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Field Notes

Finding the healing practice that's right for you.

  • By Anne Brice
  • Published 08/15/2012

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Meet Your Makers

The members of our favorite local rock band, Blitzen Trapper. Meet the newest stars of stage, screen, and sculpture.

  • By Bart Blasengame, John Chandler, and Martha Calhoon
  • Published 07/24/2012

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Best New Bars 2012

Portland's newest wave of watering holes is redefining the local drinking culture all over again. Pull up a stool and learn about the places, drinks, and trends leading the way.

  • By Allison Jones, Benjamin Tepler, and Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 07/19/2012

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Liquid Assets

Go to the sink. Fill up a glass. Drink deep. If you’re in Portland, odds are good that you just took a big swig of Bull Run water. The fiercely protected, stunningly beautiful, and highly engineered forest landscape that provides Portland’s wa

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 07/14/2012

Walk This Way

Portland’s Top Trail Shoes

To help you decide what to wear on your in-town hikes, we put some of Portland’s top footwear companies’ trail shoes to the test. The result? Eleven hiker-approved kicks.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 06/15/2012

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Dark Journey

In the tough-on-crime ’90s, Oregon’s Measure 11 sentencing law sent teenager David Pedersen to juvenile jail—and then adult prison—for armed robbery. Fifteen years later, Pedersen got out and staged a West Coast killing spree.

  • By Alison Barnwell
  • Published 05/24/2012

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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

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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

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A Guide to Portland’s Vintage Shops

We tour Portland's local vintage stores to help you determine where to shop for that perfect old-school party dress, kitchen set, coffee table, and more.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 04/27/2012

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The Arlene Effect

Arlene Schnitzer first took an art class because it fit her schedule. What she learned would shape Portland’s visual arts scene for decades.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 04/27/2012

RECIPES

Spring-Fresh Recipes

With the farmers markets back in full swing, we offer five recipes from local chefs and farmers for making magic out of seasonal bounty.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 04/27/2012

UFO Oregon

A Guide to Oregon’s Extraterrestrial Past and Present!

To celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the state’s most famous UFO sighting, we probed experts and skeptics for a guide to our otherworldly history.

  • By Martin Patail
  • Published 04/20/2012

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Spring Fashion 2012

From flirty dresses to cute cardigans and power blazers, this month’s Spring Fashion feature blooms with color.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 03/23/2012

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Running in Place

Next month, Portland voters will weigh the merits of many would-be mayors. But how do the three major candidates—Eileen Brady, Charlie Hales, and Jefferson Smith—see the city they want to lead?

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 03/23/2012

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Neighborhoods by the Numbers: Real Estate 2012

Looking to buy a home? Need to know which neighborhood has the best middle school? Or is safest for your car? Check out our expanded real estate stats and make an informed decision.

  • By Martin Patail
  • Published 03/23/2012

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Spring Arts Date Book

With boundary-busting ballet from Sweden, queer theater from San Francisco, and Carlos Kalmar’s take on Stravinsky’s _Rite of Spring_, Portland is abloom with arts offerings for the season.

  • By Martin Patail, Anne Adams, John Chandler, and Randy Gragg
  • Published 02/23/2012

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By the Grace of God

As a tide of new owners and rising prices flooded inner North and Northeast Portland’s historically African American neighborhoods, many of the area’s black residents were pushed out. Now, scattered across the farthest reaches of America&rsquo

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 02/17/2012

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Progress Report 2012: Our Schools

A decision about your child's schooling is one of the most important you'll ever make. It helps to be educated!

  • By Martin Patail
  • Published 01/20/2012

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The Lion’s Song

Singer Thomas Mapfumo is an iconic cultural figure in his native Zimbabwe. How did he end up in Eugene?

  • By Eric Hansen
  • Published 01/20/2012

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Portlandia Abroad

Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein take Portland’s quirky culture to the streets of Europe, India, and beyond in a pictorial sketch comedy.

  • Published 12/16/2011
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