Fire-and-forget missiles are launched and
then left to their own devices, whizzing toward inevitable destruction.
The veteran authors of Fire and Forget: Short Stories From the Long War
Although the bar is dubbed “savage” in French, nothing at Sauvage (537 SE Ash St., No. 102, 971-258-5829, sauvagepdx.com)
falls below perfectly refined—except maybe the taxidermied goose
Caffe Destino serves up mathematical art and mochas
In honor of Pi Day, here’s a mathematical query related to phi: What shape’s surface area, when divided by the area of a square of its same dimensions, equals the golden ratio? The DOR (direct opposite reverse), of course! Caffe De...More
Movie Reviews & Stories
A runaway teen squeezes into scintillating pink spandex as
she follows her wrestling dream. Deanne Foley’s film congenially
captures showy wrestling, pubescent awkwardness and familia
When the University of Portland president gives his annual fireside chat he's looking for conversation, not controversy. But when president Fr. William Beauchamp spoke on Monday, Feb. 18, he—perhaps accidentally—ignited a gay rights fight on the Catholic campus.
I'm a senior at UP, and this is the most charged I've ever seen campus.
The battle centers on UP’s nondiscrimination policy, ...
Food Reviews & Stories
Toasted, rolled, burnt and baked—can one
exist solely off cannabis? Hemp advocates trumpet the many great
qualities of this “wonder crop,” which has been cultivated since the
dawn of civil
Chocolate orange wine from Astoria’s
Shallon Winery is all about love. Octogenarian winemaker Paul van der
Veldt opened his doors in 1980 and has single-handedly run the operation
since. Van d
Imagine a Portland without rain. Richard Moore’s Rain! The Musical sees fallen rock star Turner returning to a dried-out Rose City. Liquid sunshine has been replaced by productivity in the re-christened “city that works.” As Turner finds himself in a world of assistants named Theresa and an overworked, undersexed ex-girlfriend, the audience enters his rockified musical dream. With a b...
What just happened? Joseph Campbell’s “collective unconscious” meets the collective creativity of Portland’s Milepost 5 artistic community in this art/theater/dance installation, presented by HumanBeingCurious Productions. Attendees find themselves greeted with a papier-mache mask that smells vaguely of paste and whisked into a swirly-whirly universe of philosophical quandaries. Only this ...