Food Event Spotlight
The Bounty of Yamhill County celebrates August 26–28 with hot air balloon rides and Pinot.
The Portland-based boutique fitness brand offers a free workout in the Pearl District on August 20, complete with snacks and swag bags.
EAT THIS NOW
Dirty dirty fries at OP Wurst and soft-serve at Lovely’s Fifty Fifty are your required eating for the week.
Eat Beat Team
A new outpost of Portland’s chic frozen yogurt spot will snug between Stella Taco and Bollywood Theater come October.
Eat Beat has the first look and menu details at Revelry, a new restaurant from Seattle superstars Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi.
No surprise, Portland's cat Instagramming game is elite.
Two Oregonians—four-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky—share nourishing recipes for athletes and families.
This month, the National Park Service turns 100 years old. We found six amazing items to trick out your celebration.
Marisa Russell and Ramona DeNies
Ridgy's Royall Boat Beer will be available at Hopworks Urban Brewery starting Sunday, August 7.
Major Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquakes occur more often than we thought.
With studio space prices soaring, Phloem says goodbye to Portland and hello to better views.
Your whole family can now bond over dysentery and hardtack.
We're losing another good one. Downtown shoe haven Johnny Sole is selling off everything, starting now.
The "majesty of flight" indeed.
Forget the Olympics. We’ve already won big at the country's biggest annual cheese throwdown.
Local author Adam Sawyer teams up with Falcon Guide to explore the great outdoors.
Aerialists spinning from the trees. Pink Martini crooning at the zoo. Coney Island photography in the Pearl. Pirouettes (and prima donnas, and Pee-wee, and Prospero) at the park. Ahoy, August.
Rebecca Jacobson and Lisa Dunn
Ahead of the Portland premiere of Annapurna, we talk to director Isaac Lamb about the best of theater, the right weed strain for the show, and how Donald Trump led him back to town.
He's a Portlander who happened to try out for a movie looking for photo doubles. Now he’s forever the dead guy in Stand by Me, which turns 30 this month.
The annually awesome Pendarvis Farm festival returns with a kick-ass lineup on six stages. We've combed through a packed schedule for musical highlights.
Portland Monthly Arts Team