Portland likes to think it’s especially weird for hosting a naked bike ride. Such rides, which began in either Canada or Spain, depending on whom you believe, have become popular everywhere from Bra
After a few summer beer festivals, you start to think you’ve seen it all. How many blackberry sours are gonna come out this year, anyway? So it’s exciting to spot something as crazy as this absint
In one nice quiet beachfront community, you can legally walk down the street swigging from a bottle of Jack.
Of course a WW reporter has to offer a disclosure about where she takes yoga classes
The Canadian dollar is weak right now. Currently, one Loonie will buy only three American quarters, plus a nickel and a penny. This is information you should know if you’re in the market for a loose
How do Oregon radlers and bottled shandies match up with their old-world competitors?
Is there any summer beer better than the Stiegl Radler?
One sunny day last week, we tried to find one by holding a blind tasting of a dozen different radlers and shandies—all fruited beers,
Wilson High School’s black student union is mostly white.
A dog-leasing kingpin is now pushing hard for artificial beaver dams.
Advertising campaigns may persuade customers to purchase infer
PDX Beer Week is not actually a week. It
takes 11 days (June 11-21, pdxbeerweek.com) to cram in all three
festivals, plus tap takeovers and pairings dinners. Here’s your guide.
Get the offic
You got teeth in your mouth, so P.R.E.A.M. pies gotsta fit.
Food Reviews & Stories
The sad-bastard music had to go. A few
years ago, most upscale Portland restaurants—places where people went
for some nice cooked food in their nice clean drawers—played Black Keys
Visiting rural Oregonians beware: the Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade runs through plenty of scary big-city stuff. Here’s the route, from Memorial Coliseum to Lincoln High.
PANHANDLERS LINED UP BY OFF-RAMP
Interstate 5, Exit 302A
Don’t let the humorous signs fool you, every single
houseless person is scary. Best to empty your pockets of cash
immediately upon requ
Before I had an iPod, I owned at least
two other devices that played MP3s. First, a RioVolt SP90 that played
data discs. Then, a 512MB thumb drive thing that cost like $50 and did