections cycle. Adam Hyla reports.
Escaping boys’ town: Vancouver’s male sex workers fight to emerge from the street’s shadows.
Addict’s Almanac: Back by popular demand, Tye Doudy picks up where he left off last year chronicling his life on the streets of Portland.
Plus you’ll get to know Kevin Bynum, one of our vendors, a little better in a profile by Elizabeth Schwartz.
But that’s only half the fun! Great commentaries and more await you this weekend. So take a copy to the beach, and when you’re done reading, Street Roots makes a great fan!
Posted by Joanne Zuhl