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Gina Gibney Dance

Thoroughly modern Gina hotwires live art.


Performance
New York-based choreographer Gina Gibney is a modern woman. Modern in the primal, big-bang sense of modernity that produced such dance titans as Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis and Martha Graham. While ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Tim Duroche

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
Not only one of the most welcoming carts in downtown, Sawasdee is without a doubt one of the most popular and consistently excellent around. Ultra-fresh vegetables, a stealthy House Special (red curry with peanut sauce, broccoli, carrots and cabbage), chile paste fried rice with cashews, fragrant sa   More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 Tim Duroche

The Real WB

Local dancemakers Cydney Wilkes and Mike Barber dream the Impasse-able dream.


Performance
It doesn't really matter whether you know a thing about dance or performance. We all know spark and chemistry when we see it. We've all witnessed that sort of partnership that brims with combustible j ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 Tim Duroche

Compagnie Tchétché

The eagle has landed: Compagnie Tchétché and the new face of African dance.


Performance
When most people think of African dance they imagine celebratory, picture-postcard ritualized movements—swooping arms, undulant shoulders, thundering foot-stamps. But there's a revolutionary cad ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 Tim Duroche

The Return Of Eva Yerbabuena

White Bird celebrates strong women in fabulous shoes.


Performance
Take a close look at the landscape of dance and music both at home and around the world and you might find yourself asking the Seinfeldian rhetorical question: What's the deal with flamenco? The shoes ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 22, 2006 Tim Duroche

Jazz Loses Room With A View


Sung to the tune of “Cry Me a River”: Alexander's on the 23rd floor of the downtown Hilton—the skyscraping jazz-bôite with spectacular manifest -destiny views of this fair city—will close its doors, wheezing its final rendition of “Stardust” on December 16. And while j...   More
 
Friday, November 17, 2006 by Tim Duroche

Oregon Ballet Theatre

All in the family: OBT's The Four Temperaments, Adin, The Concert


Performance
Christopher Stowell is a child of ballet's neoclassical impulse. Growing up in a household aglow with George Balanchine's influence (his parents, Pacific Northwest Ballet former co-directors Francia R ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 18, 2006 Tim Duroche

Restaurant Guide 2006


Food Reviews & Stories
A gem in the rough, CV (founded by Zefiro, Higgins and Caffe Mingo vet Vito DiLullo) is a defiantly upscale, luxurious presence on Northeast's laid-back (and still funky) Alberta Street. Italian food and Northwest seasonal-fresh ingredients are done simply but with elegance, and an often rough dispa   More
 
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 Tim Duroche

Restaurant Guide 2006


Food Reviews & Stories
The rich, Pearl District sister (or bésame mucho'd second cousin) of Northeast 28th Avenue stalwart Taqueria Nueve, DF (dae-eff-ay—for distrito federal, the district that embraces Mexico City's core) may be one of the best reasons to head to the beyond-the-trolley-track outskirts of the   More
 
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 Tim Duroche

Classical Savion

White Bird kicks off its season with a real toe-tapper.


Performance
[DANCE] What does the greatest dancer of his generation do after having worked with the Muppets and McCoy Tyner, both da noize and da funk, Spike Lee, Ornette Coleman and giants of tap like the late, ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 13, 2006 Tim Duroche
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