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Portland Monthly 4h
Society Hotel tried to tame the wild influencer. It didn’t go quite to plan.
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Portland Monthly 7h
Watch out, Aardvark: there's a new hot sauce on the scene.
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Portland Monthly Nov 17
Country Cat’s savory-sweet spoonbread is a Thanksgiving dish like no other. We’ve got the recipe.
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Portland Monthly Nov 17
For the last 40 years, Portlander Mary Jane Haake has given postmastectomy tattoos to breast cancer survivors. She’s set to retire at the end of 2018.
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Portland Monthly Nov 16
ICYMI: Canard, the third spot from Le Pigeon chef Gabriel Rucker, is our 2018 Restaurant of the Year.
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Portland Monthly Nov 16
PNCA’s new design program barely cuts into the 9-to-5 grind.
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Portland Monthly Nov 16
This radical plan aims to transform the Rose Quarter into a dense, diverse, affordable new neighborhood.
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Portland Monthly Nov 16
C’mon, we’re special enough to have our own country, right?
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Portland Monthly Nov 15
Planning that Thanksgiving menu? We got Boke Bowl to fork over the recipe for its coveted brussels sprouts salad.
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Portland Monthly Nov 15
Hungry? We got you. Here are Portland’s 50 best restaurants right now.
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Portland Monthly Nov 15
Weekend picks: Cat Power, David Sedaris, Erika Moen & Matthew Nolan’s sexy comics, Sávila, spooky theater, Japanese art, more!
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Portland Monthly Nov 15
Banana slugs: more delicious than you think.
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Portland Monthly Nov 14
After a long nationwide search, the Regional Arts & Culture Council announces a new executive director: Madison Cario, who’ll relocate from Georgia.
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Portland Monthly Nov 14
Woodsman Tavern to close, Tasty N Sons to move, Blue Star comes to Division, and more Portland food news:
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Portland Monthly Nov 14
Meet the Portlander behind the largest female-owned architecture company on the West Coast.
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Portland Monthly Nov 14
Peace out, Portland. Here are 8 reasons to winter in Palm Springs (or, you know, take a long weekend in the desert).
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Portland Monthly Nov 13
Behold these 7 incredible Oregon-made chairs.
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Portland Monthly Nov 13
This Friday at , ‘70s-era Portland soul icons take the stage in a historic concert. Get ready to groove.
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Portland Monthly Nov 13
Get yourself out of the house this Thanksgiving weekend. Here are 13 ways to make it happen.
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Portland Monthly Nov 13
Got busted jeans? This super-niche Portland studio can repair them for you.
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