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Thumbnail for - Explore Hidden Oregon
Sep 11, 2009
FALL TRAVEL
From the sprawling emptiness of southeastern Oregon to the rough tranquility of the Oregon Coast, the state is ripe for exploring. No matter where you're going to, there are some lesser-known gems...
Thumbnail for - Non-Jewelry by Jason Charles Rens at Nationale
Sep 11, 2009
phile under: art
I’m intrigued: Jason Charles Rens is thinking about "economy, duality, hierarchy, and decorative practices." Jason Charles Rens is making wall-hung sculpture using the visual vocabulary of...
Thumbnail for - Oregon Painting Society + Woolly Mammoth Comes To Dinner
Sep 11, 2009
phile under: art + dance
This post—with its wall-to-wall effusiveness about this show tonight—annoyingly disappeared. So maybe we’ll go with just the facts and hope the computer doesn’t again eat my homework. Arts/music...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Autumn Done Right
Sep 10, 2009
Here are the ingredients to a great autumn day in Portland: fresh food, good beer, great costumes, ghost stories, and a picnic under Laurelhurst Park's Katsura tree.
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Room Service
Sep 10, 2009
Stay in style this season with some of the city's best garments.
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Whole Hog
Sep 10, 2009
"Every part of the pig is edible, except for the oink." This Spanish adage describes the wonderful creativity behind some of Portland's best charcuterie extremely well as farmers twist classic...
Thumbnail for - Happy Hour: The Press Club
Sep 10, 2009
In the course of my long and lugubrious lifetime, I’ve spent a grand total of one afternoon in France. My brother and I, after taking the ferry from Dover to Calais, spent a few idle hours sitting...
Thumbnail for - Shifting Gears
Sep 10, 2009
Mudroom
Portland has spilled a lot of paint for its cyclists, from the 200 or so miles of bike lanes to the handful of green bike boxes at dangerous intersections. And the city’s new Bicycle Master Plan,...
Thumbnail for - Venturing Forth
Sep 10, 2009
Feature
Swearing he’d never be a banker like his father (and grandfather and great-grandfather), John Haines fled his office in the Wells Fargo Tower to kayak the world’s wild rivers and pioneer new paths...
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Sep 10, 2009
FICTION
With her short story "The Grocery Store Cart," Marian Pierce won the 2009 short fiction competition of the Wordstock book and literary festival. Chosen by Oregon writer Barry Lopez, this story won...
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