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Real Estate

Buy, Sell, Rent, Keep?

*Real Estate '09* Even if this twisted economy has you reeling, you could position yourself for a property win. Whether you're a buyer, seller, renter, of keeper, here's real estate news that you can use right now. *PLUS:* Exclusive details on dozens of P

05/19/2009 With Kasey Cordell and Brian Barker By Anna Sachse

Top Stories

Economy

Green Machine

With economic stimulus dollars up for grabs, a gubernatorial strike force of Portland power players has a comeback plan.

05/19/2009 By Ted Katauskas

People

Holy Diver

Steven Kimes believes the poor really will inherit the earth. That's why he quit his job, took his family to the streets, and became Portland's most radical servant of the homeless.

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

Dance

Observed

A photo essay about the Oregon Ballet Theatre dancers, not the dance, that captures the private moments between performances.

05/19/2009 By Andy Batt

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Comedy

Laughs on Hawthorne

More than 100 extremely funny folks—including Janeane Garofalo and David Koechner—will hold court on upper SE Hawthorne Boulevard for four days of high hilarity during the second annual Bridgetown Comedy Festival, April 23–26.

05/19/2009 By Randy Gragg

Now Read This

Fond Farewell

Emily Chenoweth’s debut novel is a compelling and delicate tale of a family’s painful loss, realized within relationships new and old.

05/19/2009 By Isaac Darnall

Dance

Observed

A photo essay about the Oregon Ballet Theatre dancers, not the dance, that captures the private moments between performances.

05/19/2009 By Andy Batt

Now Hear This

Music Review: Mean and Sober by Weinland

Adam Shearer’s nasally whine still has a hard time working itself into anything approaching a snarl, but on Weinland’s second album, _Breaks in the Sun,_ the rest of the band has been given more room to serve the underlying themes of heartbreak and drunk

05/19/2009 By Randy Gragg

Eat & Drink

Wine

St. Innocent Winery

St. Innocent Winery winemaker Mark Vlossak is handcrafting some of Oregon’s best wines.

05/19/2009 By Condé Cox

Review

Under the Incan Sun

Peruvian-inspired restaurant del Inti adds the flavors of the Northwest to a cuisine that embodies cultural fusion.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

INTRODUCING…

Davis Street Tavern

The dining options for us hungry downtown cubicle drones often feel skimpy north of W Burnside Street, in Old Town, where egg rolls and pork-fried rice are the coin of the realm and the prospect of a proper salad seems slim. The good news is that the rece

05/19/2009 By John Chandler

CHEAP DATE

There Is a Cod

British-born chef Michael “Mick” Shillingford craved the traditional fish-and-chips of his native land, so Shillingford opened the Fish and Chip Shop last October. World-class? Maybe not. But until your next trip to the United Kingdom, a fine placeholder

05/19/2009 By Clarissa Fong

Article

Belgian Bliss

With a rare yeast and a competitive spirit, brewers across town are concocting heavenly ales.

05/19/2009 By Tom Colligan

RECIPE

Hooked on Chinook

Highly sought-after and often controversial, this perennial Northwest salmon is still the king of spring.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note

New Terrain

05/19/2009 By Paige Williams

Health & Wellness

Hit List

Say Spaaah

Prime places for a springtime reawakening.

05/19/2009 By Kasey Cordell and Kaitlin Johnson

Home & Real Estate

Real Estate

Buy, Sell, Rent, Keep?

*Real Estate '09* Even if this twisted economy has you reeling, you could position yourself for a property win. Whether you're a buyer, seller, renter, of keeper, here's real estate news that you can use right now. *PLUS:* Exclusive details on dozens of P

05/19/2009 With Kasey Cordell and Brian Barker By Anna Sachse

News & City Life

People

Holy Diver

Steven Kimes believes the poor really will inherit the earth. That's why he quit his job, took his family to the streets, and became Portland's most radical servant of the homeless.

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

Economy

Green Machine

With economic stimulus dollars up for grabs, a gubernatorial strike force of Portland power players has a comeback plan.

05/19/2009 By Ted Katauskas

Currency

What happens when God goes broke?

His son might be able to walk on water, but even God is having trouble staying afloat in this economy. At least that’s the case at downtown’s First Unitarian Church, where, facing a $185,000 budget deficit, the doors may have to be shuttered for the month

05/19/2009 By Lynette Sanchez

Mudroom

The Great Divide

As the city decides how to build its first new bridge in decades, should Portlanders push for form or function?

05/19/2009 By Mike Thelin

P-Town Diary

Escape from New York

Another Brooklynite trades the Big Apple for a Portland state of mind.

05/19/2009 By Daniel B. Smith

Back Talk

Powering Down

Retiring PGE chief Peggy Fowler on evil CEOS, science, and the inevitable perils of being green.

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

Article

Feliz Cumpleaños, Rudy!

The all-rookie dunker turns twenty-four this month and it can't be easy for the six-foot-six Spanish wonder to be more than five thousand miles away from home on his birthday. So to help make the transition we've assembled this basket of our favorite Spai

05/19/2009 By Benjamin Golliver

Travel & Outdoors

Trail of the Month

Cherry Orchard Trail

A windswept meadow leads to an abandoned cherry orchard

05/19/2009 With Brian Barker

Mudroom

How To…Pluck A Person Off Mount Hood

The January 17 helicopter rescue of Mount Hood climber Michael Leming certainly wasn’t the first time the National Guard’s 1042nd Medical Company has picked someone off the peak, but it might have been the last—at least for a while. The company and

05/19/2009 By Sam Holder