Spice up your Easter by using everyone’s favorite bird-themed marshmallow sweets, Peeps, in a variety of recipes.

SPLIT PEEP SOUP 1. Split Peeps in half. 2. Boil pot of soup broth.  3. Submerge Peeps in broth for, oh, 6-10 minutes or so? DEVILED PEEPS 1. Cut heads off Peeps. 2. Soak head holes in vin   More
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 WW Culture Staff

Willamette Weekend: 15 Things to Do in Portland This Weekend, April 18-20

Pot, Jesus and Alison Roper


Friday, April 18 Kenji Bunch Retrospective [MODERN CLASSICAL] Violist Kenji Bunch, one of America’s finest emerging composers, moved back to his hometown last year. This all-Bunch show features a string quintet that embraces Appalachian fiddling and Texas swing and an amplified sextet inspired by everything from comic-book graphics to heavy metal. Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta St., ...   More
Friday, April 18, 2014 WW Culture Staff

Headout: Crack ’Em

Find an Easter egg in a Willamette Week box and win a prize.

Peep this: Easter is a bummer for grown-ups. It’s all ham and shoeshines, not chocolate bunnies and plastic grass. And no adult egg hunts. Well, until now. We hid a dozen plastic eggs in blue Will   More
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 WW Culture Staff


Let’s remember the true meaning of Easter.

There is a war on Easter. Sure, I could try to sugarcoat it—to disguise the truth in shiny tinfoil—but the truth is that Obama and his fellow socialists want everyone to think this is a holida   More
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 AARON MESH

Celebrate Easter—At IKEA!

IKEA's Påskbord Celebration

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Food & Drink
I've been putting together listing for the many Easter events happening in Portland this year, but couldn't include this one because for some reason it's happening the week before Easter:The IKEA Restaurant—a long-time standby for insanely cheap food and a respite from impulse-buying lampshades and dodging screaming children—is holding a "Påskbord Celebration": a $9.99 all-you-can-eat Swedish ...   More
Thursday, April 14, 2011 RUTH BROWN

Easter Bonnet Roundup

The Easter bonnet has fallen out of favor of late, but there are plenty of reasons to bring it back. Most of these cheerful hats are from the Pearl District's hat store of the same name (Bonnet, in case that wasn't clear), with a couple from Imelda's and Moxie. Pictured above is a purple felt cloche from Bonnet, $86. This wide-brimmed straw hat (also from Bonnet, $36) will take you from ...   More
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Retail Therapist


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