Cutting-edge local tools to make your spring ruts bear fruit.
In a city of backyard plots and community gardens, it
shouldn’t surprise you that there’s also a bumper crop of local
companies making tools for our own particular gardening needs—whether
1. Pure Sweet Almond massage oil
Escential Lotions & Oils, escentialonline.com. 16 ounces, $13.50.
The moisturizer is pressed from California almonds and
produced at Southeast Hawthorne
Antennas are back, baby. Here’s what you need to see the Super Bowl in HDTV for free.
This Sunday, the Denver Broncos and
Seattle Seahawks will play in Super Bowl XLVIII. We’ve got an old-school
master of pocket passing, Peyton Manning, facing the league’s best
defense and th
A local gear guide for Portland’s urban lumberjacks.
1. Bluer Denim
Classic taper in raw selvage
These rugged, all-American jeans are designed in Portland,
made from cotton grown in Georgia, woven on shuttle looms in North
Bogs Carson boots
Available at bogsfootwear.com, Next Adventure and REI. $120.
Portland’s permapuddle demands a good
pair of rubber boots, stylish enough to wear into a bar, withou
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Stuff to help you enjoy riding your bike for the six wet months to come.
Photos by Misha Ashton mooreThere’s a lot to be said for biking in the rain. Sure,
Portland’s winter skies are gray and leaky and the sun falls behind the
West Hills so, so fast. On the othe
Remembering the night Dave Chappelle took over Portland—and didn’t even perform.
Forget the Arab Spring: For me, the true power of social
media emerged on July 14, 2009, the day Dave Chappelle shut down
Portland. A rumor, spread via Twitter, that the elusive comic was
Newcomer Amy Miller explains Portland’s comedy booms and busts.
Cat photos. Cat photos. Girls in yoga pants. Cat photos. Tupac shrine. Pizza. Purple weed. Arrested Development GIFs. Wait, what’s this on my Tumblr feed? Oh, it’s Beaverton-bred standup comic Ian
128 bytes and 35 years later, people are still making new games for the Atari 2600.
One summer day in 1989, my family found
an Atari 2600 at a yard sale. Even then, it was a wood-paneled relic of a
simpler time, before slap bracelets or mutated turtles. My parents were