Portland Pickles are offering adorable clothes for your cat or dog.
A Portland woman has been supplying masks to neighbors via her mask tree.
And the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is now in Oregon!Read More
Portland now has a statue of York, an enslaved member of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
This week is a great time to try some new restaurants during Black Restaurant Week!
And praise be! Pools, splash pads and even pop up concerts will be returning to Portland this summer!Read More
In the 1940s, Portland was home to an all black baseball team called The Rosebuds. And this year, they are coming back.
Founded to give soldiers returning home from World War II a place to get higher education, Portland State University turns 75 years old this year.
And thanks to strict adherence to COVID-19 guidelines, the Portland area saved 2,000 lives, economists say.Read More
You may recognize some local faces on the new season of culinary competition show ‘Top Chef’, which was filmed in Portland last year and premiers on April 1.
A nature photographer captured a rare bird sighting at Oaks Bottom this past week.
And nice work eating your veggies: Portland was recently ranked the third healthiest city in America according to a new study.Read More
Simpsons creator and Portland native Matt Groening created a special cartoon to raise money for his old high school, Lincoln High School.
‘Burst of Hope’ has been named the official rose of the 2021 Portland Rose Festival.
And two Portland performers made the burlesque global top 50 list for 2020!Read More
Get ready to pump it up, Oregon! Starting Friday, gyms in extreme risk counties can have limited indoor activities.
There’s a new bridge in Bridge City! Flanders Crossing is now in place over I-405 and will be opening soon for bike and pedestrians.
And local public joy creator and artist Mike Bennett has raised $7,500 for Meals on Wheels People program with a creative wood cutout of Sen. Bernie Sanders.Read More
Oregon State Parks has expanded the booking window for camping reservations. You can now book a campground up to 6 months in advance.
Vaccine clinics are ramping up at Oregon Convention Center and at Portland International Airport.
And despite the snow icon in the forecast for next week, most of Portland probably won’t see any snow on the ground.Read More
According to a survey from American Addiction Centers, Oregonians miss their favorite bar more than their gym.
Hunting into what’s causing a so many whale deaths off the coast, Oregon researchers have been studying their poop.
And starting next week, Oregon is expanding vaccine eligibility to people over 65.Read More
Got some time on your hands? See these five recommended books for 2021 from Powell’s Books.
Despite the pandemic, Portland is still one of the top places to live without a car.
And after a huge fire closed it 3 years ago, the Eagle Creek Trail has reopened in the Columbia River Gorge.Read More
For a dumpster fire of a year, there were some bright spots, like the Ankeny Street Promenade.
Giant bags of chia seeds found this week on Oregon beaches have started to sprout.
And Trail Blazer Enes Kanter is showing off his Ugly Holiday Mask to promote health safety measures like masks and social distancing.Read More