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Prost owner Dan Hart has brought in former St. Jack sous chef Graham Chaney to man the kitchen at his upcoming Stammtisch.

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Juan Pablo Galavis continues his search for TV time, er, uh, true love on the new season of "The Bachelor"; "Hostages" ends its low-profile first season; and "Castle" returns with a new episode.

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He'd been ill for about a month and died Saturday following a minor surgery.

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This last week was all about shoes - from football cleats to baby cowboy boots. Watch a video recap of these shoe stories.

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Here's a partial list of upcoming restaurants on our radar, including St. Jack N.W., Bollywood Theater S.E., and Stammtisch (i.e. Prost N.E.). For us, it's a way to keep track of what's new. For you, it's a handy gameplan to where you'll be eating in the next year.

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"Downton Abbey" draws a crowd of about 10 million viewers for its Season 4 debut; and Sasheer Zamata is the newest cast member of "Saturday Night Live."

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It's mother versus daughter as Meryl Streep squares off against Julia Roberts in the adaptation of Tracy Letts' popular play "August: Osage County."

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The New Zealand singer loves short fiction and thinks Kurt Vonnegut is "way sassy."

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Winter can be a tough time to get in shape in Portland. Why not take advantage of all the out-of-the-box resources our oddball city has to offer? Kill two New Year's resolutions with one stone by getting in shape with new experiences – all while staying dry.

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The documentary "La Camioneta" follows a school bus sold at auction in the U.S. down to Guatemala, where it becomes the key to its new owners having a better life.

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Pacific University's Master of Fine Arts in Writing program will host public readings during its annual 10-day residency in Seaside.

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One week before opening, chef Daniel Mondok told The Oregonian his vision for the restaurant was inspired in part by chef Thomas Keller's famed Yountville, Calif. restaurant, The French Laundry.

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The distinguished Soviet-born pianist performs twice, but Sunday's concert is sold out.

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At the digital kitchen table, today's hot topics include a well-placed argument against blade coffee grinders, a dozen different ways to cook green beans, and a look at some of the most-disgusting salads ever created.

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Weekend food photos with a special weather report from Chicago.

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Gathering three smaller titles from France, the "My French Film Fesitval" is a three-day buffet of comedy and drama from overseas.

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Restaurant news, links and video from Portland and beyond.

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A new addition to the Ocean brings all-vegan Indian plates to the meat-heavy mini-restaurant complex.

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The Forest Grove High School drama department will present Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” starting Jan. 10.John Anderberg, director of the production, explained that this is one of Shakespeare’s most accessible plays.“It’s very light-hearted

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In "What Maisie Knew," a 7-year-old girl is shuttled back and forth between her wealthy, divorced parents, a couple of decadent narcissists so cartoonishly horrible that their split seems like the best thing to ever happen to Maisie.

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Yaacov Bergman, artistic director of the Portland Chamber Orchestra, is known for fusing art and science with music. At their concert, "Oh Those Gershwin Boys!" Dr. Lawrence Sherman will share about the brain and its connection to music.

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It's season finale time for the CBS comedy, "Mike & Molly," chefs show off healthy cooking techniques on "Chopped," and "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" welcomes Lindy West, of "Jezebel," and Jim Norton.

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Speaking during Harvard's 362nd commencement before a packed Harvard Yard, Winfrey says, "Failure is just life trying to move us in another direction."

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The success of her new single, "Beautiful," has the singer planning a world tour, according to a tweet from her publicity company.

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 View full sizeSarah Polley turns the camera on her family in "Stories We Tell"  Sarah Polley has been a working actress since the age of four, growing up in front of Canadian TV audiences in the series "Avonlea" before earning...

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"Pieta" is a Korean tale of a violent man who meets his long-lost mother.

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Township and Range -- which bills itself as an American-style tavern -- has a hearty menu, substantial portions, and the cooking is not what you'd call nuanced.

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The Olympic champion makes the first-day cut in a $5,000 event.

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