Events

  • Terra Madre Dispatches

    * * Updated 11/14 Terra Madre has concluded and attendees are just beginning to process everything they experienced. Once our delegates have returned (and caught their breath), we hope they’ll share their stories with us. In the meantime, we’ve collected some of the events coverage [...]

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  • Catching up on Slow Food Nation

    A month has passed since Slow Food Nation, though it already feels like a year has gone by. Such is harvest season. But it’s not time to forgot about the momentum that started at this year’s event; there has continued to be some excellent wrap-up [...]

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  • Drink Your Beer Slowly

    Living in Portland, you probably don’t need to be reminded that we are awash in good beer. But while we might share a pint with friends or argue over our favorite brews, it is easy to overlook how the drink gets to our glass. Beer [...]

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  • Food Seminar: Pathways to a Culinary Career

    Interested in a food career? Not sure where to start? This coming Saturday, October 4th, the Portland Culinary Alliance is hosting a daylong seminar about food careers at Nostrana. “Pathways to a Culinary Career,” will give attendees the chance to hear from Portland-based experts about [...]

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  • Slow Food Nation

    We came, we saw, we tasted Slow Food Nation. Photos: P. Leonard, It was a truly amazing weekend, full of energy and creativity and the spirit of collaboration, and it has certainly left us with a lot to chew on. We weren’t able to see [...]

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  • Tableland

    If you haven’t seen a good film lately (or even if you have), you’ll want to head over to Laurelhurst Theatre this Thursday, September 18th for a screening of Tableland. This award-winning documentary follows producers and consumers of small-scale, sustainable food and features local producers [...]

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  • A Design Junkie Heads to Slow Food Nation

    We’ve already mentioned the great design behind the Victory Gardens, but in looking over the other plans for Slow Food Nation, the rest of the exhibits and pavilions promise to be even more impressive. Since I have been getting really excited by the some of [...]

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  • A chance to dance with bees

    This month, California-based conceptual artist Jonathon Keats has taken up bee-keeping. For his submission to the Bay Area Now 5 festival, put on by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Keats planted flower arrangements in locations around San Francisco, all considered for their proximity [...]

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