Cops Nov 23 4:45 PM

Police Identify Man Killed by Portland Officers Saturday Morning

It's still unclear why police decided to shoot Immanueal Jaquez Clark-Johnson, 30.

Music Nov 18 2:00 PM

Forest Grove High School's Electrifying Mariachi Tradición

Pickathon 2022 was hot but this group—of local high schoolers!—was even hotter.

Housing Nov 21 2:27 PM

Exit Interview With Outgoing JOHS Director Shannon Singleton

Singleton addresses the inner workings of the region's largest homelessness agency and the public's misgivings about its output.

News Nov 11 2:01 PM

Mayor Proposes First Round of Funding to Run Sanctioned Homeless Encampments

The complete proposal will need significantly more funding—and the buy-in of skeptical neighborhood groups—to be realized.

Movies & TV Nov 21 2:58 PM

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio Dances With Darkness

Brilliant Portland-made animation, masterful narrative reworking, but could have gone harder on the fascism.

Food and Drink Nov 17 2:04 PM

Mister Goose Steamed Sandwiches Keep It Simple in St. Helens

William Steuernagel explained that his bar is as much about the vibe as it is the short, unique menu.

City Hall Nov 14 3:07 PM

But Wait, There’s More: The Next Phase of Portland Charter Amendments

The Charter Review Commission wants your feedback on another round of potenial amendments.

labor Nov 18 2:31 PM

Afuri Restaurant Employees Announce Independent Union Drive

Staff at Afuri described working conditions that have been particularly chaotic over the last several months as the company expands in the Portland area.

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.

Housing Nov 17 11:21 AM

City Council Will Threaten to Withhold Homeless Service Funding Unless County Pays for Rental Assistance

Those who've been closely following the city's relationship with the county in recent years consider this a political play.