EDITOR'S NOTE

OHSU's Commuter Science

OHSU creates connections between its doctors, campuses, and the city

11/21/2012 By Randy Gragg

WEB EXCLUSIVE

OHSU: 125 Years of Connection

A short history of the past and future of Oregon Health and Sciences University.

11/16/2012 By Randy Gragg Videography by Stephen Person

Visual Arts

Review: Lumber Room's Terrain Shift

Collector Sarah Meigs curates her first exhibition—photography spanning the globe—with a freedom and reach unmatched elsewhere in town. Thru Feb. 2

11/12/2012 By Randy Gragg

Editor's Note

In Memoriam: Robert Reynolds

Every dead friend leaves a void, but the loss of the Portland food culture’s BFF is deep.

10/16/2012 By Randy Gragg

silhouette on fire

Artist Talk: Kara Walker

The controversial art star talks at Reed College on October 2 about her work exploring racism, sexuality, and violence. Her solo exhibit runs through November 18.

09/27/2012 By Randy Gragg Edited by Aaron Scott

Who We Are

Who We Are: Complete Results

Check out our complete “Who We Are” survey results … and see how Portland Monthly staffers’ answers stack up against the rest of the city.

09/26/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Article

Barging Ahead

An industrial dynasty launches a bold new South Waterfront neighborhood.

09/21/2012 By Randy Gragg

Article

Who We Are

Our in-depth survey/cover story proffers direct, unflinching inquiries into our very psyche—providing a surprising and revealing look at just what it means to be a modern Portlander.

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Editor's Note

Poll Positions

It's high time we crunched the numbers on our neighbors.

09/20/2012 By Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Portland

What needs to be done to ensure our continued enviable livability—and who pays for it?

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Family

It's getting more difficult—and expensive—to find a decent school.

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Health

Who gets the healthcare bill for the poverty stricken citizens? And when is it OK to pull the plug?

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Religion

We're a highly spiritual people who prefer to sleep in on Sundays.

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Money

Money can't buy me love, but it sure helps if we go out to eat 4-6 times a week.

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Who We Are

Portlanders on Sex

In which we learn how many of us are making sweet love on a regular basis.

09/20/2012 Edited by Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg

Feature

Fall Arts Preview: The Collaborative Way

Portland artists routinely team-up to break new ground. We've singled out a half-dozen partnerships for this fall's season preview.

08/23/2012 With Randy Gragg By Aaron Scott

Editor's Note

Let the Feast Begin

Few people have made the simple act of cooking and eating your own food as accessible—and politically meaningful—as Mark Bittman.

08/23/2012 By Randy Gragg

Feature

Our 10 Greatest Homes

We asked a panel of 5 experts to choose the 10 greatest homes in the city’s history. Bask in the architectural wonder, as we take you on a virtual tour of Portland’s finest residential structures, both present and past.

08/19/2012 By Randy Gragg

Trail of the Month

Kelley Point Park

This 104-acre park offers something to keep every make and model of tail wagging.

08/14/2012 By Randy Gragg

Editor’s Note: August 2012

Water Master

We can thank a 19th century city employee for tapping into the pristine Bull Run water supply.

07/18/2012 By Randy Gragg