ARTS NEWS

Faced with Quadruple Rent, Independent Publishing Resource Center Forced to Move

The beloved DIY institution is on the hunt for a new home, making this weekend’s Portland Zine Symposium a last chance to visit the center’s SE Division space.

07/07/2016 By Regina Winkle-Bryan

MUSIC

Must-See Shows at Chamber Music Northwest’s 2016 Summer Fest

Beethoven string quartets? Buenos Aires tango? Local musician Ron Blessinger weighs in on the best of the five-week fest.

06/23/2016 By Regina Winkle-Bryan

FREE DESERT

Want to Win 10 Free Acres of Sagebrush in Central Oregon?

Portland-based Square Mile Cider is raffling off high desert land in Brothers, 30 miles east of Bend.

06/14/2016 By Regina Winkle-Bryan

Travel News

Hotel Prices Going Up In Portland (But It’s Good For Us)

Tourism officials hope a two percent increase in taxes on city hotel rooms will translate into more visitors and jobs. Seem like fuzzy math? We explain.

06/21/2012

MARKET EATS

Chef in the Market: Scott Ketterman

Crown Paella’s party-throwing chef is next in the summer series of free cooking demonstrations at the PSU Portland Farmers’ Market.

06/19/2012 By Allison Jones

FOOD NEWS

Opening Day at Bowery Bagels

Portland’s own New York Style bagelry has opened its doors on Northwest Broadway, complete with tile mosaics and boiled bagels with that unmistakable c...

06/19/2012 By Allison Jones

FOOD EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Boke Bowl Continues Pop-Up Tradition

Industrial Southeast’s popular ramen restaurant will host a preview dinner for Bhap Sang, the upcoming SE Division brick-and-mortar Korean restaurant f...

06/11/2012 By Allison Jones

Desirables

Indigo Sunshine

The mood is Mediterranean at Indigo Traders in Multnomah Village.

06/11/2012 By Kristin Belz

MARKET EATS

Think Global, Eat Local

Opening day of the Lents International Farmers’ Market is just around the corner, once again bringing together global flavors like bitter melon, amaran...

06/08/2012 By Allison Jones

Deals

June Travel Deals

Cheap eats, 20 percent discounts at the U.S. Outdoor Store, and free entry to national parks!

06/06/2012

not so hidden cameras

Review: Mishka Henner’s “No Man’s Land”

Aggregator-photographer Henner trolls Google Street View for women who ‘might’ be sex workers. Controversy ensues. At Blue Sky Gallery thru June 3

05/24/2012 By Aaron Scott

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Morso

Former Bluehour chef, Kenny Giambalvo, brings crave-worthy sandwiches to the Pearl.

05/16/2012 By Benjamin Tepler