Molly Woodstock creates content for Sagacity’s custom publications. She works closely with Travel Portland, for whom she curates an events calendar, contributes to the annual visitors guide, and crafts local guides on topics from hidden hotels to food cart pods.
When she’s not working with custom clients, Molly returns to her roots as a web editorial intern, contributing extensively to Portland Monthly’s health and food blogs. Since August 2013, she’s doggedly ramped up PoMo’s vegan coverage, mostly as an excuse to eat endless vegan pizza. She also writes short bits for the magazine about free stuff and the suburbs’ semi-tragic food scene.
A native Oregonian, Molly spent three years at Chapman University in Orange County, earning a BFA in Documentary Film Production (which came in handy that time she shot a Thomas Lauderdale party for PoMo) and vowing to never leave the Pacific Northwest again. She’s photographed every Sasquatch Music Festival since 2009. She really wants to meet your dog.
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Gluten-Free, Vegan Comfort Food at Juniper
Bend’s Plant-Based Burger Joint Hits Hawthorne
Cookin’ Up A Storm: Making Vegan Carrot Cake with Marine Conservationists
5 Reasons to Look Forward to Portland's Newest Sundae Shop
Back to Eden Brings Food Cart “Cottage” to Southeast Portland
Living the Vegan Dream on a Farm Sanctuary
Top Picks for the Portland EcoFilm Festival
BEST BRUNCH 2015
The Ultimate Guide to Portland Brunch
8 New Portland-Made, Plant-Based Protein Staples
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Harvest at the Bindery Plates Up Root-to-Tip Vegan Fare
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5 Reasons to Love New Plant-Based Food Cart Juniper
Find Your Farming Soulmate at the CSA Share Fair
Inside the North Portland Shop Where Everything Is Free
Locally Sourced, Healthy Meals... Delivered!
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Drinking Vinegars: Cocktail Trend or Health Tonic?
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Explore Ethiopian Eats With Teff Love
Portland-Made Pantry Staples to Kickstart Your Metabolism
Portland’s Hot Yoga Studios Want to Make You Sweat
6 New Plant-Based PDX Eateries to Get Your Veg On in 2015