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Restaurant Guide 2012: Inside the Kitchen at Aviary and Smallwares


WW's 2012 Restaurant Guide is out today—as always, it is a beautiful full-color magazine full of food porn and excellent advice. And it's free. You really should pick up a copy. But we also wanted to offer a little something extra for our readers on the information superhighway, so we sent multimedia jou...   More
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 by EMILEE BOOHER

Album Review: Weinland

Los Processaur (Woodphone/Jealous Butcher)

Album Reviews
[FOLK ROCK] Forget the quiet, rainy-day Weinland of yesteryear. Within the first few measures of opening track “Bones Cracking In,” the Portland band’s fourth album, Los Processaur, deviat   More
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Home Is Where the Guitar Is

M. Ward finally finds his way back to Portland.

Music Stories
M. Ward has been busy. Aside from building his own well-established repertoire, the guitar-savvy, gravelly voiced musician and...   More
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Album Review: Black Prairie

A Tear in the Eye Is a Wound in the Heart (Sugar Hill)

Album Reviews
[WORLDLY ACOUSTIC] For the five members of Black Prairie—all of whom come from well-established acts such as the Decemberists and Dolorean—the band is an experimental melting pot. Letting lo   More
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Greylag: Wednesday, Aug. 29

A late-night jam in Louisville begets a great band in Portland. Who’da thunk?

Music Stories
[INDIE FOLK] In 2007, Daniel Dixon left his home in California to chase a girl in Louisville. Instead, his stay in Kentucky yielded a fateful encounter with Andrew Stonestreet. The first night the   More
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Live Reel: Harlowe and the Great North Woods

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Portland’s Harlowe and the Great North Woods may be a fledgling act, but they've got some talent to share. Band members Mark Robertson, Chris Miller, Bob Reynolds and Andrew Campbell delivered an intimate candlelit performance in a small, rustic North Portland cabin for this Live Reel session. Dodging all of the obvious fire hazard...   More
Thursday, July 19, 2012 by EMILEE BOOHER

Shadows On Stars: Wednesday, July 4

No one looks like a badass in sweatpants.

Music Stories
[POP WITH SWAGGER] Before meeting Brian Vincent and Randa Leigh of Portland’s Shadows on Stars, one imagines them as badasses with synthesizers who just don’t give a fuck. In photos and videos   More
Wednesday, July 4, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

LocalCut's Live Reel: Wild Ones, "Rivals"


For LocalCut’s second Live Reel shoot, we hauled Portland’s Wild Ones and an elevator’s worth of instruments to the atrium of Noble Rot, a restaurant and wine bar on East Burnside with a mighty fine view of downtown. Playing a semi-electric set—which included a small Casio keyboard an...   More
Friday, June 29, 2012 by EMILEE BOOHER

LocalCut's Live Reel: St. Even (Exclusive Video)


We are happy to announce the first installment of Live Reel, a new LocalCut video series that features local artists performing live songs in various locations—meaning, pretty much wherever we can find that will fit musicians and their instruments. The goal is to capture unique and intimate performances specific to Portland’s music scene by getting up close and personal with the city’s bands...   More
Friday, June 15, 2012 by EMILEE BOOHER

Truckstop Darlin’: Saturday, June 9

How many twangs does it take to get to the alt-country center of a local rock band?

Music Stories
[TWANG-ROCK] When Nick Foltz’s input dislodged from his bass during a recent Truckstop Darlin’ performance, he ran offstage mid-song in search of a quick fix. Within less than two tunes, he ha   More
Wednesday, June 6, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER
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