MUSIC

How the Kingsmen's Singer's Story Defines the Beauty and Tragedy of Rock

Jack Ely, the screamer behind Portland music's most legendary moment, has died.

04/30/2015 By Zach Dundas

PHOTOGRAPHY

Build Your Art Collection in a Snap

A new project transforms photographs into collector's pieces and huge works of art for your home's blank canvas.

04/30/2015 By Cervante Pope

FOOD EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Stray Dogs Bring Korean Fried Chicken to Beast

The hot dog hotshots shift their focus to fried birds for the month of May.

04/30/2015 By Benjamin Tepler

CULTURE CALL SHEET

The Latest in Portland Arts News—Something Wicked This Way Comes

Plus Anthony Doerr, Jane Smiley, Tender Loving Empire, and not that feminist bookstore

04/30/2015 By Fiona McCann

EDITOR'S PICKS

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Apr 30–May 3

Ciao, Italian Style—but hello, David Sedaris, Downton Abbey, Alex Ross, American Night, plus three more new shows. Prego, Portland!

04/30/2015 By Ramona DeNies

THEATER

Six Reasons We’d Crown Billie Jean King

Including a message for Portland from the one-time tennis champ

04/30/2015 By Fiona McCann

NORTHWEST EVENTS

Could You Live in a 125-Square-Foot House?

The 2nd-annual Tiny House Conference brought the small-living movement to Portland.

04/29/2015 By Rachel Davidson

STYLE SPOTLIGHT

Local Fashion Stylist Lands Vera Wang Lookbook

Portland wardrobe stylist Victoria Mesenbrink capped off a busy year by working with bridal icon Vera Wang on her new lookbook. We asked her all about it.

04/29/2015 By Eden Dawn

GOOD EATS

Noraneko's Fried Chicken is Gluten Free—And Delicious

We tried out the healthier side of the menu at Biwa's sister restaurant under the Hawthorne bridge and found a few surprises.

04/29/2015 By Allison Jones

TREAT YO SELF

Mother's Day Spa Specials Around Portland

Whether you're pampering your mama, your baby mama, or yourself, local spas have you covered.

04/29/2015 By Allison Jones and Mary Stutzman

FIT CITY

Portland’s Coolest Walking Tours

Placemaking nonprofit Know Your City begins new walking tours this May, with a focus on musical history, civil rights, and marginalized communities in Portland.

04/29/2015 By Larisa Owechko

Mother's Day

Mother's Day for Portland Food Lovers

Free canelés, bubbles and tea, hand-delivered alfajores, and a mighty Imperial brunch are just a few of the ways to feed mama right on Mother’s Day.

04/29/2015 By Rachel Davidson

TALKS

Our Top Five TEDxMtHood Talkers

TEDxMtHood takes to Revolution Hall on Saturday, with a lineup of some of the city’s brightest thinkers and talkers. But if you can’t watch them all, who should you be paying attention to?

04/29/2015 By Rene Bermudez

GOOD EATS

Why We Should All Be Eating More Seaweed

It's not just for sushi rolls, folks. We scope out dozens of ways to get more mineral-rich sea greens into your diet.

04/28/2015 By Allison Jones

GOOD EATS

Portland Gets Its First Dedicated Bone Broth Bar

Salt, Fire & Time's Tressa Yellig is ready to bring broth to the people with a chic location in Portland's Central Eastside.

04/28/2015 By Allison Jones

DANCE

The OBT Dancer Who Ran Away to Join the Circus

Fabrice Lemire, artistic director of Cirque du Soleil’s Varekai, returned to his roots recently at OBT in the run-up to the show’s May run in Portland.

04/28/2015 By Larisa Owechko

BREAKING NEWS

Besaw’s Is Closing On May 29

The Northwest Portland institution closes its doors, for now.

04/28/2015 By Benjamin Tepler

GOOD EATS

Portobello’s Sunday Brunch is Back

Waffles and tofu eggies return to the vegan trattoria after a two-year hiatus.

04/28/2015 By Molly Woodstock

BREAKING NEWS

Kir Jensen's Sugar Cube Bakery Closing May 3

The longtime sugar-pusher says a bittersweet goodbye to her Alberta bakery and hints at a "higher calling" coming soon.

04/28/2015 By Kelly Clarke

DESIGN EVENTS

Get the Inside Story of Tilikum Crossing, Portland's Newest Urban Icon

Three designers delve into the creation of the car-free bridge.

04/27/2015 By Randy Gragg