John Waters is not a good filmmaker by any conventional
measure, but he is relentlessly original. His work cannot be mistaken
for that of another artist. So what happens when you take his most
Food & Drink
Okay, this has gone far enough: In the last six weeks, I've received press releases from three different operators of beer-themed bike-buses, each claiming to be Portland's first, each with a cheesy portmanteau: Pedalounge, CycleSaloon and, today, More
Food & Drink
It's getting close to that time of year when I have to decide what restaurants to send reviewers to for our Restaurant Guide. While the Guide is always a list of our 100 favorites, we review many more each year that don't make the cut. I try to consider the broadest possible swath of Portland's restaura...
A Whitman’s Sampler of new Northwest performances.
As unlikely as it sounds, Portlanders have many more
opportunities to see the world’s great contemporary performers than one
would normally expect in a city our size. Thanks largely to the efforts
The quest for authenticity is often a well without bottom, but if there were a bottom, The Trap (3805 SE 52nd Ave., 777-6009) wouldn’t
be far from it. This is a serious dart bar, its four spot-lit