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The Trainer

In 2006, Oregon Zoo trainer Philip Fensterer took an unlikely stumble into the big-cat kingdom and never quite made it out of the den.

  • By Lauren Fox
  • Published 09/13/2010
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East Side Rising

While the nightly news bemoans sluggish job-growth rates, stubborn unemployment, and, potentially, a long and irreversible decline, the 700 acres of Portland's Central Eastside are blooming with counter-cyclical optimism.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 09/13/2010
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Fiction

Grass At My Feet

Gretchen Flesher Duggan’s "Grass at My Feet" is the winner of the 2010 Wordstock Short Fiction Competition.

  • By Gretchen Flesher Duggan
  • Published 09/13/2010

Wine Country Weekends: Web Extra

Tasting Notes

Condé Cox provides an oenophile’s wisdom when it comes to Oregon wines in this month’s Web Exclusive.

  • By Condé Cox
  • Published 09/16/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

For the Newcomer

For newcomers—and procrastinators—here are the tastes and activities that should be on every Willamette Valley virgin’s shortlist.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

For the Pioneering Palate

Umpqua and Rogue valley vintages are both less renowned and further away, but the tastes are worth the travel.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

For the Active Traveler

If your wine tasting weekend needs more action than a stroll around the vineyard, the Columbia River Gorge is the place for you.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

For the Foodie

The lush northern Willamette Valley soil is good for growing more than just grapes, so pair your wine tasting with the memorable of meals.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

For the Value Hunter

The Eola-Amity Hills AVA offers affordable winetasting with a lot of bang for your buck.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010
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Wine Country Weekends

Ask a Guru

The questions that matter when it comes to wine tasting in Oregon.

  • Published 09/14/2010
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Shape Shifters

For this month's fall fashion, think of the iconic silhouettes of past decades, redone.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 09/15/2010

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Wine Tasting Day Trips

  • Published 09/23/2010

Wine Country Weekends: Web Extra

Tasting Notes

Condé Cox provides an oenophile’s wisdom when it comes to Oregon wines in this month’s Web Exclusive.

  • By Condé Cox
  • Published 09/16/2010

Wine Country Weekends

Ask a Guru

The questions that matter when it comes to wine tasting in Oregon.

  • Published 09/14/2010

Wine Country Weekends

For the Pioneering Palate

Umpqua and Rogue valley vintages are both less renowned and further away, but the tastes are worth the travel.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010

Wine Country Weekends

For the Active Traveler

If your wine tasting weekend needs more action than a stroll around the vineyard, the Columbia River Gorge is the place for you.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010

Wine Country Weekends

For the Foodie

The lush northern Willamette Valley soil is good for growing more than just grapes, so pair your wine tasting with the memorable of meals.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010

Wine Country Weekends

For the Newcomer

For newcomers—and procrastinators—here are the tastes and activities that should be on every Willamette Valley virgin’s shortlist.

  • By Hannah Wallace
  • Published 09/14/2010

Eat This Now

French Onion ‘Zizou’ Burger at Dick’s Kitchen

The menu at new Portland eatery Dick's Kitchen focuses on classic diner fare like burgers, sausages, and sandwiches, but with a twist: beef is local and grass-fed; buns, ketchup, mustard, and special sauces are made in-house; fries are not deep-fried but

  • By Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 09/13/2010

Savor

Perfect Pair

Autumn in Hood River sees a delicately delicious mix of pear harvest and Oregon black cod.

  • By Mike Thelin
  • Published 09/13/2010

Pour

Sweet & Lowdown

The Country Cat serves summer all year long with their Skeet Tea, an uncomplicatedly delicious cocktail made with black tea infused vodka.

  • By Deena Prichep
  • Published 09/13/2010

Introducing

Fin

Newly opened Fin serves only sustainably-caught Pacific seafood, mixing Mediterranean, Asian, and South American influences to create bold combinations of flavor and texture.

  • By Martha Calhoon
  • Published 09/13/2010

Mudroom

Porkopolis

With nearly every imaginable bit of the pig finding its way onto Portland restaurant menus, we may have to consider switching the _t_ to a _k_ in our city’s name.

  • By Eric Blokland
  • Published 09/13/2010

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