Randy Gragg gives some insight into the idea that the steady influx of East-coasters has contributed to the growing interest in private-school education in Oregon.
Bar Mingo chef Jerry Huisinga serves up some creative Italian dishes at affordable prices.
Chef Greg Higgins, owner of Higgins Restaurant & Bar, shares his crowd-pleasing (and vegan friendly) recipe for Split pea soup.
Despite what some critics say, the Oregon 2007 vintage pinot noir has matured into a quality wine. Notable 2007 pinot noirs include Cristom, Erath, Bethel Heights, Lemelson, and Et Fille.
Clyde Common's Jeffrey Morgenthaler has been voted Bartender of the year. He weighs in on Portland's drinking scene and tells us how to make a Agridulce Royale.
Bill Freeman shares his secrets to steering McCormick & Schmick's through stormy seas.
Frank's Noodle House in NE Portland, serves up "the best handmade noodles in town."
An interview with best-selling science fiction author S.M. Stirling, who has envisioned a post-apocalyptic Oregon in his Emberverse series. _Tears of the Sun_ will be published in September 2011.
Portland actress Gretchen Corbet prepares for her role as the infamous Nurse Ratched in Portland Center Stage's upcoming production of _One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest_ .
Get the low-down on why and how Oregon has been deemed the nation's most "bicurious" state.
_Portland Monthly_ picks the guests they'd most like to spend some QT with this February.
Dave Frishberg answers _Portland Monthly's_ questions in preparation for his February 20 performance at the Portland Jazz Festival.
This month's word: portlandic adj.
Some of the more intriguing February events like the Cascade Festival of African Films, Professional Bull Riding, the Worst Day of the Year Ride, and a lecture by physicist Brian Greene.
Portland woman Claire Phillips served as a WWII spy in Manila, earning her the Presidential Medal of Freedom and inspiring a Hollywood film. Upon returning to Portland her rise to fame quickly came and went, leaving her incredible and...
A few funky items sure to keep you entertained this February include books, music and a "ghetto blaster."
Winter fashion collections with a little lace in the right place.