Portland Approves Zenith Proposal for Renewable Fuels Operations

The proposal could lead to the end of Zenith’s ongoing legal battle with the city.

Portland Thorns Management Helped Enable and Perpetuate Abuse, According to Damning New Report

Owner Merritt Paulson and president of soccer Gavin Wilkinson have been called out for covering up former manager Paul Riley's actions, protecting him, and impeding the investigation.



I, Anonymous

Two Ways This Goes?

The Trash Report

Wife Guys, Divorced Guys, Hypocrite Guys, and... Dogs!

Pop Quiz PDX

Hilarious, Smarty-Pants Trivia about Portland Tycoons, Killer Robots, and Why Autumn SUCKS

Hear In Portland

Zyah Belle's Full Length Record Yam Grier Has Arrived

Savage Love

Fair Shares

Review: A New Documentary Shines Light on Abuse Within the Portland Thorns and Women's Soccer

Truth Be Told–The Fight For Women’s Professional Soccer focuses on former Thorns coach Paul Riley and other scandals that rocked the league.

Environment Today 11:54 AM

Zenith Seeks Compromise with Portland Amid Legal Challenge

The company will commit to renewable fuels operations if the city grants operational permits for the facility.

News Sep 21 4:14 PM

Candidate Rene Gonzalez Faces Historic Fine for Violating Election Law

Discounted rent could cost the city council hopeful $77,140 in total.

Movies & TV Fri 2:27 PM

Film Review: Riotsville, U.S.A. Is a Surreal History Lesson on the Militarization of the US Police

Archival footage shows racism was at the core of how law enforcement responds to riots today.

Aug 24 1:05 PM

A Note from the Editor: Here's a Tip!

Editor-in-Chief Wm. Steven Humphrey on the two types of tips the Mercury reaaaaally likes.

Music Thu 12:08 PM

Brown Calculus' AndrΓ© Burgos Boldly Solos Into Space

His new album as Brown Calvin has a cosmic concept.

Books Sep 27 10:00 AM

Downtown Portland Could Get a Comics Museum

Pacific Northwest comics world professionals want to create a Northwest Museum of Cartoon Arts.

News Sep 21 8:00 AM

A Tenant Enrolled in a City Affordable Housing Program Just Received a 50 Percent Rent Increase. How is That Possible?

In a city that touts its numerous renter protections, vulnerable renters are still able to fall through the cracks.