Books

American, Us is a Genre-Bending Chapbook That Explores Incarceration and Latinx Lives

Published by Morpheus Youth Project, the genre-bending chapbook—anchored by work from Emilly Prado and Andres Mendoza—is the Portland nonprofit's final project.

04/13/2022 By Michelle Harris

Food News

Food News: J. Kenji López-Alt Talks with Bill Oakley, and Find Out WTF a Barleymilk Latte Tastes Like

A new menu coming to Nacheaux, coffee aboard a double-decker bus, and a tasting-menu dinner with zero-proof cocktails in Portland, Oregon

04/07/2022 By Michelle Harris

Gift Guide

Local Mother's Day Gifts for Wine-Lovers

From gift baskets to totes to drinkware, these gifts from Portland-area brands are perfect for any fan of fermented grape juice.

04/07/2022 By Michelle Harris

Gift Guide

Mother's Day Gifts for Sporty Moms

From stylish sportswear to panniers to chic fanny packs, this guide has everything you need for your Portland parental this Mother's Day.

04/07/2022 By Michelle Harris

Beer Staff Picks

Our Favorite Places to Grab a Beer in Portland

’Tis the season for sun, fun, and good brews. From St. Johns to Buckman to the Pearl, here are a few bars and patios we love to visit.

04/07/2022 By Dalila Brent, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Michelle Harris, Rose Lee, Michael Novak, Margaret Seiler, and Conner Reed

Real Estate

Rent Crawl: Four Great Finds Under $3,500

We scour apartment listings so you don’t have to

04/01/2022 By Michelle Harris

Events

What to Do in Oregon in April

Festivals this month celebrate Shakespeare in Ashland, Oregon cheese in Central Point, tulips in Woodburn, crab at the coast, and more!

04/01/2022 By Dalila Brent, Shannon Daehnke, Michelle Harris, and Margaret Seiler

Food News

Feast Portland Returns, Kate's Ice Cream Opens, and More

Feast Portland Returns, Kate's Ice Cream Opens, and more

03/17/2022 By Michelle Harris

Green Shoots

Our Favorite Portland Plant Shops and Nurseries  

From Richmond to Slabtown to Nob Hill, spruce up your home or garden by visiting these botanical havens.

03/15/2022 By Michelle Harris and Jenni Moore

Travel

7 Last-Minute Spring Break Destinations for Sun-Deprived Portlanders

Still wondering where to go? Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Diego, and more await.

03/10/2022 By Dalila Brent, Shannon Daehnke, Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Michelle Harris, and Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Rent Crawl: 4 Great Spaces in Irvington

We scour apartment and rental listings so you don’t have to.

03/10/2022 By Michelle Harris

Nonprofits

A Newly Designed Women’s Shelter Opens Its Doors in Portland

Rose Haven’s newly expanded shelter, which measures 9,700 square feet, is a light and airy space that draws on trauma-informed design principles.

03/08/2022 By Michelle Harris

Hiking

Essential Rainy Day Hikes around Portland

From Beaverton to the Columbia Gorge and beyond, explore raging waterfalls, ambling rivers, and lush forests with these close-to-home hikes.

03/04/2022 By Gabriel Granillo and Michelle Harris

Office Culture

Is Portland’s FT/WFH Era on its Way Out?

From Nike to Stoel Rives to City Hall, many local businesses are navigating COVID-era office culture by moving to hybrid work schedules.

03/03/2022 By Michelle Harris

Business

Ever Preordered Pot Online? You Can Thank This Bend-Based Company

Dutchie, a Bend-based company allowing customers nationwide to pre-order marijuana online, has its sights set on becoming the Shopify for cannabis.

02/02/2022 By Michelle Harris

Television

We Talked to Bruce Campbell About Human Pretzels, Soap, and Southern Oregon

The cult actor—and Jackson County resident—hosts the Travel Channel's new reboot of Ripley's Believe It or Not premiering June 9.

06/05/2019 By Michelle Harris

Crime

How a Botched Oregon Heist Led to the Birth of FBI Forensics

Back in 1923, three brothers staged a not-so-great train robbery.

12/21/2018 By Michelle Harris

Cult Hit

Here’s What Netflix Left Out of Wild Wild Country

The Emmy-winning doc turned the absurd chaos of Oregon's Rajneeshpuram into a pop culture phenomenon. We followed up.

11/20/2018 By Michelle Harris Illustrations by Michael Byers

Coastal Getaway

A Bay City Bed & Breakfast Gets Into the Tiny Home Game

The hospitality trend reaches the fir-ringed fringes of Tillamook Bay, mere blocks from both Highway 101 and the Kilchis River estuary.

07/28/2017 By Michelle Harris

Hiking

12 Great Wildflower Hikes within Two Hours of Portland

Spring is wildflower season! Celebrate with some of our favorite floral displays in the region in the Columbia River Gorge or the Portland metro area

03/26/2015 By Michelle Harris and Portland Monthly Staff