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
Monica Drake’s sense of humor might really bum you out. The Portland-based author of the acclaimed novel Clown Girl—and, most recently, The Stud Book—finds comedy in life’s farcicality and rel
How much time do we spend around the
dining-room table? What portion of our lives is measured in meals? Can
the entire scope of a life—from first dates and holiday gatherings to
When home is a destination in your mind as much as a
physical space, it’s an arduous journey to overcome the obstacles that
hinder your arrival. After fighting the Trojan War for 10 years, it to
Like any Portlander, you’ve no doubt
already planned your survival tactics for the impending zombie
apocalypse—weapons, allies, a practical yet fashionable ensemble. But
how long would canne
Portland is a beer town
surrounded by wine country. That, as much as anything, gives us reason
to take suds seriously. And nothing says “sophisticated” like a
cellar stocked with rare vin
Even for avid readers of all genres,
poetry can sometimes feel a bit…unapproachable. But the poems of
Portland-based writer Mary Szybist read more like a letter from an old
friend, familiar an
They turn old bottle caps into jewelry, upcycle clothing
and, yes, sometimes put birds on things. They’re your crafty friends,
and the gift options are plentiful. Because this is Portland.
Christmas is a divisive holiday. There
are those who decorate their lawns in November and revel in each
tinsel-strewn moment with the slack-jawed grin and open wallet of a
Midwesterner at Disney
Portlanders wait to eat. We wait for steak. We wait for
eggs. We wait for pizza, tacos and noodles. We wait for pickled things.
We wait for decadent, gravy-laden brunches. We wait for doughnuts.