Fight the good fight by chowing on chilaquiles, cannabis-infused ice cream, and vegan waffles.
Hollywood Theatre, which helped save the beloved movie store last year, partnered with Ex Novo on a limited-edition pale ale. And you can sip it while browsing Oregon's largest collection of VHS and DVD rentals.
Portland's Hufflepuff cred goes way back.
Light a Fire
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Ahead of his Schnitzer hat trick, Grammy winner Joshua Bell performed at Central City Concern.
The nonprofit makes changes on the ground and in the legislature.
Only 7 percent of construction workers in our state are women. Oregon Tradeswomen founder Connie Ashbrook wants to up that number.
Lily Raff McCaulou
Refugee Center Online’s PDX Global Eats event spotlights the food and voices of Portland-based immigrants and refugees.
For a decade, we've dreamed of this 86-mile route through the Coast Range. The Port of Tillamook just said yes. Now, the hard part: finding the money.
Real Estate: A Good Place
Central City Concern brings social services to a fast-growing, oft-neglected section of the city.
New director Blake Shell aims for more diverse representation—and a revival of the nonprofit's art dinners.
Last year, Lift Urban Portland distributed some 250,000 pounds of food in its fight against hunger.
Hunger in Oregon
But in a state with disturbingly high rates of food insecurity, it’s probably here for a while.
With a Mother's Day 5k and party, the Portland nonprofit aims to raise $150,000 to help hundreds of houseless women and children.
The nonprofit delivers food to some 6,000 people each week.
Kaia Sand looks to the future of Portland's nonprofit street weekly.
Bouquets have a new mission with the Bloom Project.
Festivities include pizza, cupcakes, drinks and entertainment by drag performer Pepper Pepper.
Portland Monthly's annual celebration of the city's best nonprofits and community change makers feels especially important this year.
Every year, we honor Portland’s most innovative community leaders and volunteers.