Aalto Lounge3356 SE Belmont St., 235-6041, aaltolounge.com. 5 pm-2:30 am Monday-Thursday, 4 pm-2:30 am Friday-Sunday.The most cosmopolitan bar east of 12th Street? Perhaps it’s Aalto Lounge, especia
Upgrading Portland’s levees could cost $100 million—money no one seems to have.
Water is Portland’s secret problem.
Not the Bull Run
Reservoir water that runs out of your tap nor the contentious May ballot
measure that will determine who controls it.
No, the next
Why does the new light-rail bridge have less vertical clearance than other bridges?
Why is it that the new
Duniway/Cascadia/Tillicum/Wy’east bridge has a lower deck and less
vertical clearance for ships than the two immediately adjacent bridges,
the Ross Island and the Marqua
Wild Planet Radio and Portland Radio Project Plan to split shifts on 99.1 FM.
Portland may be getting a new citywide FM radio station this summer. In fact, it may be getting two of them.Both Wild Planet Radio (LGBTQ community radio) and Portland Radio Project (noncommercial music-and-news) plan to broadcast at 99.1 FM from a radio tower leased from Benson Polytechnic High School. The 100-watt signal should cover most of the city of Portland, say Bobby Harsell and Thomas ...
Locally made yoga gear for your practice, on and off the mat.
1. Inner Fire Design
Mythala mandala, $54; yoga mat bag, $64; etsy.com/shop/innerfiredesign.
Inner Fire Design was established in 1998
by Cassi Rei Shenoa, who began sewing at age 10. Shenoa speci
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
Can the Treefort Music Fest make Boise the next Portland?
When Brett Netson pulled into Old Town Portland for the
first time back in the early ’90s, to play Satyricon with his
psychedelic punk band, Caustic Resin, he felt like a kid in a candy