BlackOut—a new plant-based dining experience offering a chance to eat in total darkness.
La Ruta offers a chance to transport you to Spain within the heart of PortlandRead more "LA RUTA’s Momentary Redefine of Portland Foodie Culture"
Gabriel Garzón-Montano took us through a sonic journey in the Museum of Natural History.Read more "Gabriel Garzón-Montano First Fridays 06-09-17"
Featured in the Zipper building on NE Sandy in Portland, Wares is the exciting new revival of Johanna Ware.Read more "A Welcomed Revival: Johanna Ware’s New Restaurant Wares"
Nomad, one of Portland’s newest additions to fine dining, has left me speechless since I’ve heard about its existence. A multi-layered experience of food, mindfulness, and culture, executive chef Ryan Fox set the new standard.Read more "Local Gastronomy: The Story of Nomad"
An account of Cider Rite of Spring, an annual cider celebration hosted by the Northwest Cider Association in Portland, Oregon.Read more "Introducing Cider Rite of Spring: Day Drinking with Class"
The story of Portland’s Mizuba Matcha and how it inspires our local culture.Read more "Mindfulness with Matcha: The Story of Mizuba"
The story of the latest project from Portland’s Townshend’s Tea, Thomas & Sons Distillery.Read more "Thomas & Sons: The Boozy Tea Project"
When I first heard about this event, I thought it was someone playing a sick joke. Then I realized that we can have nice things.Read more "Vegan Beer & Food Festival 2016"
A little over a year ago, my twin sister, Colette, and I sat down with Jacob Graham of The Drums, a band that had been a favorite for the most formative years of our youth. As we were gathered into a small room backstage, we could hear the band prepping their instruments and vocals for […]Read more "A Twinterview with Jacob Graham of The Drums"
Living in a city predominantly populated by non-natives, it’s not hard for me to have trouble fitting in. Everyone comes here, Portland, Oregon, to make a new life for themselves. Most of the stories are the same. Young, broke, and open minded. Not being much different from the description above, I’ve also felt a lot […]Read more "confessions from a transplant"
Let me start by saying this: it’s hard to release anyone you’ve “let go” to. Someone you’ve started feeling vulnerable with, whether it’s revealing secrets, revealing your body, your issues, etc. It’s fucking hard. You think you invested in something, but a second later they could give a fuck about you. Remember this: You’re beautiful. […]Read more "So You’re Dating"
It’s really easy to empty your wallet out on that diet you’re so excited about. More often than not, this discourages people from living a healthy lifestyle. Most people don’t realize that you can eat healthy things AND still have money left over. (mind blown? keep reading.) I fall victim to spending everything I make […]Read more "pro-tips you should probably follow"
Anyone that says differently is lying. There are lots of stipulations and things you have to look out for- not only in food, but in everything you consume. Beauty products, alcohol, and clothing. I didn’t quite understand this concept of “animal cruelty free” and “ethical” until a few years ago, but I’m glad I do […]Read more "being vegan is tough"
100 year old Singer sewing machine. All I wanted was a band t-shirt quilt. ALL I WANTED.Read more "you are an asshole,"
rain+2manhattans+new friends I have literally not stopped listening to Gardens&Villa. Their self titled album is entrancing. New Shins was a bit of a disappointment, but I guess that’s what happens when the singer fires everyone.Read more "Gardens&Villa, The Shins at Boulevard Pool"
and photo manipulate, obviously.Read more "iTrespass"