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A Match Made in Heaven

[FESTIVALS&FOODIES] I traded eggnog for winter ales long ago. Potent, rich and generous on the booze, they’re a better allocation of calories for the professional eater. Unfortunately (like eggn ...   More
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Mike Thelin

East and Eden

The public market has lost its digs. Should it shift its gaze eastward?

z-Eat Me
After a Portland Development Commission vote, the Portland Public Market’s nearly decade-long search for a home has collapsed again. The Pacific Northwest College of Art outmaneuvered backers of ...   More
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 Mike Thelin

Clinton Inhales

Fresh bread, bowling and the best five-buck noodles in town.

z-Eat Me
South Waterfront condos have river views and the Pearl District has neon totem poles, but here’s a condo amenity that beats ’em all—the lucky residents of the Clinton Condominiums wi ...   More
Wednesday, November 14, 2007 Mike Thelin

Buzz Champions!

A huge congrats to local coffee champs! Albina Press' Billy Wilson and Kevin Fuller placed first and third respectively among about 20 professional baristas last weekend at the Northwest Regional Barista Championship in Seattle. The Albina Press...   More
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 by Mike Thelin

Move Could Shut Out Public Market

We've heard word of another setback to the proposed Portland Public Market, which has already changed its desired location twice in the past year. The PDC issued a press release Friday, Nov. 9, that stated it would vote...   More
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 by Mike Thelin

Pecha Kucha to Make Portland Debut at the Ace Hotel

The London Times
calls Pecha Kucha a grown-up show and tell, Wired dubs it "compelling" and its founders—two Tokyo architects—envisioned it in part as a way to introduce brevity to an often garrulous medium: the s...   More
Friday, November 9, 2007 by Mike Thelin

Michael Hebb in New York Times

Read it here first. The New York Times waxes on Hebb the disgraced rebel and Seattle's sloppy seconds.

A WW contributor gets to tie on the...   More
Wednesday, November 7, 2007 by Mike Thelin

Are You Kitchen Literate?

An Oregon author wants to re-educate your pie hole.

z-Eat Me
Technology has been adding new links to the food chain for a century, but thanks to books like Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma , our disconnect with what we eat is common cocktail ...   More
Wednesday, November 7, 2007 Mike Thelin

Food Invasion

imperialism doesn’t always suck.

z-Eat Me
WW’ s recent Restaurant Guide debut made for busy Portland restaurants, so I skipped town, landing at the Seattle Vietnamese eatery Monsoon (615 19th Ave. E., Seattle, 206-325-2111) just minut ...   More
Wednesday, October 31, 2007 Mike Thelin

At First Bite

New joints, good coffee and beach food.

z-Eat Me
That Portland’s South Waterfront was predestined to become a beach town is not a surprise. Right from the get-go, its deep-pocketed master planners—including Pearl honcho Homer Williams&md ...   More
Wednesday, October 24, 2007 Mike Thelin
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