Portobello Vegan's "Meat"balls Rank in the Nation's Top Ten (says PETA)


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PETA has finally said something with which we can all agree. The normally dissident organization compiled a list of the country's best faux-meat spaghetti toppers and listed Southeast Portland's own Portobello Vegan Trattoria as one of the best. As reported only a few weeks ago, WW fully agrees. The restaurant's zucchini noodles in a tomato-basil sauce topped with a giant meat-free ball of vegetable ...   More
 
Thursday, November 19, 2009 Kate Williams

PETA + Strippers + Black Friday =


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What do you get when you add the PR-crazed folks at PETA with the publicity-savvy people at Casa Diablo —which bills itself as a vegan strip club— on one of the year's most news-challenged days? The Black Friday answer of course is strippers promising to wear nothing but a thong in a downtown Portland window at 816 S.W. First Ave. (between Taylor and Yamhill) at 1 pm this Friday, ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 25, 2009 HANK STERN

PETA Likes Portland


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Thanks in part to the Red and Black Cafe, Portland ranks second on PETA's list of vegetarian- and vegan-friendly cities in North America. Other Portland eateries helping vault the city in PETA's eyes to second place behind Washington, DC include Papa G's Vegan Organic Deli and the Blossoming Lotus. Here's the release from the publicity-hungry hounds at PETA: Portland, Ore. — Local restaurants ...   More
 
Monday, July 19, 2010 HANK STERN

PETA Takes The Fun Out of Everything


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PETA protesters, calling the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus "The Cruelest Show on Earth," gathered downtown today to protest the circus's Sept. 2-5 visit to Portland. And in true PETA fashion, the animal rights group had a hook for its noon demonstration at the corner of Southwest Yamhill and Broadway. The protest of about 10 demonstrators was centered around Nicole Matthews, a ...   More
 
Thursday, August 12, 2010 Sarah Jacoby

Mayor Sam Adams Proposes Regulations for Horse-Drawn Carriages


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When was the last time you saw a horse-drawn carriage in Portland? Yeah, I know, me neither. Nonetheless, Mayor Sam Adams yesterday unveiled his proposal for regulating horse-drawn carriages in Portland. The news comes 13 months after a 23-year-old horse died while pulling a newlywed couple downtown. The proposed regulations stop short of the outright ban that PETA, the animal-rights group, ...   More
 
Friday, September 10, 2010 BETH SLOVIC

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