We talked with Cecily Wong about the book she co-authored, out October 12. Catch her at a virtual Powell’s event October 14.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Don Baldwin talks Christmas at the mall, artificial snow, and Tonya Harding.
In How to be Golden, author Paula Bernstein discusses the beloved actress's magnetism and the lessons we might learn from her long career.
PNW author and conservation biologist Thor Hanson talks to us about his new book Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid.
Eleazar Puente won his Auntie Anne’s mall location via reality TV.
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Tjada D’Oyen McKenna talks about taking the helm at Portland's flagship global humanitarian nonprofit.
The 2021 Portland’s Funniest Person runner-up talks mental health, the time he lied about being a doctor, and his successful Twitch show.
We looked at Oregon's data and spoke with Dawn Nolt, a professor of pediatrics at OHSU with a focus on infectious diseases, to get some answers.
We caught up with the Grammy-nominated rising star in advance of his August dates at the Roseland.
The 74-year-old discusses his new Beaver State thriller, getting dinner with the Clintons, and his upcoming collaboration with Dolly Parton.
Kelly Williams Brown had a terrible 700 days. In a new memoir, she talks about how paper folding helped her through it.
Portland Monthly news editor Julia Silverman talks with Gary Herd about filming the show during COVID and how Oregon inspires his craft.
We break down Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze's Cannon Beach confrontation in the classic action thriller.
We chat with past and present Portland creative laureates about the gig, the arts, and more.
Gabriel Granillo and Nick Campigli
The South, says Hudson, “feels like the landscape culturally and emotionally that shaped me to be who I am.”
Swan Song will make its Oregon premiere at Zidell Yards during Pride’s new LGBTQ film fest on June 16.
Courtney Campbell on The Plague, the lessons we’ve learned from this pandemic, and how philosophy will continue to play a role in our everyday lives.
After a treacherous year for the fashion community, we asked major players what the city and state could do to help get them back on track.
Her new book, Funeral for Flaca, hits shelves July 1.
Poison Waters, Carla Rossi, and others share how they’re emerging from the pandemic.
Reina Harwood, Marty Patail, Margaret Seiler, and Conner Reed