Sunday, Oct. 16, is National Boss Day. Why does such a
thing exist? Could it be that there are bosses out there who, unlike our
own cruel and capricious overseer, are so beloved by their underlings
UPDATE: Nominations have now closed and a winner has been chosen. The enthusiastic response has truly warmed our cold, cynical hearts. Thanks to everyone who send in nominations.
Oct. 16 is National Boss Day and we're looking for Portland's best boss. Does your boss buy the office doughnuts every week? Do they organize company vacations in Hawaii? Do they give you a hug every morning just to le...
On Saturday morning, two of America’s most influential cultural figures were sitting in the bowels of Wieden + Kennedy, arguing about pictures of cats and My Little Pony fans, while several hundred people stared and took notes. It was just one of many slightly surreal scenes at ROFLcon Summit—a spin-off of the larger ROFLcon Interne...
WW's annual Restaurant Guide will hit the streets Oct. 19. As always, it features our pick of the 100 best restaurants in Portland—but only one will receive the coveted title of Restaurant of the Year.
This year, we'll be releasing the guide with a special dinner at that restaurant, and you're invited.
Just one catch: we aren't going to tell you where it is until the day of the event.
Rogue Ales' latest creation appeared in the WW office this morning, a collaboration with Voodoo Doughnuts called the Bacon Maple Ale, based on That Doughnut. Whilst we're loath to give any attention to this blatant gimmickry, after tasting it, we feel a civic obligation to warn anyone who might be considering splashing $156 on a case....
It's no new news that Stumptown Coffee founder Duane Sorenson is opening a restaurant on Southeast Division Street next to the original Stumptown Coffee location (though here's a little factoid: the business was originally registered as Haymaker in 2008,...
Dig a Pony (736 SE Grand, 971-279-4409)
is a big bar. Housed in the former Niki’s Restaurant building near the
Morrison Bridge, its high, exposed wood-beam ceilings, floor-to-ceiling
As reported everywhere this week, Thai restaurant tycoon Andy Ricker has announced he will be opening a third eatery on Southeast Division Street, already home to Pok Pok and Whiskey Soda Lounge. Ricker has scored the building soon to be vacated by Kappaya Restaurant at Southeast 33rd Avenue, where he plans to open a restaurant based on a Tha...