It’s 9:50 on a Wednesday night, in the Safeway parking lot
on Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. I’m looking into the
passenger-side window of a gray Chevy Tahoe, with $160 in my fist.
MetaFilter founder Matt Haughey put the blog in blogosphere. Now he looks to the future.
Thirty-five miles from Portland is the
home of one of Oregon’s hottest tech properties. It’s a long way from
the “Silicon Forest” of local startups. It’s an even longer way from
The battle for a corporate empire, hundreds of millions of dollars and the meaning of a faith.
In downtown Portland, across Southwest 5th Avenue from
City Hall, stands a tall glass and aluminum tower. Inside this building,
the Pacwest Center, is a safe.
This safe keeps many
secrets, but thi
Bobby Heaukulani is the only detective in the nation investigating illegal dumps.
Growing up on Army bases in the South, Bobby Heaukulani’s favorite TV show was Hill Street Blues. He liked to play with BB guns. When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he always said polic
The aggressive dork CEOs spearheading Portland’s startup scene.
Luke Kanies believes he’s found the solution to Portland’s economic woes.
Strike that: Luke Kanies believes he is the solution.
years ago, when I moved to town, people were like, ‘Oh,
Turns out most of the case for the $3.6 billion Columbia River Crossing Isn’t true.
If anyone should love the idea of creating jobs and boosting the Oregon economy, it’s Katie Eyre Brewer.
Eyre Brewer is a
freshman Republican representative from Hillsboro, as well as a form