Get ready for the rain! Forecasters are saying Portland could see a month’s worth of rain in the next 7 days.
Starting in 2027, Burnside Bridge will be closed for 5 years for a seismic rebuild.
And Amtrak is adding two more daily round trips between Seattle & Portland.Read More
You’ve maybe seen the bright billboards around town, A joint marketing campaign is urging Portlanders to go see plays!
Although many businesses will be closed Thursday, a few have adjusted hours for last-minute needs.
And where to go if you’re having a late-night craving for sweets?Read More
An ice rink is coming to downtown Portland during the holiday season.
Scientists have studied Portland’s personality and discovered that out of 53 major US cities, Portland ranks last on extroversion.
And according to an updated study, Downtown Portland’s post-pandemic recovery has slightly improved.Read More
Alaska Airlines is adding a non-stop flight between Portland and Nashville.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering trucking young salmon downstream to avoid dams.
And it’s Chrysanthemum season at Lan Su Garden.Read More
Portland International Airport’s soon-to-open terminal features a 9-acre roof made entirely out of wood.
TriMet is planning a redesign of the Hollywood Transit Center that will add hundreds of affordable housing units to the neighborhood.
And an update on the mystery of DB Cooper: amateur sleuths claim that an old sheet they found could have been used by the hijacker.Read More
Bars around Portland will have spooky seasonal drinks this weekend! Here’s some highlights.
Oregon’s newest license plate “Pollinator Paradise” will be available starting next week.
And Oregon Zoo’s elephants have been smashing pumpkins for 25 years!Read More
Portland can expect a drier, warmer winter this year because of the El Niño weather pattern.
It’s spooky viewing season – be sure to add these films with Oregon connections to your Halloween playlist.
And after 30 years, a northwest wildflower has recovered enough to be be taken off the Endangered Species list.Read More
City Council approved plans this week to renovate Keller Auditorium that includes a new pedestrian plaza by Keller Fountain.
This weekend, AFRU Gallery is hosting a 24-hour marathon concert featuring 70 performers playing “Louie Louie.”
And Portland Fruit Tree Project is going to attempt to break the record for the world’s largest charcuterie board.Read More
The Jantzen Beach Carousel has a new home at the National Neon Sign Museum.
WalletHub has ranked Portland the top vegan- & vegetarian-friendly city in the US.
And the owners of Lloyd Center have announced their plans to renew the 29-acre site, which includes housing, restaurants, greenspaces and office space.Read More