News »

Portland’s Police Reforms Are Headed Toward a Big Shake Up

After All the Recent Trouble, That Might Be a Good Thing

Hall Monitor—The Biggest Whack-A-Mole

Hundreds of Homeless Are About to Be Swept. Where to Is Anyone’s Guess

In Other News

Superintendent Splits! New Public Plaza!

Taking the LEAD

Cops and Prosecutors Are Embracing a Radical Idea: Not Filing Drug Possession Cases

Music »

An Interview with Y.G.B.

The Collective’s Natalie Figueroa Talks Being Black and Brown in Portland

Maze Koroma’s Mythology

The North Portland Emcee’s Hip-Hop Is Built to Last

All-Ages Action!

PDX Pop Now! Edition

Woods’ River of Light

The Brooklyn Band’s New Record Is Sinister Grooviness

Film »

Beyond Star Trek

Star Trek Offers Us a Reminder: We Can Do Better

Hitting the Road with Microbe and Gasoline

Michel Gondry’s Eccentric Tale Offers Some Much-Needed Optimism

Growing Old with Fight Club

Chuck Palahniuk’s Comic Book Sequel to the ’90s Rite of Passage

Food and Drink »

Bites to Remember

SuperBite Gives Downtown the Restaurant It Desperately Needs

Lush Life: Mixing with Wine

Wine Cocktails That Go Beyond the Spritzer

I, Anonymous: Restaurant Edition!

Portland’s Restaurant Insiders Dish on Shitty Customers, Outrageous Cooks, and Their Own Peeves

Lush Life: Oregon Brewers Festival Goes Global

Beers from Around the World Visit Portland

Cannabis »

Cannabuzz: How to Diversify Your Potfolio

Potfolio. Get It?

Ask a Pot Lawyer: How to Get Your Weed Worker Permit

It’s Not Hard, But You’ll Need to Study Up—and Pony Up

Fashion »

Portland's Pretty

Mister Green Party at Machus

Sold Out: July Style Events

Alley 33, Native Fashion Now, and More

Portland's Pretty

Checking Out the Fashion at Red Bull Sound Select

Visual Art »

Cat Del Buono’s Art of Witness

In Voices, the Video Artist Documents the Reach of Domestic Violence

Project Art: Biennial Edition

A Look at Muscle Beach, One of the Portland2016 Biennial’s Only Venues Inside a Garage

Yes, Portland Has a Biennial

And the Portland2016 Biennial Is Oregon’s Biggest Art Show Ever


This Week's Cover Artist, J Morrison, on the Gayest Cats Ever

Books »

Trouble Boys Cuts Through the Mystique of the Replacements

Bob Mehr’s Holistic Take on the ’80s Alt Rock Icons

Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction, Milkfed Criminal Masterminds

The Local Comics Creators on Their Latest Joint Ventures

Tin House’s Perfect Literary Summer Hangout

The Annual Summer Reading Series Is Back—with Joy Williams, Michelle Tea, and More!

Grief Is the Thing with Feathers: A Somber Breeze of a Book

Max Porter's Writing Finds a Language for Grief

Theater »

Theater Has a Well-Documented Diversity Problem. One Local Company Has a Possible Solution.

For the Next Three Seasons, Profile Theatre Will Only Produce Plays by Women and People of Color.

Dead People Problems

Weekend at Bernie’s Is a Vulgar Delight

Amy Miller Is Back

To Record Her First Comedy Album, That Is

Summerfest's Panic Attacks and Beautiful Fabrics

CoHo's Annual Festival Highlights Innovative Plays—with Minimal Shakespeare

Feature »

Surprise! You Just Got a Bike

It’s the 2016 Bike Issue, and It’s for the People

Meet Your New Bike!

We Put Biketown to the Test on a Volcano. It Got Us to the Top... Eventually

Meet Your New Helmet

Try Your Hand at Winning One of These Custom Bike Issue 2016 Beauties

YOU Can Learn to Ride a Bike Right Now!

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