The world has Greta Thunberg. Portland has Charlie Abrams and Jeremy Clark.
The Oregon Woman 2019
From serious documentaries to full-contact football to sex education, here are six local projects changing the game.
Sarah Mirk, Margaret Seiler, Ryan Ashby, Kelly Clarke, and Rebecca Jacobson
Turns out it matters who has a place at the table, even when you’re talking about soil erosion and transportation funding. Welcome to the matriarchy.
Portland’s do-si-do scene is punk as hell.
Want change in 2019? Keep showing up.
Each week throughout the summer, we'll share dozens of ways to make the most of your days off! This week: the World Naked Bike Ride!
SUMMER GUIDE 2015
Follow our guide to enjoying every single moment of Portland's most glorious season, and leave no weekend behind!
Long Story [Short]
At the end of this year, Portland’s famously ornery city councilman and former fire lieutenant will retire. So...what’s next for Randy Leonard?
Who will define Portland in a new era? We asked around (and around some more) to discover this inspiring collection of movers, shakers, rising stars, and established figures with fresh ideas who are already changing the city.
Sarah Mirk, Kasey Cordell, Brian Barker, Rachel Ritchie, Martin Patail, Benjamin Tepler, Randy Gragg, Ramona DeNies, Ashleigh Westmoreland, Meghan Ratliffe, Derek Pettie, Kate Moening, Carl Abbott, and Amanda Waldroupe
Scaring up ghosts is not as easy as it looks.
Every August, the residents of SE Malden Street in Sellwood transform their street, sidewalks, and yards into one big fantasy: Maldenfest. Here are tips to bring _your_ community together this summer.