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Monthly Archives: July 2005

The Affair Continues

  It took a few days to get around to this exciting news, that Jeff Jahn scoops everyone on the list of galleries participating in this year’s Affair @ the Jupiter Hotel:  here at PORT. It’s not even on the Affair website yet. That PICA ever let Stuart Horodner go is a crime. That he’s […]


Milly, Fall 05. One has to wonder if there isn’t a pun involved here: that the fashion show featuring lines from Nordstrom’s via C department has a cool $100 price of admission. Nordstrom and Portland Monthly are putting on a pleasantly alliterated fashion show and sale—Runway to Rooftop—to benefit PICA. Because it’s in the Brad […]

Best of

We had read Brian Libby’s piece in Metropolis about Randy Higgins’ (Environmental Design Office) fabulous exterior treatment of the PNCA–a graphic paint job based on an encoded Rimbaud poem (the kind of conceptual underpinnings we truly appreciate)–but didn’t know about his Portland Architecture weblog until we met him at a recent backyard barbecue (thanks to […]

Give It To Me Two Times

Paul Fujita Can we talk about your second Thursday? Yes, we’re all conditioned at this point to talk First, but there are happenings happening that merit your notice on the deuce. If you didn’t get your art-fill last Th, drop by the new Chambers Gallery at the old Liz Leach space in SW to see […]


Did we mention that we are a sucker for design in packaging? It’s hard to categorize or explain why a bottle of water (sparkling or non-, you have your choice) needs to be written about, but imagine, if you will, drinking clean, crisp water from this lovely cylinder. Let there be good (i.e. mindful, not […]