These Seattle and Portland Restaurants Made the New York Times' 2021 Favorite Restaurant List - EverOut Seattle
This week, the New York Times confirmed what Pacific Northwesterners have long known-that our dining scene is worthy of the national spotlight-with its 2021 list of " the 50 places in America we're most excited about right now."
Five Things for Thursday, including a cannabis unicorn raking in the cash - Portland Business Journal
Good morning. Time for Thursday's Five Things. Here we go.
The 2021 Restaurant List
After a fitful and often grueling 19 months, the nation's restaurants are slowly coming back. So are the pleasures of eating out.
But where to start?
Newmark Expands Lodging Capital Markets Group To LA
Newmark Group Inc. is planting a flag in Los Angeles for its Lodging Capital Markets Group with a new hire and an executive move.
Blazers hire ESPN mainstay Neil Everett to lead studio team for road games - Portland Business Journal
A longtime ESPN "SportsCenter" host will handle similar duties for the Portland Trail Blazers this season.
Comedian Jacqueline Novak Brings One-Woman Show to Portland: "The most highbrow show about blowjobs you'll ever see!"
When asked to give a quick summary of her one-woman show Get On Your Knees, comedian Jacqueline Novak offers up her marketing tagline: "The most highbrow show about blowjobs you'll ever see!"
Northwest Portland restaurant Paley's Place to close after 26 years - Portland Business Journal
Longtime northwest Portland restaurant Paley's Place will close after Thanksgiving weekend, ending a run by one of the city's most prominent fine dining ventures.
Paley's Place Closing For Good
We set down roots in Portland 26 years ago, and that time has been filled to the brim with happy memories.
Powell's Books and Ex Novo launch co-branded beer - Portland Business Journal
Portland bookseller Powell's is collaborating with Ex Novo Brewing to launch a beer that puts the downtown retailer on a beer label.
The two companies announced Ex Novo's City of Books IPA on Monday.
Analysis | Soaring Heat Is Killing America's Farm Workers
On June 26, the temperatures south of Portland, Oregon, approached 105 degrees Fahrenheit (40.6 degrees Celsius).