The 300-year-old ship that inspired The Goonies was recently found off the coast of Manzanita.
A new commercial building in Portland’s Old Town uses 100% recycled water and produces its own power.
And Portland’s central library will be closed from August-November for a massive renovation project.Read More
Travelers can now take a direct flight from Portland to London.
Portland’s Forest Park made WorldAtlas’s list of top ten parks in the United States.
And if you’re heading downtown, be sure to stop at Dinolandia, downtown Portland’s new dinosaur museum.Read More
Accolades are piling up! Portland was recently ranked as the top hiking city and placed in the top 25 places to raise a family.
Summer’s here and so is patio season! See this great roundup of Portland’s best outdoor dining options.
And a new study ranked Portland in the top 3 cities friendly to same-sex couples.Read More
Pride month is here! Now’s a great time to check out some of Portland’s wildest LGBTQ Bars.
At South Waterfront, transportation options are endless, and cars aren’t at the top of the list.
And Broadway has attracted lots of infamous attention over the years, including restless teens, gangsters & more.Read More
The Portland Trail Blazers will be looking for a new owner soon.
Have you see the orcas on the Oregon Coast? This month, sightings have been higher than usual.
And there’s now expanded bus and shuttle access to Washington Park, so be sure to plan a trip to visit the International Rose Test Garden and Portland Japanese Garden.Read More
A Portland barista has been named the 2022 US Barista Champion.
Four local filmmakers recently received post-production grants.
And these local restaurants not only have great food, but amazing views to match.Read More
No secret to allergy sufferers, Lawn Love has named Portland the No.11 worst city for grass allergies.
The Side Yard Farm & Kitchen hosts The Lost Table grieving group potluck once a month in Northeast Portland’s Cully neighborhood.
And a former mayor of Portland is the man in a popular poster seen on campuses worldwide called, “Expose Yourself to Art.”Read More
If you’ve been thinking it’s been a very wet spring, you’re right! Portland has already had a record setting number of record rain events this year.
The City of Portland is taking over ownership of 82nd Avenue from ODOT, which will allow it to make badly needed safety improvements.
And the city has added Rider Ambassadors to the Portland Streetcar. This team provides a non-security presence to increase rider safety.Read More
Despite ambitious plans, Portland is struggling to reduce its dependence on cars.
Portland’s population grew 5% in the last 5 years, a little more than the state’s rate.
And Portland Japanese Garden is one step closer to a new headquarters for their Japan Institute.Read More
President Biden is visiting Portland today to promote infrastructure and make a few fundraising stops.
As we’re getting closer to legal psilocybin in Oregon, here’s a look how how the rules are developing.
And this week at Oregon Convention Center, more than 500 people became U.S. citizens at Portland’s largest naturalization ceremony ever.Read More