Portland Tribune

Last Call: Burnside Brewery lays off workers, shuts doors
Author: Stephanie Basalyga
The landlord for the leased space at 701 E. Burnside changed the locks on the nine-year-old Burnside Brewing Company.

On Monday, Burnside Brewing posted a message on its Facebook page that it wouldn't open on Tuesday.

"Even though snowpocalypse missed us, we're calling a snow day tomorrow and the pub will ...

Bits & Pieces
Author: Jason Vondersmith
Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including 'Experience Oregon,' 'Ice and Stone' and 'Oregon Black Pioneers'

'Experience Oregon'

We'll have more Thursday, but make plans to visit the new "Experience Oregon" exhibit — three years in the making — at the Oregon Historical Society, ...

Movie Time
Author: Jason Vondersmith
Here's a look at big screen releases, home movie rentals and documentary and movies of interest - including 'Happy Death Day 2U,' 'A Star is Born' and 'Wildland'

Big screen

Last week, Feb. 8

"The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part"; "What Men Want"; "Cold Pursuit"; "The Prodigy"; "Everybody Knows"; "Under ...

Disney movie on deck for Portland actress
Author: Jason Vondersmith
Now in Los Angeles, Ciara Riley Wilson lands role in the movie 'Kim Possible'; it airs on the Disney Channel on Friday, Feb. 15

Aspiring actress Ciara Riley Wilson, a Portland native, recently added a middle name to her official entertainment name. When she lived in Portland as a pre-teenager, it ...

Bread & Brew: Eat, drink, love - Portland style
Author: Michaela Bancud
Valentine's Day events are happening all across the city, including the new Mother's Bistro and Bar at Embassy Suites Hotel at 121 S.W. Third Ave.

On Valentine's Day, a person's style can go lots of ways depending on mood and bank account: Stay tucked in at home and order a heart-shaped ...

Valentine's Day show looks at modern love
Author: Ellen Spitaleri
LGBTQ couples tell unique stories in 'How We Met,' Thursday, Feb. 14 at Clinton Street Theater; Paul Iarrobino hosts the event

Metro-area couples will bring the love to the Clinton Street Theater in "How We Met," a Valentine's Day storytelling event on Thursday, Feb. 14.

And it'll be modern and well-accepted ...

Triple-double trouble adds to Blazers' road woes
Author: Portland Tribune
George, Westbrook combine for 68 points, 26 rebounds and 21 assists, and Thunder leads almost all the way

Oklahoma City parlayed a good shooting first half and two triple-doubles into a victory at home Monday night.

The Trail Blazers fell to 10-15 on the road this season with their 120-111 loss. ...

Sewer pipe sinkhole stops traffic in downtown Portland
Author: Zane Sparling
The six-foot-deep chasm was first reported Friday, Feb. 8 on Salmon Street between 5th, 6th avenues.

Downtown Portland is divided.

No — it's not the chasm between left and right, Beaver and Duck, or any of the city's other frequently warring factions.

It's a literal sinkhole, and officials say ...

Portland trucker spills 2,500 gallons of diesel on I-84
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Police say James Altman of Portland was 'driving too fast' when he lost control of Space Age truck.

A speedster in the snow lost control on Interstate 84, police say, spilling thousands of gallons of diesel onto the highway.

Oregon State Police troopers responded to the non-injury crash around 10:30 ...

City Club considers change to government system
Author: Jim Redden
UPDATE: Members will vote from Feb. 12 to 24 on whether to adopt the far-reaching recommendations for revamping Portland governance.

The City Club of Portland released a report recommending sweeping changes in Portland's form of government on Sunday. Although not yet adopted by the longstanding civic organization, it calls for a ...