Given the amount of ink spilled on our other basic
desires—sex, love, wealth and power—the number of plays that address
hunger is surprisingly small. This is not true of any other art form;
Where's the Star Trek shot? Don't worry, I haven't run out. But this week we're celebrating the bizarre news that North Killingsworth chippy The Fish & Chip Shop has opened a Doctor Who-themed bar, the TARDIS Room.
Other big news: B...More
Murder, conspiracy and apocalypse! No, it’s not the latest
Ron Paul slogan. As grim as the farcical presidential race has become,
it has nothing on some of the bloody, unsettling and bizarre pla
Things fall apart, but not in the way you’d guess.
It’s a setup for farce: In the wake of America’s financial
and emotional collapse of 2007, Hannah (Rebecca Lingafelter), a tightly
wound lawyer, desperately tries to stay in control despite a
It’s a terrifying time: The president of the United States
has been granted legal authority to hold anyone deemed a threat to the
nation indefinitely, without trial, and even to order the assass
Food Reviews & Stories
Run an image search for “torta” and you’ll find many small
variations on a single theme: lots of meat, avocado and shredded
iceberg lettuce stuffed in an enormous loaf of soft, lightly crust
A guide to alternative medicine for the bewildered.
Why are Portlanders so drawn to therapies
outside the medical mainstream? Maybe it’s our general love of
deviance, or just because we’re broke, unemployed and can’t afford a
trip to Kaiser
The reunion begins with a sacrifice. Milquetoast computer
programmer Pam (Kerry Ryan) arrives home to find her
metalworker-novelist husband, Richard (Mario Calcagno), preparing a lamb
The lead feature of the just-released January issue of Portland Monthly is a compendium (edited by former WW staffer Zach Dundas) of "The 50 Most Influential Portlanders." The list includes both former WW intern and columnist Mike Thelin and current...
Via Tribunali and Oven and Shaker vie for downtown pizza dominance.
Food Reviews & Stories
How’s this for timing: Two Neapolitan pizza places
happened to open nearly simultaneously in downtown Portland, both
serving authentic thin-crust pizza at affordable prices. Each has been