Clear Creek Distillery
to meet the master.CorksCru
to feel the chill in your bonesHollywood Fred Meyer
’cause it’s so darn cute.Stone Barn Brandyworks
to ogle the machines.Mr. Green Beans
to learn to roast it yourself.Serenity Art
for an education in fermented tea.Stumptown Annex
for a cupping.Townshend’s Alberta
to learn alchemy. Livingscape Nursery
to indulge your back-to-the-land fantasies. Rose’s Equipment & Supply
to load up on kitchen basics. Sharpening4U
Benessere Olive Oils and Balsamic
to taste them all.Bob’s Red Mill Whole Grain Storejust for the smell of it.Cacao
to discover a new world of chocolate.Cheese Bar
to taste the ware
Beaverton Farmers Market Southwest Hall Boulevard between 3rd and 5th streets. 8
am-1:30 pm Saturdays, Through Nov. 17; 3-6 pm Wednesdays, June 20-Aug.
29. beavertonfarmersmarket.com. Cedar Mi
For cooks too lazy or landless to grow
their own food, community-supported agriculture is the easiest and most
economical way to ensure you always have fresh produce on hand. CSAs are
10 local acts that Portland’s music insiders think you should hear.
This isn’t a list of our favorite bands.
If it were, there’d be a big picture of Everclear on the cover. Not the
real Everclear—just Art Alexakis and the scabs he hired for his upcoming
The Willamette River divides Portland.
Not just physically,
east from west, or in the inconvenient gulf that opens whenever a bridge
is up. The Willamette shows us the ways we embrace, and betra
Live from David Douglas High School, it's an unscripted evening of tough questions for the mayoral candidates. We're calling it Mayoral Debate Club, co-sponsored by KATU.
Charlie Hales, Eileen Brady and Jefferson Smith better cram: No topic is too advanced. And it's free! Where: David Douglas Performing Arts Center, 1400 SE 130th Ave. When: 7 pm, Sunday,...