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An oral history of the first 76 days of legalized marijuana in Vancouver, Wash.


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“It’s not like the way you think. You’d think everyone would be out smoking and celebrating and having big parties in the street. It’s not like that at all.” —John, recreational mariju   More
 
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 WW Staff

Winter Guide 2013: Powder Up

Six ski sites down, one across.


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Timberline The scene: Timberline (timberlinelodge.com) sits high on glaciated Mount Hood, offering stunning views and year-round skiing on its upper section. Summer is the busiest time here, as n   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 WW Staff

Winter Guide 2013: Winter Toolkit

Cold Comforts from Local Makers


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IMAGE: Morgan Green-Hopkins1. Billy Goat soft-snow skis By ON3P, on3pskis.com. Hand-ground with bamboo core. $799 at Next Adventure, 426 SE Grand Ave., 233-0706, nextdventure.net. 2. Salvatore   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 WW Staff

Winter Guide 2013: Neu-Wave Boards

Tabletop games for the snowbound.


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If you spent the last few decades skiing, you may have missed the analog-game renaissance. Led by efficient and humorless German visionaries like Reiner Knizia and Klaus Teuber, board games are    More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 JORDAN GREEN

Winter Guide 2013: It’s Not a Portland Winter Until You’ve...

32 ways to distract yourself during the dark days to come.


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Only the strong survive Stumptown winters with all their marbles in the bag. Even those who claim to love the rainy season know that the gray, low-hanging clouds always transform from familiar fri   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 CASEY JARMAN

Winter Guide 2013: Stone Cold

A WW correspondent learns to keep her beer off the curling rink.


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The Evergreen Curling Club posts three rules by the rink. First, shake hands. Second, if you win, clean the ice. And third, winners buy the first round of drinks. That final rule pretty well e   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON

Winter Guide 2013: Lift Off

How to ski without those pesky lifts.


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No matter how black the diamond, no matter how radical the route, most skiers are total uphill pussies who, were it not for the marvels of technology, wouldn’t even be able to summit a bunny hil   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 AP KRYZA

Winter Guide 2013: Slippery Slope

A brandy-fueled test slide on the newfangled sleds.


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As a young lad coming of age in my Fortress of Solitude on the steep slopes of Cooper Mountain, there was no thrill greater than snowfall. The streets and the hilly local vacant lot were instant   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 JOHN LOCANTHI

Winter Guide 2013: The Nearest Mountain

Our mountain-bike scene sorta sucks. The Lumberyard helps.


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People move to Portland with high expectations for all things outdoors. Ask Will Heiberg. A decade ago, Heiberg, now 44, moved here from Washington, D.C., expecting the best of Western life. Mostl   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Voices 2013: Fred Armisen

Why he loves living here, and why Portlandia plays it safe.


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When Fred Armisen became a Portland resident about a year ago, he chose a place to live not too different from the kind you’d expect for a New Yorker. Last spring, the actor and co-creator of th   More
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 MARY EMILY O'HARA
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West Burnside Mainstay the Matador Is Closing After Over 40 Years

Old Portland Barmageddon continues. Last day is Friday, September 12.

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Produce Row Bar Closing Tonight After 40 Years

Owner reportedly told staff on Labor Day their jobs would end the next day

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The Cartopia Cart Pod Looks to Be Staying Open for Two More Years

Food cart owners received an e-mail from their landlord offering an additional 2-year-lease

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