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What to Expect at the First Ever Project Pabst—Plus, Win Passes

The Milwaukee brewery sends a love letter to PDX: a three-day music fest. We get the lowdown from the organizers and give away weekend passes.

  • By Matthew Schonfeld
  • Published 09/23/2014


Playwright Rickerby Hinds on Making Poetry from Police Brutality

Hinds uses hip-hop to turn the story of the killing of a black teen into a poignant theater experience at Milagro, Sept 19–20.

  • By Matthew Schonfeld
  • Published 09/16/2014


Q&A: Oregonian Emily Harris, NPR's Jerusalem Correspondent

The ex-host of Think Out Loud—OPB’s popular hour-long meditation on national and regional issues—reported from the front lines of the war in the Gaza Strip.

  • By Aaron Scott and Zach Dundas
  • Published 09/11/2014


Could Mushrooms Offer the Cure for Cancer?

A Q&A with Paul Stamets, one of the nation’s leading mycologists (mushroom scientists)

  • By Nicole Cordier
  • Published 09/10/2014


Q&A: Home Baking Guru Sam Fromartz

Author of Organic Inc.: Natural Foods and How They Grew bests the baguette in his latest book about bread, In Search of the Perfect Loaf: A Home Bakers Odyssey.

  • By Sarah Ostaszewski
  • Published 09/09/2014


Q&A with T-Pain, Lord of the Party

The Grammy winning R&B star talks about strip clubs, homophobia, and the endurance of Auto-tune ahead of his Friday performance at Roseland.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 07/31/2014


Toby, the Baby from Labyrinth, Grows Up to Be a Goblin King—in Portland

“The babe with the power” now works at Laika and is screening a new goblin movie of his own making. He tells us about growing up surrounded by faeries, and what he did the first time he met David Bowie. June 21

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 06/19/2014


Sarah McLachlan on Portlandia and Her New Album

The decade-defining singer talks about her spin on Portlandia as a piñata, Lilith Fair’s heyday, and Shine On. She performs at Edgefield on June 22.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 06/18/2014


A Star Portland MMA Fighter Tells All

Glena “Heartless” Avila, 38, a Portland pro mixed martial arts fighter, mother of two, and the focus of the new documentary Glena that opens the Portland Film Fest. Watch the trailer now!

  • By Maya Seaman
  • Published 06/13/2014


Jesse Eisenberg Gets In Touch With His Inner Oregonian

The Social Network star on filming Night Moves in Southern Oregon.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 06/02/2014


Why North Korea is Cooler than France

Michael Totten, Portland-based writer for World Affairs, on war zones, Syria, and how Pyongyang beats Paris

  • By Nancy Rommelmann
  • Published 04/02/2014


Meet the Moses of Cycling

The Northwest co-author of The Rules: The Way of the Cycling Disciple on creating biking's one true gospel

  • By Salish Davis
  • Published 03/21/2014


Ian Doescher Returneth to a Galaxy Far, Far Away

The PDX author of NYT-bestseller "William Shakespeare’s Star Wars" talks about the sequel and giving the space worm a soliloquy. "The Empire Striketh Back" comes out today.

  • By Peter Holmstrom
  • Published 03/18/2014


Winn Perry Offers Classic Menswear for the Gentleman Badass

With its revived shop in downtown Portland's West End, a menswear pioneer brings classics from the past into the future.

  • By Lauren Lark and Zach Dundas
  • Published 03/17/2014

Books & Talks

Tom Spanbauer: The Godfather of Portland's Writing Scene

Local authors Cheryl Strayed, Chelsea Cain, Monica Drake, and others tell us why Spanbauer is at the heart of Portland's literary world.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 03/13/2014


The Inside Look at Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

Critic Matt Zoller Seitz tells us five things that set the movie apart from Anderson's other films. Opening Friday

  • By Lexy Folkes
  • Published 03/13/2014


Q&A: "The Monster-Builder" Playwright Amy Freed

The Pulitzer-finalist talks about why she's debuting her new play at ART and how the comedy is a protest against bad architecture. Jan 28–Mar 2

  • By Jonathan Frochtzwajg
  • Published 01/20/2014


The Future of Portland Shopping

Tom Cody, developer of Union Way and South Waterfront’s Emery apartments, expounds on place, profit, and how for-profit development can build community.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 01/02/2014


Q&A: Gonzo Reporter Chas Smith

The bad-boy, globe-trotting Oregon-native takes on the sordid, drug-addled surf industry in "Welcome to Paradise, Now Go to Hell." He reads at Powell's on Nov. 25

  • By Ally Bordas
  • Published 11/20/2013


Q&A: Natural Selection's Chef Aaron Woo

The 2013 Trailblazing Chef Award winner stepped out of the kitchen to discuss his recent win and serve up samples of his innovative dishes.

  • By Molly Woodstock
  • Published 11/13/2013
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