Self-Care

25+ Ways to Take Care of Yourself When Everything Isn’t OK

Here's how to feel a little bit better when your world is falling apart.

11/10/2016 By Molly Woodstock

Basketball

Give Thanks for the Trail Blazers at Ripsgiving

Because we all need something to celebrate right now.

11/10/2016 By Webb Wright

Throwback Radio

Radio Days Return with Tesla City Stories

A night of audio entertainment puts a fresh twist on an old medium.

11/10/2016 By Jason Buehrer

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Nov 10–13

The Beach Boys get around (round, round, get around), the Oregon Symphony rocks out to Raiders of the Lost Ark, Late Night Action closes up shop, and local filmmakers show off their chops.

11/10/2016 By Rebecca Jacobson and Jason Buehrer

Thanksgiving Planning

Where to Get Thanksgiving Pie in Portland

Our list of the city’s best flavors, classic and unorthodox, with options for any kind of eater.

11/10/2016 By Rachel Grozanick and Arlo Voorhees

Politics

The Election Party for Portland’s Outsider City Council Winner Turned Surreal

But Chloe Eudaly’s longshot bid provided an oasis of hope for liberal Portland.

11/09/2016 By Arlo Voorhees

Holiday Eats

10 Ways to Eat Out or Order In This Thanksgiving

Don't want to make your own turkey and pumpkin pie? These local eateries will do it for you.

11/09/2016 By Benjamin Tepler

The Long Play

PODCAST: Casey Jarman Talks Death, Grief, and Randy Newman

The Portlander has just published his first book, Death: An Oral History, which includes interviews with a death row warden, a scientist who advocates for "the psychedelic hospice," and his own mom.

11/07/2016 By Rebecca Jacobson

Sweet Tease

First Look: Quin Candy’s Eye-Popping New Cookbook

Quin’s wildly creative Jami Curl gives us an exclusive taste of Candy is Magic, her vivid how-to guide to making all things sweet.

11/07/2016 By Kelly Clarke

Visual Art

What 100 Paintings Say about the Past 100 Years

New York critic Bob Nickas is in Portland to discuss his selection of one painting for every year of the preceding century. We caught up with him ahead of his PICA talk.

11/02/2016 By Ko Ricker

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Nov 3–6

Catch a roller derby smackdown, pack up the covered wagon for some Oregon Trail–inspired theater, heed the call of Siren Nation, cake yourself in glitter for PWR BTTM, and go on a literary frenzy at Wordstock.

11/02/2016 By Rebecca Jacobson, Jason Buehrer, and Fiona McCann

Book Festival

The Essential Guide to Wordstock 2016

Portland’s beloved book festival boasts more than 100 authors all crammed into one short day. We’ve made an itinerary for the time-pressed and book-besotted.

11/02/2016 By Portland Monthly Staff

Style Events

Portland Fashion & Style Awards Turns Five

What are Portland's best boutiques? Who's the city's top accessory designer? What about our best dressed TV personalities? On November 6, the PFSA doles out awards to stylish local industry folks.

11/02/2016 By Eden Dawn

Weekly Planner

Ataula Serves a Rare Brunch, Night Market, and More Portland Food Events

… plus mouthwatering pop-ups at Tournant, a Big Night reenactment, and Portland’s Caffeine Crawl.

11/02/2016 By Arlo Voorhees

Beer Me

What Does It Take to Pass the Ultimate Beer Test?

In a new book, Portland writer Lucy Burningham details her quest to become a Certified Cicerone. We asked how she passed a test harder than bar exams, what trends she loves, and why Portland's brew scene needs more women.

11/02/2016 By Ramona DeNies

News

The Militia Verdict: 'Not Guilty' Was Just Another Chapter in an Ongoing Oregon Saga

A radical vision of the Constitution and who really owns public lands will be with us for a long time.

11/02/2016 By Leah Sottile

Body Talk

Is Winter in Portland Making Us Sleepier?

It turns out that seasonal changes really do affect our biological clocks.

11/02/2016 By Webb Wright

Playlist

November: A Month of Portland Concerts in 20 Songs

From glitter-glam pop-punk to hard-core symphonic play-alongs, November’s music scene gives Portland a lot to be thankful for.

11/02/2016 By Jason Buehrer and Rebecca Jacobson

Travel News

Don't Blink: Here's One More Way to See the 2017 Eclipse

Most hotels in the path of next summer's Great American Eclipse (which passes straight over Oregon) have been booked for years. Starting November 17, there's another lodging option: camping!

11/01/2016 By Lisa Dunn