The state reported its highest-ever daily case count on September 25.
The Pixie Project has some advice for you.
Open the windows, go for a walk, pick some produce—but read our guide first.
The Great Escape
"People want to grow their own garden and have chickens—live a little more of the farm-style life and be more self-sustainable, in case something happens wit...
But officials would prefer that you stay home, to keep roads and hotels clear.
*As soon as it's safe to leave your house, that is
The Grimm star's new video shows mask wearers from across the country and world.
Vax On, Vax Off
In a state where vaccine skeptics abound, there’s no guarantee enough people will take a coronavirus vaccine, even if one is available.
Portland Monthly arts editor Conner Reed talks about how drive-in theaters have reemerged in the age of coronavirus.
Pondering whether to hit the road this holiday? We've got thoughts.
Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks and Portland Monthly food editor Katherine Chew Hamilton discuss how restaurants and food writing are...
Sports offer a distinct kind of respite from the constant coronavirus barrage. They offer an invite to community at a time when we need it the most.
Write Out Loud
“So many of us are inhaling and not exhaling. We’re just sort of taking it all in, and we’re just being burdened and stressed and our bodies literally cannot...
Why recognizing and maintaining our mental health is crucial in this moment not only for ourselves, but for those around us
This volunteer-staffed farm feeds Black and brown Portlanders every week—many of them for free.
It's been six months since the first Oregonian tested positive for COVID-19. A lot can happen in half a year.
Gabriel Granillo and Margaret Seiler
Founder Cydnie Smith-McCartney wants to spread her love for juice and wellness.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
With the coronavirus’s disproportionate effect on the Latinx community and communities of color, language access and medical interpretation are more importan...
The Old College Try
Open up, and place students at risk of contracting coronavirus, or stay closed, and face a financial freefall.
The Oregon Health Authority advises against it.