In the hours after the Nov. 19 acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on murder charges in Wisconsin, Portland saw its first significant political property destruction in several months, as around 150 people pelted the Multnomah County Justice Center with eggs…
Author and Portland State University professor Douglas Wolk got an a neatly wrapped gift today, a strong review on the front page of the Sunday New York Times Book Review.
The night he was sworn in as Portland’s 38th police chief Charles Moose didn’t celebrate.
Continuing the good news of businesses returning to Portland’s downtown, Powell’s City of Books has an in-store coffee shop again.
Former Portland Police Bureau Chief Charles Moose has died at age 68.
Slowly but surely, it’s beginning to look a little more like a pre-pandemic holiday season.
Two people died in Portland traffic the night before Thanksgiving, adding to an unprecedented death toll on the city’s roads.
An apartment building I pass often was gutted by fire a while back.
Jim Dixon wrote about food for Willamette Week for more than 20 years, but these days most of his time is spent at his olive oil-focused specialty food business, Wellspent Market.
Going to the movies either before or after a Thanksgiving feast is a time-honored tradition.