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Hidden Portland: Insider Tips
From a members-only flower market to an Oregon City burrito joint, here's where these locals like to hang.
Margaret Seiler and Eden Dawn
Land Bird's tiny porcelain vessels are hand-thrown in Wren, Oregon.
Subarus weren't always so popular. But two decades ago, the company hit upon a key demographic.
Procrastinators, we've got you covered. Here are three holiday markets for that last-minute shopping.
"An American original ... now owned by a Canadian."
Former Biwa co-owner Gabe Rosen brings bento boxes, home cooking staples, and coveted Oyatsupan baked goods to the Central Eastside.
The Portland pop diva puts on a night of costumes, sparkles, and songs, joined on the all-female lineup by Blossom and Siren and the Sea.
Let us pray to our Patron Saint of Plea Deals.
Local lingerie company Jane's Vanity releases stunning new photos in advance of its holiday party.
The time for gift buying is here, but don't fret. This weekend has some of the biggest holiday markets of the season.
Give hot sauces, tiki mugs, and cooking classes with star local chefs to the food-obsessed in your life.
Eat Beat Team
The womenswear designer opened a sunlit showroom in Northeast's Lower Broadway area—and hopes other makers join in.
Hanukkah is here and Christmas draws near. Do you have all the prezzies you need?
We've rounded up the sales, parties, and general fun times to know.
Fashion in Film
1982’s Liquid Sky isn’t just wild AF—it also inspired Portland designer Adam Arnold. He’ll be on hand to discuss his iconic collection.
The iconic brand opens its second biggest US location in the former Meier & Frank space.
Marty Patail and Eden Dawn
Steals & Deals
This is the biggest shopping weekend of the year. Do it the right way with non-profit pop-ups, indigenous marketplaces, and local mega sales.
We've got locally made presents for everyone on your list.
Guitars: check. Keyboards: check. The Settlers of Catan: check.
“I realized that there was a market, at least locally, for women who wanted to get married in a dress where they felt more like themselves and not in a costume."