WalletHub recently ranked Portland as the 8th most fun city in America. The Pearl District made the top 20 places to live in 2019 according to Money.com – the article cites the area’s low crime rate and job opportunities. And you’re not imagining it – September has already been more rainy than the average September, […]
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The Diving Girl was born in Portland in 1920. In the last century, the Portland company Jantzen helped transform swimming from bathing to a leisure activity. Oregon voters might get the chance to decide on legalizing psychedelic mushrooms next year. And volcanologists are pushing for the right to add monitor stations around Mount Hood, one […]
The trailer is out for the Portland-based PI series “Stumptown” starring Cobie Smulders.Ron Wyden is working through diplomatic channels to secure safe travels to Canada for Trail Blazers Center Enes Kanter if the Blazers are matched up against the Toronto Raptors.And summer’s just about here! Be sure to check out Travel Oregon’s Guide to the […]
More than 29 million overnight visitors stayed in Oregon last year and they spent $12.8 billion.City planners are considering a sports fields concept for the post office redevelopment.And after more than 20 years in the game, Portland continues to push for open internet.
E-Scooters are slowly repopulating the streets of Portland. Damian Lillard’s insane range is no accident – he’s been working to prep his mind and body for months. And Mr. Statue has been performing in downtown Portland for more than 20 years!
Brace yourselves: The scooters return Friday.Portland’s growing population has slowed dramatically.And Portland might build a funicular (an inclined elevator) along Marquam Hill between OHSU & SW Barbur Boulevard.
Earlier this week, most of the Blazers spent 30 minutes stuck in a Boston elevator.Caesar “The No Drama Llama” caused a social media stir after he was spotted taking a trip on the MAX.And Cobie Smulders is set to play the lead character in proposed PI show “Stumptown” set in Portland.
The newest member of the Trail Blazers, Enes Kanter, went on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah this week to talk about his status as a political dissident. Portland-based Trombonist Denzel Mendoza won a Grammy Award! And two men believe they saw UFOs outside Bend in late January. Watch the videos and see what you […]
With a 6 year oversupply, Oregon weed growers are looking at how they can sell to other states. Over the next week’s dicey weather, Portlanders can check an interactive map of real time data to see if city officials have deiced or plowed your street. And one state lawmaker wants to make it legal to […]
E-Scooters are coming back! A report has found more than half of Portlanders have positive view of the scooters. PBOT is allowing them back in the spring. The newest DC Comics superhero is a young woman of color from Portland named Naomi. And Portland has a history of being weird. A century ago, Portland’s upper […]
Take back the streets! Portland’s scooter pilot program is over. Fewer people moved to Oregon last year than in 2016, but it was still a record setting year in population growth. And according to Google search trends, over Thanksgiving weekend, Oregonians will be flocking to vineyards.
Halloween is here and the Blazers dressed up for fun before their Monday night game. Jusuf Nurkic was The Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Evan Turner showed up as a murderous clown and Damian Lillard showed up as Stone Cold Steve Austin. See the photos for more fun. Respondents to a recent PBOT survey […]
Portlanders can get a free tree for their yard at the annual Yard Tree Giveaway on October 13. Oregon Brewers brought home 22 medals from The Great American Beer Festival. And an international pizza consultant has named Portland “America’s Greatest Pizza City.”
Have you hitched a ride on Portland’s new fleet of scooters? Bike Snob NYC spent three days here recently to determine whether the zippy electric minibikes are a scourge on cities or a convenient mode of transport. Speaking of a Portland without scooters, the Oregonian took a trip back in time to examine some of […]
Did August feel unbearably hot? It might been even hotter due to Portland’s weather hot spots, where temperatures can vary as much at 20 degrees throughout the city. Speaking of weather, scientists believe Portland will have a warmer & drier than average winter due to a strong El Nino. And Portland loves its green! According […]
A team of former FBI investigators is claiming to have uncovered the real DB Cooper, whose identity they claim the FBI has been protecting for almost 40 years. Do you know if you can recycle frozen food box? Metro has released the top 8 things people are recycling that they shouldn’t. (The answer to the […]
World Naked Bike ride is Saturday and the Oregonian has 10 tips to help make the ride a success for everyone involved. Summer’s here and that means Portland’s outdoor public pools are now open. And Metro is in the final stages of considering where the new MAX line in SW Portland will go.
Amid a growing number of Blazer victories, the hashtag #RipCityOnTheyAss has taken off. On March 16, Netflix will start streaming Wild Wild Country, a new documentary series about the Rajneeshees in Oregon. The streaming services is also highlighting 90s Boring, Oregon, w/ new coming-of-age show, “Everything Sucks!” The founder of Dave’s Killer Bread shares the […]
To entice Amazon, the city of Portland is giving the company first dibs on the former Post Office site in downtown Portland. You can now tour the old mental hospital in Salem. At the Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health, you can see bygone methods for treating mental health patients and learn about the […]