BAGELGATE FALLOUT CONTINUES: Proving that Portlanders simply will not tolerate non-boiled bagels,
Denver-based Einstein Bros. pulled the plug on three local stores last
week, only a year and a hal
THURSDAY APRIL 18
AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL
[DANCE] In this ode to American music,
Oregon Ballet Theatre premieres three pieces, two set to classic
orchestral scores and one to the earnest, folksy
GRIMM DEPARTURE: A funny moment occurred at Funhouse Lounge on April 6, when writer-director Steve Coker ducked out halfway through his own play, a performance of Varsity Cheerleader Werewolves From O
WEDNESDAY APRIL 10
CIRCA[DANCE] Not quite the Ringling Brothers
and not quite Cirque du Soleil, Australian company Circa combines
contemporary dance with circus acrobatics. Seven tight-bodied per
Portland is America’s best bike city. Why does anyone here drive?
Portland is hell on four wheels.
Our roads are clogged
with a noxious blend of light-footed Prius drivers, manic transplants
in Volvos and frustrated guys in F-150s who seem convinced their ball
Indie, artisan wineries from the West Coast—the Willamette to Napa valleys—rush Portland with their rare and hard-to-find bottles of pinot noir to primitivo. Taste unknown vintages alongside bites from local chefs. Leftbank Annex, 101 N Weidler St. 5:30-8:30 pm. $75. 21+.
HOOK US UP: Finally, the Portland trend that makes the most sense of any Portland trend, ever, is spreading: On April 4 at 5 pm, Green Castle Food Court (1930 NE Everett St.) gets its first hookah car