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Brian Copeland’s music has been described as a cross between the Beatles, Crowded House and Matthew Sweet. Internationally recognized artists that are staples of PRP’s playlist

Brian Copeland

So – obviously when the Portland-based singer/songwriter came to our studios on March 11, … Continue Reading

It’s time for toast. No, not the mechanically-burned slices of bread of which you’re thinking. The Toast to which I refer is the 5th annual version of the event known as Toast.

Once a year (hence the annual nature … Continue Reading

MarchFourth! Two Nights!                                         

12th Anniversary Celebration at the Crystal Ballroom.

If you like carnivals, marching bands and costumes aplenty this is a show made just for you! The MarchFourth! 12th Anniversary Celebration takes place on March 3rd (family show) … Continue Reading

In a town as cycle-centric as Portland, Güero is one food cart that has the pedal-gree to travel to the highest ranks of the very best food carts in PDX.

Alec Harry and Megan Sanchez came to Portland by way … Continue Reading

Having traveled the world, where would you choose to live? For the owners of the Sam’s Saj food cart, that choice was a simple one. Sam Shaltof and his sister Farah settled in Portland.

Sam and Farah Shaltof of the Sam's Saj food cart in Portland, OR

Born in New York City to … Continue Reading

With a title that sounds like it should be a romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and a suitably generic leading man, Beer.Cider.Love is an event that celebrates the passionate pairings of exceptional food with beer and cider.

Beer.Cider.Love brings together … Continue Reading

By Ken Wilson |

When was the last time you were at a local food cart and ordered your food by uttering the words, “Yo, Adrian!” Or asked to take on Smokin’ Joe, Apollo Creed, the Raging Bull or the … Continue Reading

Combine a Chinese crepe (yes, there is such a thing), a scrambled egg, chili sauce, pickled veggies, a wonton cracker plus a bunch more ingredients and what have you got? Jianbing from the Bing Mi! food cart.

Hailing from the … Continue Reading

Portland Soundcheck III is a one-night showcase highlighting emerging artists from around Portland and the Northwest.

Say the organizers:

“In one evening you’ll be able to tour part of Portland’s music scene at one venue…

An array of genres are … Continue Reading

There are two things that Portlanders can’t live without. Coffee and beer. And now there is a festival that combines both. That’s right. Coffee and beer, living together, in the same growler. And you thought life couldn’t get any better.… Continue Reading

Buying sandwiches is good for the environment. At least according to Rip City Sandwiches of the Cartlandia food cart pod on 82nd Ave. Rip City Sandwiches has made the connection between planting trees and sandwiches possible. Buy any item from … Continue Reading

If your sweet tooth is not satisfied after a visit to the Hungry Heart, there is something truly wrong with you. This is not your typical artisan bakery. Take for example their most popular cupcake, the Sweet ‘N’ Salty.… Continue Reading

And the theme continues. Rich “The Sandwich King” Coletta was working as a restaurateur/food cart owner in Port Townsend, WA, when he chose to move his food cart to Portland. Specifically the The Gyros Spot food cart now located in … Continue Reading

Takoyaki is a Japanese street food (imagine a cross between a corn dog and a ping pong ball) favored by those who’ve, well, imbibed a bit more than is considered reasonable. Buki PDX brings this favorite late-evening snack to the … Continue Reading

Beers with names such as Old Saint Chongo, Cranberry de Table and HOLLA-Day Ale will be in the Rose City December 3rd through December 7th to help Portlanders celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at the annual Holiday Ale Continue Reading

Portland author Brian Yaeger has put his masters degree in professional writing from USC (thesis; beer) to good use. He’s made a career of writing about beer and breweries. He also writes about food, travel and music but, primarily about … Continue Reading

Calling your establishment a Cajun restaurant means y’all must do more than offer spicy food and blackened meat. Serving food that is truly authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine, requires y’alls ingredients must come from Louisiana and not just any part … Continue Reading