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Thumbnail for - Portland Artists Celebrate Judy Blume
Jun 12, 2013
BOOKS & TALKS
For 'Blumesday,' a bevvy of Portland artists, including China Forbes, Courtenay Hameister, and Laura Gibson, recount their most awkward experiences with the oft-censored writer's books on June 17.
Thumbnail for - 2013 Oregon Book Awards Madcap Recap
Apr 9, 2013
BOOKS AND TALKS
Storm Large is a literary tourist, Cheryl Strayed is Meryl Streep, Larry Colton is an a-hole, and Portland is the winner in the category of colorful literary characters.
Thumbnail for - Expanded Q&A: Jonathan Franzen
Jan 8, 2013
BOOKS
The award-winning novelist discusses fame, David Foster Wallace, birding, and his recent essay collection.
Thumbnail for - PDX Women Chefs Team Up in the Kitchen
Sep 27, 2012
READ EM AND EAT
Four of Portland's top chefs join forces for a special dinner at Lincoln to launch Charlotte Druckman's new book Skirt Steak.
Thumbnail for - Interview: Moshe Kasher
Mar 27, 2012
kasher if you can
In preview of his uncomfortably funny memoir, Kasher in the Rye: The True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict, Criminal, Mental Patient, and Then Turned 16, stand up...
Thumbnail for - An evening with Portland Arts & Lectures
Jan 28, 2011
Culturephile can’t be everywhere, but we hope, with our ever-growing spy network, we can cover the spread. Pauls Toutonghi, author of Red Weather, happened to catch last week’s Arts &...
Thumbnail for - 5 questions for: JON HART, an eater.shopper extraordinaire
Dec 17, 2010
Interview
In the encyclopedia under “Wears a lot of hats”: Jon Hart. He writes for magazines like Casa da Abitare, a super cool Italian design rag. He co-owns a hip bag line called Chester Wallace, which...
Thumbnail for - 5 questions for: PAUL GERALD, a morning meal maestro
Dec 6, 2010
Interview
Are you cuckoo for Coco Puffs? Or maybe gaga for gravy? Psycho for scrambles? A freak for French toast? Mad as a hatter for maple syrup and pancakes? Lucky for you, Portland author, freelance...
Thumbnail for - Review: The Little Prince
Oct 25, 2010
phile under: theater
The popular 1942 illustrated French book The Little Prince must be familiar to many Portlanders—heck, it must have inspired a dozen local tattoos. But though much beloved, it’s not a narrative...
Thumbnail for - From Brews To Bikes: Portland’s Artisan Economy
Oct 15, 2010
phile under: books
A book about microbrews, bicycles and artisans. Allow me to translate: “three things Portland loves, inside another thing Portland loves.” Does that mean you’ll love this book? Maybe....
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