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From oxygen facials to sound healing to goat happy hour (what?!), these local wellness centers offer the latest in self-care regimens.
In Portland for their production of ‘Alegría,’ the world's greatest contortionists face their toughest challenge yet.
Expect to see "full," "waitlist," and "members only" messages, but there are still some spots available or coming online soon at Portland parks, gyms, and more.
The Red Cross and Bloodworks Northwest are asking for donors to step up.
Health & Wellness
Vegan soaps, chemical-free candles, and herbal supplements, and more
A North Portland dentist designs a disposable flosser that’s good for your teeth and better for the environment.
Hannah Corbin, born and raised in Oregon, pursued dance in New York City before becoming a founding instructor at the digital fitness giant.
OHSU nurse Andy Paulson tells us why he’s sticking it out: 'We’re short staffed, we’re tired, people are really sick.’
Eat & Drink
Discover the stories and flavors behind Brew Dr., Soma, and more brands sold in Portland.
Since 2019, the Recovery Gym in NW Portland has been redefining recovery.
Bimma Williams, host of Claima Stories, talks about preparing for the 199-mile relay and how cancer has impacted his life.
Portland-based Sport Source connects athletes, coaches, and more to gyms and sports facilities. We talk with CEO Casey Trujeque about the new app.
Portland fitness experts say drink more water, 'start low and go slow', and don't even think about skipping the cooldown.
Gabriel Granillo and Cami Hughes
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us break down what exactly burnout is, how to recognize it, and how we—as employees and employers—can prevent it and recover...
How to recognize and recover from burnout. Pro tip: You’ll need your boss’s help.
Put in the time now to reap the sweet, homegrown reward later.
Most businesses don’t care for the state’s vaccine verification rules. One exception? The gym.
We talk with Alaí Reyes-Santos from the Oregon Water Futures Project about the findings from their 2021 report.
17 people were affected, including staff—but those who had been vaccinated were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms.
Vaccine-eager counties are headed for a relaxation of capacity and gathering rules. Vaccine resistant counties won't be so lucky.