Badass Theatre Company burst onto the scene with 2013’s Invasion!,
a wondrous shapeshifter of a play that was devoured by a quartet of
actors. For its second full production, it pres
HAUNTED FRONT YARDIMAGE: Misha Ashton Moore
You know how people on Peacock Lane
decorate their houses for Christmas? Well, in Milwaukie there is a house
that does that for Ha
Our Restaurant Guide would not be complete without a survey of the year’s hottest trend: Dinners cooked by trained chefs in commercial kitchens on semi-regular schedules for slightly above-market prices.
337 NW Broadway, 226-1400, holdfastdining.com.
In order to “avoid the trappings of a traditional
restaurant,” William Preisch (Chuck’s Diner of Cleveland, the Bent
Brick) and Joel
Editor's Note: Holding the LineThe hottest debate in Portland’s food scene is both trivial and dire: What should be done about those lines?
That queue in
front of your favorite restaurant
Setting a new standard for sustainable comfort food.
Skin is the new wing. Of that, Old Salt’s Ben Meyer is sure.
“Go to New Seasons and look at the deli case, and you’ll
see their biggest seller is boneless, skinless chicken breast,” he says