News

While the Moda Center Welcomes Back Fans, Stagehands Remain Benched

Inside one labor union's fight to help workers in a struggling live entertainment industry.

05/13/2021 By Gabriel Granillo

Coronavirus

Pandemic Life in Oregon Is About to Change—Depending on Where You Live

Vaccine-eager counties are headed for a relaxation of capacity and gathering rules. Vaccine resistant counties won't be so lucky.

05/11/2021 By Julia Silverman

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

Coronavirus

COVID-19 Is Finally Waning. Can Portland Let It Go?

Making the case for post-pandemic optimism, in a skittish Oregon

05/06/2021 By Julia Silverman

Coronavirus

The Vaccine Floodgates Are Open in Oregon

Once the hottest ticket in town, vaccine appointments are now there for the taking.

05/03/2021 By Julia Silverman

Interview

Portland Author Willy Vlautin Talks Gentrification and the Changing City

His new book, The Night Always Comes, is out this month.

04/30/2021 By Fiona McCann

Pets

The Instagram Dogs of PDX Airport's Mass Vaccination Site

Take your pup when you get your shot and make them famous.

04/29/2021 By Margaret Seiler and Julia Silverman

Politics

Ted Wheeler Could Use Some Advice, Right?

So we imagined what former Mayor Vera Katz might have to say at this particular juncture in Portland history.

04/27/2021 By Beth Slovic

Politics

Oregon Just Got a Sixth Congressional Seat

Oregon is one of only six states in the country to gain a Congressional seat thanks to population growth. Let the political jockeying begin!

04/26/2021 By Julia Silverman

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

Education

Oregon Universities Are Weighing Whether to Mandate Student Vaccines for the Fall

Lewis & Clark College is the first in the state to announce it will do so.

04/21/2021 By Aurora Biggers, Reina Harwood, and Julia Silverman

Coronavirus

From Resource Base to Full-Fledged Nonprofit, the Portland Student Pandemic Response Is Making Moves

A year in, the student-led nonprofit continues to evolve. Its latest tool: a vaccine text line.

04/21/2021 By Gabriel Granillo

News

Portland Garment Factory Burns in Suspected Arson

The locally loved, zero-fabric waste studio appears to have lost everything to the flames.

04/19/2021 By Eden Dawn

Education

Should Oregon Schools Stop Standardized Tests This Year?

With so little time in school buildings, districts are looking to opt out and scale back. But at what cost?

04/13/2021 By Julia Silverman

#StopAsianHate

15 Ways to Support Portland's Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities

Want to help the AAPI community? Buy. Donate. Visit. Volunteer.

04/12/2021 By Aurora Biggers

Politics

The Strangest Election in America Right Now Is This Portland School Board Race

The backstory on how Facebook pleas, a Zoom call, and a late change of heart created chaos in North Portland’s Zone 4.

04/11/2021 By Margaret Seiler

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

Coronavirus

What Is Herd Immunity, and How Do We Get There in Oregon?

Here's how many Oregonians need to be vaccinated for us to get back to "normal."

04/10/2021 By Gabriel Granillo