Willamette Week is Portland, Oregon's award-winning alternative. WW is the only weekly newspaper ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting (2005). No other weekly paper (including the daily's A&E guide) reaches more 18- to 34-year-olds in the Portland metropolitan area. (Source: Fall 2006 Media Audit.) More to the point: We believe nothing can empower the people of Portland more effectively than real news, properly considered and illustrated, concerning local life. We remain fiercely independent, and we strive to maintain an edge. We mean not only to be ahead of the competition in terms of news and ideas, but to be daring in our reporting and writing. As a result, year in and year out, Willamette Week wins more journalism awards in Oregon than any other non-daily newspaper. Finally, we don't just design and write. We act. Every year Willamette Week produces a wildly successful regional music festival, beery political debates, an independent film festival, and a Give!Guide that raised more than $500,000 in the fall of 2007.
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