Spa Day

Explore the Healing Powers of Reflexology at These Portland Spas

From Overlook to the Central Eastside, Slabtown to SE 82nd, check out these local spots for different takes on the traditional Chinese medicine practice.

01/26/2023 By Jordan Michelman

Theater

Northwest Children’s Theater Finds a New Home in Downtown Portland

For nearly three decades, NWCT has operated in a former Christian Science church in Nob Hill. In January, it’s moving to Broadway.

09/21/2022 By Conner Reed

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Modernized Midcentury Perched above NW Skyline Boulevard

A level lawn, city views from the bedroom windows, and a custom kitchen in the hills of Northwest Portland’s Forest Park neighborhood.

09/19/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Film

Cinema 21 Is Popping Off with Limited-Engagement Flicks This Month

A hard-to-find Tilda Swinton title, queer Austrian favorite from Cannes, and newly restored David Lynch rarity are all hitting Northwest Portland in April.

04/22/2022 By Conner Reed

Development

Big Ideas for 3 Prime Portland Parcels

We ask some experts about their dreams for 3 huge prime parcels, which could become affordable housing, health care hubs, or new parks in Portland, Oregon.

04/07/2022 By Karly Quadros

Real Estate

Every Neighborhood in Portland in a Nutshell

Your Portland neighborhood guide from Alameda to Woodstock, St. Johns to Sylvan Highlands.

03/30/2022 By Fiona McCann, Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, and Julia Silverman

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Smartly Designed, Mid-Aughts-Era Condo in the Alphabet District

Radiant underfloor heating, cork floors, and views of the Montgomery Park sign are just a few of the features for this condo in Northwest Portland

02/07/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Real Estate

Property Watch: A Regal French Renaissance Condo in Nob Hill

A mahogany-detailed staircase, Batchelder tile, and more in a grande dame NW Portland complex

01/10/2022 By Melissa Dalton

Visual Art

Building Five Offers Large-Scale, Low-Stress Artist Residencies

The NW Marine Artworks building gives Portland artists a cavernous 5,000-square-foot canvas to let their imaginations run wild.

08/09/2021 By Andrew Jankowski

Where to Live Now

Neighborhood Guide: Nob Hill and Slabtown

New condos, old favorites, art house cinema, and one not-so-spooky Witch's Castle

02/25/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Where to Live Now

Neighborhood Guide: The Pearl District

Chichi boutiques, Fremont Bridge views, and amenity-filled condos

02/08/2021 By Kyle Sosa

Breaking News

Beetroot, a Modern Jewish Deli, Will Open in Northwest Portland This Summer

Yes, there will be bagels and pastrami. But also Russian tefteli and za’atar-roasted vegetables.

04/09/2019 By Benjamin Tepler

Beer News

Great Notion Brewing Unveils Its Long-Awaited NW Expansion

Opening today, the location has been in the works for over two years.

03/04/2019 By Ryan Ashby

Eat Here Now

Bar West Thrives in Northwest's Famed Wildwood Space

The new spot nails the neighborhood charm.

02/26/2019 By Benjamin Tepler

Breaking News

Eb & Bean to Open Third Location in Northwest Portland

The fro-yo revolutionary makes its west-side debut with more magic shell, ice cream sandwiches, and plenty of chocolate.

12/10/2018 By Benjamin Tepler

Eat with Your Eyes

First Look: West Takes Over the Old Wildwood Digs

An iconic space gets new life after four years of nail-biting.

12/07/2018 By Benjamin Tepler

Breaking News

Portland’s Iconic Wildwood Restaurant Space to Become Bar West

The revamped building will house a 40-seat restaurant/bar and an intimate event space from the team behind Union/Pine.

10/04/2018 By Karen Brooks

Streets & Hoods

6 Essential Portland Neighborhoods for Newcomers to Explore

Shop, eat, and play your way across the metro area.

08/03/2018 Edited by Kelly Clarke and Margaret Seiler

Shopping

This Gorgeous New Import Shop Brings the Crafts of Mexico to Portland

At Via Raiz, owner Jennifer Bolanos puts her family's Mexican roots on display.

05/21/2018 By Alena Willbur

Real Estate 2018: Slabtown Sensations

What Will Become of Rapidly Changing Slabtown?

Amid a rising skyline, street-level humanity prevails (for now).

03/27/2018 By Zach Dundas