Bikes were here first.
In 1895, bicycling was “the craze of the country” according to The Oregonian.
Portland’s leading cycling activists at that time were Henry Pittock
and William M. La
One candidate for Portland School Board literally showed her opponent to his grave.Two months after City Commissioner Nick Fish’s bike got stolen, police announced a new bike-theft task force.
May 8, June 12, etc.
Midnight Mystery Ride
Second Friday of every month. midnightmysteryride.wordpress.com.
The Midnight Mystery Ride enjoys its
mystique—but here’s the bare minimum of what
Connor Bonazzola, Western Bikeworks
Project 529 sticker, $10.
“Project 529 [See page 19] has been
really popular here. It’s basically a bike registration sticker, and
there’s an app that c
Strip clubs that double as hangouts, post Magic Garden.
5305 SE Foster Road, 774-4513, devilspoint.net. 11 am-2:30 am daily.
Even people who “don’t go to strip clubs”
go to Devils Point. Why? The beautiful spectacle of some of Por
Charlie Horse Saloon
627 SE Morrison St.
In this newfangled Portland take on a Wild West saloon
staffed by punk-rock Portlanders, avoid the needless $9 cocktails (a
margarita made with Jameson
4534 SE Belmont St., 232-2202, horsebrass.com.
Ah, the Horse Brass. It’s as close as you can get to old
royalty among the newfangled world of beer bars and beer people, a