Jesse Eisenberg Gets In Touch With His Inner Oregonian

The Social Network star on filming Night Moves in Southern Oregon.

06/02/2014 By Aaron Scott


PoMo Picks: June 2014

Sarah McLachlan talks Portlandia, Jawz: The Musical in 3-D, Cher and Cyndi Lauper take over the Moda Center, and the rest of the month's best bets for things to see or do



Four Reasons to Dine at Kachka Right Now

Eastern promises (and plenty of vodka) await inside Portland’s new Russian eatery.

06/02/2014 By Benjamin Tepler


Squirrel Nut Sippers: DIY Walnut Liqueur

We'll show you how to turn those green walnuts into black gold by Christmas.

06/02/2014 By Kelly Clarke


The Lost Album of Okinawa

In 1945, a Portland navy officer salvaged a book of photos from the Okinawa battlefield. Seven decades later, his widow began a journey to find its owners.

06/02/2014 By Aaron Scott


The Essential Guide to Mount St. Helens

We explore the mountain's top trails and campgrounds, history and lore, and take in in-depth look inside the historic eruption.

06/02/2014 Edited by Rachel Ritchie


World Cup Beer Garden Comes to NW 21st

Starting June 12, the pop-up World Cup Beer Garden opens on NW 21st next to the former Gypsy Lounge.

05/30/2014 By Greg Young


Inside Cultured Caveman, Portland's First 100% Paleo Restaurant

The Kenton neighborhood brick-and-mortar eatery from Portland's gluten-, grain-, dairy-, and soy-free cart stars is ready to rock.

05/30/2014 By Allison Jones


The Birth of Crater Lake

As Crater Lake National Park turns 112, we explore the devastating volcanic eruption that formed it 7,700 years ago.

05/30/2014 By Caleb Diehl


The Turning Point: Timbers vs. Whitecaps

The Timbers look to make it three-in-a-row during Sunday's Cascadia clash against a dangerous Vancouver side.

05/30/2014 By Mike Schwartz


Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 28-31

Tickets go on sale for Tom Petty, Beck, and the Avett Brothers; the Decemberists play Castaways and Cutouts in its entirety, Artists Rep Playboy is a theatrical delight, and skeletons sing opera.

05/29/2014 Edited by Aaron Scott By Portland Monthly Staff and Danielle Klenak


Brisa Trinchero: The Biggest Name in Portland Theater

The Portland native turned Broadway producer is wracking up the Tony’s. The west coast premiere of her newest play, Lizzie: The Musical, opens this weekend at PCS.

05/29/2014 By Michael McGregor


Local Author's Robot Apocalypse Takes Over the World

Author Daniel H. Wilson has won legions of fans with his provocative tales of robot uprisings.

05/29/2014 By Jonathan Frochtzwajg


Local Designer Adds Bestselling Sewing Author to Her Resume

Portland-based womenswear designer Alyson Clair publishes her first book this month—and it's already a top seller for sewing enthusiasts.

05/29/2014 By Eden Dawn


Portland Crowned King of Bike Commuting

A new report by the US Census Bureau shows that more Portlanders bike to work than residents of any major US city.

05/29/2014 By Caleb Diehl


Win Tickets to the PDX Urban Wine Experience

Want to taste your way through Portland’s top urban wine producers? We’re giving away a four-pack of tickets to the action.

05/29/2014 By Peter Holmstrom


Review: Artists Rep’s ‘The Playboy of the Western World’

ART’s staging of the controversial Irish classic is a true theatrical treat; you’d be a fool not to see it. Thru June 22

05/28/2014 By Aaron Scott


Sasquatch 2014: A Photo Journey

Words fail to describe the Sasquatch experience; luckily, we’ve got a slew of photos documenting the tunes and trends of this year’s three-day jamboree at the Gorge.

05/28/2014 By Molly Woodstock


What's the 8th Wonder of Oregon? Tell Us and Win!

We're giving away these 7 sweet sew-on patches, courtesy of Travel Oregon. Just tell us what the 8th Wonder of Oregon should be.

05/28/2014 By Nicole Cordier


Is Langbaan Portland’s Best New Restaurant?

As Portland’s restaurant scene grows up and gets more diverse, the most exciting food is popping up in unlikely places.

05/28/2014 By Karen Brooks