Starting a pot business? These companies want to help.
Alexa Divett is getting a contact high.
Divett runs Maya
Media Collective, a Northeast Portland company that is part of the
commercial frenzy surrounding the legalization of marijuana in Orego
Living cheap and well in Portland: $1 Beers, $1 bowling and the $20 one-hour massage.
Remember when the Great Recession ended?
Neither do we.
While economists say
the nation has been on the mend, and the Dow reached a new high this
month, it sure doesn’t feel that way in Port
Urban farmers and foresters are benefiting from a gaping property tax loophole.
Joe Angel is a real-estate
developer and investor best known for once owning 28 Portland-area
Burger Kings. Angel also helped develop three downtown hotels—the
Westin, the deLuxe and the Luc
A video poker machine dealt Justin Curzi a strange hand. Now he’s calling the Oregon Lottery’s bluff.
Justin Curzi pecked the draw button on the Jacks or Better
video poker machine. The glow from five game screens lit the maroon
walls of the windowless room in the back of Northwest Portland’s
Why local artisan cidermakers are at the core of a national boom.
The tree wasn’t all that special. It was just too damn big.
Back in 2004, Nat
West’s friend and neighbor in North Portland, Norris Thomlinson, had a
large and craggy tree in his backyard t
Emails ex-Gov. John Kitzhaber’s office sought to destroy reveal tensions over power, money and former First Lady Cylvia Hayes.
Ex-Gov. John Kitzhaber resigned last week amid allegations
his fiancee, former first lady of Oregon Cylvia Hayes, improperly used
her access to him to influence state policy while benefiting
NO.1Because Portland is to America what America is to the world…
They aren’t just coming to America anymore. They’re coming to Portland.
For the second year
in a row, Oregon was the state
Gov. John Kitzhaber should be at the pinnacle of his power. His role in an unfolding scandal has brought him low.
Last week, Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber finally broke his silence.
For four months,
Kitzhaber had refused to answer questions about allegations of
influence-peddling involving first lady Cylvia
Welcome to the new normal.
took a while. Oregon’s journey to legal weed, which culminates in a big,
smoky rally on the waterfront this July, started way back in 1973, when
A Portland radical gets banished by the group he once led.
Byrd Jasper sat at the center of concentric circles of
folding chairs in the Musicians Local 99 Union Hall. More than 50
people—most of them part of the Portland activist community—gathered