OMSI shreds science with a new interactive exhibit featuring a 7,000-square-foot skate park.
A by-the-numbers look at the upcoming season of pro basketball in Portland
"The Emerald City is not known for its soccer support." says Adrian Hanauer. "That's about to change."
On March 8, the Portland Timbers kick off their fourth MLS campaign against the Philadelphia Union—with trophies on their mind.
By now, you probably know something about the Portland Timbers, like it or not. But can you ascend from novice to master?
Portland cyclist Brianna Walle shares her pre-race nutrition plan (hint: it includes baby food).
The Winter Olympics’ most befuddling event, explained
A by-the-numbers look at snow sports on Mount Hood, Mount Bachelor, and beyond.
Sunday's Big Game is only a few days away. We asked our staff to pick the winner.
Portland Monthly Staff
Oregon's answer to the Iditarod drives two- and four-legged racers to the snow-capped Wallowa Mountains for 4 unforgettable days each January.
Five reasons this will be the Blazers' do-or-die season
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Portland's Argentinian superstar reflects on the City of Roses, his lifelong relationship with soccer, and his teammates
Zach Dundas & Marty Patail
Throw out your iPod. Portland's hottest bands play live for this 24-hour marathon. July 20–21.
In our tour of Oregon golf, we map Black Butte's new course, rank the resorts, get the dirt from the caddies, and offer options for apres-links dining.
Tim Neville, Gino Cerruti, and Branden Andersen
A short history of Portland's last Negro league baseball team
With the Cascadia Cup on the line, our hometown team looks beyond the Seattle Sounders to tackle their friendlier, Canadian rivals.
Hollywood Theatre hosts “Beating Seattle Never Gets Old,” a gala benefit that includes super-fans, the swinging ‘70s, and a soccer barnraising on April 4.
Conquering Cascadia's mightiest peaks with a new kind of snowboarding.
The Portland Thorns launch with Alex Morgan, Christine Sinclair, and high pressure.
Some Portland soccer pros salute several flags.
Zach Dundas and Marty Patail