4130 SW 117th Ave., Beaverton, 350-1801[HIDE THE NOODLE] Yuzu is about as conspicuous from the outside as a mafia betting parlor; multiple friends have wandered aimlessly nearby, convinced the
You are where you work, we’re told. Lawyers are
argumentative assholes, and nurses are either cold or caring. It’s a
trope common in fiction since Dickens. In The Typographer’s Dream,
The Baffler editor says Portlanders should pack their bags.
Back in the ’90s, Thomas Frank’s Baffler magazine
was a cleansing hatebath lampooning both capitalist doublespeak and
squishy liberalism, the rare publication to be both smart and funny amid
Food Reviews & Stories
Tidbit Food Farm and Garden doesn’t look much like the apocalypse.
It’s a sunny
afternoon, and Portland’s newest food-cart pod—with 20 eateries, a
mobile apothecary and a school bus sell
The party of the year is vodka drunk and fish happy.
Kachka is like a party at Mom’s house—if your mom grew up near Minsk and had a weird thing for Lenin.
In a room decorated with both Soviet propaganda posters
and carved window frames from