Read 'Em and Eat
New trailer and cookbook will have you craving doughnuts, pie, and fish in a percolator.
The Portland rapper denounced the president-elect during his guest appearance on The Tonight Show.
Portland's Sarah Donofrio will make her Runway debut September 15.
We asked the Portland native the important questions. And also how she looked so sparkly.
This is, excuse me, a damn fine list of actors.
CULTURE CALL SHEET
From Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to Young Thug’s most recent mix tape, Portland Monthly staffers reveal their current pop culture obsessions.
Portland Monthly Staff
LONG STORY SHORT
The Portlander describes what it’s like to help create some of SNL’s most viral clips, from the family Thanksgiving saved by Adele to Kristen Wiig’s perfume-ad spoof.
THE LONG PLAY
On this episode of The Long Play, the Portlander describes what it’s like to craft some of SNL’s most viral clips, from the family Thanksgiving saved by Adele to Kristen Wiig’s perfume-ad spoof.
The concert, web series, and book you can’t miss this month.
The Benefits of Gusbandry is generating national buzz. Creator Alicia J. Rose tells us how it all came about.
After roles on True Blood and Rectify, Johnny Ray Gill returns to the small screen in a new series about the Underground Railroad.
The city's resident horror show returns to our screens for its fifth season on October 30 on NBC. We take a look at how it became TV's alpha beast.
Plus NW Dance Project’s Ching Ching Wong’s major national award, and last call for POWFest submissions.
A new comedy web series about the friendship between a straight woman and her gay friend is in the Portland pipeline—and it's looking for backers!
Yes, we talked to the casting director. Pro tip: don't bring a vibrator.
Venture to the land of Lynch along the Snoqualmie River, just east of Seattle.
Salish Lodge & Spa channels its television doppelgänger, the Great Northern Hotel, with overnight packages, maps of filming locations, and Twin Peaks souvenirs.
Fox’s new crime show is set in “Portland,” but it took a pilot screening to get actors to visit the real-world Rose City.
He killed Spider-Man. He gave new life to The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, Portlander Brian Michael Bendis becomes the creative force behind Sony Playstation Network’s first streaming TV show.
The Portland episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premiered today. It's awkward, it's funny, and it's worth a watch.