Food Cart Reviews
How does a cart sell smoothies in rainy,
tightfisted Portland? Any chump with a Cuisinart, bananas, Nutella, ice
and yogurt can press “blend” in the warmth of his own home.
So Moberi has a
Touring the city with native proto-foodie James Beard.
James Beard would probably be very proud of what Portland has become.
the foodie icon was born here in 1903, Portland was barely out of its
pioneer days. But Beard’s young adult life was
She’s a gorgeous parasite, a kept woman
and a deranged femme fatale, but Nastasya Filippovna Barashkov, from
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Idiot, is not easy to pigeonhole.
Director Viacheslav Do
Sky Club (50 SW 3rd Ave., 223-1375, skyclubpdx.com)
is a stage in a corner. A trapeze and silken strands are suspended from
the corner’s beams, while hoops and glowing tethered balls whiz around
After a chance meeting, Harry (Anthony Edwards) and Julie (Mare Winningham) fall in love, and the miracle in 1988’s Miracle Mile
seems realized. But when Harry blows a date and learns of impending
Don’t worry, there aren’t any beanbag chairs, and these
books of stories don’t have any pretty pictures. Lunch Pail Tales: A
Story Hour for Grown-ups is exactly what it sounds like: an adult
In the summer months, I understand Hayden Island bars are
occasionally hoppin’ with jet skiers and yachtsmen. This time of year,
it’s Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island. Island Cafe is closed until A
Vancouver is actively disinterested in joining Portland’s
transportation grid. Twice in recent years, voters there have been asked
to approve a tiny sales-tax increase to pay for a light-rail br
Food Reviews & Stories
Portland is known for coffee and beer. But not coffee beer.
Despite having the
nation’s best crop of small-batch coffee roasters and making some of the
nation’s best suds, few Portland brewe