Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • Sullivan’s Gulch

    Sullivan’s Gulch

    Sullivan’s Gulch. It’s quite a name, right? Makes me think of a Swamp in Lord of the Rings, or maybe a tavern in the middle of nowhere. Probably does not…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • DeNicola’s


    I’m going to ask a question to which there is only one correct answer: What I the best kind of food to go out for? Italian. Obviously. But, that’s only…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Kruger Farms

    Kruger Farms

    Halloween. It’s the one day of the year where it is okay to not be yourself. To dress up as something scary, sexy, sweet, cute or funny. It’s the one…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Bazooka Battle

    Bazooka Battle

    Paint ball is a blast. Donning protective gear, loading up on brightly colored projectiles powered by CO2 and then running and hiding in the woods, or in an urban setting.…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Glowing Greens

    Glowing Greens

    KT Tunstall, the singer/songwriter from Portland, is coming to Portland on 9/28 at the Wonder Ballroom. Ahead of her show here, I was offered the chance to meet with her…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Dogtober Fest

    Dogtober Fest

    Portland is known as one of the most dog friendly cities in the country. We have dog spas, dog hotels, numerous dog parks, and even dog friendly restaurants and brew…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Foster Burger

    Foster Burger

    Boy, do I love a good cheeseburger. Juicy meat cooked just a little pink, topped with melted cheese, onions, ketchup, mustard and a savory bun. Nothing feels more American than…

    Written by Rick Sadle
  • Autumn Portland

    Autumn Portland

    Portland, Oregon in the fall. Is there a more beautiful place on earth? The leaves in Connecticut have nothing on our Oregonian leaves. This is the time of the year…

    Written by Rick Sadle