June 2015
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This summer, no weekend shall be left behind. We offer itineraries for every day off from now until the end of September.
Features
Thumbnail for - Looking Back on 40 Years of Portland Pride
As the Portland Pride Festival turns 40, we look back on four decades of courage, progress, and raucous good times.
Thumbnail for - An Insider's Guide to the Women's World Cup
Portland's soccer superstars battle for World Cup glory in Canada—on rival teams.
Thumbnail for - Oregon Shakespeare Festival's New Groove
With a new mash-up of Belinda Carlisle and Elizabethan drama, the festival struts into the spotlight of American theater.
Whatever you do, make these fleeting warm months epic.
Crown Paella shares the recipe for an unforgettable backyard summer party.
The city's new wave of Asian-inspired cooking is punk rock, adventurous, and delicious.
The founder of the fest picks his most sophisticated suds.
Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks dishes on the restaurants, obsessions, and under-the-radar finds of the month.
Some of the city's best ribs have hopped over from across the river.
Coffee Bean International can roast over 2 million pounds of coffee at any given time—and they probably had a hand in what's in your mug.
This summer, no weekend shall be left behind. We offer itineraries for every day off from now until the end of September.
As the Portland Pride Festival turns 40, we look back on four decades of courage, progress, and raucous good times.
Follow our guide to enjoying every single moment of Portland's most glorious season, and leave no weekend behind!
Follow our guide to enjoying every single moment of Portland's most glorious season, and leave no weekend behind!
Follow our guide to enjoying every single moment of Portland's most glorious season, and leave no weekend behind!
Portland's soccer superstars battle for World Cup glory in Canada—on rival teams.
With a new mash-up of Belinda Carlisle and Elizabethan drama, the festival struts into the spotlight of American theater.
Follow our guide to enjoying every single moment of Portland's most glorious season, and leave no weekend behind!
Whatever your tastes, we've plucked 10 newly published works for your summer reading pleasure.
Clothed or unclothed? Free or super spendy? We'll help you find the food, music, or cultural festival that fits your style and budget.
Newsflash: 1985 was THREE DECADES AGO. Take in this shocking fact during a trip down memory lane.
One local photographer wants to help you find your true colors.
The book, the album, and the movie that you can't miss this month
This month's hottest locally made goods, from sunglasses made with compressed newsprint to designer bike commuter helmets
Portland's Jantzen pioneered the swimsuit. A century later, we're still making a splash.
Our slide show of locally designed suits will surely inspire your summer sunning.
As the state’s gray wolf population continues to grow, new legislative stipulations could impede further progress.
The Christian agency launched the career of Megan Fox and Mina Suvari—could a pious Portlander be next?
A made-up mash-up of the month's most fascinating people, from a jail-breaking goat to Google's Larry Page.
Stick to your guns and make a difference—while making plenty of $$$ while you're at it.
A new kind of crowdfunding site swaps swag for cold hard cash.
How do you build a modern movement? According to one Portland company, it takes a little chaos.
Some tasty tidbits from the ubiquitous pub on every corner
A new generation of locally made, reusable water bottles, growlers, and green-juice carriers adds bonus points to your daily H2O.