A bird named Joe just flew 8,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean. Authorities down under have deemed him a killable quarantine risk.
The 38-year-old naturopath passed away on December 29.
Q & A
“We heard a couple of footsteps. I didn't look out to see who it was, I didn't want to open the door," she says. "We heard there were people firing guns into...
In the wake of violence at the Capitol, some of our local lawmakers are calling for invoking the 25th Amendment and impeachment.
Eden Dawn and Fiona McCann
Portland’s Black community is relatively small—and yet, it certainly does not speak with a single voice.
Arts & Culture
John Simpkins has lived and painted out of a schoolhouse in Andrews, Oregon, for a decade. Now he’s looking for a new home.
A look at the independent journalists who have live-streamed the revolution.
Fifteen women of color worked together to stitch the quilt, which is almost 50 years old.
We asked Toffee Club’s Niki Diamond to tell us about a dearly departed outlet she’s mourning, and then kept the shout-outs going.
A revolutionary concept dubbed "The Afro-Village Movement" aims to reconstruct the models to offer food, hygiene, and therapy for those experiencing homeless...
Is a freeze by any other name just as strict? Let's find out!
It's takeout only for bars and restaurants; social gatherings should be only two households or up to six people.
As nine Oregon counties head into a two-week “pause,” what got us here and what does it mean?
Gabriel Granillo and Fiona McCann
A county-by-county breakdown points to suburbs going bluer, a coast turning red, and an emerging battleground.
Protests are expected to swell tonight. We have eyes on the ground.
Andrew Jankowski and Portland Monthly Staff
Gov. Kate Brown announced new metrics on Friday for school reopening—even as daily case counts hit their highest-ever totals in Oregon.
Stephanie Gehring on the importance of courtroom reporters and stenographers and why the shift toward digital recordings matters.
And you don’t even need to be a beauty school drop-out! Read on for more about this growing field.
State courts cut budgets by using digital recordings instead of live reporters—risking relitigation of cases.
The changes have not come without pushback.