Oregon

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It’s said that Portland, Oregon, has something for everyone, whether you’re a craft beer aficionado, live music junkie, arts supporter, or outdoor enthusiast. No surprise, then, that the city is also rich in its offerings for those who don’t want ...
Weatherly Creamery Building Noteworthy newcomers to this 1921 structure include Ancient Heritage Dairy, where 11 different styles of sheep-milk cheese ripen in three caves (for bloomy, natural, and washed rinds). Next door at Renata (entrées $2...
Weatherly Creamery Building Noteworthy newcomers to this 1921 structure include Ancient Heritage Dairy, where 11 different styles of sheep-milk cheese ripen in three caves (for bloomy, natural, and washed rinds). Next door at Renata (entrées $2...
Fans of the ’80s film The Goonies may no longer make the pilgrimage to see the home featured in the film. The house, which is located in Astoria, Ore., is no longer open to visitors and tourists. The homeowner has closed off the home, since tho...
Portland has warm, dry summers and soggy, gray winters, meaning depending on the season, you'll want to change your activities to have the ideal weekend: a hike and visit to gardens in the summer, or a visit to an outdoor hot tub or the country's ...
The Portland Farmers Market on the grassy campus of Portland State University is one of the largest and best greenmarkets in the country, running every Saturday of the year. It's the perfect place to sample the local meats, fruits, and vegetables,...
In the decade since Sarah Hart opened Alma Chocolates, a visit to taste her beguiling treats—bittersweet chocolate–dunked pistachio brittle, gold-leafed chocolate icons, rich cups of hot chocolate—has become a requisite stop on Portland’s food map...
MUSIC: Revolution Hall This 840-seat music spot in the rehabbed Washington High School on the Central Eastside was an instant hit when Neko Case performed at the opening last spring. There’s a certain frisson in wandering past lockers en route ...
MUSIC: Revolution Hall This 840-seat music spot in the rehabbed Washington High School on the Central Eastside was an instant hit when Neko Case performed at the opening last spring. There’s a certain frisson in wandering past lockers en route ...
When I lived in Portland briefly in the late 1990s, East Coast friends kept calling to ask me how life was in Seattle. Fast-forward 20 years, and Portland’s national profile has skyrocketed; it’s the subject of travel-magazine features like this o...
When I lived in Portland briefly in the late 1990s, East Coast friends kept calling to ask me how life was in Seattle. Fast-forward 20 years, and Portland’s national profile has skyrocketed; it’s the subject of travel-magazine features like this o...
For all its residents requesting gluten-free buns and veggie patties, Portland has a vibrant burger scene, from classic smashburgers to ones piled with chef'ed-up toppings. When we say everyone in the city offers their take on the popular food, we...
Portland is generally temperate and comfortable in the summer, except for a few days here and there; on average, only half the days in June, July, or August hit or exceed 80 degrees. But this summer brought a heat wave, with June and July both inc...
Right along the Willamette River, Portland’s Central Eastside Industrial District used to be full of warehouses and trains. It's still a little gritty (and you don't want to get stuck behind the trains that still cross it, which can strand you for...
Portland is a popular spot in summer—recently hosting Project Pabst, Pedalpalooza and the Rose Festival—but even locals and visitors want to take a break from all the action now and then by seeing another part of Oregon. Whether you want mountains...