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Play with Trash: Hijinks to Benefit Ban the Bag Campaign Tonight

I know, I know. When you hear about Ban the Bag campaigns, you're probably thinking the same thing I am, which is: Portland can't ban plastic bags! If we ban plastic bags, what will we pick up our dog's poop in?

Just kidding (mostly)!

Au contraire. Plastic bags and...   More
Tuesday, April 21, 2009 by Adrienne So

Save the Whales By Shopping: Buffalo Exchange Dollar Day Whale Benefit

Okay, so some of you have quibbles with sustainable fashion--for what reason, I know not, because fashion can be just as sustainable as any hobby. It's just like hiking, only with fewer plants.

In any case, Buffalo Exchange is making the connection between environment...   More
Monday, April 20, 2009 by Adrienne So

Eco-Celeb-Struck: Oregon League of Conservation Voters' Dinner for the Environment

Ed note: Updated with clarification from OLCV—tickets are not tax deductible, but still totally worth the money (thanks Toby!)

Why is it so exciting when people come out of your TV and you realize that they exist in real life?    More
Thursday, April 16, 2009 by Adrienne So

Thursday Style Update: Things I Learned as a Long-Hair Model

I was asked to be a long-hair model at Belle Epoque Salon last night. Felicity, a big-shot celebrity stylist who styles models for national Fashion Weeks and MTV was going to be in town to teach a demo and also push Kevin Murphy products. I arrived at 4 pm and had my long, lo...   More
Thursday, April 16, 2009 by Adrienne So

It's a River Par-tay: University of Portland Willamette River Fest April 15

Ah, the mighty Willamette, lifeblood of Oregon. Who can bike along its banks in the height of summer without thinking of its beauty, its majesty...how likely it is that a stray splash will cause a rash, or perhaps a more permanent skin condition...

We have a vested in...   More
Tuesday, April 14, 2009 by Adrienne So

Sylvie Tarpinian

Dishing pageant secrets and teaching Miss Oregon how to play pinball.

Q & A
Does anyone even watch the Miss USA pageant anymore? Ogling perfectly turned-out girls in identical swimsuits can seem a little démodé, especially when you can watch girls with bigger ha ...   More
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 Adrienne So

Eating Can Change the World: Dine for Mercy Corps Today!

Oh, the recession. We clip coupons and pinch pennies, and going out to eat feels as sinful and self-indulgent as taking a bath in cologne and Bling water. Well, feel guilty no longer—or at least, just for today. Today, ...   More
Tuesday, April 7, 2009 by Adrienne So

Eat Mobile 2009

Food Reviews & Stories
Getting a fizz on a hot summer afternoon has become a Mississippi neighborhood tradition. Tucked onto a small lot beside Mississippi Records, the quaint, steel-sided cart would look equally at home on a dusty Alabama roadside, but the food is fresh, delicious and totally Northwestern. Owner Nancye B   More
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Adrienne So

Eat Mobile 2009

Food Reviews & Stories
One-handed consumption makes the Dutch taco (waffle “taco” with fillings) the most convenient brunch experience in town. Banish your hangover with sausage patties and maple syrup ($4.50), or get a gooey lunch with the ham and cheese ($4). Like all things, the wafflaco can be taken too fa   More
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Adrienne So

Man vs. Wild

From foraging to fermentation, how to hone your natural instinct on a budget.

Featured Stories
You can take the man out of the wild, but you can’t take the wild out of the man. Or, better said: you shouldn’t. The sun is coming out, the rains are receding, and nature calls. Who cares ...   More
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Adrienne So
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