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MUSIC

Portland Opera's Christopher Mattaliano on How He Met Stephen Sondheim through a Fan Letter

And why he’s putting on a Sondheim celebration at the Alberta Rose.

  • By Jack Rushall
  • Published 03/31/2016

BOOKS & TALKS

Tin House's Rob Spillman Talks East and West Berlin, and the Trials of Communist Laundromats

Spillman’s new memoir, All Tomorrow’s Parties, recounts his early years in bohemian West Berlin and his return to the post-Soviet-era city at age 25.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 03/31/2016

POMO PICKS

Top Things to Do This Weekend: March 31–Apr 3

Psych rock sisters, maniacal dance-theater, ninja acrobaticalists, and a loopy stage adaptation of cult classic Road House—hiya, weekend.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson, Sylvia Randall-Muñoz, and Ramona DeNies
  • Published 03/31/2016

HOME DÉCOR

You Need One of These Free Refurbished MAX Signs

Don't fight it.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/30/2016

BODY TALK

Smash the Gender Binary at Babe Wax

Why Portland needs a gender-affirming, body-positive waxing salon.

  • By Molly Woodstock
  • Published 03/30/2016

WOMEN'S ISSUES

The Women's Foundation Is Coming to Town and They Want Your Stories

On a 12-stop tour of Oregon to hear about the challenges and struggles of women and girls, the Women's Foundation's 1987 RV is hitting the road.

  • By Fiona McCann
  • Published 03/30/2016

EAT THIS NOW

Where to Eat This Week

From Thai tea ice cream at Pok Pok to French onion soup at Bible Club, these are the things you must eat this week.

  • By Eat Beat Team
  • Published 03/30/2016

MUSIC

April: A Month of Portland Concerts in 20 Songs

From Prince Rama’s ’80s inspired psych rock to Elgar’s 1908 classic Symphony no. 1, the concert scene in Portland this month runs the musical gamut.

  • By Claire Colby
  • Published 03/29/2016

BREAKING NEWS

New Spot Tusk to Remix Middle Eastern Food for Farm-Centric Portland

Ava Gene’s chef Joshua McFadden gathers a talented team to rethink the world of couscous and cocktails. Rhubarb and parsnip baklava, anyone? Eat Beat has all the details.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 03/29/2016

SHOPPING

New Market "Flea + Food" Merges Vintage Finds and Local Eats

A craft market, now with 100 percent more food pod.

  • By Claire Colby
  • Published 03/29/2016

HOME DESIGN

You Can Buy the ‘Hobbit House’ Built by Oregon’s Most Famous Mime

Yes, you read that right.

  • By Caitlin Collins
  • Published 03/29/2016

READ 'EM AND EAT

April Cookbook Events at Powell’s

Two heavy-hitting Portland restaurants and one alt-sugar food writer round out the month’s foodie must-reads.

  • By Sarah Hopwood
  • Published 03/29/2016

OPENING WATCH

First Look inside Americano, a New Coffee and Vermouth Bar on East Burnside

A new watering hole from Hale Pele’s Blair Reynolds embraces Italy’s greatest exports.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 03/28/2016

REVIEW

Granola Power Ranking

Presenting Portland’s best morning bowls, oats to nuts.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 03/25/2016

WORD OF MOUTH

Han Oak Plays with Korean Cuisine, 180 Fries Up Spanish Xurros, and More to Check Out in April

From Peter Cho’s inventive prix fixe dinners to Jose Chesa’s pastry and paella, Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks dishes on the obsessions of the month.

  • By Karen Brooks
  • Published 03/25/2016

HOTEL OPENINGS

Aloha, Kalama: McMenamins’ Next Hotel Will Be Tiki-Themed

The riverside Washington town will boast a 40-room hotel modeled after Maui’s Pioneer Inn. But hold on to your mai tais—the brand-new resort won’t open till 2017.

  • By Ramona DeNies
  • Published 03/25/2016

ESSAY

How Picking a School Splits Portlanders into Hostile Camps

It's all very genteel, but still.

  • By Audrey Van Buskirk
  • Published 03/25/2016

EDITORS' NOTE

Why Portland’s Growth Might Not Be Something to Fear

And it could, after all, make us a better city.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 03/25/2016

THE FUTURE

In a New Era of High Prices and Soaring Popularity, What Will Portland Become?

As the cost of living skyrockets, new people pour in, and shiny new buildings rise, Portland must act fast to save its soul.

  • By Marty Patail, Ramona DeNies, Zach Dundas, Brian Libby, and Randy Gragg
  • Published 03/25/2016

SHAKEDOWN

Meet the Parking Lot Czar Preparing to Turn Food Cart Pods into Gleaming High Rises

Greg Goodman wants to transform 11 of his family lots into high-rises. We size him up.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/25/2016
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