Dine at our 2012 Restaurant of the Year (but we're not going to tell you where it is)
Food & DrinkWW's 2012 Restaurant Guide hits streets on Oct. 24, and once again, we'll be holding a "secret supper" at our Restaurant of the Year the evening before.Where is it? We're not telling. You lay down $100, and we promise you'll get a four-course meal, drinks and the pleasure of our company at one of Portland's best (in our opinion) restaurants. On the day of the dinner, we will contact you wit...
Wordstock authors on sex, dystopia and Fifty Shades of Grey.
Portland’s annual literary festival, Wordstock, is back
and it’s…roughly the same size as ever. For two days, the hallowed halls
of the Oregon Convention Center will play host to some 200 vi
What, exactly, is the Rose? The impressively generic name,
covered windows and website that promises only “Portland’s newest
nightlife destination” give away very little about the business t
Food Cart Reviews
The food at Sideshow has a very limited lifespan. The new
downtown food cart specializes in Belgian-style pommes frites, poutine
and beignets—all best devoured immediately after ordering before
FeaturesDisclaimer: PIE co-founder Rick Turoczy works for WW's PDX conference.
Local tech startup incubator PIE "graduated" its second class on Friday, Oct. 5 (yes, I'm behind on my coverage) at the Gerding Theater, with its now traditional "demo day," in which the participants pitch their new businesses to a public audience. Matthew Korfhage alread...