Kiva Hanson, Reina Harwood, Fiona McCann, Margaret Seiler, Julia Silverman, and Benjamin Tepler
Eden Dawn, Marty Patail, and Margaret Seiler
We’ve found the perfect U-Pick farm for every kind of Portlander.
Bring a blanket and some binoculars, but leave your phone at home to see the stars.
This isn’t LA. You probably don’t have your own backyard pool. So when the temperature rises, why not splurge and rent one?
Skip the crowds and seek the shade with our picks for day-trip leg stretchers.
Where to camp, hike, paddle, float, or just dip your toes in the water
To lessen your risk, towel off quickly and avoid drinking untreated water.
If the swan is your choice, we’re not saying you’re evil, but....
Did you fail to reserve your spot six months ago when summer was soooo far away? All is not lost.
We chat with Jola Ajibade, an assistant professor at PSU, about the record-breaking heat wave that slammed the Pacific Northwest and the need for adaptation ...
ZGF Architects designed the new feature as part of the airport’s ongoing renovation.
We can almost taste the poutine.
Where to play, what you need, and how the strange sport was invented right here.
Scenic escapes, empty beaches, and a farm-to-table way of life: The San Juan Islands are waiting.
Wine tasting isn’t the only game in town.
The epicenter of Western Washington wine overflows with vintners. Here are the ones to try now.
Wine adventures and more, just a short drive from home.
“While other species are blipping off the planet at an alarming rate, this is one that we can do something about.”
Seasonal service to the Big Easy and the Gulf Coast starts December 16.
At least on a holiday weekend, according to new data from the Oregon Department of Transportation
Passport stamps have been hard to obtain in the pandemic, but the local brewery-hotel-pub chain has a new way to reward those who persevered.
After a year off, the super-fun, volunteer-led Portland bike festival is back—for 3 whole months.
We talk with Alaí Reyes-Santos from the Oregon Water Futures Project about the findings from their 2021 report.
From Brood X cicadas to murder hornets, a look at what bugs we don’t have much of in the state, though some are on the rise.
Some are still closed after wildfires or landslides, but (sorry, TLC) you can still go chasin’ waterfalls.
The Korean metropolis isn’t the only city with new nonstop service out of PDX in 2021. The Midwest and California’s Central Coast are suddenly a lot closer, ...
Góða ferð (have a good trip) a little closer to home.