Midnight cravings strike again.
Enjoy seasonal crafts, guided hikes, and nature education, plus take home a commemorative ornament.
The 30-ft-by-30-ft sign is turned on for the holiday season each year.
The company’s line of dog and cat meals, as well as its dog biscuits, are made with simple, human-grade ingredients.
Whether your budget is $10, $20, or $200, find a completely unique gift for everyone on your list. 🎁
Eat and Drink
Locations up and down Oregon’s Wine Country will hold special tastings, food pairings, and more
We rounded up some spots that are still accepting reservations and pre-orders.
Head to these sports bars from Sunday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Dec. 18 to view matches. 🏆
Sales of November’s Chefwich will benefit The Street Trust
Outdoors
When mild winter weather and weekends (or weekdays) align, this meandering Sauvie Island trail offers the chance to fill your lungs with brisk air and see Mount St. Helens
Explore the magic of the animal kingdom while the zoo’s real residents rest.
See the fall colors while taking a peaceful stroll.
Explore the city by three different forms of public transportation — plus your feet.
Travel
All November long, visitors can savor a myriad of experiences, like wine tasting or touring Oregon’s only commercial olive mill
How well do you know Portland, Oregon? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
The iconic sculpture is the second-largest copper repoussé statue in the United States after the Statue of Liberty
Do you know where they stand?
Home and Garden
You may see more spiders in late summer and fall, but that doesn’t mean there’s been a surge in their numbers
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