Shuttered in November 2018, the #campvibes brand is back in action.
Think beyond plastic.
For starters, prepare to pay five cents every time you want a paper bag.
More than 150 small business owners take part in this three-day shopping event, which has a few changes in store for 2019.
If you've remodeled your bathroom or living room, chances are you've taken a spin through Chown.
Seafood Guide 2019: Fishmongers
From tiny, traceability-obsessed counters to our city's Costco of fish, here’s where to source your seafood.
Insider’s Guide 2019: Quadrant Breakdown
Plus hot insider tips from local experts.
Portland Monthly Staff
Trove is the kind of spot where you can snag a 1920s cup set from India and the Pok Pok Som drinking vinegar to go with it.
The iconic brand opens its second biggest US location in the former Meier & Frank space.
Marty Patail and Eden Dawn
From Oaxaca to Old Town, a family business just keeps getting better.
Kenton's Mantel launches a new website to fill demand in South Korea and Japan.
On Monday, September 25, dozens of N Mississippi Avenue businesses will donate a portion of sales to Eagle Creek fire relief efforts.
A lonely upside to repeated batterings from snow and ice.
The design company's new Pearl District location boasts 28,000 square feet dedicated to midcentury modern and contemporary furniture and home décor.
The popular vintage-vibe retailer brings its online shop to Pioneer Place through the end of July, with a slew of local lines on the shelves.
Dave's not here, man, but cheap bud is.
From fashion shows to warehouse sales to basket weaving, there are lots of ways to finish April strong.
A craft market, now with 100 percent more food pod.
Who could’ve guessed that a shop stocked with free samples wouldn’t be sustainable?
Valentine’s Day, unlike Paris, isn’t just for lovers.