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Expecting lawmakers to voluntarily cut themselves off from the unlimited campaign contributions Oregon's Constitution allows them might never have been realistic. ... [Read More]
Victory Bar, which was named WW's Bar of the Year in 2013, made the surprising and brief announcement on its Facebook page yesterday morning that... [Read More]
Real estate developer Vanessa Sturgeon negotiated a deal with the city to build the Park Avenue West higher in exchange for using union contractors. [Read More]
The Tannery Bar shuttered abruptly last Thursday after six years of business, Portland Monthly first reported. Though the co-owners had little notice, they did get... [Read More]
Care2, Free the Oregon Zoo Elephants (FOZE) and Portland Animal Save claim the zoo's annual summer concert series—held in an amphitheater near the elephant enclosure—is... [Read More]
A traffic death last night at Southeast Foster Road and Southeast 71st Avenue marks the 26th traffic-related fatality of the year. [Read More]
Burning Cat is the brainchild of Elan Lee and illustrator Matt Inman, the creators of Exploding Kittens, a strategic and decidedly NSFW card game described... [Read More]
A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge upholds new campaign advertising disclosure rules. [Read More]
The e-scooter population is growing. [Read More]
What to know, where to eat and a plan for a Pride reboot. [Read More]
Your weekly Buzz List. [Read More]
The crowd can range from first dates to after-work happy-hour groups, and it feels equally as suited to pre-theater cocktails as it does for an... [Read More]
In 2002, Dustin Tolman walked out of Mt. Hood Community College with a degree in television production. The inescapable question of "Now what?" awaited him,... [Read More]
Welcome to Spin City. [Read More]
An amendment aimed at keeping Forest Service vocation centers open passed the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday as part of its minibus funding bill, and... [Read More]
Doyle Canning, a writer, mother, law student, and community organizer, has filed a statement of candidacy for Oregon's fourth congressional district. [Read More]
House Bill 2770 would raise the taxes on cigarettes from $1.33 a pack to $3.33 a pack. [Read More]
Portland Postmates drivers might not accept your order on Saturday. [Read More]
G. Pascal Zachary, former WW and current Wall Street Journal reporter, says everyone needs to calm down: Robots aren't going to take over the world. [Read More]
What to know, where to drink and what to listen to. [Read More]