The Fourth of July will almost look normal this year now that public fireworks spectacles are back on the calendar.
Buoy Beer is still waiting for answers on the cause of its building collapse in Astoria on June 14.
Swank is out in downtown Portland.
Sesame Collective, the restaurant group known for bringing the flavors of Israel, Turkey and Greece to Portland, is traveling to another part of the Mediterranean with its latest venture: Italy.
Montavilla residents who can’t make it to the neighborhood’s popular farmers market on the weekend, or simply need to restock their pantry midweek, are getting an extra shopping day on the calendar.
After weeks of chilly spring temperatures led to a lingering snowpack, Mt. Hood Meadows is finally ready to reopen the ski lift for summer activities.
In a little more than a month, the state’s largest beer event will return in all of its drunken, sweaty summer glory.
Just slightly over a year after Broadway Rose broke ground on a long-anticipated expansion, the Tigard theater company is ready to cut the ceremonial ribbon and let audiences indoors.
Two years ago, I was sitting in a century-old tavern on the west end of Astoria doing field research for what would’ve been the 2020 edition of Willamette Week’s Summer Guide when I realized the whole project might get scrapped.
The out-of-state burger invasion continues.