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BOOKS

Jessi Klein Explains Why You Might Not Grow Out of It

The stand-up comedian and head writer of Inside Amy Schumer talks about writing sketch comedy, feminism, and aging out of the Hollywood system.

  • By Lisa Dunn
  • Published 07/21/2016

Bike Share

Biketown: Are We (Finally) Ready to Bike Share?

It's been a long time coming, and it's not even our first try. After 10 years of planning, Portland's Nike-sponsored bike share program is live.

  • By Regina Winkle-Bryan
  • Published 07/21/2016

EAT THIS NOW

Where to Eat This Week: July 20-27

Al pastor tacos at Tight Tacos, boozy Sloshy Pops at New Deal, and playful cocktails at Tastebud are your required eating and drinking for the week.

  • By Eat Beat Team
  • Published 07/20/2016

Video Games

A 1994 Video Game Classic, Reborn in Portland

Night Dive Studios has raised more than $1 million to remake the cult classic System Shock from the ground up.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 07/19/2016

Restaurant and Bar Updates

PREAM, Muselet, and the Bent Brick Call It Quits, Plus More PDX Food News

… including a flashy Ava Gene’s acquisition and Pickathon’s new dinner series.

  • By Michelle Porter
  • Published 07/18/2016

SOCCER

The Thorns’ Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Portland falls spectacularly in Houston. We’ve got three takeaways from an abysmal game.

  • By Katelyn Best
  • Published 07/18/2016

BEER ME

Deschutes Brewery Created a Virtual Reality Marketing Campaign

It's like Johnny Mnemonic except in Bend.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 07/15/2016

Travel News

Alaska Airlines to Launch New Direct Flight from PDX to Sun Valley. Sick!

Sure, Mount Hood is home turf. But it's about to get a lot easier for Portlanders to shred the gnar at Idaho's premier ski resort.

  • By Marisa Russell
  • Published 07/15/2016

Fashion Show

For Sixth Year, Alley 33 Brings Runway Fashion to Hawthorne Boulevard

The fun, no-frills show returns Sunday, July 17 with a roadway full of indie designers and happy fashion crowds.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 07/14/2016

Food News

10 Ways Whole Foods’ 365 Ups the Grocery Game

The new Lake Oswego market offers lower prices than traditional Whole Foods stores—plus a robot that makes tea.

  • By Molly Woodstock
  • Published 07/14/2016

Let's Talk Selfies

Salad and AstroTurf: an Indoor Picnic about Selfie Culture

Is there more to selfies than vanity? Portland artist Leslie Vigeant opens it up to debate.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 07/14/2016

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: July 14–17

Prince tunes on the cello. Highland dance and stone throwing in Gresham. Jazz under the St. Johns Bridge. Speed drawing. A Wizard of Oz convention. Bring it, weekend.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
  • Published 07/14/2016

THEATER

What Happens When 7 Black Playwrights Take On Race and Police Violence in America?

In the wake of the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, Hands Up is more important than ever.

  • By Regina Winkle-Bryan
  • Published 07/14/2016

Pop-Up Shop

Online Retailer ModCloth Pops Up in Portland through July

The popular vintage-vibe retailer brings its online shop to Pioneer Place through the end of July, with a slew of local lines on the shelves.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 07/14/2016

Get Out

Move Over, Fitbit: There’s a New Player in Town

Why Pokémon Go is being billed as the new fitness app you (and your kids) need to try.

  • By Maya Seaman
  • Published 07/14/2016

Good Eats

Goodbye, Juice Cleanse! Hello, Raw Vegan Meal Delivery!

Portland company Forelle delivers fresh, plant-based meals to your door.

  • By Molly Woodstock
  • Published 07/13/2016

Day Trip

Cycling Mosier's Twin Tunnels

Find sun and stunning vistas on this gentle, car-free stretch of the Historic Columbia River Highway Trail—spandex optional.

  • By Regina Winkle-Bryan
  • Published 07/13/2016

VIDEO GAMES

Everybody's Doing Pokémon GO Stories and Here's Ours

Deal with it.

  • By Michelle Porter
  • Published 07/13/2016

ARTS NEWS

Imago Theatre to Sell Longtime Home Just off E Burnside

Another piece of Old Portland gone? The artist duo behind Frogz is ready to sell their Buckman neighborhood stronghold—a building now valued at more than $1 million.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 07/12/2016

THE SHAKEDOWN

Should Portland Bring Back Pro Baseball?

America’s pastime has been banished from the city since 2010.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 07/12/2016
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