Hate the color of our city's communal bikes? Channel your rage into a new design.
On, a Zurich-based running shoe maker, aims to break into the local market.
Eleanor Van Buren
Athletics meets aesthetics in menswear label Dyne.
Bringing people together, in a way.
Culture Cheat Sheet: Movies
Clear your weekend. Here’s a seven-movie crash course on Beaver State screentime.
Yeezy takes on the Beaverton shoe giant.
It's been a long time coming, and it's not even our first try. After 10 years of planning, Portland's Nike-sponsored bike share program is live.
Portland native Galen Rupp is on track to run the Olympic marathon. Chasing him, and coach Alberto Salazar, is the elite sport’s complicated relationship with performance shortcuts.
In the 1980s glory days of audacious deals and bold schemes, Rob Strasser was the big man on campus.
The Portland Made Community has the President's attention for contributions to the economy, but won't do a face-to-face in Beaverton.
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Missed PAM's conversation series on the Portland style scene? Get caught up on decades of Rose City fashion history (and the future!) with video of all the insider panel discussions.
The highly anticipated 3D animated film is finally here, and the Oregon-based studio is celebrating with a new Boxtroll-themed Nike sneaker.
Nike's Fuelband sparked an enduring tech/fitness revolution—but will it survive the industry's changes?
Local nonprofits are pursuing huge fundraising goals. Will they all make the finish line?
Our spin through Portland’s raucous 170 years reveals a city molded by punks and power brokers, by brilliant breakthroughs and a few heinous mistakes.
Zach Dundas, Marty Patail, Marco España, Caitlin Feldman, Cari Johnson, Alexandria Bordas, and Doug Kenck-Crispin
Sara Matarazzo, Chris Funk, and a budding local cluster of music connoisseurs are making Portland a capital for a new music industry, one ad at a time.
As Nike ponders an expansion in South Waterfront, we take a look at the company's developments elsewhere.
Interactive marketing turns the business of advertising into a touchy-feely affair.