The Replacements played a lot of terrible shows. The only one it apologized for happened in Portland.
About the time the couch crash-landed on Southeast Ash
Street, it became clear this was a Replacements show that would live in
always brought out the worst in the Replacemen
Where to find the best wheat-free options in Portland.
for Portlanders, Peruvians naturally forgo most things wheat. Though
they do love their meat, the gluten-free, vegan and veggie menus are
pages long; bigger than the full menu at
3570 SE Division St., 232-3004, atlaspizzapdx.com. Lunch and dinner daily.
Metalheads who drive Chevy Cavaliers have long been the
unsung heroes of the American pizza industry in p
Richard Speer’s 10 favorite shows from 2002 to 2015, in chronological order.
Julia Fenton’s Devices and Desires
(Mark Woolley Gallery, April 2003)
Visually extravagant with pink feathers and over-the-top
sculptures, this show was also deeply thoughtful in its critique of
Food Reviews & Stories
Our pick for the top brewpub, dive bar or wine lounge might change by the time you've finished reading this. But here are the spots, new and old, that we're most excited about right now.
Grant’s Philly Cheesesteaks
1203 NW 23rd Ave., 477-7133. Lunch and dinner Sunday-Friday, closed Saturday.
The Philadelphia cheesesteak is a stupidly simple creation, and exactly the sort of th
Milk Glass Market
2150 N Killingsworth St., 395-4742, milkglassmrkt.com. Breakfast, lunch and early dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
You really shouldn’t be in a hurry at Milk Glass Market.
Pollo Norte, 5427 NE 42nd Ave., 287-0669, pollonorte.com. Lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
When Pollo Norte opened, they did not advertise. But there
was a deafening chorus of whis
This was supposed to be the year the Portland food cart broke down.
Last spring, our cart pods looked like
they would all be tilled under by developers, from Hawthorne’s Cartopia
People have been bitching about the price of movies since
the days of penny matinees, but with multiplex prices hitting an
all-time high—most major-chain matinees start at $8.50, and that’s