Audrey Bilger is a gay trailblazer and pop culture pundit with an absolutely baller vinyl collection.
And to keep those hikes from going higher, the state will chip in nearly $1 billion over the next two years.
While he was in town, we caught up with the titan behind Roots, Reading Rainbow, and Star Trek.
After a year of losing longtime fashion establishments, one school is going gangbusters.
Kilns, xylophones, globes, Bibles, beakers, midcentury-modern furniture—we can have dibs on some of these, right?
The new MA in Design Systems barely cuts into a 9-to-5 grind.
Nom nom, garbage gobblers.
The Oregon Woman: Changing the Game
After enduring a violent sexual assault 20 years ago, the Portlander now travels the country, speaking to athletes and advocating for change.
The gift creates the world’s first interdisciplinary wine studies major.
Here's a preview of the university's ambitious plans.
The owners of Domaine Serene have had a good year—and they're funneling that fortune back into the Willamette Valley.
The Pacific Northwest College of Art's new MA in Design Systems will barely cut into your 9-to-5.
The Color Detective
It was the first truly new blue discovered in more than two centuries.
Science Sets Sail
It's so far unnamed, though "Beavy McBeaverface" is available.
Get smart, get crafty, or get cooking with the city’s coolest classes for grown-ups.
Wise Up: PCC
Ninety thousand students. Four main campuses. PCC can be tough to navigate, but here are three tips for taking the leap back to school.
Wise Up: Alterna-Master's Degree
Or, how to become a Reedie past age 22.
The Indiegogo-funded Wayfinding Academy will focus on honing real-world skills rather than fulfilling prerequisites.