The nation’s biggest legal-weed party is looking to land in Clackamas County.
For months, High Times magazine has struggled to find a site in Portland where it could host the Cannabis Cup, a marijuana trade show and festival. That hunt was stymied by the
The co-founder of Dave’s Killer Bread talks about bottoming out and cashing in.
The face of Dave’s Killer Bread has many masks.
For the past five months, Dave Dahl has been buying African tribal masks on eBay. He’s hung more than 200 of them on the red walls of his Mi
The Oregonian wants a pot critic.
Editors at the state’s largest newspaper have started placing ads, shared on Facebook in July, seeking a freelancer to write two to four reviews a month of marijuana strains and edibles.
“The candidate should be an experienced cannabis consumer,” the notice says, “with deep knowledge about the variety of strains and products avail...
Dave Dahl's gamble on organic bread has paid off in a big way, despite his public fall from grace.
Dave's Killer Bread, the Milkwaukie-based family bakery Dahl transformed a decade ago with seed-laden, whole-grain loaves, announced tonight it will soon be sold to Georgia-based company Flowers Foods for $275 million in cash.
Bernie Sanders drew record crowds in Portland. He’s also fighting for Oregon donations with Hillary and…Jeb?
On his second day canvassing for U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ rally in Portland, Dan McIntosh-Tolle started warning people: Get to the Moda Center an hour early if you want a seat.
UPDATE: The candidate met with Don't Shoot Portland leaders after his rally.
The appearance of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in Portland on Sunday night didn't just set campaign attendance records. It also marked the start of an urgent effort to fix the Democratic presidential candidate's foundering message on race.
An estimated 28,000 people rallied at the Rose Quarter on Sunday night.
Sen. BernieSanders threw a socialist social in the Rose Quarter on Sunday night—and so many people came, thousands didn’t get to see him speak. The insurgent Democratic presidential candidate from Vermont drew an estimated 28,000 people to his Portland event. The 19,000 supporters that managed to get into the ModaCenter drank Widmer bee...