Despite what a recent USPS mailer claims, Oregon voters do not need to request a mail-in ballot. If you’re registered to vote, your ballot will automatically be mailed to you.
Oregon Ballet Theatre is traveling to various outdoor locations around the city for “OBT Moves.”
And Pearl District businesses are making NW 13th more pedestrian friendly with food plazas and outdoor seating.Read More
As giant fires burn large paths through parts of Oregon, community aid groups are banding together to help refugees.
Thousands of unemployed Oregonians are eligible for $300 weekly bonuses.
And although though we can’t go see them, the Vaux’s swifts are still roosting in the chimney at Chapman Elementary School by the thousands.Read More
Despite closing, the Clinton Street Theater has continued to add to its record of weekly screenings of the Rocky Horror Show.
Want to help wildfire refugees? Here’s a list of resources.
And Portland has passed the strictest ban on facial recognition in the US.Read More
Fall is just around the corner! Check out these tips for where to pick apples around the Northwest.
When TriMet retires its original MAX cars, they might become a miniature village including a kitchen, warming shelter & more.
And Carmelo Anthony hopes to continue next season with the Portland Trail Blazers.Read More
ODOT wants your feedback on a proposed toll for I-205. It’s likely that drivers will start paying the toll within 4 years.
Movie theaters are petitioning to reopen under Phase 1, like restaurants and bars have.
And Portland’s famous elk statue is fine and has been moved to safe place.Read More
Multnomah County wants your thoughts on how to proceed with replacing the Burnside Bridge.
Starting Friday, Powell’s Books will reopen two rooms with limited hours.
And the Postal Service says Oregon’s vote-by-mail system should be fine for November’s election.Read More
After a protester tagged a church in SE Portland, Imago Dei decided to turn it into a mural.
Local businessman and philanthropist Jordan Schnitzer has established a Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Program.
Don’t know how to help during the pandemic? Eater has created a guide of how to give, volunteer opportunities and food banks in the Portland Metro area.Read More
Did you get a check in the mail for $94.42? Better cash it; it’s real!
Check out these early sketches for the Burnside Bridge replacement.
And the Oregon Zoo has announced that Mei Mei’s panda cub is a healthy boy!Read More
The North Greeley Avenue bike path is set to reopen soon with large barriers that will protect bicyclists from heavy trucks & debris.
The Oregon-made film The Rental is the No. 1 movie in the country this week.
And the pandemic hasn’t derailed Portland Diamond Project’s efforts to bring Major League Baseball to Portland.Read More
The pandemic has brought a new appreciation to Portland’s e-scooters, which have seen ridership soar to above pre-COVID levels.
SE Portland is now home to a new BIPOC-led Farmers Market: Come Thru Farmers Market.
And hundreds of Portland mothers made international headlines this week when they joined Portland’s Black Lives Matter demonstrations.Read More