Peter Buck talks life after R.E.M., his solo records, sabotaging the Verve, hitchhiking in Portland and not talking to the media.
Peter Buck doesn’t need me.
Thirty years amassing
one of the most sanctified discographies in American music—and a bank
account festooned with zeroes—has ensured him of that. R.E.M., the
Now with new, improved, shorter lines at the carts!
Food & Drink
Eat Mobile, Willamette Week’s seventh annual food cart festival, has announced its 2014 cart roster. (Buy tickets here.) To bring you the best grazing grounds and taste of the Portland food-cart scene, the list spans a variety of cuisines, locations and years in operation. Participating carts include: 808 Grinds Bamboo CaféBardo's Grill Bro Dogs Creperie du Lys Dalo's Food ...
Which Portland bar...
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The pickleback cocktail comes straight outta Bushwick, it looks like pee, and it puts out fires.
“Are you seriously going to drink that?” is not a phrase you
often hear at a Portland dive. But on an unusually warm early spring
evening at Church (page 16), everyone else crowded around the
Fit men’s and women’s shoes
At first look, something seems off. On second look, it
becomes clear that Wilsonville-based Skora’s newest line of running
Pickle chasers, drunken cornhole, wine pubs of the future and everything else you need to know about Portland bars this year.
Our livers hurt, but our hearts are full.
To make this guide to Portland bars, we have traveled the
wine lounges and beer pubs of Portland, the cocktail halls and juke
joints and paint-thinner
Bailey’s Taproom is perhaps the best beer bar in Portland,
from the bartenders who pretty much always know the beers on tap,
however rare, to the warm-toned room and ever-rotating stock of beer.
The original Bitter End Pub was a
dim, dirty dive that germinated an army of Portland Timbers soccer fans,
and when it closed in 2013, some keened deeply for bygone days of
Gay bars are passé these days. The queer bar of today
wears so many labels it’s an LGBTIQQA blur. Crush lays it out in its
logo: three pairs of restroom figures—two men, two women, and a man
If you live in the Foster-Powell neighborhood, I hope you
like beer. More specifically, I hope you like pale ales of the Indian
persuasion by way of the Northwest. Because, if you’re at the corn