Doting yuppie parents are annoying. Maddox, the one-name blogger and writer of the bestseller (!) The Alphabet of Manliness, has staged a bloodletting that’s worse than the migraine. In his nauseati
The most interesting gem unearthed in James Fadiman’s book The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide?
Francis Crick, discoverer of DNA, perceived the double-helix shape
while tripping balls on acid. The
Hey! Quiet Life wants your used vegetable oil.No, unfortunately, it's not for on-stage wrestling matches. The Portland-based quintet is running its tour petroleum free, relying solely on used veggie oil to run the van. The band is currently on tour with Dr. Dog, and will spend most of the next month on the East Coast. Quiet L...
Three-month-old Moonshine Kitchen & Lounge (1020 NW 17th Ave., 943-2780)
does what it does well. Its location is unmarked, reminiscent of the
days of Prohibition, save for four picnic tables out
We were late reaching out to Connected, a movie about its director's relationship with technology, which opened Friday. We didn't miss much.ConnectedWW Critic's Score: 30Tiffany Shlain opens her "autoblogography about love, death and technology," titled Connected, with an anecdote about lunching with a friend after a long time without seeing each other. Despite having a fabulous time, she can't st...
Portland’s musical and literary worlds collide at This! Fest.
New literary and
music festival This! Fest debuts at the Woods in Sellwood this Friday
and Saturday, with readings from more than two dozen prominent Portland
writers, ranging from the established
After almost three years in business, the Southwest Washington Street clothing boutique Narcisse will shutter in two weeks.
In Narcisse's absence, Portland will also lose the only shop in the United States that carries Danish couture brand Noa Noa.
"It's such a bummer, because it's such an amazing line," co-owner Heidi Go...