Vera Katz Was the First Mayor of the Portland We Know Today

The Oregon political legend died this week at 84. Her life was epic.

12/12/2017 By Zach Dundas


Oregon Teen Gets Glowing Reviews in Broadway Debut

Raised in Happy Valley, 18-year-old Hailey Kilgore is earning raves for her starring role in Once on This Island.

12/05/2017 By Rebecca Jacobson

Portland Pages

Fred Meyer presents #MyRCH: an Evening to Celebrate Kids

The Randall Children’s Hospital (RCH) Foundation Board of Trustees hosted the first #MyRCH event


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Portland Monthly's Maker Mixer

On Wednesday, October 11, Portland Monthly brought 600 makers, artists, and design enthusiasts to WeWork Custom House to launch our 2017 Design Annual


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Junior League of Portland’s Harvest Soiree

On October 21, Junior League of Portland hosted the annual Harvest Soiree, which raised over $95,000.


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Hard Hat and Black Tie Dinner & Auction

Over 400 guests joined a festive evening at Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East’s seventh annual Hard Hat & Black Tie Dinner and Auction at the Portland Art Museum.


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Street Pub- Deschutes Brewery

Deschutes Brewery brought its 400-foot pop-up-pub home to Portland.


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Children’s Cancer Association’s 2017 Wonderball

Children’s Cancer Association (CCA) raised $1.4 million at its 17th annual Wonderball on October 7 to fuel its mission of prescribing joy to seriously ill children and their families.


Mount Hood Guide: Grandfather Frost

America's Longest-Serving Ski Patroller Works on Mount Hood

Buzz Bowman, age 88, talks Depression-era skiing, training in Alaska, and 70 years of saving lives.

11/20/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Long Story Short

Mohanad Elsheiky Fled Libya. Now He's a Stand-Up Comic in Portland.

The former English teacher from Benghazi has risen quickly in this city's crowded comedy scene.

11/20/2017 By Fiona McCann


Dead Moon's Fred Cole Was One of the Greatest Northwest Rock Singers Ever

The Portland legend died last week, but his unearthly frontier howl lives on.

11/13/2017 By Zach Dundas

Portland Pages

LPGA Cambia Portland Classic

The longest-running stop on the LPGA tour, the Portland Classic just wrapped its 46th annual event.


The Shakedown

Dennis Richardson Is Oregon’s Most Powerful Republican. What’s His Deal?

We size up the super-dad Secretary of State.

10/16/2017 By Marty Patail

Portland Pages

Portland Monthly's Brewclipse

On Saturday, August 5, more than 600 beer and space enthusiasts joined Portland Monthly and Blue Moon at The Redd for Total Brewclipse PDX.


Workers of the World

Immigrants and Refugees Keep This American Workshop Running

From Iraq to Ethiopia, Myanmar to Cuba, Schoolhouse Electric's employees come from far and wide.

09/21/2017 By Marty Patail Photography by William Anthony


How Portlander Max Humphrey Creates Color-Happy, Boldly Patterned Rooms

The interior designer and former punk musician shakes up the city's muted palette with bright hues and wild prints.

09/21/2017 By Fiona McCann

On the Rise

Portland Architecture Firm Beebe Skidmore Finds Beauty in the Unexpected

Heidi Beebe and Doug Skidmore team up to create a budding firm—and bright new buildings.

09/21/2017 By Brian Libby

Long Story Short

Meet Adrienne Nelson, the Second Black Female Judge in Oregon History

"I moved to Oregon in the summer of 1994. When I got here, people were honest about the fact that there’s not a lot of diversity."

09/13/2017 By Eden Dawn

Portland Pages

2017 Bridgetown Bash

On June 23rd over 500 people joined together to raise $615,000 at the Vital Life Foundation’s Sixth Annual BridgeTown Bash.

08/22/2017 By Portland Pages

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Cambia Health Solutions' Centennial Celebration

Cambia Health Solutions partnered with the City of Tacoma and Metro Parks Tacoma to celebrate the company’s legacy with a gala to recognize and honor community where it all began a century ago.

08/22/2017 By Portland Pages