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Scott Snyder's “French-Arabesque” hot spot on East Burnside needs flavor talks and concept negotiations.
Luce fires up a classic Italian pasta dish—a perfect way to spice up your date night.
Housemade spice blends offer the perfect pairing for this neighborhood café's fried-to-order mini doughnuts.
At Ken Forkish's bread-centric Portland hangout, pastry chef Eve Kuttemann gives us three reasons to order some sweets.
A Florentine native nails Italian classics for a shoestring budget.
Offering bright and colorful bites of regional Indian classics, a seasoned Portland cooking pro delivers flavor on a silver platter.
Portland theaters and the August Wilson Red Door Project turns the spotlight on race and the legendary African American playwright.
The illustrator of the Wildwood Chronicles revisits Forest Park on the eve of the trilogy’s finale.
Portland's beloved bookstore overhauls its Burnside flagship with the future in mind.
A by-the-numbers look at snow sports on Mount Hood, Mount Bachelor, and beyond.
The Winter Olympics’ most befuddling event, explained
National Book Award winner Mary Szybist reflects on Oregon's verse icon.
Portlander Mako Miyamoto's photo project brings out the Chewbacca in all of us.
Jazz's rising star Cécile McLorin Salvant, the reinvention of comics, the Portland Art Museum's Venice exhibition, and the rest of the month's best bets for things to see or do
No cold-weather ensemble is complete without the right accessories.
A South Korean architect builds her own wedding style.
Portland Monthly style editor Eden Dawn reveals successful strategies for choosing eye-catching accessories at three local boutiques: Betsy & Iya, Mabel & Zora, and Radish Underground.
This month's hottest Portland-made goods, from Lego-like garden beds to Pinkleton's Curious Caramel Corn.
A local secret revealed: this Sandy-area cross-country ski and snowshoe trail offers gentle, rolling terrain that's perfect for Nordic newbies.