More than 300 trees across the city are protected by law and serve as living landmarks.
Restore Oregon has put together a complete restoration plan for the century-old treasure — now it just needs someone to take it on... but time is running out.
The Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation distributes nearly 120,000 donated eyeglasses each year to international “sight missions.”
It’s never too late to add a new skill to your repertoire.
Hundreds of like-minded professionals will gather to explore “the nuanced layers” at the intersection of fashion, business, and sustainability Friday, April 21-Saturday, April 22.
Take a page out of our spellbook and gather your friends or family members for an hour of fun interactive puzzles in one of three themed environments.
Explore a bizarro world where up is down and roses are... not a thing?
The local organization prepares ~28K meals each week for older members of our community
Visit a local park, participate in a community event, or clean up your humble abode in honor of the astronomical transition from winter to spring.
Dance, theater, and comedy come together at the whim of a game show wheel.
Daylight saving time has been around as early as 1918, and many legislators across the country are looking to change that.
The annual event will expand to Portland’s Southwest Waterfront for the first time.
Once upon a time, it was a humble movie theater on Broadway. Now, it’s about to become a dynamic new arts hub.
Six & Main partners with local makers to bring quintessential Portland items to one place, supporting small businesses and PDXtoday.
The Drop Shot will host several pickleball pop-up events where people can experience the popular game and support the woman-owned business venture.
The local nonprofit is in need of volunteers willing to foster, transport dogs, and work community outreach events.
The program coaches multifaceted skill sets to promote personal safety.
Why Portland scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
The contemporary take on the golden era of mall portrait photography opened in the Lloyd Center in November 2022.
David S. Mayne’s recently launched “Happy Hour History” explores the origins of various cocktails and how they relate to major events in human history.
Mark your calendars and stretch those hammies.
Check out these 15 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around Portland, Oregon for outdoor adventures.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Portand, OR has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
We’d love to hear about a special memory from the City of Roses.
Mark this neighborhood celebration on your calendar for Saturday, May 13
The calendar aggregates all of the “classic, cult, weird and wonderful films” showing at Portland’s independent theaters.
Becoming a new resident is easy with our Portlander 101 guide to all things Portland, OR citizenship.
From flowers to happy hours to meteor showers, we’ve got ideas to make your Valentine’s Day special.
It’s like “Where the Wild Things Are” meets “Ex Machina”
His murals span more than 50 years and can be found in public buildings and schools
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