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From ‘The Goonies’ to ‘Twilight’ and (way) beyond, these are the movies that define the Beaver State.
Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, Cami Hughes, Karly Quadros, Gabriel Granillo, Fiona McCann, Katherine Hamilton, Julia Silverman, Jacob P., and Rich Reece
Fans, cast, and crew recall the enduring Oregon-shot classic three and a half decades after its release.
Don Baldwin talks Christmas at the mall, artificial snow, and Tonya Harding.
Eleazar Puente won his Auntie Anne’s mall location via reality TV.
For a city with a creative reputation, we're scant on honest-to-goodness museums.
We have notes.
From stalwarts like OMSI to oddities like the Zymoglyphic Museum, you can make a fruitful day of museum-hopping without ever leaving city limits.
Could we interest you in the world's largest pig hairball? Perhaps a gravity-defying ‘X-Files’ fixation?
Conner Reed, Julia Silverman, Nick Campigli, and Katherine Hamilton
As the Oakland A’s ponder a move, diamond-heads in Portland don’t have to wait to get their game on.
Luis Vargas of the Portland-based travel agency says we're headed for a 'golden age of travel.' Amid a still-raging pandemic, what lessons have we learned?
Where to camp, hike, paddle, float, or just dip your toes in the water
Kiva Hanson, Reina Harwood, Fiona McCann, Margaret Seiler, Julia Silverman, and Benjamin Tepler
For a brief moment in 2004, Multnomah County issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples. We caught up with a few of them.
A touring musician and dream-big designer’s lust-for-life home renovation came just in time.
The 61-year-old mall is not what it once was. But it still has a heartbeat.
The plastic-disco thumper by Nu Shooz was an early MTV staple.
Góða ferð (have a good trip) a little closer to home.
Millions of women are making a daily difference in our state. We talked to eight such women about who inspires them, and what change they'd most like to see.
“It’s definitely odd that I found myself in the cannabis industry, but I’m really happy, really thankful that it happened.”
A look at three centuries of Portland's fashion scene and its impact on the world.
After nearly doubling its newsroom’s size in the past five years, Oregon Public Broadcasting is ready to rumble.