Is it time to say goodbye to Whole Foods Market and hello to New Foods Market?
Unwind with free massages and yoga classes, a community-building potluck, a healing-focused crafts fair, or a Grinch-themed bike ride.
“No one had a contingency plan for this.”
Portland Monthly Staff
From public lands to parks funding to climate policy, it’s going to be a rocky ride.
"I do not have any silver lining."
Expect an era of “satire with teeth,” among other responses.
From the role of venture capital to the urban/rural divide to simple pain and healing, there’s a lot of work to do.
Here’s how Trump’s presidency might affect your uterus.
Don't want to make your own turkey and pumpkin pie? These local eateries will do it for you.
It turns out that seasonal changes really do affect our biological clocks.
Millions of Americans turn to Xanax, meditation, herbal supplements, and weed—but which is best?
Shake off holiday stress, stock your herbal pharmacy, join an epic plant-based potluck, and sign up for a turkey (or Tofurky) trot.
Through October 30, nab $499 winter tickets (with an Iceland stopover) to five European cities.
Ignore the haters—getting vaccinated is the best way to protect your community from illness this winter.
Soak It Up
From a one-hour drive from Portland to a weekender destination, beat winter chill with a soak at one of these nine natural hot spots.
A Eugene-based archeological nonprofit wants you to fund its 2017 expedition to the middle of the ocean.
Should Portlanders be worried about lead pipes and paint?
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers advice to help families avoid eating disorders, obesity, and body shame.
We won’t bore you with all the lederhosen-wearing, stein-raising, oompah-playing details. You know what time it is.
Some jerks knocked over Cape Kiwanda's iconic Duckbill formation. They were caught—on video, at least. Now Oregon State Police is on the case. But really, only you can prevent geology crimes.