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A 510 Vape Battery Buyer’s Guide
We conclude Vape Awareness Month with a discussion of the thing people least think and talk about.
If the City Can’t Even Clear Our Roads, Why Is it So Aggressive with Cannabis Rules?
Don’t blame nature for this debacle.
SuicideGirls Makes Some of the Best Vape Cartridges We’ve Ever Used
It’s a pivot that makes sense, and enriches everyone involved.
The Quill is a Low-Dose Vape For People Who Get Stoned Without Being Stoners.
OMFGCO stands out by treating cannabis products like any other—as opposed to how they’re so often handled.
A Tour of the Forgotten Institutions That Once Made Portland a Jazz Mecca
Going back to Jumptown.
As Jazz Changes, Portland’s Only Jazz Radio Station Evolves Along with It
KMHD's free-associative format has helped make it one of the most renowned jazz stations in the country.
A Guide to the Portland Jazz Festival for the Newbie, the Purist and the Adventurer.
Whatever you're hardcore fan or just really loved "La La Land," the Portland Jazz Festival has something for you.
The Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble Is Helping Foster the Future of Jazz in the Rose City
Plus five other players and places helping move Portland's jazz scene forward.
The First-Ever Blacklight Fuzzy Poster Came From Eugene—We Talked to the Auteur
“They were for the hippies’ children."
Medical Marijuana is Dying in Oregon. That's No Way To Treat Our Pioneers.
Thousands of patients are without the growers who have provided their medicine for years.
We Talked To JD Short, Son of Legendary Eugene Breeder DJ Short, About The Origins of Blueberry
Blueberry stood out from the start.
The Rise and Fall of Sinsemilla Tips, Corvallis’ Legendary Marijuana Magazine
Alexander’s story is, in many ways, the story of American marijuana since the mid-’70s.
Where to Eat Gutsy Mexican Food in Portland, From Ear to Stomach
From beef tongue to pork skin, here's where to eat all the funny, little, tasty parts
Alambre is a D.F. Street Food That's Like an Arab-Mexican Meat Party
Consider it a fajitas speedball.
We Visited 40 Restaurants and Taco Trucks. Here's the Best West-Mexican Barbecue Near Portland
Most Mexican immigrants in Oregon come from their country’s western states, where barbecue is king.
The Best Portland-Area Barbacoa Is As Good as in Mexico. Here's Where to Find It.
Our writer ate at 40 different carts, tiendas and taquerias to find the best Mexican slow-and-low near town.
Inside the Last Adult Bookstores in Portland
The Little Porn Shop Around the Corner.
We Spoke to One of Portland's Film Collectors About His Huge Collection of Rare Adult Films
Also, we're hosting a screening of rare trailers from the Golden Age of Porn, on 35 mm film to cap off our Erotica Awareness Month series.
We Went to Inner Portland’s Last Porn Theater. Here’s What Happened.
We expected a couple of lonely guys in an empty theater. Boy, were we wrong.
Portland Used To Be Home to Eighteen Adult Movie Theaters. Here's Where They Used to Be.
We mapped Portland's old dirty movie theaters with the help of a local expert.
A Nationally Established Portland Improv Group Looks To Its Home Turf
Though the popularity of Portland improv has been on the upswing for years now, the scene acquired some promising infrastructure last fall.
Dick Jokes Take Precedence Over Politics In "Spectravagasm X"
Spectravagasm’s lack of interest in any kind of message is one of their strengths.
"Avenue Q" Is Like A Dirty, Existential "Sesame Street"
There’s a tender beauty to the play as the puppets love, yearn and bumble their way through messy, all-too-human lives.
What We Learned At A Pie-Throwing Workshop
It's not actually pie and you don't actually throw it.
An Illustrated Guide to Mojos, Wedges, Little Johns and Other Jojo Pretenders and Defectors
If it ain't a jojo, don't call it a jojo.
We Tried All the Hot-Plate Chicken and Jojos We Could Find in Portland. Here are the Best.
Sometimes you really can't wait for a jojo.
The History of the American Jojo, Which is Definitely Not a Potato Wedge
The jojo is intertwined with a technological wonder of the modern age.
Big’s Chicken Has a Perfect Bite—but It’s a Letdown After Laurelhurst Market’s Parking-Lot Thighs
Those smoked chicken thighs remain great, but much at Big's is an exercise in disappointment.
We Visited All the Korean Restaurants in Walking Distance From the Beaverton Transit Center. Here Are the Best.
Portland Once Had a Thriving Little Italy—What the Hell Happened?
The fate of Portland's once-thriving Italian food neighborhoods
Portland Just Got Four New Jamaican Restaurants—We Tried Them All
Jamaican jerk chicken is sweet-hot heaven.
Portland’s Old Chinatown is Fading—We Visited Every Chinese Restaurant That’s Still There
It's Chinatown, Portland.
Seventeen Very Important and Echt-German Rules for Oktoberfest in Portland So You Don’t Drink Bier the Wrong Way
The bier rules from the bier people.
The Commons is Closing, Giving Its Space to California Brewery
Rumors had been swirling the brewery was troubled since head brewer Sean Burke and another brewer departed without warning in June.