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HUNGRY CITY: Pop-Up Cooking Class Takes Over City Hall on Tuesday

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Summer in Oregon often means navigating between temperamental weather, countless festivals, and harvesting a ridiculous amount of colorful fruit and veggies. It’s not options that there’s a shortage of, but time. In the case of Oregon's bountiful produce, how can you take the goods that come from living in such a fertile valley and translate 'em into a delicious summer meal? On Tuesday, Port...   More
 
Monday, August 8, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING

Sausage Fest

Gorilla Meats Co. takes charcuterie underground.


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It’s 2 pm on a Wednesday afternoon and Bryan Rudd and Mike Malone are hanging out: drinking white wine, listening to Eurythmics and shoving pounds of fat-flecked ground kielbasa into a sausage st   More
 
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 NATASHA GEILING

Best of Portland 2011: Then & Now


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1985 - Best Pizza Thrower Dave Hite is something of a hero among working-class eaters. Before the bespectacled young man from Spokane, best known as the dapper saxophone player for the Fabulous K-T   More
 
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 ASHLEY COLLMAN, NATASHA GEILING, REED JACKSON, EVAN SERNOFFSKY, BEN WATERHOUSE

Streetwalkers

Alley 33 turns a road into a runway.


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Portland fashion can be baffling—at least judging from the hodgepodge of hiking boots, cycling shorts and painstakingly planned thrifted ensembles you see sauntering down our city’s sidewalks. B   More
 
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 NATASHA GEILING

Free Slurpees, People

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Cheapskate alert: You can stop by 7-Eleven on Monday, 7/11/11, for a free Slurpee.To celebrate their 84th year of existence and 7-Eleven Day, participating locations across Oregon will be dolling out free 7.11 ounce Slurpees (a little under a fourth the size of the colossal Big Gulp) all day. If you're looking to get a little more involved in the celebration, one special 7-Eleven (7170 Beaverton H...   More
 
Monday, July 11, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING

Citybikes Celebrates its 21er with a Block Party This Saturday

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For over two decades, Citybikes has run a successful, cooperative-structured bike business, and they’re ready to celebrate. On Saturday, July 9 friends and workers will take over the streets between SE 8th Ave and Ankeny to throw a six-hour birthday party, which will also double as a benefit for Bikes f...   More
 
Thursday, July 7, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING

Let the Cirque Be Unbroken

Dralion Reviewed

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You’ve been to the Rose Garden, but you’ve probably never seen it like this.
The space is immense and dark, with steam wafting mysteriously from the edges of a round platform.   More
 
Thursday, June 16, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING

Summer Guide 2011: Summer Events Calendar


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June 17-19: Portland Pride This year’s official theme is “Make It Happen!,” and the “it” is pride. Events include the Pulse dance party, Waterfront Festival, Dyke March, Pride Drag Race an   More
 
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 ASHLEY COLLMAN, NATASHA GEILING, KAREN LOCKE

Dining Month Portland Returns

61 Portland restaurants will offer $25 prix fixe menus in June.

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In life, you often get what you pay for; when it comes to dining out, a top-notch meal often concludes with a high-price bill. June, however, offers a break from this depressingly traditional economic theory.   More
 
Thursday, May 26, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING

Archival Exhibit Takes a Page from Willamette Week

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The maiden exhibit at Southeast Portland's new YU contemporary art center, Selections from the PCVA Archive, recalls a time when Portland attracted big names in contemporary art and local media covered them with fervor. The exhibit features archival documentation of works by artists such as Chuck Close, John Ca...   More
 
Thursday, May 19, 2011 by NATASHA GEILING
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