Monthly Archives: October 2016

  • White and Mrs. Chocolate

    White and Mrs. Chocolate

    It’s what’s on the inside that counts. This was drilled into our prepubescent brains and, yet, how quickly we forget. I bring this up because, when you first see the…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Twilight Theatre Company

    Twilight Theatre Company

    The Kenton neighborhood in North Portland is full of surprises. From delightful soul food to affordable houses and more trees and parks than you can count, Kenton is a hidden…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Mt Hood RR

    Mt Hood RR

    You can see it from anywhere in the Portland Metropolitan area. It’s like a giant, white capped hat, a beacon of hope, a comfort that is always there. Mt. Hood,…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Apizza Scholls

    Apizza Scholls

    If there is a person on the planet that can walk by a pizza shop, take a whiff of baking pizza and not feel the sudden urge to eat an…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Art in the Garden

    Art in the Garden

    The Oregon Garden in Silverton, Oregon—about an hour south of Portland—is more than 80-acres of natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. The garden is an indulgent treat with more than…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Aces Full

    Aces Full

    My love of poker is no secret. Three years of living in Las Vegas kind of scared me for life. What happened there, didn’t stay there. But, it’s a lot…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Zoiglhaus


    Portland is not only one of the best cities in America for beer—it’s on a meteoric rise to one of the beer capitals of the world. For the purveyors and…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Olivers


    Anyone that knows me knows that I LOVE breakfast. It’s by far my favorite meal which, unfortunately with my work schedule, I am unable to fully enjoy on a regular…

    Written by Rick Sadle