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Houselessness

A New Tiny-Home Village for the Houseless Is Opening Soon in Portland

The project is run by the nonprofit WeShine, one of a small but growing number of nongovernmental organizations that are getting managed villages populated by tiny sleeping pods.

7:00am By Julia Silverman

Food News

With Pah!, Portland Now Has a Proudly Deaf-Owned Restaurant

The queer, Latinx, and deaf-owned eatery inside The Zed serves up beef and vegan burgers, blooming onions, and fish and chips with a side of ASL slang.

08/12/2022 By Katherine Chew Hamilton

Q&A

This Portland Woman Spends Her Free Time Trapping Cats to Be Spayed and Neutered

Karen Jealous, a.k.a 'PDX Cat Trapper', takes feral and stray felines to be spayed and neutered, and then returns them to their community.

08/12/2022 By Michelle Harris

Hike of the Month

Hike of the Month: Ecola Point to Indian Beach

Lighthouse views and inland shade on this Oregon Coast trail near Cannon Beach, at Ecola State Park

08/12/2022 By Michelle Harris

Business

Can an Indie Takeover Bring Back the Lloyd Center’s Glory Days?

Local, art-focused shops, including Musique Plastique and Floating World Comics, are bringing new life to the iconic Portland mall.

08/11/2022 By Sam Pape

Retail Therapy

10 Portland Stores on Our Radar Screens Right Now

From new boutiques to old favorites in new spaces to under-the-radar spots, head to these Rose City gems the next time you need to scratch your shopping itch.

08/11/2022 By Julia Silverman