Small Business

After a Devastating Fire, the Portland Garment Factory Is Back

The city's stylish incubator for the production runs of local fashion lines, soft goods, art installations, and more has a brand new space.

10/19/2021 By Julia Silverman

Business

Vaccine Mandates Are Coming to the Nike Campus Near You

Private employers in Oregon are starting to jump on the vaccine mandate for their employees.

10/04/2021 By Julia Silverman

Recipes

Make Khalsa Salsa’s Sweet Potato Soup with Black Bean Salsa

Try this Indian-meets-Mexican recipe from Beaverton's award-winning, family-owned salsa business.

09/27/2021 By Katherine Chew Hamilton

Interview

Meet Lloyd Center’s Pretzel Man

Eleazar Puente won his Auntie Anne’s mall location via reality TV.

09/21/2021 By Marty Patail

Labor

Thorns Players Join Nabisco Workers on Picket Line

Soccer players join striking bakery workers in Northeast Portland.

09/14/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Analysis

When the Topic Is Downtown Portland, the Tone Can Be Toxic

Post-pandemic, downtown Portland has been reeling. Acknowledging that there's a problem is an important step toward fixing it.

09/07/2021 By Julia Silverman

News You Can Use

5 Oregon Stories to Watch This Week: September 6–13

Top news stories in Portland and across Oregon include delta reaching its peak, changes at City Hall, and more.

09/06/2021 By Julia Silverman

Home/Work

It's Airbnb, but for Offices

Sick of your work from home set up? Portland startup Radious wants to rent you an office

08/31/2021 By Julia Silverman

News You Can Use

5 Oregon Stories to Watch This Week

Here’s your cheat sheet to what everyone in Portland will be talking about this week

08/30/2021 By Julia Silverman

Shopping

10 New Portland Stores Worth a Visit

From women's apparel to flowers to wine to home goods, these new local businesses will scratch your retail itch.

08/27/2021 By Jenni Moore

Business

What Does Portland's IPO Mini-Boom Mean For You?

After a long dry spell, IPOs are happening in Oregon again, with Vacasa, Dutch Bros, and ESS Tech. What does that mean for the rest of us?

08/03/2021 By Julia Silverman

Local Flavor

Los Roast Brings the Taste, Smell, and Culture of New Mexico Green Chile to Portland

Catch these freshly roasted green chiles in St. Johns while you can.

07/29/2021 By Zoe Baillargeon

Books

Portland’s Only Brick-and-Mortar Black-Owned Bookstore Reopens on Division

Third Eye Books and Gifts will throw its doors back open on June 20 at an all-new location.

06/18/2021 By Conner Reed

Transit

Is This the Portland Commuter River Ferry the Prophecy Foretold?

Frog Ferry has gotten farther than past efforts and could actually launch next year. Here are 5 reasons why.

06/11/2021 By Margaret Seiler

Publishing

Portland Is Getting the World's First Communal Zine Tricycle

Sarah Mirk is creating a hand-built “zine trike” that local creators can use to pedal (and peddle) their wares.

05/15/2021 By Julia Silverman

Business

A Beer Boom Blooms in the Burbs

In cans, in home deliveries, and at sleek new breweries, some of Portland's biggest names in beer are looking west.

05/14/2021 By Jason Notte

Beer

Where to Drink Beer in Washington County

PoMo’s handy guide to the best beer in the burbs

05/14/2021 By Jason Notte

Business

Vaccine Freebies and Incentives Are Starting to Pop Up Around Portland

Got your shot? Congrats—you qualify for a discount on pot. Or a free Jell-O shot!

04/29/2021 By Julia Silverman

Restaurants

Restaurants in Portland and Beyond Look to Cooperative Ownership Models During the Pandemic

Experts say it’s a business model that’s resilient during crises and improves working conditions in an industry notorious for long hours and low pay.

03/30/2021 By Jade Yamazaki Stewart