I, Anonymous

Make Up Your Mind, Portland

Savage Love

Dom Vibes

The Trash Report

Balloons Are Boring, Portland Sucks (Or Does It?), and a Cat that Looks Like Matt Damon

Pop Quiz PDX

Sassy, Fun Trivia Questions about Local Entitled White Guys, Hollywood in Portland, and... Surprise! You're Marrying a ROBOT! 🤖

Hear In Portland

MAITA's All-Acoustic Album Hits the Spot and the Road

Portland Police Bureau Reinstates Officer Who Leaked False Information About Former Commissioner Hardesty

State labor officials find that city officials didn’t prove Brian Hunzeker retaliated against Hardesty.

Ten Pacific Northwest Picks for Bandcamp Friday: February 2023

New releases, reissues, dance tracks, and wordless scores from Portland and Seattle.

Food and Drink Jan 31 12:17 PM

Food Review: Street Disco Went from a Pop-Up to a Brick-and-Mortar Success

Items on the Foster-Powell restaurant's ever-changing menu disappear faster than a bag of coke at Studio 54.

News Feb 1 10:00 AM

In Oregon’s Prisons, Terminally Ill People Are Left with Little Recourse

Proposed legislation would ease the extraordinarily difficult road that incarcerated Oregonians face in securing compassionate release.

News Jan 19 11:15 AM

Success of Measure 110 Remains in Question, According to State Audit

Oregon must collect better data to evaluate impact of drug decriminalization program.

labor Feb 2 9:27 AM

Hundreds of Critical Portland Operations Workers on Strike After Mediation Fails

Wastewater and street maintenance workers are asking the city to keep wages competitive with the private sector.

News Feb 1 1:00 PM

Tobacco Retailers Sue Multnomah County Over Ban on Flavored Products

While the future of Multnomah County’s ban is unclear, the lawsuit could be moot if the Oregon legislature passes a statewide flavored tobacco ban.

City Hall Jan 25 11:32 AM

Portland Moves a Step Closer to Overhauling Government with a New Voting District Commission

City officials say they are concerned, but on schedule to transition to a new form of government by 2025.

labor Jan 31 10:10 AM

City of Portland Office Workers Move to Form an Independent Union

“When push comes to shove at budget time, we always take the hit first,” union organizers say.

News Jan 30 1:00 PM

Despite New Leadership, Portland Officials Decline to Reconsider Zenith Energy Deal

Climate activists will now turn their attention to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.

News Jan 24 4:12 PM

Portland Thorns Fire Trainer, Assistant Coach Following Yet Another Investigation

Investigators recommended the staff members be placed on leave, but the team opted to fire them.

News Jan 27 8:15 AM

City Unveils Plan to “Reset” Central Eastside By Picking Up Trash, Increasing Police Presence, and Removing Homeless Portlanders

Wheeler acknowledged that the sweeps aren't a solution to homelessness in Portland.