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Check out harvest and Halloween-themed events happening in and around Portland in this seasonal guide.
Put your pumpkin carving skills to the test in our contest.
From breakfast to dinner — we’ve rounded up a day full of kid-friendly activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Non-runners take notice of the event on Sunday, Oct. 1, lest you be snared in traffic — this year’s route will be different.
From earning NBA Rookie of the Year to becmoing a seven-time All-Star, Dame cemented a legendary legacy in Portland.
Eat and Drink
Dig into delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian fare in every corner of the Rose City.
For one week every September, bars and restaurants around the world mix up traditional and creative takes on the classic three-part cocktail — for a cause.
Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Portland’s many beautiful patios.
Little Kitchen Academy in Bridgeport Village empowers aspiring cooks ages 3-18 with Montessori-inspired cooking classes, sharing various tools and techniques as well as safety practices.
Travel and Outdoors
Help keep Portland’s nature scenes beautiful with these pro tips.
Join a cleanup event on Saturday, Sept. 16, to make the beach safe, clean, and accessible to all.
You can help millions of migrating birds safely reach their destinations by taking a few simple steps.
Prepare for autumn — and jumping into massive piles of leaves — with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
Real Estate
Additional dwellings can be built as standalone structures, carved out within an existing home, or converted from a garage.
These Portland homes for sale offer an invigorating way to cool off during the hot summer months.
You can make this fantasy home your reality for $4 million.
A flurry of Craftsman construction erupted in Portland at the turn of the 20th century as interest in the Victorian era waned.
We need your help to pick the next community within the City of Roses to feature in our Neighborhood Guides series.
The decision stems from safety and theft concerns and is part of a broader move to shutter stores in other major cities, including Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, and New York City.
Learn about where you can go for specific services between the city of Portland and Multnomah County.
Learn about insects and arachnids at Portland’s only insectarium.

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