The head of a development company working on a controversial project in Northeast Portland has been the subject of an… Read More
Dr. Paul Slovic, who specials in the study of human dread and risk, explains we often fear and act for the wrong… Read More
What does feminism mean? Understanding that your rights as a woman come with obligations, duties and accountability. Robin… Read More
A tripwire device was removed this weekend by a bomb squad from the 4000 block of the Northwest Thunder Crest Drive, or… Read More
When the running game is right, so are the Ducks. Continuity on the offensive line is an actual thing, huh? For the… Read More
Every guy that’s ever had a buddy get married or divorced or any other excuse concocted to go to a strip club has been… Read More
A three-year project to paint Portland's Ross Island Bridge kicks off today, Monday, with the replacement of the… Read More
Portland is the 10th best city for trick-or-treating, according to an annual study by Zilllow.com.
A stray bullet hit a 10-year-old Gresham girl Saturday morning and the suspected shooter is still at large.
The City of Gresham has lifted a Boil Water Notice issued Saturday, the alert impacted about 130 homes served by the Gabbert… Read More
The Beavers defense is the team’s strongest unit. And it might be by a considerable margin. The Beavers… Read More
The end result was not what the Portland Timbers needed, but a 0-0 draw keeps them in contention. Portland's fate now… Read More
Sustainable condoms are coming to Portland - and will soon be found at a Fred Meyer or Green Zebra near you.
We've all heard it: That horrible, high-pitched screeching of a bone-dry chain creaking down the street on a… Read More
The biggest piles of campaign cash in Oregon came from out of state donors and went to the two most contentious ballot… Read More
Every Friday, GoLocalPDX breaks down who's rising and who's falling in the world of Oregon politics. Check out… Read More
Many people are getting one very important point wrong. They are confusing “information” with… Read More
Astoria, Portland's cool coastal cousin, is about to get a little bit cooler. This Fall, Astoria's Fort Stevens… Read More
First Lady Cylvia Hayes faces a second ethics complaint related to her alleged use of public resources for personal gain in… Read More
A state ethics investigation into the actions of Cylvia Hayes will be complicated by the fact that her role as a public… Read More
Religious broadcasting is infiltrating Oregon’s prison system, raising questions about a possible constitutional breach… Read More
Portland is so hot right now. And that’s truly what makes it cool. But cool doesn’t happen all by itself. It… Read More
Actor Patrick Stewart was spotted in Portland this weekend. Seems Sir Patrick is a bit of Timbers fan.
Yet another stellar week for you lovers of the printed and spoken word. Enjoy!
Content, a living fashion and art installation, took place in the guest rooms on the second floor at Ace Hotel Portland on… Read More
BodyVox kicks off their 2014/2015 performance season with BloodyVox: Nightmare on Northrup, a dance theater experience that… Read More
The last two 'Music Mondays' at the Lake Theater & Cafe have been sold out with Taylor John Williams, the… Read More
Babies with whiskers would normally be a cause for alarm, but not at the Oregon Zoo. Back in early September, the… Read More
Marine biologists enjoy careers that include shark curator, hazardous waste manager, SCUBA instructor, environmental… Read More
Dani Ransom and Leah Maldonado of OCCULIST, a Portland based video production company, speak to GoLocalPDX about their… Read More
Suits and ties were seen around downtown Portland this week on Portland Threads.
Calling all pet lovers! Check out these 10 pets available for adoption from the Multnomah County Animal Services.
Blue Chalk Media based in Portland and Brooklyn NY will partner with three American journalists to produce “Fall… Read More
After a long week sometimes all you want to do is hibernate in bed. But don't do that! You'll miss out on some great… Read More
If you're in the mood for some wines by the glass, there are plenty of options for the Portland oenophile. In this… Read More
Dear Robin: My wife of 23 years recently filed for divorce when she left me for another man. From the moment she… Read More
Platinum Award-winning singer Ann Hampton Callaway celebrates the music of one of America’s most iconic musical… Read More
Both colorful and captivating, the dynamic current exhibition at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Intimate Horizons,… Read More
Ah Portland, city of contradictions. It may be home to the highest population of vegans in the country (we have to check the… Read More
Probiotics are everywhere these days: there are extra probiotics being added to yogurt, beverages, even infant formulas. They… Read More
In its automotive survey this year, J.D. Powers found one of the main features new buyers wanted on new car purchases was… Read More
Portland Then/Now: The photos shown here display West Burnside Street and 18th Avenue in 1967 and 2014. The buildings may… Read More
Within the first 20 minutes one of Portland's top chef's head was already on the chopping block. Sort of.
Portland’s favorite boutique, Adorn, just opened a new location on Southeast Division earlier this month, and… Read More
Two Portland Chefs, Gregory Gourdet of Departure and Doug Adams of Imperial, begin a culinary battle… Read More
Sofi, Melanie, Amanda and August are four charming twenty-somethings who relocated to Portland two years ago. So far, so… Read More
In front of my house stands a large green fig tree, shading the sidewalk with its beautiful pinnate leaves. I’ve been… Read More
This is an actual college application essay written in response to the Common Application prompt: Perfectly Content. It is… Read More