The rooftop oasis that once held Kex’s Lady of the Mountain has a new occupant: The Sunset Room.
Champagne Poetry is a pink wonderland of colorful macarons, airbrushed tarts and soufflé pancakes.
In other news: City’s downtown cleaning and security liaison departs.
In Portland, where residential and commercial real estate prices have marched continuously higher for decades, empty homes and storefronts make no sense.
Raise money for abortion advocate organizations through comedy, drink like a Viking, go on a granny-themed bar crawl, or listen to jazz in Montavilla.
What to see and what to skip.
“What if you or I threw up our hands and permitted cars, vans, RVs, etc., all over our private property? We’d get more than a stern finger-wag from local authorities and law enforcement.”
In other news: Fire destroys Roseway Theater.
Challenge yourself at a Portland Hot Sauce Expo eating contest, enjoy a slower-paced pairing dinner by Fullerton Wines, visit a Land Art movement exhibit in East Columbia, or watch a doc paying tribute to the Father of Claymation, Will Vinton.
RukDiew Cafe’s hot wings are not only heavenly, the dish is secretly two great snacks in one.
You never know exactly what you’ll find on North 45′s rear patio, but it’s the promise of a rollicking scene tucked out of street view that keeps people waiting for a seat.
“I cried reading this story. This poor woman has been through so much.”
These are beach reads—whether or not you were lucky enough to escape to the beach.
In other news: Kristof to go back to the Times.