November 2010
Table of Contents
Cover Story
A handful of Portland restaurateurs have helped make local cuisine a driving force in Portland life and a magnet for the foodies of the world. "*Evolution of the Revolution*":/eat-and-drink/articles/2010-best-restaurants-revolution-1110/ Eight venues
Features
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On the new frontier of wave energy, Oregon ships its planning prowess to sea.
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As Division I Basketball's only openly gay coach, Portland State women's hoops coach Sherri Murrell is breaking records on and off the court.
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Over the past few years, a handful of Portland restaurateurs have helped make local cuisine a driving force in Portland life and a magnet for the foodies of the world. Here are eight of the eateries that are defining a movement.
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Portland Monthly's annual celebration of the nonprofit community highlights the individuals and organizations that are making Portland a better place to live, love and grow.
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_Portland Monthly_ reviews Portland's top 10 spots for international cuisine.
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A charming Alameda fixer-upper slowly evolves into one family’s dream home.
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A slideshow of ideas for an evolving home.
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Follow Portland's nationally recognized food scene as _Portland Monthly_ showcases eight of our favorite venues that represent the heart of our evolution.
_Portland Monthly_ welcomes local restaurant critic Karen Brooks as the new Food Editor just in time for the annual Best Restaurants issue.
Over the past few years, a handful of Portland restaurateurs have helped make local cuisine a driving force in Portland life and a magnet for the foodies of the world. Here are eight of the eateries that are defining a movement.
A handful of Portland restaurateurs have helped make local cuisine a driving force in Portland life and a magnet for the foodies of the world. "*Evolution of the Revolution*":/eat-and-drink/articles/2010-best-restaurants-revolution-1110/ Eight...
Spain's olive country isn't the only place where olive trees thrive; Red Ridge Farms in the Dundee Hills of Oregon makes olive oil which is served at some of the Portland area's best restaurants.
Cascade Barrel House in Portland features 16 beers on tap at a time, including the award-winning Bourbonic Plague a strong and sour sensation.
November's Letters to the Editor share some insight into gluten-free eating and opposing views on food carts—topics covered in our September 2010 Issue.
New Seasons' new leader sows success in a fertile field-to-table connection.
Rachel Ritchie gives us a taste of N Williams Avenue's Cajun and Creole dishes from the New Orleans-styled, Eat.
_Portland Monthly_ reviews Portland's top 10 spots for international cuisine.
Follow Portland's nationally recognized food scene as _Portland Monthly_ showcases eight of our favorite venues that represent the heart of our evolution.
While Oregonians have (understandably) acquired a taste for high-quality pinot noir, our neighbors south of the border in California are a step ahead when it comes to the brawnier worlds of cabernet sauvignon and zinfandel.
As Division I Basketball's only openly gay coach, Portland State women's hoops coach Sherri Murrell is breaking records on and off the court.
After the BP oil spill, Portland natives work to keep the nation's attention alive by using new media methods.
Phil Stanford, author of _The Peyton-Allan Files_, a true crime story about a brutal, mysterious Portland double homicide.
Ali Moran investigates and shares some interesting restaurant tid-bits.
People we’d most like at our dinner table this month
This month, the Empire expands again, planting its flag in compilation-CD territory, pitting its own "Friends and Friends of Friends" alongside established indie annuals from the likes of PDX Pop Now! and Failing Records.
By November 2, Democrat John Kitzhaber and Republican Chris Dudley might wish the Freeks stopped with philosophy instead of inventing democracy. But the combatants in Oregon's bare-knuckle gubernatorial race face one last obstacle: the emotional...
Fashion runways have deemed camel the new black this season with flexible, neutral shades of comfy boots and sweaters.
On the new frontier of wave energy, Oregon ships its planning prowess to sea.
Rapha North America debuts new James Selman-designed cycling uniforms.
For gardening enthusiasts, Fall means preparing for spring and summer harvests. Plant your Allium Sativum (garlic) now to ensure strong root development.
An easy, three mile nature walk just outside Portland.
Portland Monthly's annual celebration of the nonprofit community highlights the individuals and organizations that are making Portland a better place to live, love and grow.
Color specialists discuss up-and-coming color trends.
A charming Alameda fixer-upper slowly evolves into one family’s dream home.
A slideshow of ideas for an evolving home.