John Furniss uses his spatial memory and a special measuring tool to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind bowls and canisters for his adoring social media fans.
Long Story Short
The former Army captain and current Hillsboro City Council member shares what it's like being an elected official, running nonprofits, and leading during a p...
Arts & Culture
John Simpkins has lived and painted out of a schoolhouse in Andrews, Oregon, for a decade. Now he’s looking for a new home.
Light a Fire
And that’s a good thing.
"My grandfather was a farmer in the old country, and back then we didn’t call it biodynamics or anything like that, we just called it ‘natural farming.’"
“If I’m not being the light and at least trying to tell the truth, with light and with love, then I have no purpose here.”
With wildfires spreading quickly around Oregon, we hear from evacuated residents who wonder if there are any safe havens left.
And if enough voters write in her name, Teressa Raiford says she'd be proud to serve.
How We're Coping
The team captain talks about staying game-ready, his coaching license, and whether he'd consider a coaching job in Portland.
‘Talking openly and honestly with your children about traumatic moments or tragic events creates a foundation of trust, enabling them to come to you in the f...
Greg Forbes Siegman
'Despite the fact that I’m pretty much always eating, I think good food writing isn’t just about food, but the people behind the food.'
Katherine Chew Hamilton
“The ‘weirdness’ of Portland is that it is a city of strange dichotomy,” says Anis Mojgani. “It’s very inclusive, and at the same time, extremely exclusive.”
When Yonder’s Maya Lovelace opened her Instagram feed to accusations of restaurant abuse last week, all hell broke loose.
The burlesque superstar on how he’s endured Portland’s racism and made his way on the road to fame.
Black Lives Matter
From behind the lens, a new focus on collaboration, education, and elevation of an evolving narrative.
Brett Bigham took to Twitter to sort out his feelings about it all. A lot of people took notice.
Award-winning writer and Portland native Mitchell S. Jackson reflects on the sneaky power of protest.
Mitchell S. Jackson
Oregon Woman 2020
The lack of protective gear for local medical workers terrified Vesna Jovanovic. So she set out to fix it.
Multnomah County Commissioner and ER doctor Sharon Meieran pushed back against her natural allies in government to call for more urgent action and relief sta...
Esther Choo—ER doc, social media force, and mobile hospital unit innovator—has become the spokesperson for an entire medical community during a global pandemic.