White Bird opens 19th season
The diverse team of performers creates awe-inspiring works that reveal how we are affected emotionally, physically and socially by the spaces we inhabit.
Remembering my brother’s struggle
At the age of 11, I cried for my brother for the first time.
According to the White House, an estimated 51 percent of all science, technology, engineering, and math jobs are projected to be in a computer science related field by 2018.
Film opens Thursday in local theaters
"The Birth of a Nation " has had more expectations placed on it than any movie could reasonably bear.
Piedmont Station brings foods from around the world
A food cart pod in northeast Portland has become the go-to place for delicious foods from around the world all in one place.
Yuan Su solves the lack of great Chinese food options for the vegan population.
Turning Heads Hair Styling Studio has been serving customers for the last 10 years.
From dress hats to Montique shirts to Belvedere shoes, most of the necessary pieces to build a dapper suit can be found at A Touch of Urban Apparel.
Northeast Portland’s Thirty27 Boutique translates one woman’s love of family and fashion into a trendy and affordable clothing locale for the working girl.
Shop specializes in affordable treasures
Those that love sifting through treasures from the sartorial past should check out Sugar Mountain Vintage.
Certified trainer opens sports facility
ProForce Athletics specializes in providing specific and professionalized sports training, with an emphasis on speed strength and sprint mechanics.
Naim Hasan's photography background stems back 15 years with experience in shooting portraits, corporate events, product photos and more.
Dubs St. Johns serves customers and community
Dub's St. Johns serves everything from brisket, to catfish, to cheesecake, while also being able to accommodate vegetarian diets and vegan ones upon advanced notice.
Establishes Deadstock Coffee after work at Nike
Young and creative entrepreneur Ian Williams followed his impresario path from start to finish.
Business venture starts with a dream
Bison Coffeehouse stands out among the other caffeinated establishments in town.
Race and culture rooted in Arvie Smith’s works
Smith has had his work shown in many of the world’s top cities for art, among them New York, New Orleans and Florence, Italy.
The goal is to increase the number of youth completing Career Pathway credentials by 20 percent.
Entrepreneur brings life to Ankeny Square
Jamal Gardner's Grubbin’ is now active at Ankeny Square in the North Park Blocks.
'How I Learned What I Learned'
August Wilson’s provocative autobiographical solo show about race, culture, oppression, hierarchy and power.
Diversity paramount for new PDC leader
New Portland Development Commission director wants to ensure that the people who benefit from new business growth and jobs include people of color and other disadvantaged groups.