A review of Portland Shakespeare Project's production of Shakespeare's stormy play.
The Tempest, generally believed to be Shakespeare’s final play, is both a bumbling island adventure and a philosophical meditation on humanity. This Portland Shakespeare Project production will disappoint purists or those craving weighty intellectualism, but it will satisfy just about everyone else, thanks to Michael Mendelson’s lighthe...
In Portland, yoga began with talks. As early as 1912,
when this was a city of 200,000 people, enlightened Portlanders gathered
in a grand old building across from today’s Paranoid Park. Clad in
A guide to navigating five different types of Portland yoga studios.
Kick Your Asana
How to spot it: You
arrive in a lobby with all the charm of a Starbucks location and need a
scan card to get into class. Two or three simple class types, like
“slow” or “f
1406 NW 53rd Ave., 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com.
Reuben’s tasting room is an industrial block filled with
families, tours and the Ballard neighborhood’s larger social groups
As far as Christian revivalist conversion concerts go, Revival is surprisingly pleasant. Local folk band the Skidmore Bluffs don Amish-style outfits to become the Roving Wheels of Christ, led by the de-frocked Reverend Isaac Noble (Josh Gulotta). With their Mumford-esque ballads, the Roving Wheels would fit in at any Portland o...
In conversation with Oregon oenophiles, California is a
curse word. John Vincent and Vivian Perry capitalize on this fiery state
pride with Winemakers of the Willamette Valley: Pioneering Vintners
Our guide to getting mashed in your own neighborhood.
Food Reviews & Stories
Everything you need to know about your local wineries, including hours, directions and drink picks.1. Boedecker Cellars
2621 NW 30th Ave., 224-5778, boedeckercellars.com.
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