Sports

Which Oregonians Are Headed to the Tokyo Olympics?

The games are on, and Oregon is well represented. Let's bring home some medals!

06/17/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Soccer

Providence Park to Open at 80 Percent Capacity June 19

No masks required at Timbers and Thorns games when the new policy kicks in, but fans 16 and older must have proof of vaccination.

06/03/2021 By Margaret Seiler

News

Got Shut Out from Summer Swim Lessons in Portland? All Is Not Lost.

Slots are pandemic-era limited, and lifeguards are in short supply, but another round of lessons opens in June.

05/26/2021 By Julia Silverman and Fiona McCann

Sports

Back in Front of Their Fans, Blazers Beat the Lakers

A high-stakes game, Nurkic's return, and the beautiful sound of fans helped push the Blazers to a crucial win.

05/08/2021 By Gabriel Granillo

Sports

Will the Winterhawks Finally Retire the ‘Indian Head’ Logo?

Portland’s junior hockey team is in talks with NAYA about the offensive imagery.

04/25/2021 By Jason Cohen

Sports

Portland Thorns Defeat Kansas City in Oregon’s First Pro Sports Event with Fans in a Year

No red smoke, but red cards and plenty of drama in front of a limited-capacity crowd at Providence Park

04/10/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Sports

Fans Set to Return to Outdoor Sporting Events at Limited Capacity in Oregon

The Portland Thorns’ April 9 game will be Oregon’s first live major sporting event with fans in the stands since the Blazers played on March 10, 2020.

03/17/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Soccer

Jeremy Ebobisse Is Done Letting Microaggressions and Overt Racism Slide

At just 24 years old, the Portland Timbers forward is a leader when it comes to activism within professional sports.

03/16/2021 By Katelyn Best

Soccer

The Portland Thorns First Game of 2021 Is a Month Away

The NWSL’s Challenge Cup begins April 9, with the regular season to follow in May.

03/10/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Q & A

How to Be a Better Boss: Advice from an Award-Winning Entrepreneur

Society Nine founder Lynn Le talks about the cycle of support she and her team try to create for each other.

03/09/2021 By Eden Dawn

fashion news

The Portland Pickles Have Announced a Pet Clothing Line. We Want More.

The baseball team's new cute outfits for Fido and Fluffy are making us dream of more pet fashion possibilities.

03/03/2021 By Eden Dawn

Sports

The Portland Thorns 2021 Season Starts Taking Shape

What to expect when you’re expecting to watch some soccer this year

02/02/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Dame Time

Here’s What You Need to Know Before the Blazers Upcoming Season

A new rotation, cardboard cutout crowds, and the first five games

12/21/2020 By Gabriel Granillo

Soccer

The Timbers Are in the Playoffs Again, Baby

First up: a game at home against FC Dallas on Sunday, November 22

11/21/2020 By Marty Patail

Soccer

Louisville Claims Tobin Heath from Portland Thorns in NWSL Expansion Draft

Some had feared Grand Theft Goalie, but it’s the national team vet who could be off to Kentucky.

11/12/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Soccer

Portland Thorns Face Seattle Saturday in Last Game of 2020

Top of the standings and a grant for Mimi’s Fresh Tees could be on the line.

10/09/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Politics

New Trail Blazers Initiative Urges Fans to Get Out and Vote

The team is using its platform to help fans register, vote, and fill out the census.

10/06/2020 By Gabriel Granillo

Basketball

When Portland's WNBA Team Lit Up the Rose Garden

Kansas connections (and fast food) fueled the short-lived Portland Fire.

10/06/2020 By Jarrett Van Meter

Soccer

Portland Thorns Defeat Utah Royals 3–0 in NWSL Fall Series

After a game was postponed due to wildfire smoke, the team played at Providence Park for the first time in 2020, under a blue sky.

09/21/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Warriors of the Pandemic

How the Portland Pickles Pulled Off a Summer Baseball Season

It took temperature guns, ice, and a lot of flexibility, an intern reports.

09/10/2020 By Alli Weseman