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Kitchen Design

Five Phenomenal Portland Kitchens

When it comes to reinventing the heart of the home, craft and style count.

  • By Brian Libby
  • Published 09/21/2016

ARCHITECTURE

Yes, the Memorial Coliseum Is Now a "National Treasure"

The symbolic designation could save the controversial 56-year-old stadium from the wrecking ball.

  • By Lisa Dunn
  • Published 06/10/2016

THE FUTURE

In a New Era of High Prices and Soaring Popularity, What Will Portland Become?

As the cost of living skyrockets, new people pour in, and shiny new buildings rise, Portland must act fast to save its soul.

  • By Marty Patail, Ramona DeNies, Zach Dundas, Brian Libby, and Randy Gragg
  • Published 03/25/2016

WHAT'S NEXT

Portland Is Changing Faster Than You Can Believe

Here are five big game changers already in the works.

  • By Zach Dundas, Brian Libby, and Randy Gragg
  • Published 03/25/2016

Habitat

High-Water Haven

Winter floods and financial red tape couldn’t stop an architect couple from building their dream cabin in Hood River.

  • By Brian Libby
  • Published 08/17/2012

Out and About

Taking Time to Measure Up

Evaluating our green building efforts, PSU helps us ask how we’re doing so far.

  • By Kristin Belz
  • Published 05/07/2012

Scene & Heard

Long Gone Blonde

Humphrey Bogart's ex-wife—and film femme fatale—Mayo Methot rests in peace in Portland.

  • By Brian Libby
  • Published 10/14/2011

HOMEGIRL

Manila Mata Hari

Portland woman Claire Phillips served as a WWII spy in Manila, earning her the Presidential Medal of Freedom and inspiring a Hollywood film. Upon returning to Portland her rise to fame quickly came and went, leaving her incredible and long-forgotten story

  • By Brian Libby
  • Published 01/14/2011
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