The Portland Monthly team shares the non-pandemic stuff that's getting us through the week.
Portland Monthly Staff
Hit the Bricks
The ninth annual Bricks Cascade features a giant replica of Multnomah Falls and two unlikely local reality stars.
The local shops carry over 500 brands, but this line of cute onesies and tees is the first house apparel one.
We turned back time on spring fashion, going full roller retro with kids decked out in acid wash and rainbow prints.
It's all about the kiddos.
Prepare for a trove of chic threads, comic-book finds, stylish stationery, and lady-approved sex toys.
Oregon makers are on fire.
Portland makers and shopkeepers throw it down.
After losing her lease in 2015, Sarah Radcliffe reopens her beautiful boutique with a new vibe and name.
Yellow Scope's rigorous science kits step away from the pink and towards STEM gender equality.
Explore 65 of the city's best shops, from bright boutiques and indie hot spots to inspired new finds, and find your shopping paradise.
6 places to bring your babes to toyland, from a Portland kid's perspective
Honor the old country with a piece of handmade, fine bone china commemorating the little Prince-to-be.
Chess is a sneaky game, says Phillip Margolin, the first president of Chess for Success (CFS), a nonprofit that introduces underprivileged children to the game.
Four small shops that play big
Step aside, people. Three-year-old Claire knows exactly what she wants—a stuffed giraffe.