I’m not a religious person. The best label for me is probably “agnostic”: I don’t profess to know whether there is a supreme god or force. Yet anywhere I go in the world, I’m inevitably drawn to the sanctuaries where other people find their...
Don't just reach for a cold one—reach for an old one. Here's how to start your own beer cellar to age some of the regions best brews.
After a short retirement, Steve Smith, the founder of Tazo, is back with a new assortment of teas that bring tastes from around the world to Portland.
Robotic animals take down poachers.
Have your dinner table brim with the flavors of Bavaria, Alto Adige, Austria, Hungary, Germany, and Alsace with alpine delights such as a hearty mushroom gratin.
There's a lot more to fried chicken than the traditional dish we associate with the American South. A quick tour of Asia reveals enchanting alternatives.
Despite a move from its old-world digs, Noble Rot still brings the comfort food that Portlanders love.
Mantra Espresso & Wine Bar brings some downtown glamor north of the Columbia.
Reefer, right wingers, cowgirls, vampire lovers, and toll bridge activists hit our table this month.
4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42: if you recognize these numbers, you should check out our look at Lost's ties to Portland, and maybe even sample some of our Lost party favors.
A group of local photographers known collectively as PhotoForce turn their lenses toward Oregon's fight against hunger in this _Portland Monthly_ photo essay.
We review Myrlin A. Hermes's take on _Hamlet_, where Horatio finds himself falling for the Prince of Denmark.
Our "Food Chain" photo essay continues in this web-exclusive slideshow.
The so-called "Nike of China" Li Ning moves into the Nike of America's hometown with its first stateside store.
Local boutique Mickle & Mod gives a whole new meaning to the term "street fashion."
Local adventure filmmaker collective the Epicocity Project explores the world's most wild waterways.