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Vinyl Destination

Our top three picks for record-store day.

These days, almost every hobby, obsession and food gets its own holiday. April is full of especially weird celebrations—it’s National Pecan Month, in case you forgot about the existence of the “all-American nut”—and Saturday, April 16, is no exception: It’s National Eggs Benedict Day   More
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

Nature Lover

Doing it like they do on the Sundance Channel.

Italian-born Isabella Rossellini was formerly best known for her famous parents, modeling career, roles in over 40 films, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, three books and shacking up with Martin    More
Wednesday, April 6, 2011 RUTH BROWN

Ball Busters

Art-golf and cocktails combine to fill a gaping cultural hole.

Portland! We lead the world in pinball bars, artery-clogging street food and impractical bicycles. Our dominance in childish pursuits for adults is so universally renowned that it’s generated doz   More
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

Portland Noir

Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth give PDX the private-dick treatment.

Dex is a female private investigator with a gambling problem. Her business slogan is “Taking a beating so you don’t have to,” and she’s inches away from some serious punches if she doesn’   More
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 RACHAEL DEWITT

Oh, No! It’s Devo

Which is weirder? Devo or Portland?

Devo has been popular since the ’80s. | Portland has been popular since 2001. Devo has punk-rock roots. | Portland has rootless street punks. Devo’s coolest offshoot is the Wipeouters. | Portlan   More
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 KEVIN DAVIS

From Page To Plate

Nostrana and Chef Gabrielle Hamilton make memories out of Blood, Bones and Butter.

Gabrielle Hamilton has a childhood memory of her French, ballet-dancer mother traipsing across the yard of a New Jersey dairy farm in heels and a silk scarf, smoking a cigarette, as she purchased h   More
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 RACHAEL DEWITT

Road Trip

Matt McCormick takes a look in Oregon’s rear-view mirror.

These are golden days for local filmmaker and artist Matt McCormick. His first feature film, Some Days Are Better Than Others, debuted last week at the Portland International Film Festival, and than   More
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 RICHARD SPEER


Political cables and sidecars at Rontoms.

Following WikiLeaks’ release of diplomatic cables in November 2010, a media beast was born that’s still rearing its head in the national news. Now the WikiLeaks circus is coming to Portland, but   More
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 RACHAEL DEWITT

Meat The POTUS

Nothing goes better with presidents than pork.

What do you usually do to celebrate Presidents Day? Oh, that’s right, nothing. Well, not this Monday, Feb. 21. Right now one patriotic Portlander is saluting our nation’s leaders with pork and o   More
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 RACHAEL DEWITT, KELLY CLARKE


What to do on Valentine’s Day if you really don’t want to do anything.

Don’t swap out the five-course dinner and Champagne for Swanson’s and Jim Beam just yet. If you find yourself alone on Valentine’s Day—or sharing the day with a date who hates every commerc   More
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 NIKKI VOLPICELLI

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