Portlanders can catch a direct flight to the Canadian metropolis.
A local design company thinks it can help solve a fiery carbon conundrum.
Portland restaurateur Andy Diaz lost his grandmother in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Now he's raising funds to make sure the hospice house where she died never loses power again.
What's fueling the capital's recovery from the 2017 earthquake? Fortitude, fine art, and street food.
From Maui to Mexico City, these five direct flights from PDX give life as Portland winter hits peak bleak.
Japanese handicrafts, West Coast gardens, and extremely expensive denim—take your pick.
These are ideas worth stealing.
The new 200,000-square-foot facility is organized like an actual city.
Field of Dreams
The Egyptian capital could get a greenspace worthy of a leafy Portland neighborhood.
OMFGCo elevates a lesser-known hood for a global audience.
On She Goes, backed by Portland ad agency Wieden & Kennedy, offers tips on queer dating abroad, biking while brown, and even a POC-focused guide to Portland.
Wandering a tropical bazaar? Put down those beach-perfect sunglasses: the frames could be made from a critically endangered species.
The annual event is a one-stop expo for PDX brands.
New nonstop routes, a seasonal lineup, and a power-packed merger: here’s why Alaska rules the Portland sky.
Ecuador. Italy. The Dominican Republic. Sure, this female tour group can arrange some exotic R&R. But you'll also learn how to pick cacao and shear an alpaca.
Through October 30, nab $499 winter tickets (with an Iceland stopover) to five European cities.
With farm dinners, chic rooftop bars, and an art-studded bike path, Los Cabos mellows out.
On The Original Fare, host Kelly Cox eats, drinks, and curses her way across the globe.
And it’s earning her rave reviews. We caught up with the award-winning Gina Ochsner before her Powell’s reading on Wednesday.
A Japanese shrine to Portland gets serious about our beer.