A bird named Joe just flew 8,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean. Authorities down under have deemed him a killable quarantine risk.
Available commercial space and a market for little luxuries at home were silver linings of 2020.
Enjoying winter … while we can.
Portland’s Black community is relatively small—and yet, it certainly does not speak with a single voice.
Artists, athletes, musicians, business boosters, and celebs encourage Portlanders to take their love to town—or rather, spend their dollars in town.
A look at the independent journalists who have live-streamed the revolution.
Light a Fire
“I feel that the more that we can express and share our creativity, the healthier we’re going to be as a planet.”
Transition Projects combats homelessness with deeply affordable housing units built for long-term societal change.
We asked Toffee Club’s Niki Diamond to tell us about a dearly departed outlet she’s mourning, and then kept the shout-outs going.
A revolutionary concept dubbed "The Afro-Village Movement" aims to reconstruct the models to offer food, hygiene, and therapy for those experiencing homeless...
It's takeout only for bars and restaurants; social gatherings should be only two households or up to six people.
Stephanie Gehring on the importance of courtroom reporters and stenographers and why the shift toward digital recordings matters.
Yes, it’s yet another ‘I rode an e-bike for the first time, and it was kind of cool’ story.
If you haven’t yet filled out your form for the once-a-decade count, stop reading right now and go do it. Seriously, right now.
Two Portland organizers explain how transmisogyny and oppression are structural—and how we can fight back.
“Looking at fire seasons in the west over the past five to 10 years, it’s likely to be like this or to get worse as climate continues to change.”
*As soon as it's safe to leave your house, that is
With wildfires spreading quickly around Oregon, we hear from evacuated residents who wonder if there are any safe havens left.
In this extended episode of Footnotes, Gabriel Granillo discusses how the sounds, chants, and music emanating from the protests in Portland.
Here are a few tips to help protect your lungs from the smoke.