Is this big-budget branded apple the Honeycrisp killer of which prophecy foretold?
New stats suggest that high-speed rail could transform the Northwest.
The Portland Monthly Earthquake Preparedness Personality Test can help.
St. Helens’ Spirit of Halloweentown event celebrates the hamlet’s TV movie alter-ego. (Psst: Twilight also shot there.)
A menstrual equity movement born in Portland goes national
Did you know our state created some of today’s most ubiquitous stuff?
Neal Keny-Guyer's resignation comes days after a bombshell investigation by the Oregonian.
One local author thinks so, making the case in his new book The Rediscovery of Tobacco.
The ban follows the death of two Oregonians and a national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses.
The Japanese creator of Lady Gaga's heel-less platforms chooses Portland for his first solo exhibition in the US.
Save the Planet
Swap out that single-use plastic for locally made, reusable goods...OR ELSE.
PDX Airport Guide: Carpet
Why were we so crazy about some ancient dirty floor covering?
PDX Airport Guide: The Others
From Troutdale to Aurora, meet a few of the other runways serving our skies.
PDX Airport Guide
Short answer: by becoming the city it serves.
Noodle Man's glass-walled kitchen gives a front-row seat to experts twisting, slamming, and flinging strands of elastic dough into regional Chinese dishes.
Over the course of 15 years, the Portland suburb has gained, lost, and regained city status. Where does it stand today?
Eighties-themed costume bashes and rock and roll blowouts to Latina art exhibits: let loose and feel good about yourself doing it.
Light a Fire
These are the 2019 winners of Portland Monthly's 15th-annual Light a Fire Awards.
Portland Monthly Staff
Our September issue is devoted to helping you plan the perfect bash—for any occasion.
The Kenton Women’s Village relocated in April with brand-new units designed by local architects.