A property boom means mass evictions and escalating rents. What does that mean for our creative scene?
Oregon’s attorney general is running for a second term. But first, we size her up.
From thrash metal to Thornton Wilder, acrobat lumberjacks to Leon Bridges, we present our picks for the season’s sweetest tickets.
EAT HERE NOW
North Mississippi Avenue has a new place to slurp.
WORD OF MOUTH
Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks dishes on the restaurants, obsessions, and under-the-radar finds of the month.
The Ox cookbook will help you make the perfect steak.
Pizza Jerk rolls out a first: the punk-rock family pizza joint.
The Pacific Northwest’s largest distillery has a massive new home in the Central Eastside.
In a plush, century-old parlor, Joseph Mueller outfits customers in the finest silk and wool.
This month’s hottest locally made goods, from ergonomically pleasing knives to an app that’ll help you make spontaneous plans
Hint: the Viagra might not be helping.
And it has nothing to do with math.
From 1854 to today, the Gray Lady has played our city hot and cold.
Whether you’re making a waterproof jacket or high-tech sports bra, Elizabeth LeMay has got it dialed.
And should be nothing to complain about—but sometimes we do anyway.
Whether the picture was worth taking in the first place is still up to you.
Essance Skincare founder Jasmine Tran produces organic superfood for your skin.
Portland architect Rick Berry puts a new-school edge on regional design.
The local author—whose new short story collection is out March 8—talks about hearing Chuck Palahniuk recite her work at Powell's, cheaper times in Portland, and why this is still a great town in which to be a writer.
The progressive magazine, which has weathered several tumultuous years, has been sold to McCormack, a longtime publisher and one of Oregon's biggest Democratic donors.