The legendary director behind Halloween was in town this week to perform original scores to films that don't exist. We talked to him about making the music before the movie.
“Humiliatrix” Ceara Lynch cracks the whip.
BOOKS & TALKS
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.
We chat with Portland-based DC Builders, who raise barns for the modern era.
And it has nothing to do with math.
OREGON WOMAN 2016
We asked these local luminaries to pair off for conversations about what it means to be an Oregon woman today. Here’s what they said.
Zach Dundas, Marty Patail, and Kelly Clarke
Portland author Ben Musholt’s third book unlocks the secrets of parkour.
The executive director of Hatch Innovation on Oregon’s groundbreaking new rules for start-up capitalists
When should you make your move?
The creative director of innovative banking app Simple breaks it down.
Portland researcher Louis Picker could be on the brink of a cure, and this year will be crucial to his quest.
Founders Paul King and Walter Jaffe tell us why this is such a big deal
Chad Brown’s path to the river wasn’t easy—but now he wants to share his experience with everyone he can.
Your future apartment will know when you are sleeping.
Hot Yoga for Life’s Kelly Suttell chats about inventing KinetiK yoga and replacing Bikram with her own hatha sequence.
By day, Miroslav Lovric is a security guard at the Portland Art Museum; by night, he’s a painter inspired by the masters he guards.
The one-man show behind Morgan Street Theater talks about his greatest hits and launching a bonafide pop-up.
Wildfang's CEO Emma McIlroy talks Evan Rachel Wood, the new West End shop, and liberating meanswear from the men's department
Q & A
Portland’s doyenne of Italian cooking talks about working at Produce Row in the '70s, the long history of waiting in line for brunch, and what it means to be one of Hillary Clinton’s “culinary ambassadors.”
The chief petitioner of last year's successful legalization measure talks about where we are now—and where we have to go.