Our spin through Portland’s raucous 170 years reveals a city molded by punks and power brokers, by brilliant breakthroughs and a few heinous mistakes.
Why the California Vowel Shift may have us all by the tongue
Oregon's answer to the Iditarod drives two- and four-legged racers to the snow-capped Wallowa Mountains for 4 unforgettable days each January.
Soon, Portland International Airport will begin replacing the 14 acres of beloved blue-green carpet covering its terminals, a surface that has welcomed travelers since the early 1990s.
When a jetliner plummeted into East Portland, an industry changed.
A made-up mash-up of the month's most fascinating people, from Ronald McDonald to a venerated Portland-born photographer
How Michelle Rowley's Code Scouts is launching women into programing careers
Our by-the-numbers look at 2013, from the Dalai Lama's Trail Blazers gear to the perpetually in-the-works Columbia River Crossing
Our town hooks up with Utrecht in a city-to-city knowledge share
Tattoos? Single ladies? Cigarettes? How our place on official and unofficial lists paint a bizarre portrait of the city.
What Portlanders are saying—or should be.
Vinn Distillery brings Chinese rice-based spirits to Portland
Hark! A six-pack of local brews delivering cold comfort this holiday season.
PSU architechs turn a Haitian orphanage into an eco-design case study.
Opt out of the season's shopping rush with this tasty gift for everyone on your list—cardamom shortbread cookies tied up with a Made in Portland gift tags!
Wilsonville's own Chinese spirits company shares serving suggestions for their subtle, elegant brown rice-based beverage.
What do you get for the Oregonian with everything? Think outside of the perfectly wrapped box with these one-of-a-kind gifts straight out of Portlandia.
From new holiday plays and the Tony Starlight Christmas Show to Handel’s Messiah and the Christmas Ship Parade, Portland's putting on plenty of festivities this season.
Portland's global crossword puzzle star Brian Greer made this grid just for us—but we're happy to share.