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Most With The Least: Urban Gleaners

Tackling food waste by redistributing excess to those who need it most

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 10/23/2014

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Best New Nonprofit: College Possible

Attacking the poverty cycle by teaming up with low-income students

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 10/23/2014

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Exceptional Community Contribution: Operation Pitch Invasion

Unleashing the power of organized fandom on soccer’s grassroots

  • By Margaret Seiler
  • Published 10/23/2014

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Extraordinary Volunteer: Connie Kramer of Store to Door

Helping seniors and those with disabilities live full, independent lives

  • By Allison Jones
  • Published 10/23/2014

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Keeping Us Healthy: Zenger Farm

Cultivating healthy eaters in the Northwest

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 10/23/2014

CART WATCH

PBJ's Grilled Hints at Brick-and-Mortar Sandwich Shop Location

The team behind Portland's gourmet PB&J food cart offer a glimmer of hope to the hungry residents of Northwest Portland.

  • By Anna Loh
  • Published 10/23/2014

HOMETOWN PRIDE

Top Chef Recap: Episode 2

In a battle of personalities, another win for Gourdet; good show from Adams

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 10/23/2014

EDITOR'S PICKS

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Oct 23–25

Start your Halloween week with a haunted house or bloody dance show, check out the power of wax at the World Beard and Moustache Championships, and hear 'Wild' author Cheryl Strayed speak about the film adaptation of her life.

  • By Portland Monthly Staff
  • Published 10/23/2014

BOOKS & TALKS

Lois Leveen on Rewriting ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in 'Juliet's Nurse'

The author retells the iconic love story from the viewpoint of Juliet’s nurse, which involved researching the sex lives of 14th century women and why people were so into fighting. She speaks at Broadway Books Oct 28.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 10/23/2014

DEEP STEEP

The Ultimate Guide to Portland's Teahouses

The rain is back—time to embrace your cozy side! We've rounded up the best tea-centric spots to curl up, relax, and enjoy a cup on a cold day.

  • By Sarah Ostaszewski
  • Published 10/23/2014

HIT LIST

2014's Fresh Harvest of Fall Pastries

You know fall has arrived when Portland bakeries explode with a dizzying array of pumpkin-flavored, spice-laden everything. We've rounded up the best, including plenty of vegan and gluten-free options

  • By Anna Loh
  • Published 10/23/2014

STAYCATION

Checking in with Portland's Tiny House Hotel

We asked 1-year-old Caravan's owners to fill us in on what’s new, their plans for the future, and their favorite memories so far.

  • By Brooke Sahni
  • Published 10/23/2014

THEATER

Boom Arts Brings the World to Portland Theaters

The upstart theater presenter stages dynamic takes on international theater (with live piglets!). Its third season kicks off with 'The Golden Dragon' Oct 25–26.

  • By Nathan Tucker
  • Published 10/22/2014

LIGHT A FIRE

Give Back to Portland's Best Nonprofits

Looking to help your community in a meaningful way? We've compiled a practical menu of options for lending your support to our 2014 winners.

  • Published 10/22/2014

FOOD EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Portland Monthly's Best Restaurants Dinner Series

Want to celebrate with this year's best chefs? Snag a seat at the table to raise a glass to Langbaan, Ataula, and Nodoguro.

  • Published 10/22/2014

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Three Reasons To Try Café Castagna’s New Middle East Brunch

Crackling Yemenite flatbread to cardamom breakfast donuts, Sunday mornings at SE Hawthorne’s veteran bistro just got interesting.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 10/21/2014

INTERVIEW

Q&A: Megan Amram Reps PDX as One of the Funniest People on Twitter

The writer for NBC’s Parks and Recreation and one of Rolling Stone’s “25 Funniest People on Twitter”— satirizes women’s-magazine style advice in her debut book, Science … For Her!

  • By Catalina Gaitán
  • Published 10/21/2014

HALLOWEEN EVENTS

PoMo Halloween Guide 2014

Haunted houses, theater of the macabre, and freaky dance parties—Portland has it all for this thrilling holiday. We break it down by ghoulish delights.

  • By Sarah Ostaszewski
  • Published 10/21/2014

CHEF LIFE

Where Do Portland's Best Chefs Eat on their Own Time?

From pop-up chefs who gorge on Asian noodles, empire-builders who lunch at “prison-like” taquerias, and a James Beard Award winner who swears by Elmer’s—Portland chefs devour this town.

  • By Kelly Clarke
  • Published 10/21/2014

ART

Sage Sohier's Portraits of 1980s Same-Sex Couples At Blue Sky Gallery Catch the Eye of the 'New York Times'

Sage Sohier's series, on display at Blue Sky Gallery, takes us into the homes of same-sex couples during the most defining decades of the gay rights movement. Thru Nov 2

  • By Matthew Schonfeld
  • Published 10/21/2014
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