My name is Lauren Terry, and I’m one of the thousands of recent liberal arts college grads shocked to find themselves employed in the cannabis industry.
I never would have guessed that two years a
Madeline Martinez is bringing back Portland's famous World Famous Cannabis Cafe.
The name was supposed to be a joke.
When Madeline Martinez opened Portland’s World Famous Cannabis Cafe in 2009, it was the first cafe in the United States where state-authorized medical marijuana
Critic’s Grade: C Buzzed about as a different kind of summer movie, Words and Pictures holds the right ingredients but lacks real flavor. It tries to revive the timeless debate of the pen versus the paintbrush, with an English teacher and art instructor at a Maine prep school going to war, but the unimaginative screenplay undermines the clever concept, and the plot is buried b...
Shakespeare’s darkest trip of butchery and regret gets
haphazard treatment in this Northwest Classical Theatre Company
production, which successfully plays up the spookiness of Macbeth
For those who missed out on spring vacation, Private Lives
is a delightful escape. The comedy of manners, written in 1930 by the
legendary Noël Coward, is an absurd tale told through the peephole
It wouldn't be March at the multiplex without another dystopian YA adaptation. Critic's Grade: B
At first glance, Divergent would seem to be riding on the coattails of The Hunger Games. Here’s another dystopian YA novel-turned-wannabe blockbuster, with another rising star—Shailene Woodley, in for Jennifer Lawrence—at the center. But this movie adaptation pro...
As Next Fall begins, the
cast stands on the edge of the dimly lit stage. Suddenly, the discordant
sounds of a car crash ring out, and James Sharinghousen reels backward,
arms flailing. We learn
From the beginning, Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom
is a romance, a politically driven tale and a riveting comedy. Take the
play’s prologue: The narrator, a vivacious author of gay Marxist porn