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The record label Party Damage (run in part by former Willamette Week music editor Casey Jarmen) hosts pop world's Cataldo and S...

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This seductive, surreal tango opera by modern master Ástor Piazzolla is about a woman who becomes a prostitute in the Ar...

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Penny Allen—film-maker, writer, photographer, and community organizer—shows her most acclaimed films (Property, Pay...

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Pure Beef author and Slow Food missionary Lynne Curry talks about her upcoming Lostine Tavern, grass-fed burgers, and the challenges of locavore cooking in Eastern Oregon.
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We say hello to Kachka, Boke Bowl West, and Jackknife, bid farewell to Good Keuken and Viking...
Discover the history behind the city's most esteemed food carts from Portland-based food truck...
Sample rare Vino de Mezcal, make your best guess at OMSI's blind-tasting bingo, and grab a free...
Thumbnail for - Guide to 2014's Summer Concerts and Festivals
From Sasquatch to Pickathon, from Edgefield to the Oregon Zoo, we've got the lineups for the summer's best concerts and festivals.
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Your prayers have been answered. The hit musical returns in July for a 13-day run.
The scrappy backstory and bold strategies behind the Portland-based entertaining magazine's...
One of the greatest movie composers of all time comes to town to conduct songs from Star Wars,...
On Saturday, April 19, the winless Timbers face their toughest task yet: a victory at Real Salt...
Watch ballerina Alison Roper's last dance, laugh till you hurt with Chelsea Handler, catch the...
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The end of April packs in shopping events, Portland Fashion Week, clothing swaps, and sales. Find out whom to watch and how to shop here.
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The scrappy backstory and bold strategies behind the Portland-based entertaining magazine's...
Portland welcomes its first location of the casual, carefree women's wear line next week. We have...
Local jewelry maker Katie Freedle takes a turn from her usual design elements to create fantastic...
Portland Fashion Week hits the Memorial Coliseum this month for its first spring edition. Find...
The design duo behind beloved local line Church & State return from hiatus with a stunning...
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A sleek renovation captures a Woodlawn couple’s complementary style.
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After a forced closure of their Belmont flagship due to ice and snow damage, the backyard farm...
Get inspired by local photographer Michele Rider's black-and-white exploration of Portland's...
Bright ideas for the contemporary home from the former vice president of Schoolhouse Electric
Grab a seed catalogue, gardening books, and make plans to attend one of these timely food and...
New vintage décor website offers a carefully curated, global collection.
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A controversial campaign aims to take Bull Run away from City Council.
Thumbnail for - A Bigger Portland is On Its Way—And Here's What It Will Look Like
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In the ongoing battle for weirdest city, an Austin-based graphic designer crowns Portland as the...
Portland’s current multifamily housing boom is breeding some buildings to look forward to. Here...
A 20-year dream that this onetime nursery workers’ village would become a small city next to the...
Since the Vietnamese joint HA & VL opened near SE 82nd Avenue and Division Street eight...
With a new lush public plaza and major face-lift for the aging mall, Portland’s first...
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Portland's Provenance Hotels partner with Bee Local Honey, housing hives on the rooftops of Hotel Lucia, Hotel deLuxe, and Sentinel.
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Sip 60 Northwest ciders, catch stunning glimpses of wildflowers and puffins, and take your...
From Sasquatch to Pickathon, from Edgefield to the Oregon Zoo, we've got the lineups for the...
It's wildflower season! Celebrate with some of our favorite floral displays in the region.
This month, puffins from the open seas of the Pacific return to Cannon Beach's monolith to lay...
Whether you're watching from your couch or swinging on the course yourself, gear up with these...
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The Northwest’s most scenic beer festival will offer a record 130 beers, ciders, and meads to get through in three days—April 25-27.
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Patrick Dawson, author of a new guide to beers that improve over time, mulls over aged beer...
Want a change from the city's bustling beer and wine scene? Head to the Driftwood Room for a...
Chef Christopher Czarnecki will open the Barlow Room Bar and Grill this spring, three blocks away...
Argyle Winery will bring back Bubbles Week 2014 with an inspired array of events and eclectic...
We raise a glass to the area’s best Irish-style brews for a St. Patrick’s Day that honors...
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Portland cyclist Brianna Walle shares her pre-race nutrition plan (hint: it includes baby food).
A by-the-numbers look at Oregon's doctors, nurses, and medical volunteers
Jennifer Parker steers the sick and wounded through medicine’s darkest hours. We tracked her for...
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Portland’s current multifamily housing boom is breeding some buildings to look forward to. Here...
A 20-year dream that this onetime nursery workers’ village would become a small city next to the...
Since the Vietnamese joint HA & VL opened near SE 82nd Avenue and Division Street eight...