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Cofounder Mike Thelin talks about why Feast mattered, why he pulled the plug, and what Portland needs now.
Now in its fifth year, Union PDX concentrates global talent in Southeast Portland.
Attend a volunteer event in Portland and beyond, or visit federal recreation sites such as Crater Lake National Park without paying a fee.
Isabel Lemus Kristensen
The TBA Fest, eagerly awaited book launches, a head-spinning hip-hop triple-bill ... we’re looking at a jam-packed arts season in Portland.
Conner Reed and Fiona McCann
The DIY, volunteer-run, bare-as-you-dare, pro-community, anti-oil-dependency ride is a Portland classic.
Music, movies, plays, and more: you can catch ’em all for an unbeatable price at these in-city events.
Matthew Trueherz, Michelle Harris, and Conner Reed
Best of PDX
From markets to movie houses to museums, here's your expert list of the absolute best things to do in this city.
Shannon Daehnke, Michelle Harris, Fiona McCann, Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, Julia Silverman, and Matthew Trueherz
Checking in on what lies ahead for the standby Old Town drag club.
Gay Skate at Oaks Park, the big party at Waterfront Park, plus more Pride 2022 events in Portland and beyond
The event in the Central Eastside Industrial District has free admission, and boasts in the region of 150 vendors.
The 9th annual Catio Tour, hosted by the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon and the Portland Audubon, seeks to inspire cat owners to build their own catio.
Portland Monthly Staff
The Dandy Warhols hit Zidell Yards, comic con comes to town, Kickstand wraps up its Laurelhurst Park series, and lots more.
The pop culture festival returns to the Convention Center this year with a typically starry lineup. Here's what we're most excited about.
From drag queens to movies to music to art installations to a Pink Martini singalong, it’s all finally happening
A curated, incomplete guide to the coolest stuff on offer in the Rose City.
Nick Campigli and Conner Reed
Last year, Pride went fully virtual and scaled way back. This year, it’s dipping its toes back in the water.
What To Do
The annual event is more dispersed, masked, and distanced, but still aglow.
40th anniversary event celebrates nature in the work of regionally and nationally known artists and writers.
The new piece from Portland's Creative Laureate has been brewing since she was an undergraduate.
Find your inspiration at the Portland Spring Home & Garden Show