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VENTURES

This Portland Start-Up Could Be the Yelp for Campgrounds

Dyrt aims to create a virtual marketplace for campfire rings and RV hookups.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/25/2016

BIBLES & KICKFLIPS

A Northeast Portland Church Combines Skateboarding and Bible Study

Skatechurch searches for the ollie grail.

  • By Emma Mannheimer
  • Published 03/25/2016

Q&A

Meet Portland’s World-Famous Cyber Dominatrix

“Humiliatrix” Ceara Lynch cracks the whip.

  • By Alex Keith
  • Published 03/25/2016

PDX INDEX

Are Portlanders Paying the Arts Tax? (Not really.)

And where’s that money going, anyway?

  • By Ramona DeNies
  • Published 03/25/2016

DISPATCH

Is Tipping Dead?

Restaurateur Scott Dolich of the Bent Brick and Park Kitchen embarks on a bold experiment to close the wage chasm between cooks and servers.

  • By Benjamin Tepler
  • Published 03/25/2016

RECREATION LEGISLATION

New Oregon-Led Federal Bill Wants More Explorers in America's Backcountry

The proposed Recreation Not Red-Tape Act—spearheaded by Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden—hopes to boost small-town economies with more (hiking) boots on the ground.

  • By Caitlin Collins
  • Published 03/22/2016

THE LONG PLAY

PODCAST: Mayoral Hopeful Jules Bailey Reveals His Vision for Portland (and Love of Star Trek)

In the debut of Portland Monthly's podcast The Long Play, the campaign's youthful upstart talks about why the city's top job should be his.

  • By Sika Stanton, Marty Patail, and Zach Dundas
  • Published 03/21/2016

STARTUP

Why Portland is Embracing This California-Made Community Site

Rooster, an online community where the only rule is you can ask for anything you need as long as it’s free, has skyrocketed in Portland.

  • By Sarah Hopwood
  • Published 03/07/2016

BOOKS & TALKS

Single Women Are Changing America, Says Rebecca Traister

What does it mean that women are delaying marriage—or choosing not to marry at all? In her new book, All the Single Ladies, Traister says that's excellent news.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 03/07/2016

NEWS

5 Unsettling Lessons from Vice’s Guide to Surviving the Big One

Bungalows are cute, but they might be your downfall.  

  • By Jack Rushall
  • Published 03/04/2016

VAPE LAWS

Sorry, Smokers: The Flight to Vapelandia Is Officially Canceled

After a five-year wait, the federal government finally adds vaping to its no-fly list.

  • By Ramona DeNies
  • Published 03/02/2016

BIG PICTURE

It’s Not Spring Till the Cherry Blossoms Pop

These trees are pretty in pink.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 03/01/2016

SPRING ARTS

Can Portland Artists Survive the City’s New Gilded Age?

A property boom means mass evictions and escalating rents. What does that mean for our creative scene?

  • By Fiona McCann
  • Published 03/01/2016

SHAKEDOWN

What’s the Deal With Ellen Rosenblum?

Oregon’s attorney general is running for a second term. But first, we size her up.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/01/2016

SCIENCE

Researchers Unlock the Secrets of Panda Sex

Hint: the Viagra might not be helping.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/01/2016

5 THINGS ABOUT

Beyond Pre: What to Know About Running in Oregon

As some of the world’s best runners converge in Portland for the Indoor Track & Field Championships, we take a look at a sport besieged by scandal.

  • By Katie Vaughan
  • Published 03/01/2016

Q&A

5 Reasons We Don’t Get Numbers

And it has nothing to do with math.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/01/2016

PDX INDEX

The New York Times Has Been Obsessed With Portland Even Longer Than We Thought

From 1854 to today, the Gray Lady has played our city hot and cold.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 03/01/2016

DISPATCH

This Portland Fabric Lab is Testing the Fashion of the Future

Whether you’re making a waterproof jacket or high-tech sports bra, Elizabeth LeMay has got it dialed.

  • By Megan Haverman
  • Published 03/01/2016

PUBLISHING NEWS

Tin House Publisher Win McCormack Purchases The New Republic

The progressive magazine, which has weathered several tumultuous years, has been sold to McCormack, a longtime publisher and one of Oregon's biggest Democratic donors.

  • By Rebecca Jacobson
  • Published 02/26/2016
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