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Explore the best Portland shopping malls and shopping centers.
Portland couldn't be the best bike city in the country without a full host of excellent bike shops. Here are our 11 favorites.
What you need to know about Portland's most popular gardens, museums, and other attractions.
Learn about places to visit without spending a cent in Portland.
Celebrities love Portland, and some were even born here. Here's our top-ten list of famous musicians, actors, and authors with Portland connections.
Instead of heading to the mall, why not hit up one of Portland's shopping streets? You'll support local businesses, find more interesting merchandise, and get to know a Portland neighborhood a little bit better.
Get a listing of the Portland area's radio stations and formats.
Get a sense of the weather in Portland, Oregon—including average temperatures and rainfall.
Find Portland jobs through one of Portland top Employment agencies.
Learn how to use public parking in Portland, Oregon.
Expand your circle of friends or find someone special to date. These clubs, social groups, and dating events are sure to help you meet people in Portland.
A go-to guide for lesbian life in Portland, Oregon, including bars, coffee shops, bookstores, and groups and organizations.
Portland is known for its incredible music scene. Here are the top ten venues to see the big names and up-and-coming talent.
Portland’s Farmers’ Markets have freshest produce in the Northwest. Find the market closest to you, from downtown to the suburbs.
North Portland restaurants are popping up quickly. Find out where to fill your belly along North Mississippi Avenue, a street that's making a name for itself in the Portland restaurant scene.
Check out some of the more prominent locations featured in seasons one and two of IFC’s satirical hit show “Portlandia.”
See what makes the Hawthorne District one of Portland’s favorite neighborhoods, including how to get there, shopping, and best restaurants.
Disc golf courses abound all around Portland, Oregon and the Northwest. It's a low-cost, low-key and super-fun way to spend your day in a park with friends.
Not only are there great stores in Portland, but the shopping is tax-free! Here are the rules that apply to Oregon residents and visitors.
The Historic Columbia River Highway offers spectacular views and little traffic -- making it a favorite route for cyclists. Now a new segment of bike path makes it possible to ride all the way to Cascade Locks, Oregon, without needing to navigate Interstate 84.
Spend an evening at a comedy club in Portland, Oregon, and laugh your way all the way home. Here are the best Portland comedy shows and attractions.
Ten breakfast spots in Portland, Oregon that are worth the wait, including Mother's Bistro, Zell's and the Tin Shed Garden Cafe.
Learn how Portland's public transportation system works. Get tips on riding TriMet buses, MAX trains, and the Portland Streetcar.
Portland may be famous for its coffee, but great tea venues abound. Check out the top tea-sipping destinations in Portland, Oregon.
While Regal Cinemas runs most of the first-run movie theaters in Portland, there are many wonderful independent movie theaters with great perks.
Get the 2009 schedule for movies in Portland's neighborhood parks.
A shopping tour of Portland's best shopping street, NW 23rd Avenue.
Oregon’s private universities offer a wide range of courses and degrees. Use this list of links to learn about your options from over 25 opportunities.
Learn how to find your way around Portland, Oregon.
The best places to see outdoor shows in and around Portland, Oregon
Summer 2011 concert schedule for Portland Parks in Portland, Oregon
Places to go and things to see in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Get familiar with one of Portland’s liveliest neighborhoods to live, work, shop, and play. Find out how to get there, nearby schools, and where to eat.
A Portland Shopping Guide: Best Thrift Stores
With all the restaurants on Alberta, find out which ones are worth eating at.
Find out how to get discounted movie tickets and find listings for free movie events in Portland, OR.
Portland's airport is easy to fly in and out of. Find out what you need to know before you go.
Planning a special night out? Check out one of these ten romantic Portland restaurants. No special occasion needed!
See what shows are playing at the Clark County Amphitheater this season.
Want to see where Portland beer is made? Get a list of the Portland breweries worth visiting.
BoltBus provides a low-stress and extremely affordable connection between Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver B.C.
When you dont feel like cooking but youre watching what you eat, Portland has some tasty options.
Salt & Straw's food-to-cone philosophy has created an ice cream explosion in Portland.
Eating out with the kids should be fun. Where are the best places to take the kids to eat?
Find out where to shop for men's and women's shoes in Portland, Oregon.
Discover the many reasons why locals and visitors alike flock to this hip hood.
A profile of one of the Portland's quickly flourishing eastside neighborhoods.
A culinary walking tour of SE Division Street.
Use these resources to find the apartment or house of your dreams.
We'll help you decide which health club is best for you.
Find out about the neighborhood street fairs in Portland, Oregon.
June 7th is Goonies Day in Astoria, Oregon to celebrate the cult classic ’80s film The Goonies.
Find out where to get discounts and coupons for Portland restaurants, entertainment, and shopping.
Coffee is everywhere in Portland. Learn about the best Portland cofeee spots to get buzzing.
Gain valuable computer skills at one of the libary's FREE classes.
Where to find the best chocolates in Portland, OR
Portland Saturday Market is a weekly event that features crafts from local artisans, an international food court, and live entertainment.
What you should know before you go to Portland's most loved garden.
A description of the services provided by the Oregon Humane Society
An overview of annual music festivals in Portland, Oregon
Where to celebrate Oktoberfest in Portland, OR
Car2Go is making an impact in Portland since launching in March 2012. The service sets itself apart by offering one-way rentals and allowing drivers to terminate their rental and leave the Smart Cars anywhere in central Portland.
Head to the Oregon coast during the spring or winter Whale Watching Weeks to witness the gray whale migration.
U-Pick farms and farm stores abound in the Portland Metro area. We picked some favorites for a family-friendly, fruit-filled day.
Get deals on eat and drinks in Portland's swanky Pearl District.
Use your iPhone to navigate the city, get local weather and news, or find a happy hour in Portland.
Face it, beer fans are super spoiled here in Portland. In fact, we had to split up our list of best brewpubs into an Eastside group and a Westside contingent (read about those below). We'll also be featuring in-depth reviews of as many of these brewpubs as we can.
While most cyclists yearn for spring and summer, in Portland a good contingent prays for puddles and achieves peak fitness in the fall for cyclocross. The sport of cyclocross is growing rapidly across the country, but nowhere is it as popular as in Portland, where race participation often tops 1,500.
A guide to some of Portland's best happy hours.
Find out which intersections in Portland, OR, have red light cameras.
Get the 2011 schedule for summer concerts at the Oregon Zoo.
Celebrate cultures from around the world without leaving Portland.
Experience one of Portland's favorite holiday traditions, Zoolights.
Explore one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside Japan.
Love to read about food? Tap into the best food and drink blogs in Portland.
Thirst Fest will bring national and local distilleries as well as wine and beer labels together with members and friends of Portland's LGBTQ community.
Get Portland date ideas here.
Where to get a casual bite around Northwest 21st and 23rd Avenues
Where will you be when the sky lights up with fireworks this July 4th?
Puckerfest, held at Belmont Station in Portland, Oregon, celebrates sour and wild beers every July.
Check out some of the best weblogs written by Portlanders.
Learn why the locals love to shop at Powell's books.
Find out how to explore the culinary side of Portland, Oregon
Discover ten places for Portland hikes. Explore our beautiful city.
If you're looking for employment in Portland, start here.
Tucked away in a corner of Northeast Portland, at the intersection of Rosa Parks and NE Albina Street, sits
Find resources for free tax help in Portland.
Portland isn't called Beervana for nothing. The Pacific Northwest is very much at the heart of the microbrew craze that picked up momentum and continues to pick up steam right through the current day, and Portland now claims in the neighborhood of 50 brew pubs in the city alone. We've featured some of our favorites here, and have split the listings into Eastside (below) and Westside.
Portland has gone from a dearth of good ice cream options to having a plethora of some really exciting, delicious options. Join the ice cream revolution, spoon (or cone) in hand.
Smash Putt brings together miniature golf, robotic obstacles, an art installation, an irreverent, for-adults presentation and cocktails.
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During Zwickelmania, over 100 breweries throughout Oregon -- and almost 40 in Portland -- host special events, tastings and opportunities to meet the brewers and look behind the scenes.
Where to shop and rent costumes for Halloween in Portland, Oregon.
Find the Regal Cinemas theaters in Portland, Oregon.
The Historic Old Church hosts music ranging from Classical to folk, world music to rock, as well as plays and other events in Portland's West End neighborhood. Be sure to check out the free Sack Lunch shows.
Find a listing of bars with ping pong tables in Portland, Oregon
Get fresh fruits and vegetables delivered to your house.
Find a group of Portland biking enthusiasts and ride into the sunset.
Portland has a well-deserved reputation as the bicycle capital of America. Here's a roundup of some of the most prominent bike businesses in and around the city.
A run-down of the top Portland Rock Climbing Gyms.
Get to know this historic NE Portland neighborhood.
What you should know about the personal income tax.
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Portland celebrates St Patrick's Day with everything from free concerts to four-day festivals. Some events are family friendly, while others are more adult-themed.
Free movies in Pioneer Courthouse Square.
Washington Park Portland International Rose Test Garden is the oldest public test garden in the United States, and helps give Portland its title of City of Roses.
Bicycle racing in the Portland area kicks off with the Jack Frost Time Trial, ramps up with the Dirty Circles Road Races in March, and hits a peak with the big Gorge Roubaix road race weekend at the end of March.
The North American Organic Brewers Festival is a beer fest with a conscience, blending delicious beer with a sustainable ethic every June at North Portland's Overlook Park.
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Learn about Portland's car-sharing program, Zipcar.
Tens of thousands of Vaux's Swifts descend into the Chapman Elementary School's chimney in Northwest Portland every evening in September. It's a very cool spectacle unique to Portland that's well worth checking out.
Cyclepedia hits the Portland Art Museum from June 8th through September 8th. Forty bicycles will showcase this amazing form of transportation's many purposes as well as its evolution, and a plethora of cycling-themed events from lectures and discussions to the huge World Naked Bike Ride and Bicycle Big Top and Rat Trap Circus will add to the festivities throughout the duration of the show.
Close to 10,000 cyclists took to the streets for the annual Portland World Naked Bike Ride to advocate for cyclists' rights, speak out against reliance on oil and usher in the new Cyclepedia exhibit to the Portland Art Museum.
Looking for family-friendly holiday activities in Portland? Enjoy these events with your friends, family, and visitors. Portland is a great place to find holiday activities to celebrate with your family this year.
Where to get the best Portland sandwiches
Staccato Gelato mixes a traditional-style gelato with locally-sourced ingredients to create fresh, exciting, delicious creations on this side of the Atlantic.
There are a ton of options for celebrating the coming of 2014 on New Year's Eve, and here are our favorites.
Which downtown Portland restaurants are worth visiting?
This isn't just a gym, it's a complete sports complex.
Get a delicious breakfast on SE Belmont Street in Portland, Oregon.
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Ruby Jewel uses gourmet, local ingredients to craft top-notch ice cream at affordable prices.
Portland Parks & Recreation opens up the city's parks on evenings throughout the summer to bring more than 50 free shows all over the city.
La Sirenita's two locations serve up reasonable, plentiful and good Mexican food in the Alberta Arts District and Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood.
See what's happening on one of North Portland's most hoppin' streets.
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Stumptown Coffee Roasters, one of the oldest small-batch roasters in Portland, maintains its iconic status with its downtown location.
The Historic Columbia River Highway is a quick and easy escape from Portland, and it offers spectacular views all along its route. Whether by car, motorcycle or bicycle, this popular excursion offers unparalleled views of the Columbia River Gorge, as well as up close looks at stunning waterfalls and hikes galore -- from challenging to mellow.
Venice: the Golden Age of Art and Music comes to Portland from February 15th through May 11th, 2014, to celebrate the heyday of that storied city's creativity.
Browse cookbooks, gourmet kitchenware, and ingredients for a delicious feast.
A photo tour of the Portland Farmer's Market
Running and walking are very popular ways to stay fit in Portland. Joining a local running group is a great way to get involved.
Find out about the scariest haunted houses and other spooky attractions in Portland, OR.
Experience incredible beauty of Portland's Classical Chinese Garden.
Historic homes, tree-lined streets, and plenty of upscale shopping and dining await in Nob Hill, a Portland neighborhood.
This Portland-based company's chocolates are a favorite with the rich and famous.
The Alberta Arts District, located in Portland's inner Northeast section, is one of the city's prime destinations. The neighborhood has a bit of grit and funk to go with its great galleries, restaurants and shops, and NE Alberta Street features about 25 blocks of great walking explorations and people watching.
This gym is open at any time of day you like to workout.
Visit the chocolate factory and retail store in Clackamas or order Michele's confections online.
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Find unique items at shopping events in Portland's neighborhoods.
The Fourth of July ramps up the month with plenty of festivities, color bursts and booms, but there are plenty of other events all month long to make the summer of 2013 a memorable one. There's an amazing assortment of free events this summer with a dizzying array in July, including OPS Shakespeare Fest, Free Movies in the Park, Free Concerts in the Park, Sundown at Ecotrust, two beer festivals and several street fairs. Good luck with keeping up with it all -- but it's a great problem to have!
The Pope House Bourbon Lounge offers Portland's best whiskey drinking experience in a unique, welcoming Victorian house.
Bring a little naughty along with the nice and join in on one of the SantaCon barhopping flash mobs that celebrate the holidays in their own style.
Photo - Playful yet functional toasters discovered on a Portland shopping tour.
The Washington Park Summer Festival offers 10 consecutive nights of terrific music. That's quite an impressive stretch of tunes, and it's all free! The Rose Garden Amphitheater provides the ideal venue and backdrop for a summer night spent listening to opera, grooving to jazz, funking to an Eastern-European-style cabaret, or dancing and bopping to Cuban traditional music.
Where to Take the Kids to Celebrate Halloween - Portland
Portland has become a haven for all things food and drink -- and that now extends to craft distilleries and their diverse offerings.