Clackamas student releases podcast

By Jenna Greenwood / October 28, 2020

 A mock podcast created by the Thompson Brothers will be released Oct. 30. The show stars Clackamas Community College student Jacob D. Thompson (JT) as the unstable Mr. Cantaloupe who brings guests onto the podcast and picks fights with them, alongside his brother Isaac Thompson as the lovable sidekick Bobby. After his radio show goes…

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Clackamas County Scare Fair open through Nov.1

By Jordy Villagomez / October 27, 2020

On the weekends from now until Nov. 1, the Clackamas County fairground is hosting its first Scare Fair. The fair is taking place at 694 N.E. 4th Ave. in Canby and is open from 7 p.m. to midnight.  With COVID-19 in mind, the event is a drive-through styled Halloween experience. Visitors can enjoy displays put…

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Passing out halloween candy COVID-19 style

By Brianna Hall / October 27, 2020

One may question with COVID-19 right now: are holidays cancelled?  Halloween is coming up and kids are wanting to trick-or-treat, however,  in having to keep a 6-foot distance, passing out candy has become near impossible to do and you can’t trust kids to “just take one”, but thanks to Andrew Beattie, there’s a solution to…

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What scares you?

By Clackamas Print / November 6, 2019

Story by Jared Preble

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Zachary Whitley / October 30, 2019

Story by Zach Whitley I had three thoughts running through my head when I arrived at Clinton Street Theater to see The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday night. Why is there a line wrapped around the block for an 11:30 p.m showing? What’s so special about this movie? Why do people like it? I…

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Slashing the silver screen

By Ian Van Orden / October 23, 2018

One of the most iconic slasher movies has been reimagined once more. Originally released in 1978, “Halloween” chronicled the exploits of serial killer Michael Myers as he stalked and killed the people of Haddonfield, Illinois. Focusing specifically on the character of Laurie Strode, portrayed by Jamie Lee Curtis, the movie showcases the murders of a…

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FrightTown brings nightmares to life

By Luis Correa / October 24, 2017

By Luis Correa Arts and Culture Editor With Halloween creeping up, Portland’s spooky tradition is sure to make everybody scream. FrightTown returns to the depths of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum for its 13th terrifying season, featuring three haunted houses with extra attractions to really give you a true horror experience. This year, Baron Von Goolo’s…

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Whatever floats your pumpkin?

By Ali Miller / October 24, 2017

TUALATIN COMMMONS HOSTS 14TH ANNUAL WEST COAST GIANT PUMPKIN REGATTA Story and photo by Ali Miller The Clackamas Print What do you get when you combine over an inch of rain, gusting winds, chilly temperatures and 14 giant pumpkins on a lake? The 14th annual West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta in Tualatin. Every year in…

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Instructor directs big orange giants

By Clackamas Print / October 26, 2016

PUMPKIN PRESENTATION PLEASES PUBLIC Story and photos by David Avis “Rise of the Giants” is one serious pumpkin documentary. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will learn how to both pollinate and ride (pumpkin-pun) a pumpkin. Clackamas Community College held a public viewing of the movie on Oct. 20 in the McLoughlin Auditorium.…

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Football sweetens up Halloween

By Travis Whittaker / October 26, 2016

By Travis David V Whittaker Halloween night could lead to many options. This year, hardcore football fans might be at the local bar or at home watching ESPN’s broadcast of Monday Night Football between the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears. Entering the game for Monday, the Vikings hold an edge in the standings with…

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