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Olympia Provisions Portland


Olympia Provisions NW PortlandLooking for a casual dining experience with maximum flavor? Check out Olympia Provisions Portland. When you mention the word charcuterie in Portland, Oregon, there’s one restaurant that instantly comes to mind: Olympia Provisions. Olympia Provisions is Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria. Since 2009, Elias Cairo and his sister Michelle Cairo – along with fellow owners Nate…

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Top 10 Best Things To Do in Cannon Beach


beautiful day at Cannon BeachIf you’re traveling to the Oregon Coast, here are the Top 10 Best Things to Do in Cannon Beach, Oregon. The Oregon Coast is my happy place. If you’ve been there, you can understand why. No matter the weather, there’s a misty salty magic about this beautiful meeting of sand, rock, and ocean. Where the…

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Where to Eat in Portland, Oregon: Canard restaurant


duck stackCanard restaurant in Portland, Oregon is part wine bar, part cafe, and a total all-day Portland favorite. Tucked into a sliver of space on southeast Burnside is one of my favorite restaurants in Portland: Canard restaurant. With a French ambience and French-inspired menu, this restaurant feels like a cross between a traditional French bistro and…

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Portland Travel Guide: The Duniway Hotel


Looking for a luxurious stay right in the heart of downtown Portland? Check out The Duniway Hotel. On February 14, 1913, Abigail Scott Duniway became the first woman registered to vote in Multnomah County, Oregon. Her fight to get to that moment – for herself, her daughters, and all fellow women – was long and…

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Portland Foodie Travel Guide: Bar Miranda


food flatlay at Bar MirandaBar Miranda is a playful bar with a brilliant food partnership, tucked into downtown PDX’s Portland Food Hall. Eat Well. From the moment I was about to step foot into Portland Food Hall to meet a friend at Bar Miranda, I knew I was home. In downtown Portland, housed within a dark grey building with…

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Oregon vs. South Dakota football: Game day info and updates

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, August 27, 2014

TV: Pac-12 Networks (Comcast 420 & 720)

Radio: KUGN-AM (590) & KZEL-FM (96.1)

Tickets: About 200 tickets remain on sale as of Thursday afternoon, according to University of Oregon officials. Tickets can be purchased at the Moshofsky Center and at

Gates open: Parking lot opens four hours before kickoff; Moshofsky Center opens three hours before kickoff; and stadium bowl opens 90 minutes before kickoff.

Bus info:

Kickoff at 7:30 p.m.

Oregon's sellout streak at Autzen will continue. Only 200 tix left for South Dakota game per @UOPintens and Michigan State already sold out.

— Ryan Thorburn (@rgduckfootball) August 28, 2014

Did you vote? See the results:

The fans voted for their Mt Rushmore of Oregon QBs as well. Here's the results:

— Chris Hansen (@chansen_RG) August 28, 2014

The R-G's Oregon football special section is out today. I recommend picking up a copy, but all the links are here.

— Ryan Thorburn (@rgduckfootball) August 28, 2014

Duck fans will love this: AT&T and Verizon have worked to improve cell service at Autzen this year.

— Steve Mims (@SteveMims_RG) August 27, 2014

Something to listen to on the drive to the stadium:

Breaking down South Dakota's one-in-a-Vermillion chance at Autzen and Oregon's 2014 expectations on The Duck Pod.

— Ryan Thorburn (@rgduckfootball) August 26, 2014

Curated by Rob Denton.

Behind The Glass


Original Music

Free: The Astoria Christie & McCallum—9:30; Americana
FREE: Black Forest Amerikan Overdose, Fifth Machine, Kenosis, Forget the Fall—10; Metal
$3.00: Goodfellas Ladon, Blood Lust, Don’t Ask Alice, Game Over—9
$5.00: Luckey’s Purple Sparrows, Leafeater—10; Rock, indie
FREE: Oak St. Speakeasy The Rhythm Pimps—9; CD release party
$6.00: Sam Bond’s Sassparilla Jug Band, The Last Watch—9:30; Acoustic
FREE: Wandering Goat Poli-Hi, The Filthiest People Alive—9; Rock

Cover Bands & Tribute Bands

FREE: VILLAGE GREEN Razor Road—9; Rock
FREE: Mulligan’s MILEPOST—9:30

Blues, Jazz, Country & Specialty

$5.00: Granary Mat Noble—7,n/c; Luminous Genius/Wario’s B-day Bash—10
$6.00: Mac’s Michael Tracey & the Hi-Tones­9; Blues
$5.00: Jazz Station Torrey Newhart Trio—8; Jazz
FREE: Mack’s Café Brian Chevalier & The Heavy Chevys—6:30; Blues, soul, zydeco
$5.00: Whiskey River Ranch Live music—9

Dance – DJ – Jam – Other

FREE: The Bridge DJ Crown—10; Hip hop, funk, soul
FREE: Conways Ladies Night—9
FREE: Cowfish “Sup!” w/Sassy Mouff, Michael Human & Guests—9:30; Top 40, electro
FREE: Doc’s Pad DJ J-Will—8; Dance mix
$5.00: Downtown Lounge Laughing Lounge—8; Comedy & The Cave Dwellers—10; Hip hop
FREE: Embers Retro—9
FREE: Two Friends Pub Ladies Night—9