Tips and Articles for Portland, OR

João Canziani

After a visit to Portland, you’ll hopefully head home with a few things: a belly full of Voodoo Donuts and Hopworks beers; memories of fun times... Read More

Most celebrities live in L.A. or Manhattan. Not Carrie Brownstein. She’s big enough to be throwing out the first pitch at a Mariners game, but in case... Read More

Everyone knows Portland is a great coffee town—and what goes better with a morning cup, or a 4 p.m. one, than a little something sweet from one of the... Read More

Portlanders like to walk—whether it's on city streets or in the woods of Forest Park, whether it's sunny and 75 degrees, or gray and drizzly.... Read More

The least surprising part of Portland’s upcoming Vegan Beer and Food Festival is that they will be giving out free kombucha to festivalgoers.The most... Read More

As the executive chef and co-owner of two lauded Portland restaurants, Lincoln and Sunshine Tavern, Jenn Louis makes sure to get into her kitchen every... Read More

Portland's beauty reputation is a tad crunchy: no makeup, a ponytail, and toenails wrecked from hiking boots. But it's also not accurate—the city is... Read More

It’s said that Portland, Oregon, has something for everyone, whether you’re a craft beer aficionado, live music junkie, arts supporter, or outdoor... Read More

Weatherly Creamery BuildingNoteworthy newcomers to this 1921 structure include Ancient Heritage Dairy, where 11 different styles of sheep-milk cheese... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

In the decade since Sarah Hart opened Alma Chocolates, a visit to taste her beguiling treats—bittersweet chocolate–dunked pistachio brittle, gold-leafed... Read More

MUSIC: Revolution HallThis 840-seat music spot in the rehabbed Washington High School on the Central Eastside was an instant hit when Neko Case... Read More

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... Read More

For all its residents requesting gluten-free buns and veggie patties, Portland has a vibrant burger scene, from classic smashburgers to ones piled with... Read More

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... Read More

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 ... Read More

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... Read More

As of July 1, it is now legal to carry up to an ounce of marijuana on flights from Portland International Airport to other destinations within Oregon.... Read More

Portland is big on farm to table—but what if that distance between the farm and the table is only about 30 feet? That's the idea behind the growing... Read More

Sure, you could come to Portland and stay in a generic hotel tower downtown—or you could set up shop in a cool neighborhood, renting a unique space that... Read More

When most people think of quintessential American pizza cities, New York and Chicago jump out for their single-slice and deep-dish varietals. But in... Read More

Neighborhood change is ubiquitous, but not too many people get to watch decades of updates in five minutes and fifteen seconds. “Yesterday’s... Read More

You don’t need to burn any miles to get in a solid summer vacation—or at least a killer Summer Fridays Personal finance website WalletHub has shared its... Read More

Portlanders are so wild about ice cream that even our vanilla isn't vanilla—it's single-origin Tahitian vanilla bean. Fun flavors in the city usually... Read More

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