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Karen Jealous, a.k.a 'PDX Cat Trapper', takes feral and stray felines to be spayed and neutered, and then returns them to their community.
The DIY, volunteer-run, bare-as-you-dare, pro-community, anti-oil-dependency ride is a Portland classic.
But which in-the-city river beach or dock—Poet’s, Audrey McCall, Sellwood, Cathedral, Tom McCall Bowl, or Duckworth Dock—is right for you and your crew?
Margaret Seiler, Michelle Harris, and Matthew Trueherz
A summer tradition in Portland, this year is both the 10th anniversary and the final installment for the flotilla of unicorn floaties, big yellow ducks, and more.
Fourth of July
Find the rockets' red glare at Portland’s Waterfront Park, Oaks Amusement Park, coastal towns like Astoria and Seaside, and more
Michelle Harris, Fiona McCann, and Margaret Seiler
Fewer than 100 units are currently up and running.
We ask some experts about their dreams for 3 huge prime parcels, which could become affordable housing, health care hubs, or new parks in Portland, Oregon.
Once a home for seniors, the property in Northeast Portland’s Kerns neighborhood finds new life with low-income housing.
A baseball stadium, a new casino, a public market, a waterslide for commuters, and more things Portlanders are still waiting on.
Owner Suzanne Hale announced the closure on Facebook Wednesday evening.
Traffic, packed parking lots, and new permit requirements make driving in the Gorge tough. Take the CAT bus to Multnomah Falls and Hood River instead.
Plenty of questions remain, including when the Safe Rest Villages, originally promised by the end of 2021, will be up and running.
From Collective Agency to openHAUS, these coworking spaces in Portland offer flexibility, community, and some ridiculously cool amenities.
The last count, conducted in 2019, found 1,459 individuals were sleeping in emergency shelters and 2,037 more were sleeping on the streets.
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Rising temps, a juicy governor’s race, a persistent pandemic, and more
Winter weather is in the forecast for Portland. Here's what to know before it sets in.
Julia Silverman and Dalila Brent
With pro bono help from a local designer, Family Village has soft curves, open sight lines, and a sense of place.
Darcelle’s 52-year-old Old Town nightclub first joined the National Register of Historic Places last year.
The organized labor movement is coming for the land of superheroes and ink-stained wretches in the form of a proposed Image Comics union.