In 1910, newly arrived Italian immigrants erected a
massive warehouse at the corner of Southeast Belmont Street and 10th
Avenue, which they used as a produce market. In 2002, a fire destroyed
Art Alexakis’ Summerland tour excavates the fossils of ’90s alt-rock, but there are plenty more old bones for him to dig up.
Since his career as a legitimate rock star came to an end,
Art Alexakis has taken up a second career as a paleontologist, with a
particular focus on the post-grunge epoch. For the past three years
Well, it’s here. This week, America will celebrate its birth for the 238th time.
In Portland, the
Fourth of July is traditionally marked by honoring Article I of the
Constitution, which provid
It’s Canada’s Fourth of July, held on the First of July (because of the metric system).
When the U.S. talks independence, we say it in explosions.
Heck, even our national anthem is mostly about things blowing up. In
the days leading up to July 4, rule-abiding native Oregonians cross
Queens Bianca Del Rio and Adore Delano make us choose between experience and charisma, hatefulness and party.
Fans of the latest season of RuPaul’s Drag Race
fall in two camps: #TeamBianca or #TeamAdore. Everyone knew Bianca Del
Rio, the hateful and talented insult comic from New Orleans, would
Pairing this week’s Pedalpalooza rides with Portland Beer Week events.
THURSDAY JUNE 5
DRINK: It’s going to be a long week
of beards, bikes and beer at both Pedalpalooza and Beer Week. Start
slow, clean and crisp with Masters of Lager at Imperial Bottle Shop
Pre-funcing the Cheers to Belgian Beers Festival with other delights from the land of tripels and mussels.
Welkom! Bienvenu! Willkommen! Allow us to greet you in several of the many tongues of Belgium on the eve of Portland’s annual Cheers to Belgian Beers Festival.
Portland has many beer festivals, bu
With Maya Rudolph’s Prince tribute act coming to town, Portland’s veteran Purple Rain Man offers the SNL alum some advice.
Everyone wants to be Prince. But some are better at it than others—even Prince isn’t that great at being Prince anymore.
Maya Rudolph is the latest to try stepping into those formidable platforms