Hopworks Urban Brewery and Bike Bar
2944 SE Powell Blvd., 232-4677; 3947 N Williams Ave., 287-6258.
HUB’s bright, contrasting color scheme
might have been designed with kids in mind. Not only
2738 SE 82nd Ave. Suite 102, 772-0103.[SOUP'S ON, FOLKS] There's nothing better than a steaming bowl of noodle soup on a chilly day. Unfortunately, many Portland shops would have you believe
Setting foot on the new pedestrian, bike and transit bridge.
On Wednesday, October 1, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx took a tour of the car-proof Tilikum Crossing bridge connecting OMSI to the South Waterfront—along with a small coterie of media. The $134.6 million, wonderfully named bridge <...
Filmmaker Joe Biel on the rise and fall of Critical Mass in Portland.
Movie Reviews & Stories
Like all great protests, the idea behind Critical Mass was
simple. In September 1992, a group of San Franciscans gathered to ride
bikes after work. And cyclists kept riding together, in cities aro
The actor, best known for his role on Game of Thrones, talks hops, farmhouse ales and pales.
Jason Momoa is a dude. I suppose I had reason to be surprised by this, given that I had wondered beforehand if I’d even recognize the actor without his guyliner. Momoa is most famous for playing Khal Drogo, the ferocious and passionate Dothraki king in Season 1 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, and ...
With only 48 hours, an all-woman team assembles a thriller about an ambitious actress who starts to have some unnerving experiences before a big audition.
For 11 years, the 48 Hour Film Project has taken to cities around the world. In each location, teams receive a genre selected at random, along with a prop, quote and character at 7 pm Friday, and they race to complete a short film by 7:30 pm Sunday. Winners go on to compete at a national level, with finalists screened at Cannes. For aspiring filmmake...
Our 50 Plates tour continues with Frito pie from Podnah’s Pit.
Summer is road-trip season, so we're taking a culinary tour of America. But because Portland is a city of immigrants from other states, we don't have to leave town to do it. We're traveling to 50 Portland restaurants to try one distinctive food from each state. Our 50 Plates tourMore