Like any good drug offering a temporary escape from the
banality of life, serial fiction can quickly become addictive. I speak
from the experience of a user. I’ll be clean for months, dutifully
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Prost!4237 N Mississippi Ave., 954-2674, prostportland.com. 11:30-2:30 am Monday-Thursday, 11-2:30 am Friday-Sunday.Building more loyalty than the Reichswehr (though less intent on world domination),
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A review of Stumptown Stages' production of the Elton John-Tim Rice musical.
Originally optioned by Disney from a children’s storybook—which was itself based on the Verdi opera of the same name—Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida retains all the depth of an animated feature, with the erotic undercurrent of a Danielle Steel novel. Sure, the slave girl may actually be a Nubian princess, but you can still take her roughly in your palace bedchamber. More
Time is a tricky thing. We are all subject to its effect,
yet it remains smugly intangible. Writing a novel about the concept of
time has the potential to be dangerously abstract or cliché. But R
Thrust eight strangers into an old mansion during a
snowstorm and at least one is sure to wind up dead. We all know the
setup and the question that inevitably follows: whodunit? But the
112 NW 9th Ave., 227-2158, elenisrestaurant.com.
[GREEK CHIC] With a menu that
reads like a Homeric epic, Eleni’s offers some form of every Greek dish
you have ever heard of—and many yo
3808 N Williams Ave., 288-6200, lincolnpdx.com.
[LIFE OF LINCOLN] If “Portland”
itself were a restaurant genre, a joint like Lincoln would typify the
style. It’s casual fine dining do