From women's apparel to flowers to wine to home goods, these new local businesses will scratch your retail itch.
Home & Garden
This Northeast Portland nursery's new owners have all the tips for burgeoning green thumbs.
The three-day event includes over 75 different businesses owned and operated by BIPOC locals, including bakers, designers, artists, and more.
Catch these freshly roasted green chiles in St. Johns while you can.
Rachel Corry's new book The Sandalmaking Workshop lays out everything you need—from patterns to step-by-step instructions—to make your own shoes.
Looking for the perfect set and setting? Look no further.
Portland Monthly Staff
Today is my last day as style editor of Portland Monthly after 11 years. Let's walk down memory lane together and check out the hits.
The new Portland studio makes bold, colorful quilts out of sustainable fabrics.
Day in the Life Gallery lets fine crafts shine in all their glory, and wants to tell you what makes each piece special.
A Kids Book About Anti-Asian Hate talks about what it means to be Asian American and how to use your voice to stand up to hatred.
The locally loved, zero-fabric waste studio appears to have lost everything to the flames.
Things to Do
From Portland Night Market to Saturday Market to Portland Flea (and more), the in-person multi-vendor market returns.
There's no magical panacea. But these come close.
The locally owned, family business has been broken into twice in a month in middle-of-the-night attacks.
Portland has loads of stylish options for the 164 million Americans who wear glasses.
You want to score the perfect vintage outfit/necklace/planter from the comfort of your couch? Here's where to look.
John Furniss uses his spatial memory and a special measuring tool to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind bowls and canisters for his adoring social media fans.
Artists, athletes, musicians, business boosters, and celebs encourage Portlanders to take their love to town—or rather, spend their dollars in town.
How one local mom is trying to turn the children's shoe-industry on its head.
“We’re all stuck inside. We’re all doing homeschool,” Kula Mercer says. “But you lay out a beautiful tablecloth and some fresh flowers and suddenly [home] fe...