Larry the Cable Guy
What’s Happening Inside: A crowd of people you’ve never
seen, talked to or otherwise interacted with, laughing uproariously at
jokes about farts, gays, gay farts and proba
A guide to getting around during Portland’s biggest music festival.
Click on image below for larger version:ILLUSTRATION: Xel & KatGO: MusicfestNW continues through Sunday, Sept. 8. See musicfestnw.com for schedule and information on how to purchase a wristb
In 1995, the Rose Garden celebrated its
opening with an inaugural concert by David Bowie, with Nine Inch Nails
opening. Over the next 18 years, the arena enjoyed many more
The artist once known as Snoop Doggy Dogg is enjoying a
period of reinvention. This year, after visiting Jamaica, he put out a
reggae album under the moniker Snoop Lion. He also released a mixtape
Who’s simply red, and who’s been dyin’ the drapes?
According to South Park, gingers have no souls. So
the superstitious might want to stay away from Pioneer Courthouse Square
on Aug. 17. The Redhead Event is an attempt by aptly named Portland
What Breaking Bad has taught us about being a suburban drug lord.
1. Always start the morning with a hearty breakfast. High-grade
meth is made from a precise combination of phenylacetone and
methylamine, but the ingredients for a good day at the lab are pancakes
Beards and bacon both on Burnside. It’s the most Portlandy day ever!
GO: The third annual Bacon Cup is at Dante’s, 350 W Burnside St., on Saturday, Aug 3. 8 pm. $6 general admission, $12 VIP. 21+. The third annual (and final) West Coast Beard & Mustache
A joust between this weekend’s Renaissance Faire and Renaissance-era London.
16th-Century London: Pilgrims to London would simply defecate into the Thames’ sewer drainage.
21st-Century Silverton: 16 public port-a-potties.Food
London: Meat pies made of carrots, s
It took $1.4 Billion to change our stream from open sewer to clean blue dream.
Stretching out deep underground,
it works to keep our river clean
while swimmers race, tubers chain round:
Willamette’s hero, unheard, unseen.
Now as it helps us enjoy summer
o’er a diseased