July 2015
Table of Contents
Cover Story
From pils to porter, these local brews are calling.
Features
Thumbnail for - Inside Portland's Oldest Cohousing Community
Founded by 15 families in 1971, Sunlight Holding Co takes the concept of community and a "sharing economy" to the next level.
Thumbnail for - Meet the Oregonian Who Helped Transform the Patriot Act
Ron Wyden's most secretive staffer helps the senior US senator craft his take on national surveillance.
Our associate editor reflects on 10 years of the Oregon craft beer revolution.
Prime picks from the center of the blackberry universe, which just happens to be in our own backyard.
Stray Dogs give Fourth of July outdoor eats some major pop.
The east side's new Latino marketplace debuts with 7,000 square feet of authentic street food and south-of-the-border shopping.
Can CEO Scott Showalter drive the symphony into a new era?
Four authors to catch in Reed College's outdoor amphitheater this month.
The book, the album, and the comic that you can't miss this month
The Reed College graduate shares the "very structured form" of writing a thriller.
"It's not just a bunch of hippies throwing Frisbees at trees!"
How a Baltimore upstart is taking on Portland's sportswear titans with a new Northwest hub.
This month's hottest locally made goods, from penny-inspired pendant lights to the perfect weekend travel bag.
With picture-perfect picnic tables, pine-dotted cliffs, and wildflowers, this 11-acre lake is calling.
Ron Wyden's most secretive staffer helps the senior US senator craft his take on national surveillance.
Peering into Oregon's hazy, post-legalization future.
$15 an hour would change a LOT of lives.
How the state's enterprising nanotech companies are innovating at the micro level.
We dig into the massive development on the SE Belmont blocks once roamed by charismatic goats.
The local business shares the challenges of a global trade.
A made-up mash-up of the month's most fascinating people, from the departing Oregonian publisher to the a 16-year-old robotics prodigy.
JD Davies, a master of water sports on the Columbia River, revives an ancient floating art form.
From pils to porter, these local brews are calling.
These 11 beer halls, restaurants, and retail outlets have once again raised the bar for great drinking destinations.
Thirty years ago, a political battle made the craft brew revolution possible.
Behold five local beers that could easily replace lemonade.
Mosaic, citra, or warrior hops? Learn the difference and take your beer know-how to the next level.
Studying to become a "Certified Cicerone"—the beer equivalent of a sommelier—Lucy Burningham takes notes for local brewers.
Beervana is calling. Come prepared with these local drinking tools.
10 Barrel Brewing and Elysian were just the beginning, folks.
We asked about 850 of our readers about the state's unofficial beverage. Here's what we discovered.
Founded by 15 families in 1971, Sunlight Holding Co takes the concept of community and a "sharing economy" to the next level.