The most painful shows in Portland theater history.
There’s something singularly awful about sitting through a
bad theater production—the eye contact, the vicarious embarrassment,
the creeping sense of physical pain, the certainty that you wi
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
Where to find the best wheat-free options in town.
for Portlanders, Peruvians naturally forgo most things wheat. Though
they do love their meat, the gluten-free, vegan and veggie menus are
pages long; bigger than the full menu at
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