Last week, thousands of Portlanders received a confusing postcard.
In the end, it was fitting that Damian Lillard waited until the last possible moment to demand a trade out of Portland.
The new director of Cascade AIDS Project explains how being two-spirit impacts his work.
Dame Time ran out.
The Gateway to the Gorge is the perfect place to get wet ’n’ wild.
Amid the funhouses and midway games of CityFair, a dozen booths sell Portlanders the exotic foods of America.
From the Department of Shameless Self-Promotion: Willamette Week took home 12 awards, 10 of them first prizes, in a five-state journalism contest among Pacific Northwest newsrooms.
Last week’s voter rejection of Measure 26-238, a proposed capital gains tax to fund lawyers for tenants facing eviction, was the worst defeat suffered by a local ballot measure in Multnomah County in 30 years.
The cost of legal psilocybin is going to surprise people.
If Multnomah Village were 10 minutes from the ocean, or a national park, every travel guidebook in Powell’s would offer tips on how to secure a hotel reservation in this quaint getaway.