Allison Jones serves as the magazine’s digital czar, which requires constant wrangling of Portland Monthly’s Facebook and Twitter presence, overseeing a handful vibrant blogs, and adding a health nut’s perspective to the magazine’s food, wine, and wellness coverage. She’s always good for a restaurant recommendation or a good-natured lecture on why you should be eating more sauerkraut. She is the power behind the magazine’s newest blog, the Balance, where she shares health tips, fitness trends, and the best gluten-free cupcakes.
Since joining the magazine in 2011, the California native and Reed College graduate has sipped her way through several years of Portland Monthly’s annual list of the 50 Best Oregon Wines, fallen in love with the Pacific Northwest’s farmers markets, bookstores, yoga studios, and hiking trails, and written over 1000 articles on regional edibles, potables, and a long list of things every Oregonian—native or new—must do.
You Should Probably Throw Out Your Makeup
TREAT YO SELF
Portland's Back to School Spa Specials
Tomatoes and Melon: A Gazpacho Match Made in Farmers Market Heaven
A Shopper's Guide to Portland's Best International Markets
The Trending Smoothie Ingredient that Could Boost Your Libido (and More)
6 Acts We're Excited to See at the Stumptown Improv Festival
2 Crazy Delicious New Ways to Make Corn on the Cob
Salt & Straw Expands Its Los Angeles Empire
Stock Up on Natural Beauty Products at Pacifica's Summer Warehouse Sale
What Are the Next Big Trends in Smoothies and Juice?
So What's the Deal with Bone Broth, Anyway?
New Seasons Slabtown Opens in Northwest Portland
FOOD AND DRINK EVENTS
The Eat Beat Weekly Planner: Food Events for Every Kind of Eater
Recapping Pickathon 2015—in Photos!
Portland’s Little Big Burger Sold to Chanticleer Holdings, Inc.
Barre3 in the Park Returns for Another Round of Outdoor Workouts
Kure's West End Location Will Debut with New Menu of Salads, Soups, and Macro Bowls
The New Zoom: An All-In-One Healthcare System or a Holistic Pipe Dream?
Tips for Hiking with Kids from Real Portland Parents