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Gay For Days!

We’ve got your last-minute guide to Pride.

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So much Pride. So little time. With tons of events going on all over town in celebration of queer culture, Pride Week is more like Pride Overload. Really, how much pride can a diverse community contin ...   More
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 Byron Beck And Sara Moskovitz

Village People

We haven’t visited the Rose Fest’s Waterfront Village for years. So we sent our intern instead.

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I’m being hit with culture shock in my own goddamn town. Why is that Wayne Campbell look-alike wearing two fanny packs? Should I call someone about that screaming woman dragging her toddler on a ...   More
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 WHITNEY HAWKE

The Trees Have Eyes

Christopher LaMarca’s camera captures the standoff over Oregon’s old-growth forests.

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After years of backpacking through the Bull of the Woods Wilderness in the Cascades, New York- and Portland-based photojournalist Christopher LaMarca felt a personal connection to Oregon’s vast ...   More
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 Joseph Watts

Summer Arts Calendar 2008

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Download the PDF Version Here » JUNE 5 — 28 [VISUAL ARTS] Tilt’s third annual juried show brings five nationally known artists (Lorraine Dauw, Stephen Funk, Danielle Kelly, C ...   More
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 Brett Campbell, Sara Moskovitz, Richard Speer, Ben Waterhouse And Heather Wisner

Where’s the Beef?

Just in time for burger season, Carin Moonin chows on PDX’s meatless options.

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A good veggie burger is supposed to make you not miss meat. But I don’t miss meat. I had my last “real” burger in 1995, and I haven’t longed for one since. That said, I do rem ...   More
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 CARIN MOONIN

Uncle Rhabdo Wants You

Portland’s CrossFit acolytes feel the burn.

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In a garage-sized gym on Northwest Overton Street, I’m reliving my sixth-grade gym class.The workout group at Recreate Fitness has just warmed up by skipping hopscotch, doing pull-ups on gymnast ...   More
Wednesday, May 14, 2008 Ian Gillingham

On A Roll

Portland’s bike-based food businesses are picking up speed.

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Portland seems to be always ahead of the curve in two areas: food and bikes. The two are colliding with incredible force this spring, as bicycle-based food businesses sprout like daisies, from a bike- ...   More
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

Garden Of Eatin’

Happy hour at Sho Dozono's place.

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There is only one reason to review Bush Garden, Portland’s most established Japanese restaurant—and surely the only one located on the ground floor of a city-owned parking garage—rig ...   More
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 COREY PEIN

Mommie Fiercest

Portland invaded by vampires…and “stalker” moms?

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This is a story about soccer moms. Or, more specifically, sweet yet utterly obsessed moms and the lengths to which they go to chat with their favorite imaginary teen vampire. This is the world of Twil ...   More
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 Byron Beck

Family Tree

Lewi Longmire, “The Session Player’s Session Player,” branches out.

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Lewi Longmire’s preferred list of his own recordings runs 42 albums—the complete discography (from acoustic to rock to Valvoline ad spots) would choke a Nano. Regarding live shows, it&rsqu ...   More
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 JAY HORTON
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