Pok Pok on Division rocks!

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under Reviews

Starting as a food cart in Portland, Pok Pok’s Thai cuisine has left customers satisfied for years. Now Pok Pok has two other locations, one in New York, and another in Los Angeles. The restaurant serves traditional Thai street foods, with a Whiskey Soda Lounge in the back of the restaurant. PDX Pok Pok is located on Division street. ...

Mixtape: Coping with Spring

April 15, 2016

Getting back into the groove of school after break can be difficult, especially when spring is finally bringin...

Tastebuds: Koi Fusion worth the extra dollars

By Conor Bergin, Editor-in-Chief

April 13, 2016

Filed under Reviews

I am walking down bustling Division street on a Saturday evening; it’s one of the first days of beautiful sunshine Portland has seen all year. After weeks of rain, Portlanders are taking in their reward. The street is jumping--bikers and pedestrians flooding the scene. As I walk, the loud noise and chatter engulfs me from the...

Tastebuds: Look no further than Burgerville for lunch

By Marc Duhamel, Reporter

March 10, 2016

Filed under Health, Reviews

Have you ever been looking for somewhere to get some good food but you couldn't find the perfect place? Look no further, there has been a place right under your nose: Burgerville. The franchise has been around for 52 years. Our local Burgerville on 26th and Powell has been cooking up burgers for 20 years and they support...

A Work of Art

A Work of Art

By Henry Hawking, Reporter

March 2, 2016

Filed under Arts, Reviews

“A Work of Art” hits the digital shelves on Friday Feb. 10. The collection is made up of poems, short sto...

A track by track review of Rihanna’s, “Anti”

A track by track review of Rihanna’s, “Anti”

February 23, 2016

Rihanna finally dropped her heavily-awaited eighth studio album, and it's nothing like we expected. “An...

The Premier Septet performs their first official gig at Jimmy Mak’s

The Premier Septet performs their first official gig at Jimmy Mak’s

February 17, 2016

The Premier Septet, a jazz group comprised of four Cleveland High School students and two other high sch...

Tastebuds: Delicious Tea with a Side of Comfort

By Siana Ramos, Reporter

February 17, 2016

Filed under Reviews

      Have you ever been inside a magic, crundy cocoon, warm and glowing, while sipping a sweet nectar that tastes like Beyoncé’s tears? If you go to Tea Chai Té, you’ll get pretty close. Recently, I’ve been going to this majestic tea shop located on 13th Ave in Sellwood and it’s honestly changed my life.       ...

Mixtape: Soft songs for super sensitive men

By Kira Rea and Grace Benefiel

January 23, 2016

Filed under Arts, Columnists, Reviews

As seniors, with only a semester left, some of us have hit a pretty nostalgic point in our lives, so we’ve decided to bring it back with some old school hits, when R&B could take us away. R&B and its counterpart Hip Hop dominated the music scene in the late ‘90s and early 2000s. Billboard’s records show fr...

Mixtape: Songs for the world traveler

January 22, 2016

We are well educated on our musical savants here in the U.S., but rarely do we pop our American bald ea...

Tastebuds: Cafe Broder

Tastebuds: Cafe Broder

January 19, 2016

Brunch: the perfect match between a lazy weekend breakfast and a hearty mid-day meal. Café Broder, a r...

Tastebuds: Thai Lahnna

Tastebuds: Thai Lahnna

November 19, 2015

To start, you have to know that I am a Thai food addict. I have a deep, undying love for Thai food. So,...

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