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Portland Monthly Staff
Oregon’s only historic roadside attraction needs more than a new coat of paint.
LONG LIVE THE KING
The NoPo taco standby continues to thrive in its third decade with one winning strategy: keep doing things the way they've always been done.
A new pop-up photography exhibition in St John's shows over 300 portraits of the North Portland's neighborhoods residents.
EAT WITH YOUR EYES
A casual eatery from the owners of Tabor Tavern brings seasonal pub fare to Kenton.
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The North Portland outpost of SE Clinton's picture-perfect Scandinavian eatery offers familiar plates with plenty of elbow room.
EAT HERE NOW
Stop into this chic North Portland spot for Swedish pancakes, baked eggs, and a side of family history.
A North Portland community protects one of Oregon's last oak savannahs.
CHURCH & STATE
With the gentrification of North and Northeast Portland, churches hold the city’s African American community together. But how much longer can the bonds last?