921 SW Washington Street, Suite 750 Portland, OR 97205Phone: 503-222-5144 • Fax: 503-227-8777
Wilbur Slockish recounts when The Dalles Dam flooded Celilo Falls, the site of a centuries-old intertribal fishing and commerce market.
What to Do
From exploring snow’s impact on the environment to unpacking immigrant stories of survival, these new Oregon Museum exhibits will entertain and educate.
Portland film ‘Keep Alive the Dream’ celebrates and traces the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s civil rights activism.
From the Peter Iredale wreckage near Fort Stevens to the Shoe Tree near Mitchell, seek these out on your next road trip—or just the next time you're in downtown Portland.
Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Fiona McCann, and Margaret Seiler
Darcelle’s 52-year-old Old Town nightclub first joined the National Register of Historic Places last year.
For Veterans Day visit the Japanese American Historical Plaza in Portland, Veterans Park in Medford, and other sites to honor the casualties of war.
What we know: on November 24, 1971, a man jumped from a Northwest Orient Airlines plane with $200,000. What we don’t know: what the hell happened after.
Bridal Veil, Shaniko, Golden, and more once-bustling towns hold remnants of Oregon’s past.
The Portland authors talk about their new book, 'Historic Cemeteries of Portland, Oregon'. Plus: they recommend five cemeteries for spooky-season sleuthing.
Autumn is a fruitful time for the arts. Here are some key fall-month high points in Stumptown's history.
For a city with a creative reputation, we're scant on honest-to-goodness museums.
Pretend you’re in Paris at this sweet spot in the Envoy building, overlooking the Alphabet District and Washington Park.
As the Oakland A’s ponder a move, diamond-heads in Portland don’t have to wait to get their game on.
We’re one of only five states without the title that led to Kathy Hochul's taking Andrew Cuomo's former office this week.
On Sunday, we’re poised to shatter our three-time 107 degree record. At least we won’t be in the middle of a world war.
For a brief moment in 2004, Multnomah County issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples. We caught up with a few of them.
History Is Now, part of the sixth Vanport Mosaic Festival, tells Oregon’s history through the voices of its underrepresented and marginalized communities.
From the post-World War II jazz boom to when Courtney met Kurt, these were the moments that shaped Stumptown’s sound.
In the 1930s, the city's new address stem brought sense, order, and jobs.
A look at three centuries of Portland's fashion scene and its impact on the world.