TILT IT DOWN: The third location of Tilt burgers has been hit with an eviction notice before it even opened.
A sign on the door of the new restaurant at the east end of the
Burnside Bridge include
WEDNESDAY FEB. 18
[VIRTUAL ART] Using computer algorithms
to create faux “brushstrokes,” artist Jeremy Rotsztain layers myriad
ribbons of color, which he distorts through d
Friday, Feb. 13How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes [THEATER] $10 of every ticket goes toward a $1,000 pile of money, and y’all gotta figure out how to spend it to save the world. What could be ass-numbing bleacher fare becomes a real and rare chance to think together. Portland Playhouse, 602 NE Prescott St., 488-5822, portlandplayhouse.org. 7:30 pm. $40 ($20 rush.)</...More
BUDGET WEED: Washington state’s largest recreational weed seller, Vancouver’s New Vansterdam, is aiming to match street prices with a new 10-for-$10 program.
“We understand the original intent
Ranking Portland Valentine's Day events, from hot to not.
Illustration by Annie SeoSir Mix-A-LotSongs about butts, sponsored by a weed store. Plus a band called Smoochknob. Is anything more romantic? Dante’s, 350 W Burnside St., 345-7892, 9 pm, $20, 21+.
WEDNESDAY FEB. 11
[CAMBODIA ROCKS] An L.A.-based group
trucking in Southeast Asia’s funky back catalog, Dengue Fever just
released its fifth album, The Deepest Lake, which, whil
Friday, Feb. 6Joyce Carol Oates Literary legend Joyce Carol Oates brings her inimitable voice to play in a timely new novel steeped in racial tension that erupts when a 14-year-old girl is the victim of a violent crime. The Sacrifice forces a reflection on our insatiable thirst for sensationalism and revenge while challenging complex social issues. Don�...
THIS BUD’S FOR BROS: Budweiser’s Super Bowl commercial mocking craft beer
seemed to fans in the Northwest like Anheuser-Busch shooting itself in
the foot, given Bud just bought Bend’s 10 Bar
THURSDAY FEB. 5
[TALK AND IMBIBE] National Book Award
winner Barry Lopez kicks off Oregon Humanities’ annual
Think & Drink series. Though most widely known for his travel and
GHOST OF BARS PAST: What’s going in the former Wildwood space?
Last week, passers-by on Northwest 21st Avenue—including a former chef
at the restaurant—saw what appeared to be a new restaura