219 SW 6th Ave., 688-5952, littlebirdbistro.com.
[LE BURGER] Little Bird is an
unusual find in a city of Portland’s size: a beautifully welcoming
bistro with the highest professional standards
1625 NE Killingsworth St., 281-3700, podnahspit.com.
[BEST BARBECUE] Podnah’s is the
classic case of a neighborhood joint made good. Now firmly ensconced in
their large, airy space in North Por
1125 SE Division St., 754-5993, portobellopdx.com.
[VEGAN ITALIAN] Noted carnivore
Anthony Bourdain once described vegans as a Hezbollah-like splinter
faction of vegetarians, “enemies of everyt
Summertime and the salting is easy on Palmer Glacier.
Skiers and snowboarders are gearing up for the summer skiing season that begins in June at Timberline Lodge. Just 60 miles east of Portland, Timberline has since 1956 been one of the country’s p ...
The man behind the new show Wanted: Adventure Host eggs on locals to conquer the great outdoors.
Q & A
Maybe some of us have the cash to trek all the time, but the grim reality is that most of us fund our Rogue River trips and Mount Hood camping expeditions with jobs that keep us trapped in cubicles, f ...
A local backcountry guide aims to climb and ski the 40 highest volcanoes in the Cascades—before their glaciers melt away.
Q & A
Portland’s proximity to the Cascade Mountains has long been a draw for everyone who loves snow, from the U.S. ski team to weekend climbers and backcountry snowshoers. Unfortunately, most climate ...
Were you dismayed to see Portland invaded by emo sparkle-vamps when Twilight was shot in Oregon in 2008? We were too. Luckily, Portland novelist and screenwriter Jon Raymond, 38, is providing a welcom ...
What would the Ultimate Athlete look like? We hypothesize something like this dude, above. Every athlete knows a person like that—a person who is loathed and worshiped all at the same time: Jackie Robinson, Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders. In my case, she was a girl named Emily,...
The city wants to lead locals to the Willamette with Riverfest. But can it make them swim?
Sydney has its harbor, Venice has its canals. Even New York has Coney Island. Let’s be honest, Portlanders: Maybe we’d have more success in luring tourists to our waterfront if we stopped ...