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The Iditarod is Tweet!



Rachael Scdoris of Alfalfa, Ore., is 24, legally blind, and at this exact moment, commanding a team of sled dogs across Alaska's icy Iditarod Trail in the famous 1,161-mile race....   More
 
Friday, March 13, 2009 by Megan Brescini

Cheap Eats 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Ziba herself serves Bosnian pitas from the flip-up window of this cozy camper. The dough is buttery and thin, crisp on the outside and hot and gooey on the inside. The choice of fillings will satisfy herbivores and carnivores equally, with feta cheese, spinach or zucchini for the veggies. The Burek    More
 
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 Megan Brescini

Drink 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
I do enjoy a good double entendre, and Bar of the Gods, always abbreviated B.O.G., is an accurate name in both of its meanings. You can certainly get mired down in this pantheon of booze, as the drinks are strong and cheap. The bar is dark and inviting, with strings of grape lights overhead, doing l   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Megan Brescini

Drink 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Crush, Southeast Portland’s de facto queer dance club, is the kind of place where everyone is welcome to join the party, regardless of whom one prefers to bone. The bar up front is classy without being pretentious—sure, the well drinks start at $5, but the juice is fresh and the pours ar   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Megan Brescini

Drink 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
The Teardrop makes me feel classy: I have to pretend I’m loaded to drop $8 for a cocktail that will get me loaded. The drinks are worth the price—part works of art, for their truly imaginative combinations, and part science, for the precision of their preparation. That’s right: Thi   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Megan Brescini

Drink 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
One of the most striking bars we’ve ever visited, the Back Stage occupies the capacious seven-story space behind the Bagdad Theater’s very tall stage. Red and yellow lights twinkle above the catwalk, some 75 feet overhead. The heavy wood bar stands like an anchor to those dreamy heights.   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Megan Brescini
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