A new rotation, cardboard cutout crowds, and the first five games
Artists, athletes, musicians, business boosters, and celebs encourage Portlanders to take their love to town—or rather, spend their dollars in town.
The team is using its platform to help fans register, vote, and fill out the census.
Sports offer a distinct kind of respite from the constant coronavirus barrage. They offer an invite to community at a time when we need it the most.
And after MLS is Back ends, the MLS is, um, back.
Lillard is the first Trail Blazer to grace the cover of the 21-year-old video game franchise.
The NBA season may be suspended, but D.A.M.E. Dolla is laying down bars for Black Lives Matter.
Here’s what the return of the Blazers, Timbers, and Thorns could look like
OK, we’ll do this, too.
Margaret Seiler and Portland Monthly Staff
How We're Coping
Shain Brenden says he and other comedians have had to "adjust accordingly." But that doesn't mean it's not a little bit funny.
Lords of Portland
The hats are only available through Rip City Clothing Co.
Unpacking why, despite a rabid fan base for women’s sports, the city’s not likely to get a new shot at the WNBA any time soon.
The Blazers point guard has made at least 6 3-pt field goals in 6 straight games.
Art & Basketball
Snapping one up requires arriving way early at the Moda Center before a home game.
Our NBA team transcends class, race, and the urban/rural divide. (Now they just need to win something.)
Big D.O.L.L.A. has 10 tracks and brings back Lil Wayne.
A cold, murderous god.
Word of Mouth
Leather Storrs and Alec Morrison are nuts for Rip City.
2018 disappointed. Will 2019 be any better? Their season kicks off October 18.
Long Story Short
John Goodwin pushes for inclusion in art collecting.