Willamette Week - http://www.wweek.com/portland/articles.sec-1487-1-.html Sat, 19 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMT+7 en hourly 1 Keeping it Kosher - Five local rabbis pick Portland’s best bagel. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20513-keeping_it_kosher_five_local_rabbis_pick_portland%E2%80%99s_best_bagel.html Five out of five rabbis agree: Portland is still suffering from the closure of Kettleman Bagel Company. Despite the efforts of many who have stepped up to fill the bagel-shaped void, nothing has b]]> U-Lock or You Walk - Some surprising bike-theft facts from cops and bike shops. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20473-u_lock_or_you_walk_some_surprising_bike_theft_facts_from_cops_and_bike_shops.html Brian Leber watched an imposing figure roll into Bike Gallery with a road bike that had been sprayed black with truck bed-liner paint. “I knew right away it was our bike,” he says. A $2,00]]> Pot Meet Kettle - Cannabis is better for smoking than eating. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20274-pot_meet_kettle_cannabis_is_better_for_smoking_than_eating.html Toasted, rolled, burnt and baked—can one exist solely off cannabis? Hemp advocates trumpet the many great qualities of this “wonder crop,” which has been cultivated since the dawn of civil]]> Pickin’ Apples - A massive blind taste test of Portland-area apple ciders. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20600-pickin%E2%80%99_apples_a_massive_blind_taste_test_of_portland_area_apple_ciders.html Like the national census or U2’s popularity, a cider boom recurs about once a decade. We’re nearing the crest of a wave right now, according to Wandering Aengus co-owner James Kohn. “The n]]> Urban Winery Tour - Our guide to getting mashed in your own neighborhood. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-21416-urban_winery_tour_our_guide_to_getting_mashed_in_your_own_neighborhood.html Everything you need to know about your local wineries, including hours, directions and drink picks.1. Boedecker Cellars  2621 NW 30th Ave., 224-5778, boedeckercellars.com.  It’s not ca]]> Drank: Chocolate Orange Wine (Shallon Winery) - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20249-drank_chocolate_orange_wine_%28shallon_winery%29_.html Chocolate orange wine from Astoria’s Shallon Winery is all about love. Octogenarian winemaker Paul van der Veldt opened his doors in 1980 and has single-handedly run the operation since. Van d]]> Chez Dodo - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20544-chez_dodo_.html You don’t have to know where Mauritius (moh-RISH-us) is to delight in cilantro chutney-embellished vegetarian samosas ($5) at Chez Dodo. Once you pinpoint the tiny island nation in the Indian Oc]]> Top Five Films To See At POW Fest - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20350-top_five_films_to_see_at_pow_fest_.html Beat Down A runaway teen squeezes into scintillating pink spandex as she follows her wrestling dream. Deanne Foley’s film congenially captures showy wrestling, pubescent awkwardness and familia]]> <i>Pride and Prejudice and Kitties</i> - I can haz crumpetz? http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20488-pride_and_prejudice_and_kitties_i_can_haz_crumpetz.html As if cat memes haven’t vociferously enough taken over the interwebbed world, they’re digging their claws into classic literature. Pride and Prejudice and Kitties (Skyhorse, $16.95, 195 page]]> Drank: Little Saison (Pfriem Family Brewers) - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20432-drank_little_saison_%28pfriem_family_brewers%29_.html Pfriem Family Brewers, which opened in Hood River last year, has a lofty goal: capture sunlight in a bottle. Pfriem’s Little Saison, light but not little, almost gets there. Saisons began as t]]> Headout: Getting Juggy With It - Grab an old bottle and start blowing. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20359-headout_getting_juggy_with_it_grab_an_old_bottle_and_start_blowing.html Orange juice cartons, cherry-cola bottles and a wine jug litter the tables in Arlo Leach’s attic music room. He’s neither a lush nor a hoarder: He’s a jugger. According to Leach, there a]]> Yoga Issue 2014: Know Your Yoga - A guide to navigating five different types of Portland yoga studios. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-22136-yoga_issue_2014_know_your_yoga_a_guide_to_navigating_five_different_types_of_portland_yoga_studios.html Kick Your Asana How to spot it: You arrive in a lobby with all the charm of a Starbucks location and need a scan card to get into class. Two or three simple class types, like “slow” or “f]]> Sauvage: Oenogeek Chic - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20398-sauvage_oenogeek_chic_.html Although the bar is dubbed “savage” in French, nothing at Sauvage (537 SE Ash St., No. 102, 971-258-5829, sauvagepdx.com) falls below perfectly refined—except maybe the taxidermied goose imp]]> <i>St. Nicholas</i> (Corrib Theatre) - That’s some bloody good craic. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20434-st_nicholas_%28corrib_theatre%29_that%E2%80%99s_some_bloody_good_craic.html Deep into Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas, our devilish, graying narrator is engulfed by the irresistible spell of otherworldly figures, swept into their London mansion of dark wood paneling an]]> Quarter Stories - Turning Portland pay phones into time portals. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20573-quarter_stories_turning_portland_pay_phones_into_time_portals.html Portlanders are slow to part with public relics. Rather than phase out the iron hitching rings that line our curbs from the days when people actually rode horses in Portland, the city repairs and ]]> Amy Stewart, <i>The Drunken Botanist</i> - The birds and the beers. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20435-amy_stewart_the_drunken_botanist_the_birds_and_the_beers.html Amy Stewart’s The Drunken Botanist (Algonquin, 400 pages, $19.95) is a quirky exploration of the plants behind every drink menu. Part field guide for invested gardeners or bartenders, part 1,000]]> <i>Fire and Forget</i> - Born on the 11th of September. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-20410-fire_and_forget_born_on_the_11th_of_september.html Fire-and-forget missiles are launched and then left to their own devices, whizzing toward inevitable destruction. The veteran authors of Fire and Forget: Short Stories From the Long War (Da Capo]]> <i>Winemakers of the Willamette Valley</i> - More boxed than bottled. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-21513-winemakers_of_the_willamette_valley_more_boxed_than_bottled.html In conversation with Oregon oenophiles, California is a curse word. John Vincent and Vivian Perry capitalize on this fiery state pride with Winemakers of the Willamette Valley: Pioneering Vintners]]> Yoga Issue 2014: Ancient Practice - An oral history of yoga in Portland. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-22135-yoga_issue_2014_ancient_practice_an_oral_history_of_yoga_in_portland.html In Portland, yoga began with talks. As early as 1912, when this was a city of 200,000 people, enlightened Portlanders gathered in a grand old building across from today’s Paranoid Park. Clad in ]]> Beer Guide 2014: Seattle Day Sip - http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-21931-beer_guide_2014_seattle_day_sip_.html Reuben’s Brews 1406 NW 53rd Ave., 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com. Reuben’s tasting room is an industrial block filled with families, tours and the Ballard neighborhood’s larger social groups]]>