[A.I. POP] Since 2012, Wild Ones bassist Max Stein and Seattle studio owner Paurl Walsh have been conducting an experiment in repression. As Rainbows, the two musicians, both composition majors, purpo
Editor's Note: Portland, you're savvy. But you're also thrifty. That's why we're bringing you Buy PDX, a weekly roundup of retail events and sales around Portland. Every Tuesday, we'll let you know the best places to drop your precious dollars. Emerging Portland-based designer of Always Fresh Apparel and recent University of Portland alum, Jacob Keller has collaborated with New York ...
Editor's Note: Portland, you're savvy. But you're also thrifty. That's why we're bringing you Buy PDX, a weekly roundup of retail events and sales around Portland. Every Tuesday, we'll let you know the best places to drop your precious dollars. While everyday is buy-local for Buy PDX, there's a national day dedicated to bringing awareness to the importance and economic vitality that accompanies buying ...
Dig a Pony736 SE Grand Ave., 971-279-4409, digaponyportland.com. 4 pm-2 am daily.Giving Rontoms a run for its money as the neighborhood’s go-to spot for good-looking dudes in designer skinny jeans v
How we welcomed 2013. Naturally, it involved the Dandy Warhols and cheese fries.
Garry Marshall lied to us. New Year's Eve is not a magical evening. No one gets stuck in an elevator with Ashton Kutcher. Robert de Niro's dying wish is not to watch the Times Square ball drop one final time. No one wants to make out with Katherine Heigl. It's nothing but an excuse for public intoxication and screaming and then, inevitably, crying. And here in Portland, we get the extra special bonus ...
Dig a Pony (736 SE Grand, 971-279-4409)
is a big bar. Housed in the former Niki’s Restaurant building near the
Morrison Bridge, its high, exposed wood-beam ceilings, floor-to-ceiling