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‘Working here and writing about the mind-bending arts, the blazing food scene, the outdoors, the shops, the wine, has immersed me in what’s truly crushable about this town.’
From the Oregon State Parks Pass to the Oregon Pacific Coast Passport, pick one (or a few) of these passes to save time, money, and stress.
Margaret Seiler and Wriik Maui
Whether it’s at your uncle’s pub in Offaly, a character-packed place on a Tokyo side street, or a new find in Portland, a night out can be magical.
A dip in the Pacific Ocean is better in summer. Let our guide to the Oregon Coast, including Seaside, Astoria, Manzanita, and more, help you explore.
The state is now hoping to launch the optional, voluntary, $2.25 million effort in late April. It was initially set to roll out in early March.
There's a lot to look forward to in and around Portland, Oregon, this spring, from work lunches to Columbia River Gorge trips and more.
The state says the indoor mask mandate can expire on March 31. But what that will look like in practice depends on where you live, work, and go to school.
Even in hard times, our restaurant and food cart scene makes Portland an incredible city for eaters.
Use of the proof-of-vaccination card will be voluntary and optional, and there are no plans for a statewide vaccine passport requirement, officials say.
From stalwarts like OMSI to oddities like the Zymoglyphic Museum, you can make a fruitful day of museum-hopping without ever leaving city limits.
Damian Lillard, Jordan Chiles, Paul Chelimo, and more are all heading back with medals.
Nearly every part of town saw an increase in the median sales price last year.
"As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to connect with my Asian heritage in a deeper and more meaningful way. I no longer apologize for looking different."
Portland fitness experts say drink more water, 'start low and go slow', and don't even think about skipping the cooldown.
Gabriel Granillo and Cami Hughes
Aid organizations, decimated by Trump-era cuts and the pandemic, are scrambling to beef up operations to be ready to welcome them.
Arts editor Conner Reed talks this year's festival and the Pride package in the Summer 2021 issue of Portland Monthly.
Conner Reed and Nick Campigli
Poison Waters, Carla Rossi, and others share how they’re emerging from the pandemic.
Reina Harwood, Marty Patail, Margaret Seiler, and Conner Reed
Vaccine-eager counties are headed for a relaxation of capacity and gathering rules. Vaccine resistant counties won't be so lucky.
To head them off, the pace of vaccinations needs to pick up, experts say.
Julia Silverman and Gabriel Granillo
Signs of the city's declining rent are especially evident in areas like downtown and Northwest.