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PDX Index: Fleet Week

The annual arrival of Fleet Week is awash in festive figures.

  • By Sara Gates
  • Published 05/25/2012

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The Perfect Party

Eugene track athletes sprint and hurdle their way to our table this month.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 05/25/2012

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Word on the Street: A Portland Glossary

Not every photo posted to Instagram is a Kodak moment.

  • By Martin Patail and Zach Dundas
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Kite Rider

A local daredevil shines the spotlight on kitesurfing and watches the sport take off.

  • By Christopher Van Tilburg
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Maryhill Museum Expansion

The Maryhill Museum now has plenty of room for both its famed Rodin collection and a gorgeous new outdoor pavillion.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Long Story [Short]

The Refugee

Award-winning Portland author Ismet Prcic offers a glimpse of growing up in war-torn Bosnia, his struggles with PTSD, and the therapeutic power of writing.

  • By Taylor Clark
  • Published 05/24/2012

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Do This Now!

A brew at the zoo, a naked bike ride, and a four-day rave are just some of the happenings in store this month.

  • By Martin Patail and Zach Dundas
  • Published 05/24/2012

Now Read This

Book Review: Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt

Comics journalist Joe Sacco and war correspondant Chris Hedges turn their attention to the poorest cities in our own country.

  • By Douglas Wolk
  • Published 05/24/2012

Culturephile

Retracing K2's Deadliest Day

Journalist Peter Zuckerman tells the story of K2’s deadliest day from the point of view of the sherpas.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 05/23/2012

Feature

Human, Nature

Lorenzo Triburgo merges transgender men and corny, Bob Ross–style landscapes in portraits that playfully puncture assumptions about men, women, landscape, and photography.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 05/18/2012

Scene & Heard

Spider Woman

When you work for Cirque du Soleil, home is where the tent is.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 05/18/2012

Home & Design

News & Profiles

Real Estate

Restaurants

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Cold Fusion

Salt & Straw’s ice cream collaborations with local restaurants feature flavors ranging from boysenberries to yuzu marmalade.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/25/2012

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Bubbly Afterlives

Just because the fizz is gone is no reason to pour out the leftover bubbly.

  • By Meghan Ratliffe
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Where to Eat in the Gorge

Rest assured that beer, burgers, coffee, and pizza are readily available to hungry Gorge explorers.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Wineries Worth Visiting in the Gorge

A panoramic view is even better with a fine wine to accompany it.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

POUR

Strong Roots

Impress your guests and drink to your health with Kevin Ludwig's carrot margarita.

  • By Deena Prichep
  • Published 05/24/2012

Introducing

Introducing: Cedo’s Falafel & Gyros

The hummus is spectacular at Cedo's Falafel & Gyros. But that's just for starters.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/24/2012

Review

A Tale of Three Pizzas

Three new downtown pizza spots enliven Portland’s latest culinary battleground. We weigh in on each.

  • By Benjamin Tepler and Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 05/24/2012

VIDEO

In the Kitchen with Troy MacLarty

Chez Panisse alum Troy MacLarty is serving up Indian street food—on NE Alberta Street!

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/18/2012

Savor

Indian Summer

Bollywood Theater’s chef offers an Indian take on the Northwest’s asparagus.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 05/18/2012

Style & Shopping

Travel & Outdoors

Back Page

Gorge Futures

What does the future hold for the Gorge? We offer some unlikely scenarios.

  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Where to Hike in the Gorge

The less-traveled path often yields the most spectacular vistas.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Wildflowers and Waterfalls in the Gorge

The transcendant beauty on displaying in the Gorge is both growing and flowing.

  • By Kate Bryant
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Adventure in the Gorge

If you're going to take advantage of the myriad Gorge adventures, a class or two can only enhance your enjoyment.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Cover Story

The Insider’s Guide to the Gorge

The Columbia River Gorge attracts more than 2 million visitors a year, and we’re betting you’re one of them. But how well do you really know our signature landscape? Sure, you’ve seen Multnomah Falls, maybe hoofed it up Angel’s Res

  • By Sara Gates, Martin Patail, Kate Bryant, Aaron Scott, Rachel Ritchie, Christopher Van Tilburg, Zach Dundas, Brian Barker, and Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider's Guide to the Gorge

Where to Stay in the Gorge

After a full day of adventure in the Gorge, a sweet spot to chill and rest your weary head is crucial.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Insider’s Guide to the Gorge

How’d the Gorge Get There?

We chart the geologic evolution of the Columbia River Gorge. This may take a while.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 05/25/2012

Feature

The Long View

The grandeur of the Gorge would not be as magnificent without the efforts of conservationist John Yeon.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 05/24/2012

Trail of the Month

L. L. “Stub” Stewart State Park

Mountain bike enthusiasts have a new singletrack trail to cycle through.

  • By Brian Barker
  • Published 05/23/2012