The meal of a lifetime? It's on a woodsy island at the edge of the San Juans, and it's waiting for you.
The inspiring women of our state are writers, brewers, ranchers, politicians, designers, investors, punk rockers, and mothers. They are pioneers, rule-breakers, and innovators. Meet them.
We asked some young women in the third grade at Northeast Portland's Vestal School what they want to be when they grow up.
After years away, a prodigal daughter comes back to a city of handlebar mustaches, salty ice cream, kid-friendly breweries, and vegan preschools.
Halfway through his term Portland's mayor reflects on the city's rising skyline, an urban world, and the city's greatest challenge.
A made-up mash-up of the month's most fascinating people, from former governor John Kitzhaber to DC-bound former mayor Sam Adams
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"It's just like building any other cabin, only it's 30 feet off the ground."
From punk rock to Portlandia to her forthcoming memoir, one of Oregon's biggest superstars opens up about what (and who) inspires her. PLUS: A behind-the-scenes video of our cover shoot.
"The women are going to raise the kids and the chickens, and the guys are going to drink beer, look like lumberjacks, and throw darts."
Marcela Alcantar, president of Alcantar & Associates, on her roots in Mexico, her love of dirt, and launching the Diversified Builders and Engineers Council
The Office of the Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff has fought for the LGBTQ community, supported people diagnosed with AIDS, and radically changed the face of the state's policy boards. And she's not done yet.
Amber Starks of Conscious Coils saw a flaw in the licensing laws for natural hair care and decided to do something about it.
Did you know that women in Oregon earn 79¢ for every dollar a man earns? We offer an annotated guide to the shocking numbers behind our state's wage gap.
No waiting periods, no mandated parental involvement, and no limitations on publicly funded abortions? This is how we got here.
Oregon Governor Barbara Roberts (1991-1995) on the hardship, endurance, bravery, and strength required to make a difference.
Oregon's legacy is rooted in women shipyard workers, suffragettes, sci-fi authors, legal abortion, and kick-ass senators. Get inspired!
Only 7 percent of venture capital is invested in management teams that include women. Here's why that needs to change.
Portland Monthly's president and cofounder reveals the shocking lack of respect shown to ambitious women raising capital in this town.
The political consultant behind more than 40 Oregon campaigns goes beyond party lines to elect the best person for the job.
Our March issue is all about the multifaceted force of nature that is the #OregonWoman—now we want to hear from you.
Cory Carman, Jill McClaran, and Carrie Hermens are on the top of Oregon's meat game
A snapshot of the best of Portland's creative bar offerings, from neighborhood dives to craft cocktail havens.
The owners of Portland's Bull in China cocktail supply store share their favorite finds.
It's hard to argue with time-tested perfection. These specimens pay homage to their pedigreed forbears with measured respect.
Raise a pint at the city's freshest hop operations, from IPA altruists to Chinese lager masters.
In Scotland's remote islands, some of the industry's best barrels are made with Oregon fir.
10 Barrel Brewing's Whitney Burnside has climbed to beer ladder from Laurelwood to Upright to Elysian to Pelican. Now, she talks about her biggest challenge yet.
Designer Kathy Shaloo Berg is a leadership role model—and the lone woman at the top tier at ZGF Architects' Portland hub