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CULTURE

Portland's Weird National Rankings

Tattoos? Single ladies? Cigarettes? How our place on official and unofficial lists paint a bizarre portrait of the city.

  • By Cari Johnson
  • Published 12/02/2013

FOOD NEWS

Oregon's Native Oyster, Reborn

Diners and scientists unite to revive the Olympia, the North Pacific Coast's only native oyster species

  • By Virginia Gewin
  • Published 12/02/2013

PDX INDEX

A New Years Eve Countdown

Our by-the-numbers look at 2013, from the Dalai Lama's Trail Blazers gear to the perpetually in-the-works Columbia River Crossing

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 12/02/2013

CULTURE

Dude, Where's My Accent?

Why the California Vowel Shift may have us all by the tongue

  • By Chris Lydgate
  • Published 12/02/2013

THE HISTORY ISSUE: AN APPENDIX

Ode on a Carpet, by T.S.A. Eliot

Soon, Portland International Airport will begin replacing the 14 acres of beloved blue-green carpet covering its terminals, a surface that has welcomed travelers since the early 1990s.

  • Published 12/02/2013

WORLD

Utrecht: Portland's Next Sister City?

Our town hooks up with Utrecht in a city-to-city knowledge share

  • By Marco España
  • Published 11/21/2013

EDITOR'S NOTE

Ten Years of Portland Monthly

Reflections on a decade of magazine making

  • By Rachel Ritchie and Zach Dundas
  • Published 11/01/2013

CULTURE

The Zoo's New Animal House

The Oregon Zoo feathers its nest with a big-money renovation.

  • By Emily Gravlin
  • Published 11/01/2013

HISTORY

A Color-Coded Look at Portland's Urban Growth

A local data tinkerer tracks PDX's progress with interactive map dubbed Portland, Oregon: The Age of a City

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 11/01/2013

PDX INDEX

PDX Index: PoMo Turns 10

As Portland Monthly celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, we take a moment to reflect with an infographic.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 11/01/2013

NEWS

The Perfect Party November 2013

A made-up mash-up of the month's most fascinating people, from a 2-year-old snowboarder to the new head of the OLCC

  • Published 11/01/2013

SPORTS

Can Rip City Be Redeemed?

Five reasons this will be the Blazers' do-or-die season

  • By Ben Golliver
  • Published 11/01/2013

FEATURE

Light A Fire 2013

Our ninth annual celebration honoring the individuals and organizations who make Portland more prosperous, beautiful, healthful, and sustainable—in a word, better.

  • By Kelly Clarke, Jonathan Frochtzwajg, Benjamin Tepler, and Aaron Scott
  • Published 10/11/2013

THE NEW WAY TO WORK

Portland's Best Places to Work

Making a living in Portland is nothing like it used to be. Meet 17 fast-growing local companies, from law firms to micro-breweries, where people learn new skills, have fun, and get stuff done.

  • By Emily Gravlin, Camille Grigsby-Rocca, and Zach Dundas
  • Published 10/01/2013

NEWS

Oregon's Suburban Newspaper Wars

Why the Oregonian and Pamplin Media Group are battling for the burbs—and what that says about the future of hyperlocal print media

  • By Sam Coggeshall and Zach Dundas
  • Published 10/01/2013

CULTUREPHILE

Tending Tradition at the Portland Japanese Garden

The world-class garden's CEO Steve Bloom and curator Sadafumi Uchiyama seek to reinvent an exquisite, endangered art.

  • By Ashley Anderson and Randy Gragg
  • Published 10/01/2013

INTERVIEW

Q&A: Lincoln High School's Peyton Chapman

The veteran principal on youth culture, smartphones, and her own teenage misadventure

  • By Michael Zusman
  • Published 09/03/2013

CULTURE

Portland's Urban Homestead Laws

Harvest season got you hankering to start your own super-Portlandy backyard farm? Master the local rules of citified animal husbandry.

  • By Alisha Gorder
  • Published 09/03/2013

NEWS

Why Portland's Central Library Matters More than Ever

Multnomah County's downtown landmark celebrates its centennial this month—and sets course for the future.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 09/03/2013

FALL ARTS PROFILE

Visionary Photographer Robert Adams Turns His Lens on Oregon

A new exhibition explores how the legendary landscape photographer portrays a changing west—and his own convictions.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 09/03/2013
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