Market Guide 2013
Fettuccine with Pork Ragu
Chef Rachael Grossman, chef-owner at Artigiano
(3302 SE Division St., 781-3040, artigianopdx.com)
Ragu, though the name’s been bastardized by mass-market
Market Guide 2013
Cully Community Market
NE Killingsworth Street and 42nd Avenue. 10 am-2 pm Sundays, June 2-Sept. 29.
Gladstone Farmers Market 580 Portland Ave. 10 am-4 pm Saturdays, June
Portlanders love taxes. That's the tax-away from tonight's results in which bluer-than-blue Multnomah County provided enough "yes" votes to pass Measure 26-152, Metro's five-year operating levy to support greenspaces and natural areas. Portland voters did just enough to overcome tepid support in Washington County and outright hostility in Clackamas County.
The measure was passing 57 per...
NewsSteve Buel defeated incumbent Martin Gonzalez in Tuesday's election in the race for Portland Public Schools board for Zone 4, which includes North Portland.Buel—who has previously served on the board—is leading Gonzalez 54 percent to 44 percent in the race. Another 2 percent of votes went to write-in candidates.The two men also faced each other in 2009. Normally, t...
As reported today on our website, only 21.5% of ballots for this year's May special election had been received as of the end of the day on Friday, May 17. That means that as many as 78.5% of you hadn't turned in your ballots, a mere four days before the ballot deadline o...More
Movie Reviews & Stories
For the seventh year, the Portland Queer Documentary Film
Festival—the only one of its kind in the country—returns for a weekend
of gender-bending, boundary-breaking and cross-dressing, with a
Miniature golf is still wholesome. Unlike
kickball, dodgeball, roller skating or pinball, it’s still mostly
played sober, fueled by ice cream and the sweaty palms of teenage
romance. Among the
Sure, we’re about to vote on fluoride, but also on issues about kids and open spaces. Here are WW’s endorsements for the May 21 ballot.
Many election battles vow an eye for an eye. But this spring’s fight is something even fiercer: a tooth for a tooth.
election—held in a season when voters might be understandably
10 local acts that Portland’s music insiders think you should hear.
Close your eyes and think of a typical Portland band.
You’re imagining a group of sensitive lumberjacks playing sad-sack folk
tunes on old-timey instruments, aren’t you?
Ask those truly in
Sunshine, booze and way, way too much food: Yes, our 6th annual Eat Mobile festival had pretty much everything you need for a perfect Saturday evening.3,500 attendees crowded the OMSI parking lot where some of our favorite food carts served up a vast array of foods from Thai iced tea ice cream, to Mauritian samosas, to kombucha.In addition to stuffing a lot of faces, the assembl...