… including a Georgian dinner at Ray, Elizabeth Beekley's lemon pies, and High-Proof PDX author Karen Locke.
From Joe Biden to George Saunders, cash-register exorcisms to garbage paintings, here's what you have to catch this season.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
We’ve got 10 gold-standard destinations and off-the-radar alternatives that will blow your little ones’ little minds.
Zach Dundas, Margaret Seiler, and Kelly Clarke
Hear Dr. Patricia Kullberg read from her memoir, On the Ragged Edge of Medicine, on Monday, June 26.
Including cooking classes at the farmers market, Powell’s cookbook readings, and a Sardegna dinner at Artigiano food cart.
West End: Oddities
From strip institutions to periodical paradises, Old Portland is alive and well around here.
Before her author appearance at Powell’s, she talks Tulsa, Trump, and Rob Lowe.
Food Event Spotlight
At an upcoming Powell's event, PoMo’s own Karen Brooks interviews esteemed journalist and former Portlander Bianca Bosker about her vino-fueled voyage.
Drones. Eco-crisis. Civil strife. American War owes more than a little to the present day.
The New Yorker hits Portland with her new book, There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé.
Kelly Clarke, Zach Dundas, and Margaret Seiler
The Portland author talks about his new novel, Freebird, ahead of his Inauguration Day Powell’s reading.
Books & Talks
The Oregon Democratic primary winner is Portland-bound.
Author Shawn Levy explains how our modern, celebrity-obsessed culture was born in 1950s Rome.
... including Powell’s cookbook readings and boozy summer mini-golf at 19th Hole.
READ 'EM AND EAT
Two heavy-hitting Portland restaurants and one alt-sugar food writer round out the month’s foodie must-reads.
CULTURE CALL SHEET
Plus: Portland Art Museum promises Warhol and Rodin, and Pickathon starts the party.
READ ‘EM AND EAT
Four food writers speak in the coming month on cured meats, craft distilling, and the origins of taste.
A new anthology of food writing, coedited by former Portland food critic Roger J. Porter, is an epic collection of food tales by familiar and surprising writers.
READ EM' AND EAT
Seven cookbooks to check out this month at the city's favorite literary locale.