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Best of the Best

Top Docs 2009

We purchased a list of nearly seven thousand physicians and nurses and invited them to participate in our online survey. We then posed a simple question to each of them: “Which doctor would you choose if you or a loved one were in need of medical care?”

05/19/2009 Research by Martha Calhoon

Top Stories

Best of the Best

Top Docs 2009

We purchased a list of nearly seven thousand physicians and nurses and invited them to participate in our online survey. We then posed a simple question to each of them: “Which doctor would you choose if you or a loved one were in need of medical care?”

05/19/2009 Research by Martha Calhoon

Grapemaker

Crushed

Cuneo Cellars was thriving until a combination of good faith and bad business lost Gino Cuneo his winery. Now the pioneering Oregon winemaker is back, with his own name and a new brand.

05/19/2009 By Jim Gullo

Just Mayor Things

Becoming Sam Adams

The new mayor defeated debt, doubt, and Dozono to reach City Hall. Portland expects a lot of him, but not more than hizzoner expects of himself.

05/19/2009 By Harriet Rubin

CHIN HAIR 101

Beardos

Lately we've noticed scruff on more than just a few faces. In fact, Portland may be the beardiest city in America right now. Here's our proof.

05/19/2009 By Paige Williams

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Now See This

Fine China

Just when January’s relentless gray drizzle threatens to reduce us all to sorrowful puddles, a splash of color and whimsy arrives in the form of the Divine Performing Arts Company.

05/19/2009 By Anna Dukehart

Now See This

Ground Breaking

A year and a half in the making, the Fertile Ground festival gives theater buffs the chance to see twenty new plays.

05/19/2009 By Jenny Davis

WE LIKED IT:

Point Juncture, WA

The second album by this quintet of artsy ragamuffins, _Heart to Elk_ (Mount Fuji Records) is a thoughtfully arranged collection of autumnal indie-rock studded with Sonic Youth guitar savagery.

05/19/2009 By John Chandler

Article

Artful Lodger

Part hotel, part gallery, the Nines, downtown’s newest château, becomes an unlikely showcase for Portland’s creative class.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

WE LIKED IT…

Little Sue

It’s been almost five years since country songstress Susannah Weaver released her last album under the moniker *Little Sue*. But that doesn’t mean Weaver hasn’t been bus

05/19/2009 By John Chandler

BEARDOS

Whiskery History

Trendsetters of the Bearded Northwest

05/19/2009

Eat & Drink

Tasting Notes

Willamette Valley Syrah

A few Willamette Valley winemakers are beginning to make a name for themselves with syrah.

05/19/2009 By Condé Cox

HIGH SPIRITS

Bottle Bounty

Saraveza Bottle Shop & Pasty Tavern

05/19/2009 By John Chandler

Review

Honest Like Abe

On an up-and-coming North Portland strip, Lincoln soothes with humble dishes, simple flavors, and steady service.

05/19/2009 By Nino Padova

CHEAP DATE

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Five Guys’ focus is on the burgers.

05/19/2009 With Brian Barker

EAT THIS NOW…

Slices at Give Pizza a Chance

A tiny, unassuming, aluminum-sided lunch shack asks us to Give Pizza a Chance (as the portable pizza joint is called) one more time. And with good reason:

05/19/2009 By Camas Davis

Introducing...

Chez Joly

The owners of Chez Joly, a new French bistro on the corner of NW Broadway and Davis Street, took a risk by becoming the first restaurant to open on Broadway in a long time.

05/19/2009 By Camas Davis

New Listing

Tanuki

New listing: at this diminutive Japanese eatery in Nob Hill, sake may be king, but the food that’s paired with it is what holds us captive.

05/19/2009 By Camas Davis

World Grinds, Bro

Sip City

Portland's coffee culture percolates nationwide.

05/19/2009 By Mike Thelin

Cocktails

With the Grain

Forget the tonic and lime. A local distiller makes an Old Tom gin that’ll put the dirt back into your dirty martini.

05/19/2009 By Tom Colligan

RECIPES

Soul Stew: Pozole Blanco

Suffering from midweek malaise? Chef Oswaldo Bibiano soothes us with his family’s Thursday night tradition.

05/19/2009 By Tracy Howard

Grapemaker

Crushed

Cuneo Cellars was thriving until a combination of good faith and bad business lost Gino Cuneo his winery. Now the pioneering Oregon winemaker is back, with his own name and a new brand.

05/19/2009 By Jim Gullo

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Taking Care

05/19/2009 By Paige Williams

Health & Wellness

5 MINUTES WITH...

Michael Pollan

The reluctant leader of the sustainable food movement and best-selling author of _The Omnivore’s Dilemma_ and _In Defense of Food_ is nothing less than frank when addressing our failing food policies.

05/19/2009 By Nino Padova

Stay Well

House Calls

Some Portland doctors and nurses want to do more than just treat patients—they want to fix the broken US health care system. Here’s how a group of community clinics is cutting costs, improving their clients’ health, and transforming the doctor’s off

05/19/2009 By Jill Davis

Best of the Best

Top Docs 2009

We purchased a list of nearly seven thousand physicians and nurses and invited them to participate in our online survey. We then posed a simple question to each of them: “Which doctor would you choose if you or a loved one were in need of medical care?”

05/19/2009 Research by Martha Calhoon

Home & Real Estate

Habitat

Bring in the Noise

A family finds peace and quirky comfort in their Alberta farmhouse by surrounding themselves with art made by their neighbors.

05/19/2009 By Anna Hirsh

News & City Life

Katz Pajamas

She's (Still) the Boss

Former three-term mayor Vera Katz talks up President-elect Obama, her new job, and why Sam Adams should always take her calls.

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

History's Mysteries

Criminal Minds

A new team of volunteer sleuths turns up the heat on some of Multnomah County's coldest cases.

05/19/2009 With Brian Barker

Dim Scum

SuperSlime

The solution to global warming may be floating in our ponds.

05/19/2009 By Matt Williams

Get Around

Flight Patterns

The secret to maintaining airline service to rural Oregon towns: downsize the ride.

05/19/2009 By Anna Hirsh

Just Mayor Things

Becoming Sam Adams

The new mayor defeated debt, doubt, and Dozono to reach City Hall. Portland expects a lot of him, but not more than hizzoner expects of himself.

05/19/2009 By Harriet Rubin

CHIN HAIR 101

Beardos

Lately we've noticed scruff on more than just a few faces. In fact, Portland may be the beardiest city in America right now. Here's our proof.

05/19/2009 By Paige Williams

Style & Shopping

Style Essential

The Big Boot

There’s a reason high-heeled boots have maintained their traction in the fashion world: few wardrobe items manage to combine a classic’s staying power with undeniable allure.

05/19/2009 By Jill Spitznass

Mens' Apparel

Going Places

Clothier Jordan Sayler, owner of Winn Perry, helps fellows put together a dapper look, which he calls the best defense against a tough world.

05/19/2009 By Jill Spitznass

HIT LIST

Buried Treasure

Get more for a lot less at local resale shops.

05/19/2009 By Jenny Davis

Fashion

PDX SELECT

Leanne Marshall made it big on Project Runway, but before she takes off for NYC, she sketches out the Portland designers who'll stay on her radar.

05/19/2009 By Jill Spitznass

Travel & Outdoors

Beyond the Bridges

Paradise Found

The Hawaiian island of Kauai offers an escape that's equal parts adventure and peace.

05/19/2009 By Claire Martin