Liz Taylor’s Portland granddaughter keeps her legacy alive.
Movie Reviews & Stories
Elizabeth Taylor was many things during her life, which
was spent mostly under the spotlight and in the public eye. She was
perhaps the most famous star of Hollywood’s golden age, netting two
The jobs are moving downtown. U.S. cities such as Portland are seeing faster job growth in their downtowns than in the outer neighborhoods and suburbs, according to a report released Tuesday by local think tank, City Observatory. The report compared employment growth rate in 41 American cities’ urban cores—defined as the central business-district and a three-mile radius—to the surrounding metro ...
The city has done little to crack down on Airbnb hosts renting multiple apartments.
Emily and Justin Steubs want you to spend the night in their Pearl District apartment.
The Steubs’ pad,
which they call “Pearl Dreams,” features views of the West Hills, a
rooftop hot tu
Portland’s three weeks of dark and dreary foreign films flies off into the sunset.
Movie Reviews & Stories
The Portland International Film Festival comes to an end
this week. There are only 10 new films—and some shorts from
Spain—showing this week, but this is more of a time to reflect on what
Ranking Portland Valentine's Day events, from hot to not.
Illustration by Annie SeoSir Mix-A-LotSongs about butts, sponsored by a weed store. Plus a band called Smoochknob. Is anything more romantic? Dante’s, 350 W Burnside St., 345-7892, 9 pm, $20, 21+.
NO.1Because Portland is to America what America is to the world…
They aren’t just coming to America anymore. They’re coming to Portland.
For the second year
in a row, Oregon was the state
Welcome to the new normal.
took a while. Oregon’s journey to legal weed, which culminates in a big,
smoky rally on the waterfront this July, started way back in 1973, when
From fine dining to groundbreaking research in labs across
the nation, marijuana normalization is affecting every part of American
society. And it’s only going to get more interesting in the yea
ON3P's skis are handmade and built for heavy powder.
The whole thing started with a big letdown. Scott
Andrus was stoked to get his new skis, an $800 pair of Canadian-made
Capitals. He waited three months. They finally arrived stiff and planky.
"I really wanted to
like them, but after about five days on them, I
WW’s music writers pick their favorite Portland songs of the year.
No one is going to miss 2014, least of all Portland’s
music scene. It was a year of loss, from people (Linda Hornbuckle, Paul
Revere, Pink Martini’s Derek Rieth) to institutions (Slabtown, E