Don’t miss any of this year’s meteor showers, supermoons, or solar eclipses.
Mark this neighborhood celebration on your calendar for Saturday, May 13
These places represent the legacies of those who helped shape Rose City into what it is today.
The 501(c)(3) nonprofit provides a place for beginners to try the sport, while also sending teams to national competitions.
The calendar aggregates all of the “classic, cult, weird and wonderful films” showing at Portland’s independent theaters.
Eat and Drink
The week of Valentine’s Day just got sweeter with this flavorful collaboration from the culinary minds behind Pinolo Gelato and Clandestino.
The Portland nonprofit, which provides meal services and culinary education, is partnering with local chefs for fundraising dinners in 2023.
From passports to stamp cards, these establishments incentivize eating and drinking with them.
Read: Cozy nooks, hearty pasta and sandwiches, plus community events.
Pass beneath frosted pines, breathe in fresh mountain air, and bring a lunch to devour when you’re done.
We’re sharing some info to help kicks-heart your search.
Anna’s hummingbirds stay in the PNW year-round and supplement their nectar diet with insects and sap.
It’s like “Where the Wild Things Are” meets “Ex Machina”
The Airbnb-friendly apartments program gives some renters the chance to earn passive income by hosting a spare room or the entire unit.
Oregon State Parks will host in-person viewing events Wednesday, Dec. 28-Sunday, Jan. 1.
Pack your bags for wildlife viewing and wilderness adventure.
Enjoy seasonal crafts, guided hikes, and nature education, plus take home a commemorative ornament.
Home and Garden
The Pollinator Paradise plate celebrates the creatures who are vital to our ecosystem and economy by supporting ongoing research at Oregon State University.
Fresh eggs, every day.
This Danish concept emphasizes all things comfortable and cozy.
It may be the dormant season for most growing things, but it’s the perfect time to plan ahead — spring will be here before you know it.
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