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But after a rocky first half to his tenure, the district attorney has a lot of ground to make up in Portland.
Inside the legacies of two Oregon-grown horror hosts.
Looking back at a bumpy—and undersung?—tenure, as the almost-two-term Oregon governor prepares to leave office
And upstart new player Neutral Milk claims it’s blazing a better path forward: more environmentally friendly, carbon-neutral milk that does a planet good.
When Portland Public Schools’ buildings reopened in September, hundreds of students who should have been there never came back.
From dedicated spaces to new options at traditional cemeteries to a new human composting law, green burial is on the rise.
Fans, cast, and crew recall the enduring Oregon-shot classic three and a half decades after its release.
The backstory on how Facebook pleas, a Zoom call, and a late change of heart created chaos in North Portland’s Zone 4.
Where’s the f**king tomatoes, Channing?
Love & Psychology
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us cultivate our relationships with one word: patience.
The paper has a pared-down staff and a smaller footprint, but its new(ish) editor in chief is still bullish on its future.
The plot seemed pulled straight from a bad romance novel, but friends and family are left wondering: why did Dan Brophy die?
Eat & Drink
Drugs and booze nearly gutted a generation of Portland's best chefs. Now they're setting the table for sober kitchen culture.
And you probably don’t even know her name. (It’s Lynn Peterson, and she’s taking over Metro.)
Best of the Year
Tonya Harding. Wolves vs. dogs. Zombie-filled video games. Greg Walden. Quaker sex cults. Here are 12 of our best in-depth stories from the past year.
Portland Monthly Staff
Days Gone is a Bend-made game set in the shadow of Mount Bachelor and the Three Sisters.
A pair of scientists chase canine evolution deep into DNA.
Welcome to Fall Fashion, featuring a musical legend and a rising star.
His climb keeps getting weirder and weirder. So what's the cost?
Man vs. Monument
Southern Oregon’s Cascade-Siskiyou could be the next national monument on the Administration's hit list.