Sure, we’re about to vote on fluoride, but also on issues about kids and open spaces. Here are WW’s endorsements for the May 21 ballot.
Many election battles vow an eye for an eye. But this spring’s fight is something even fiercer: a tooth for a tooth.
election—held in a season when voters might be understandably
For a second consecutive year, a Portland high school takes top honors
Don’t call it a dynasty just yet, but for the second year in a row a Portland high school has the best Constitution team in the country. Grant High’s team took top honors at the “We the People” event in Washington D.C. on Monday night, besting 57 teams from across the country. Lincoln High School won the 2012 contest. The competition takes the form of a congressional hearing. Students ...
Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland may have more cash in the war chest, but the anti-fluoride folks are trying to put more boots on the ground. Advocates for Clean Water Portland, the “no” vote in the measure to fluoridate the city’s water supply, held a raucous march down Northeast Alberta Street during Last Thursday. Revelers walked, biked, skated and danced the twelve blocks to a vacant ...
COCKTAIL BARSBarwares4605 NE Fremont St., 971-229-0995, smallwarespdx.com. 5 pm-1 am daily.Barwares exists only because of an architectural fluke. Chef Johanna Ware’s Asian-leaning restaurant,
North Bar Crawl
5128 N Albina Ave., 282-2934, redfoxpdx.com. 3 pm-1:30 am daily. Happy hour: Food specials and $1 off beer and well 3-6 pm daily.
Happy hour at Red Fox starts at 3 pm.
24th & Meatballs
2341 NE Glisan St., 282-2557, 24thandmeatballs.com. Lunch and dinner daily.
Despite a prominently displayed
50-EAT-BALLS phone number and a website exhorting visitors to “pu
The city’s latest bar brawl with the OLCC: how late can patios stay open?
Thomas Winston Morgan marched across Southeast Yamhill
Street on a summer night in 2011 in a T-shirt, boxer shorts and
flip-flops, and demanded the birthday party stop. The laughing voices
77 NE 4th St., Gresham, 669-0569, 4thstreetbrewing.com. 4 pm-1 am Monday-Friday. Noon-1 am Saturday-Sunday.
Among the offerings at Gresham’s 4th Street Brewing you’ll
Where to Pick Up a Copy of WW's 2013 Guide to All Things Sudsy in Portland
Food & Drink
Tonight, Willamette Week releases our 2013 Beer Guide with a party at Green Dragon.The party is free and open to the public. It runs from 5 to 7 pm and culminates with the announcement of our 2013 Beer of the Year. The beer ain't free, but the Dragon will tap several extremely rare brews from our top 10—including a few things you may never see again. And if you can't make it to the Dragon ...