From marches and rallies to art workshops and comedy shows, here are 15 inauguration-related happenings to light your political fire as a new president takes office.
New Year's Eve
We know: 2016 sucked. So to send it out with some attitude, we’ve got nine of the city’s best events for your countdown pleasure.
Winter Is Here 2016
Photos from our celebration of the cold weather season and the 20th anniversary of Columbia Sportswear's flagship store
The online music festival for sick kids returns, and it’s “bigger and bedder” than ever.
Steals & Deals
The collaborative, city-wide Little Boxes shopping event returns for a sixth go-around after pouring half a million dollars into the local economy just last year. Be part of the fun.
A three-day project at Pioneer Courthouse Square involves bright lights, yoga, life coaching, and puppy playtime.
Because we all need something to celebrate right now.
Safety in numbers, right?
LIGHT A FIRE 2016
Photos from our 12 annual showcase of local individuals and organizations making Portland a better place to live, love, give, and grow
Portland Monthly Staff
Party among the Warhol prints at Portland Art Museum, after hours. Andy would be proud.
Photos from a major, super classy night of tremendous political dialogue
From haunted curds to graveyard tours, we bag our favorite local Halloween events.
MAKER MIXER 2016
Photos from our Design Annual Launch Party & Yard Grand Opening
Portland Monthly Staff
The inside track on one of Portland’s forgotten places.
As the horses return, we’ve got some gambling tips for the uninitiated.
Ever wanted to play a game where winning depends on whether Donald Trump mispronounces the name of a country? Welcome to Presidential Debate Bingo.
We’ve got our highlights from the two-day event.
This month, the classic game’s most brilliant, crazy-dedicated competitors—including local phenom Terry Purcell—vie for international supremacy in Portland’s Tetris World Championship.
For a decade, Eastern Oregon's Great Salt Lick Contest has auctioned off surreal sculptural blocks of livestock-gnawed sodium. It's goofy—but is it also art?
From ordering explosives to choreographing the 22-minute show, Heather Gobet is Portland's go-to pyrotechnician.