Ethan M. Rogers

A motorcycle on display at One Moto.

Go fast, don’t die: One Moto in Portland, Oregon

By Ethan M. Rogers / May 13, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Editor in Chief   Grease Monkey, Petrolhead, Wrench Monkey or Gearhead – whatever they call themselves, The One Motorcycle Show draws those who specialize, and those who dabble, in the mechanical arts to a weekend of celebrating motorcycles and the people who build them, ride them and just plain appreciate them.…

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A graphic displaying the film's title: Civil War.

Civil War strikes home

By Ethan M. Rogers / April 17, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Editor in chief In the early 1900s Russian filmmaker and film theorist Lev Kuleshov developed what is known as the Kuleshov Effect – the origin of the Soviet Montage. For Kuleshov, context was king, he demonstrated the idea that the same shot could evoke different emotions based on the shots surrounding…

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Doug Liman’s ‘Road House’ reboot is everything a reboot shouldn’t be

By Ethan M. Rogers / April 1, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Overall, Doug Liman’s 2024 “Road House” reboot, rated R and available on Amazon Prime, is a boring and overly cliché retelling of the original 1989 film starring Patrick Swayze as James Dalton, professional bouncer and doctor of philosophy.  Rather than a professional bouncer with deep thoughts and a dark secret, Jake…

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Kells Irish Pub offers up Celtic comfort foods

By Ethan M. Rogers / March 18, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers I’m not a bar guy. Never have been. Something about an establishment dedicated entirely to drinking leaves something to be desired. Pubs, on the other hand, are more comfortable with the added benefit of having some of the headiest, and best tasting, food on the planet. Having been around the globe…

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Anthropology instructor digs fossils … get it?

By Ethan M. Rogers / March 11, 2024

  By Ethan M. Rogers Anthropology instructor Keely Baca is a bit of a rebel. Ignoring her parents’ wishes that she enter the medical field, Baca found her way to anthropology instead. She preferred being outdoors, digging in the mud and exploring the natural world around her. Her journey, from awkward kid in the South…

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Cook comments on college

By Ethan M. Rogers / March 4, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook joined The Clackamas Print in our recording studio to talk about the rough start to the winter term, new board members, and the state of the college. The Clackamas Print: So this is the winter term, 2024. And we got off to kind of a…

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Clackamas County on the hunt for a name

By Ethan M. Rogers / February 23, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Clackamas County’s Water and Environment Services is looking to join the international community by continuing the tradition of naming their tunnel boring machine, or TBM. Set to begin digging a new outfall pipeline later this year, the county is on the hunt for a name suitable for their TBM. Bay Area…

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Students travel back in time

By Ethan M. Rogers / November 21, 2023

  Taking a trip though Eastern Oregon history….with birds! By Ethan M. Rogers   Time travel is easier than most people think. People do it all the time without knowing what they’re doing. If not for my trip to Malheur with two science instructors from Clackamas Community College and a group of their students, I…

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Cougars study abroad

By Ethan M. Rogers / November 14, 2023

By Ethan M. Rogers   Clackamas Community College students and some faculty traveled to France for the college’s summer 2023 study abroad program, experiencing life from another perspective. “What was mentioned? No air conditioning. Yep, nope, there’s no air conditioning. It was pretty hot,” said Ernesto Hernandez, chair of world languages department at CCC. Hernandez,…

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Schwarzenegger sells success

By Ethan M. Rogers / November 8, 2023

By Ethan M. Rogers Editor in Chief World champion bodybuilder, Hollywood hero, irreverent governor of California, philanthropist – Arnold Schwarzenegger has worn a lot of hats over his 76 years. With his new book “Be Useful,” the Austrian Oak has turned his attention to legacy. Schwarzenegger, throughout the pages of the book, declares his intent…

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