Happy birthday! Gosh, you have to be, what, 12 years old
now? Time sure does fly when you’re having fun, running around the Moda
Center, shooting Silly String at unsuspecting fans,
physics tells us, is a constant fight against gravity. Features like
curves and ramps in a skatepark are laid out to increase velocity and
create a continuous ride. Skateboarders
Mayhaw Hoons, organizer of Friday’s VHS Swap, appraises our video collection.
Dragonheart: A New Beginning
What the hell is Dragonheart: A New Beginning? This
looks like a sequel to a movie that no one liked in the first place.
Based on that alone, I would buy it. But for
Before every town had a museum, people assembled their
precious belongings into collections called wunderkammers. One of the
most famous was owned by an early practitioner of plastic surgery, Dr.
Geeks are fighters, not lovers—half the time, anyway. If
they aren’t dreaming up erotic encounters between fictional characters,
they’re fantasizing about those same characters engaged in ha
Portland is losing a legend: The Portland
International Airport plans to tear out its carpet. That
much-beloved teal upholstery, with its distinctive violet, cobalt and
red cross marks, has
Comedian Kyle Kinane humiliated himself trolling Pace Salsa. He now tries again.
It began as an innocent test. When
standup comic Kyle Kinane noticed that his tweets rebuking Pace Picante
Salsa’s misogynistic advertising had been favorited by the company’s
very own Twitt
Bob Hill has been working out for 50 years. Here’s his advice for keeping your resolutions.
In 1965, Bob Hill began working out at Loprinzi’s Gym off
of Southeast Division Street. Nearly 50 years later, he’s still at it.
He’s run 29 marathons and competed as a weightlifter several
Our 14 favorite ways to get drunk for New Year’s 2014.
rum-punch drunk, which feels a lot less like being punched than like
woozily waking up after being knocked out. You’ll be asking yourself:
Where have I been all my life?That hyper-jitter
Imagine how Portland looked 100 years ago. Pocket watches, raggedy handmade dolls, bicycles—basically the Modern Man barber shop without iPhones.
In 1913, the
Hawthorne Bridge was already 3 year