Feature

Meet Portland’s Biggest Fentanyl Dealer and the Dominatrix Who Loved Him

Where’s the f**king tomatoes, Channing?

04/01/2020ByBen WesthoffIllustrations byRyan Garcia

Love & Psychology

Love in the Time of COVID-19

OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us cultivate our relationships with one word: patience.

03/19/2020ByGabriel GranilloIllustrations byBrian Breneman

Feature

Editor Therese Bottomly Is Steering theOregonianinto Uncharted Waters

The paper has a pared-down staff and a smaller footprint, but its new(ish) editor in chief is still bullish on its future.

01/21/2020ByBeth Slovic

True Crime

A Beloved Culinary Instructor Was Murdered. What Happened Next Was Stranger Than Fiction.

The plot seemed pulled straight from a bad romance novel, but friends and family are left wondering: why did Dan Brophy die?

05/31/2019ByCiara O'Rourke

Eat & Drink

Kitchen Consequential

Drugs and booze nearly gutted a generation of Portland's best chefs. Now they're setting the table for sober kitchen culture.

01/29/2019ByKaren BrooksIllustrations byMolly Mendoza

Urban Achiever

This Rising Political Star Could Redefine the Portland Region

And you probably don’t even know her name. (It’s Lynn Peterson, and she’s taking over Metro.)

12/21/2018ByRandy GraggPhotography byNicolle Clemetson

Best of the Year

Portland Monthly's Top Longreads of 2018

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.

12/13/2018ByPortland Monthly Staff

Dead Shot

Will This Zombie Adventure Vault Oregon's Video Game Industry to the Next Level?

Days Goneis a Bend-made game set in the shadow of Mount Bachelor and the Three Sisters.

11/20/2018ByMarty Patail

科学

Wolf. Dog. What’s the Difference?

A pair of scientists chase canine evolution deep into DNA.

10/17/2018ByBenjamin Tepler

Fall Fashion

Portland Soul Singers Ural Thomas and Blossom Get Dressed Up to Get Down

Welcome to Fall Fashion, featuring a musical legend and a rising star.

09/11/2018ByEden DawnPhotography byHolly Andres

Politics

The Strange Rise of Greg Walden, Oregon's Only Republican Congressman

His climb keeps getting weirder and weirder. So what's the cost?

08/14/2018ByNigel DuaraIllustrations byMax-O-Matic

Man vs. Monument

特朗普洗劫俄勒冈州的公共土地吗?

Southern Oregon’s Cascade-Siskiyou could be the next national monument on the Administration's hit list.

05/22/2018ByRamona DeNies

The Oregon Woman: Into Their Own Hands

Meet Judith Arcana, a Pioneer of '70s-Era Underground Abortion Work

BeforeRoe v. Wade, a group called Jane served Chicago women. Arcana, now a writer living in Portland, was part of that clandestine network.

04/24/2018ByRebecca Jacobson

Politics

No Woman of Color Has Ever Served on Portland City Council. This Election Could Change That.

Meet the contenders in this historic race.

03/27/2018ByBeth SlovicIllustrations byAlice Mollon

Hunger in Oregon

What Happens When Portland Kids Go Hungry?

Oregon ranks 13th in the nation for food insecurity. So who feeds many local children? The schools.

02/27/2018ByFiona McCann

Profile

How Aminé Became Portland Hip-Hop's Most Elusive Star

From the outside, it’s like he came out of nowhere. That’s intentional.

12/28/2017ByCasey Jarman

Profile

汤娅哈丁回到冰,Silver Screen

WithI, Tonyahitting theaters as an unlikely shot at redemption, we spent a day with the champ. She landed some doubles, talked motherhood, and jump-started a Hyundai.

12/20/2017ByMargaret SeilerPhotography byHolly Andres

Best of the Year

Portland Monthly’s Top Longreads of 2017

The Malheur takeover. How the Blazers won Portland. Grisly murders. The battle to be nonbinary. Jeff Merkley. Vegan cronuts. Here are 12 of our best in-depth stories from the past year.

12/18/2017ByPortland Monthly Staff

Unnatural Treasure

The Columbia River Gorge Burned. We Could Make That a Good Thing.

A manifesto for our beloved national landmark, after the flames.

11/20/2017ByRandy GraggIllustrations byAmy Martin

Media

A Smart New Portland-Based Magazine Covers Travel for Women of Color

Backed by advertising giant Wieden & Kennedy,On She Goesalready has a lot going on.

10/16/2017ByRebecca JacobsonIllustrations byLisk Feng

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