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Keys To Survival

A St. Paddy’s Day option if you’re plowed at a bar and want to go home with your car.


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It is nearly midnight on a clear Friday. We are parked on East Burnside Street outside Rontoms, our hazard lights flashing and our windows down. The moon is full.    More
 
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 REBECCA JACOBSON

2010 Holiday Event Calendar


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Thursday, November 18, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

Monster Bash

WW walks and stalks with the ghouls of FrightTown.


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FRIGHT NIGHT: The author in his FrightTown Chop Shop lair. IMAGE: Darryl JamesIt’s hot and steamy in the cavernous bowels of Memorial Coliseum. Odors of sweat, peroxide and Domino’s pizza ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A Kick In The Arts

With Kickstarter, local entrepreneurs turn to friends and internet patrons to fund their dreams.


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ILLUSTRATION: BT LivermoreSo you’ve got this great idea to write a punk-rock math book, make 100 album covers out of beeswax or build a life-sized tractor-trailer out of sheetrock, but no money ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 RUTH BROWN

Fang Map

Hey Twi-hards, we’ve tagged every place Twilight ever filmed in Oregon. Because we’re obsessive like that.


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Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke is a brave woman. As part of the Portland stop of the official Twilight Convention, she’s volunteered to take two busloads of screaming, zealous Twi-fans on ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Riley Hooper

It’s That Time Again

The Eighth Annual Time-Based Art Festival invades Portland.


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Another year, another eye-popping array of avant-garde performance, dance installations, paintings, video and live madness from PICA’s Time-Based Art Festival. Now in its eighth year, the two-we ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 WW Arts & Culture Staff

Art On The Water

A former Navy boat becomes a studio haven for Portland artists.


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The Labrador, a massive boat docked on the Willamette River near the edge of Sauvie Island, was once used to pick up the dead in World War II. The 135-foot craft looks out of place, dwarfing all the p ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Roxanne Macmanus

Dear Mum

How’s Australia? Here’s what I think of Portland…


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Love, Ruth BrownP.S. Andy Wright took these photos.I arrived in Portland less than two months ago from Melbourne, Australia. My husband, James, was offered a job here, and I agreed to leave behind my ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 RUTH BROWN

Burning Man On The Willamette

PDX Bridge Festival raises some communal joy and art for the Hawthorne bridge’s Centennial.


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Tucker Teutsch 3.0 is here to create a spectacle. For the past 18 months, the 34-year-old local artist has served full-time as the creative director behind the PDX Bridge Festival, a new 16-day celebr ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Caitlin Giddings

BurgerQuest

Local blogger and restaurateur Nick Zukin ate 72 bistro burgers in three months to find the ultimate burger in Portland.


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Photos By Cameron BrowneUntil recently, a burger made on your own backyard grill was better than anything you could get from a diner, drive-in or drive-thru. Only with the rise of the “bistro bu ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 NICK ZUKIN
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