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BOOKS

Once Upon a Time: Katie Chase's Short Stories Have No Happy Ever After

Portlander Chase's debut collection of dark and twisty tales has already earned her the attention of Publisher's Weekly, which dubbed her work "consistently provocative." We spoke to her ahead of her May 12th reading at Powell's on Hawthorne.

  • By Fiona McCann
  • Published 05/04/2016

GIFT GUIDE

Don't Forget a Present for Mom!

Mother's Day is upon us. Before Sunday's brunches and flowers arrive, pick up something special for mom.

  • By Claire Colby
  • Published 05/04/2016

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Teutonic Urban Winery and the Wild Hunt: A German-Nordic Match Made in Heaven

The folks behind Viking Soul Food shack up with one of Oregon’s hottest small-production urban wineries.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/04/2016

BREAKING NEWS

Nomad.PDX Moving to New Location with Dinners in the Kitchen—Literally

As PoMo’s “Rising Star" modernist pop-up closes in on a brick-and-mortar lease, chefs Ryan Fox and Ali Matteis begin a new chapter inside the former Bowery Bagels kitchen.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 05/03/2016

OUTDOOR TOWN

Outside Wants to Crown America's Best Outdoors Cities. That Throne Is Ours!

The magazine's gamified contest is based on trails, restaurants, public lands, and, yes, beer—and yet to date Portland has barely made the quarterfinals.

  • By Michelle Porter
  • Published 05/03/2016

SOCCER

Thorns Take It Up a Notch against Boston Breakers

The Portland Thorns pick up three points against Boston in their strongest performance yet.

  • By Katelyn Best
  • Published 05/03/2016

RESTAURANT AND BAR UPDATES

Portland Food News To Chew

Lincoln’s Jenn Louis is arrested, Coco Donuts expands to North Williams, and Edible Portland will rise again.

  • By Sarah Hopwood
  • Published 05/03/2016

HOMETOWN PRIDE

Portland Comes Home Empty-Handed at the 2016 James Beard Awards

Washington takes Best Chef Northwest for the second year in a row.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/03/2016

Summer Race Guide

Bike, Run, Stumble, and Jump: Our Guide to 30 Great Summer Races

UFO-themed dashes, ultra-awesome ultras, and scavenger hunts inspired by The Amazing Race—we pick our 30 favorite summer challenges. Mark your calendars—and go!

  • By Caitlin Collins, Molly Woodstock, and Ramona DeNies
  • Published 05/03/2016

MOTHER'S DAY

Mother’s Day in Portland: Salumi Picnics, Cascadian Spas, and High Tea

Don’t let Mother’s Day (May 8) sneak up on you. We’ve got fail-proof options for everyone, from conservative eaters to Champagne and caviar lovers.

  • By Sarah Hopwood
  • Published 05/02/2016

THE LONG PLAY

PODCAST: Ted Wheeler On Why He Should Lead Fast-Growing Portland

Everyone says he’s the frontrunner in the race to become the city’s next mayor. So, seriously: how would Ted Wheeler, longtime local political star, guide Portland’s lightning-fast transformation?

  • By Sika Stanton, Marty Patail, and Zach Dundas
  • Published 05/02/2016

BODY TALK

Why Breasts Are like a Bowl of Oatmeal

A local ob-gyn weighs in on the latest in breast cancer prevention: genetic testing, exams, and mammograms.

  • By Sylvia Randall-Muñoz
  • Published 05/02/2016

HAPPENINGS

May Is Upon Us: Top Style and Design Things to Do

Boutique birthday-bash sales and launch parties and pop-up shops, oh my! Kick off May with two weeks of stylish entertainment..

  • By Claire Colby
  • Published 04/29/2016

MUSIC

Five Places Beach House Brought Us Last Night

The Baltimore–based band went for a journey via their Crystal Ballroom show on Thursday, and invited Portlanders along for the ride.

  • By Emma Mannheimer
  • Published 04/29/2016

URBAN FUTURES

Can Art Save a Neighborhood? The Creator of Houston's Project Row Houses Speaks

TUESDAY: Rick Lowe, an artist/activist, transformed 22 shotgun shacks into a haven of community-minded creativity. Can Portland learn from his work?

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 04/29/2016

TOURISM

Rodeo Town Pendleton Aims to Lasso Hipsters Year-Round

A peek inside a new tourism campaign targeting Portland millennials.

  • By Caitlin Collins
  • Published 04/29/2016

HEALTH NEWS

One-Minute Workouts Get You Fit, Says Science

Keep hitting snooze—a new study shows that one minute of high-intensity training is all it takes to improve aerobic health.

  • By Maya Seaman
  • Published 04/29/2016

BREAKING NEWS

Pok Pok’s Andy Ricker Closing Sen Yai; Nate Tilden of Olympia Provisions to Open Honky Tonk Taco in Its SE Division Space

Ricker will consolidate territory and expands his Whiskey Soda Lounge, while Tilden adds another charm to his fast-casual food bracelet.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 04/28/2016

POMO PICKS

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Apr 28–May 1

From Bombino's entrancing guitar licks to International Tabletop Day to some next-level, one-on-one theater, send out April with a bang.

  • By Jack Rushall, Rebecca Jacobson, Sylvia Randall-Muñoz, and Ramona DeNies
  • Published 04/28/2016

PERFORMANCE

The Surprising Gender Bending of Drag Queen Cherdonna Shinatra

Seattle's Jody Kuehner is a female-bodied, female-identified dance artist. But when she performs as high-camp clown Cherdonna, people sometimes get confused.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 04/27/2016
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