We all know the pilgrims and natives enjoyed a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. Here we are nearly 392 years later still sitting down for that meal. But what were people eating in the Northwest that night? Our news partners at Willamette Week posed the question.
In a city like Portland, it's no surprise there are alternative ways to make your Thanksgiving plate. We explore "turkey tempeh" and "turkey ice cream".
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A 1969 painting by Francis Bacon set a world record for the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction and a sculpture by Jeff Koons broke a world auction record for a living artist at a Manhattan sale on Tuesday.
Are your headlights getting that yellow, foggy haze? We test a couple of life hacks using things you already have around the house.
What's the best way to dig into a pomegranate? KATU's Brian Woods and Angelica Thornton try two different methods.
It's so easy to share all that holiday fun in an instant: One click and you can cover Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all your other social media accounts. Two seconds later, everyone who wasn't included will know about it, too.
A Seattle doctor offers tasty substitutions for your food cravings that will keep you healthy and satisfied.
Eating out can be tough if you're sensitive to gluten. We've got some ideas.
The American Association of Pediatrics recommends you make a media plan to manager your family's media use.
Castagna's on Hawthorne was named most adventerous, while Ava Gene's won runner-up for best restaurant of the year.
Would you want to eat your dinner out of a toilet? Ok, it's not really a toilet, but it sure looks like one. And depending on what you order, you could be in a for a real stomach turner.
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Our partners at Willamette Week gave us a sneak peak at some of the top restaurants in their much-anticipated restaurant guide that hits newsstands on Wednesday.