EAT THIS NOW
Craving some New Mexican comfort food? La Panza's blue corn calabacita green chile or red-chile marinated pork tamales are waiting for you.
Are you ready for cricket flour french toast? The founders of Portland-based cricketflours.com give us the lowdown on the dawn of the bug-eating era.
With Lavender London Fog lattes, European and Asian-influenced design, and "Magic" kombucha, Erica Indira Swanson's chic new teahouse is a must-try for tea lovers.
SE Division's mellow hangout adds fruit and veggie love to its offerings of relaxing (and tongue numbing) kava.
Our calendar of health-focused workshops and detox dinners will help you keep those resolutions fresh, fun, and on track.
Local functional nutrition expert Andrea Nakayama gives us the scoop on green tea's lesser known health benefits—and a recipe for her chai matcha latte.
From Vietnamese-accented Southern fare to Asian-inspired comfort favorites, these 8 additions to Portland's bustling brunch scene are set to bring a world of variety to your weekend morning meal.
Paleo pancake mixes, deliciously creamy coconut yogurt, hot sauce with soul, and all-natural bitters for your conscious home bar
BOOKS & TALKS
The Pulitzer-winning author of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay spills the details on his collaboration with Portland comic czar Matt Fraction and British super-producer Mark Ronson in preview of his Jan 15 talk.
The health care organization will remove all added-sugar beverages from its Oregon hospitals and medical offices in 2015.
This grassroots Northeast Fremont spin, circuit, and yoga studio combines personal training motivation with physical therapy smarts.
What to expect from yoga when you're expecting
EAT HERE NOW
With free-range birds, delectable sides, and family-style service, a new chicken hot spot on NE 42nd and Killingsworth is heating up.
Whether you haven't yet nailed down your goals for 2015, or if you suspect you might be biting off more than you can chew, we asked 7 experts for advice.
Champagne isn't your only option this New Years' Eve. Start a new tradition with local bubbles, from sparkling cider to budget-friendly, traditional-method wine worth toasting.
Paleo, veg-focused, whole grain, fermented...no matter your resolution, these cookbooks will satisfy.
From rugby to ice hockey to Mixed martial arts, we work out with some of the city’s most impressive athletes to find out what makes them tick, how they stay fit, and how you can get in on the action.
Allison Jones and Marty Patail
Two local yoga experts share a half dozen yoga poses to restore your system after a night out.
To celebrate the release of her new cookbook Essential Sides and Sauces, natural foods chef Abby Fammartino shares the go-to condiments she couldn't live without.
It's easy enough to eat more salads—but it can be tricky to make them exciting. Here are 8 DIY dressing ideas that will keep you away from the bottle.