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Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in Oregon Politics: Gresham, Tobias Read, Mayor Hales—Who's Hot and Who's Not in Oregon Politics:…

5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend: May 22nd-24th—5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend: May…

Oregon Puts an End to Conversion Therapy for Youth—Oregon Puts an End to Conversion Therapy for…

Mum’s the Word: Parenting Inside Out—Mum’s the Word: Parenting Inside Out

Party Report: Oregon Symphony After Party At Lauderdale’s Loft—Party Report: Oregon Symphony After Party At Lauderdale's…

Toronto Raptors’ Terrence Ross Commits a Team to Portland Pro Am—Toronto Raptors' Terrence Ross Commits a Team to…

State of Oregon Craft: A Survey Exhibit Featuring 50 Works by 15 Local Artists—State of Oregon Craft: A Survey Exhibit Featuring…

The Elephant Family Receives New Home at the Oregon Zoo—The Elephant Family Receives New Home at the…



Uber Not Living Up to its Promises in Portland

In a very short time Uber has gone from being the next big thing to being a problem for disabled passengers, disgruntled… Read More



Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in Oregon Politics: Gresham, Tobias Read, Mayor Hales

Every Friday, GoLocalPDX breaks down who's rising and who's falling in the world of Oregon politics. Check out… Read More



Oregon Puts an End to Conversion Therapy for Youth

Basic Rights Oregon has officially made the announcement that Oregon is banning conversion therapy for Youth. Joining… Read More



Toronto Raptors’ Terrence Ross Commits a Team to Portland Pro Am

What Portlanders may not necessarily realize is that they have two of their own representing the city of Portland in the NBA.



Neil Everett To Host The 63rd Annual Nike Oregon Sports Awards

The 63rd annual Nike Oregon Sports Awards will be held on June 11th in the state-of-the-art Stanford Theater at the Tiger… Read More



Drought: Portland Area Water is Good Short-term, But Potentially “Scary” in the Future

Clackamas River flowing through Milo McIver State Park via Wikimedia CC.

Oregon’s dry winter isn’t likely to negatively affect the municipal water supply in the Portland area this year,… Read More



Portland, 8th Most Energy-Efficient City in the U.S.

 It seems as though Portland is succeeding in their effort in ensuring that their city is more “green” and… Read More



Bring the Arizona Coyotes to Portland

Word has it that the Arizona Coyotes are again flailing financially. And as I am sure you know, that potential disaster… Read More



EDITOR’S NOTE - GoLocalPDX Hit By Hackers From China

GoLocalPDX was attacked both Tuesday and Wednesday by a series of attempted hacks that tracked back to IP addresses in China.… Read More



Oregon Legislature Pushed to Close and Avoid Special Session

The state’s forecast was gloomy back in February, with a governor-swapping media frenzy, just weeks into a new… Read More



Scott Bruun: Time to Manage Those Californians

Californians, what a pain. They move into our state, uninvited, and cause all sorts of problems. The overwhelming… Read More



Damian Lillard Releases New PDX Carpet Inspired Shoe

Over the past few weeks the Trailblazers’ starting point guard, Damian Lillard, has been hinting that “something… Read More



The Herbery Becomes Vancouver’s First Pot Dispensary to Open 2nd Location

This Saturday, May 23rd, The Herbery will open the doors to it’s second Vancouver, Washington location,… Read More



Early Strawberry Season One Sign of Late Summer Drought

Any ardent fans of Oregon strawberries have probably already bought their first Hoods, a sweet favorite, at a local… Read More



North Portland Gentrification Documentary Launching Kickstarter Campaign

A documentary about gentrification in North and Northeast Portland, produced by Portland journalist and filmmaker… Read More



Code Fellows Launches $250,000 Scholarship for Women, Minorities and Veterans

The scholarship money will fund forty scholarships  for women, underrepresented minorities, and veterans.

On Tuesday, the coding school, Code Fellows announced their launch of a $250,000 scholarship program to promote diversity in… Read More



Will Portland Be the Next San Francisco?

In the 1990’s San Francisco was cool, hip and so “not Los Angeles.” Today, it is big and expensive. The… Read More



Personal Tech for Women: 5 Things You Need to Know About Purging Your Closet

When you’re in the midst of changing up your seasonal wardrobe – lighter threads for warmer layers – you… Read More



Defensive Lapses Doom Timbers

On Saturday the Portland Timbers had the opportunity to increase their standings in the Western Conference with a win over… Read More



Thorns FC Lose to Boston Breakers

Thorns FC received its first loss this Saturday against the Boston Breakers. Portland beat the Breakers 4:1 in their season… Read More



Why Oregon Doesn’t Have More Forests Sold for Carbon Credits

A trailblazing tree trend could capture carbon in Oregon’s forests mitigating the effects of global warming—at… Read More



video: GoLocalTV: Memorial Weekend Events

Tonight at 5, the Portland Rose Festival kicks off at the Waterfront with music, carnival rides, food, beer and… Read More



5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend: May 22nd-24th

This Memorial Day weekend will feature some must see events, such as one of Oregon's largest firework displays. If this… Read More



Mum’s the Word: Parenting Inside Out

So in order to keep my daughter’s behavior from driving me to a life of hard crime and copious amounts of alcohol, I’ve started to do a lot more reading on parenting and emotions. Photo Credit: Briauna Skye McKizzie

There have been several moments this week where I wanted to march down to the county jail and turn my four-year-old daughter,… Read More



slides: Party Report: Oregon Symphony After Party At Lauderdale’s Loft

Pink Martini's Thomas Lauderdale delivers after party nibbles to his loft. Photo by Byron Beck

Oregon’s favorite home-grown orchestra, Pink Martini, returned this week to team up with the Oregon Symphony for two… Read More



State of Oregon Craft: A Survey Exhibit Featuring 50 Works by 15 Local Artists

Photo Credit: Mario Gallucci, MFA VS '14  (image cropped)

Museum of Contemporary Craft in collaboration with Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) present State of Oregon Craft, a… Read More



The Elephant Family Receives New Home at the Oregon Zoo

This week, the Oregon Zoo introduced Tusko and his Elephant Family to their new 32,000 square foot habitat.

This week, the Oregon Zoo introduced Tusko and his Elephant Family to their new 32,000 square foot habitat. The 13,000… Read More



slides: 5 Natural Ways to Calm Your Anxiety

Anxiety is scary. You feel crazy, alone and weak. One of the biggest problems with anxiety is that even though you know… Read More



Leather Storrs: Dining Out in San Francisco

Dining out is a critical tool for chefs. We go out to see friends, steal ideas and measure ourselves against the competition.… Read More



Didi’s Manners & Etiquette: Relationship Dilemmas

What to do when a blind date goes badly, and when he has pre-wedding jitters. How to regulate e-cigarette vaping in your home… Read More



video: The Portland Unipiper Performs New Star Wars Inspired Balancing Act

​This Portlander is clearly ready for the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on December 16th.



Ecliptic Brewing to Kick Off Memorial Day Weekend with Star Party

Photo Credit: Ecliptic Brewing   Facebook

Ecliptic Brewing is partnering with Rose City Astronomers (RCA) to host a Star Party, Friday, May 22nd. Ecliptic and RCA… Read More



Nicky USA Hosts Special Dinner to Benefit Youth Culinary Program

Photo Credit: Nicky USA Facebook

Nicky USA celebrates 25 years with a special anniversary dinner benefitting The Portland Kitchen, a free culinary after… Read More



5th Annual Portland Beer Week Kicks Off June 11th

Photo Credit: Fruit Beer Festival (Image Cropped)

The 5th annual Portland Beer Week begins its epic celebration June 11th - 21st. Sponsored by Whole Foods Market, Columbia… Read More



Why Certain Video Games Will Never Die

Good games never die. Obviously this is true for games like dominoes and chess, but the same can be said for video games.… Read More



Portland Then/Now: Broadway and North Larabee St.

North Larabee St. and Broadway.  City of Portland Archives.

Portland Then/Now: Broadway and North Larabee St.



College Admissions: Sample College Update Communication

A sample of the sort of update college students should share. 



Chef Kenny Giambalvo Is Returning to Pazzo Ristorante

Chef Kenny Giambalvo. Photo by Byron Beck.

After nearly two decades since his departure Chef Kenny Giambalvo will return to his position as Executive Chef of Pazzo… Read More


Beauty & Fashion

Portland Boutique Backtalk Opening New Location in SW PDX

Julia Gabriel Studio, Formation Design, Sarah Bergman, Weft + Hide

Portland boutique Backtalk, is opening a second location in Southwest Portland with a fresh West end spin. The new… Read More



Chevy Shop Social: A Charitable Event Bringing Portland Bloggers Together

shebuyscars bloggers created a girls day out gift basket worth $547.

15 Portland bloggers will shop for a cause with the help of Chevrolet, to benefit Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.… Read More



slides: Party Report: PICA’s TADADA Gala & After-Party

Gula Delgatto at PICA's TADADA Gala at the Redd. Photo by Byron Beck.

PICA threw the party of the year, TADADA!, at The Redd on Southeast Salmon Street on Saturday night.



High Notes: The Best Live Music in Portland This Week, May 19-24

Ancient punks, suburban songsmiths, and our own Hutch and Kathy are on the boards this week. The least you can do is turn off… Read More



Community Supported Fisheries: Oregon’s Boat to Table Movement

Photo via Port Orford Sustainable Seafood Facebook page

I often ask myself, ‘Is there even such a thing as sustainable seafood anymore?’ With shocking reports of global… Read More



Domestic Violence Shelter Holds 6th Annual Dine-Out Fundraiser

One of the participating restaurants is Mother’s Bistro, owned by the award-winning chef, Lisa Schroeder. Photo Credit: Mother's Bistro (Image Cropped)

Raphael House of Portland, Multnomah County’s largest domestic violence shelter, holds their sixth annual dine-out… Read More



video: Portland Hosts International Youth Silent Film Festival

The festival is a challenging yet wonderful opportunity for young people under twenty to share their three-minute silent films with an appreciative audience. Photo Credit: The International Youth Silent Film Festival's Facebook (Image Cropped)

Portland will host the sixth annual International Youth Silent Film Festival at the Hollywood Theatre on Wednesday, May… Read More



The Scarlet Letters: The Many Faces of Monogamy

Some people are built for monogamy and some are not. In the November 2012 issue of Vanity Fair, Dolly Parton referred to… Read More



Green Room Opens to Good Reviews at Cannes Film Fest

Patrick Stewart stars in

The Portland-made “Green Room” opened to good reviews at the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film… Read More



OHSU Ends Brain Awareness Series with “Art & The Learning Brain” Lecture

OHSU host

Oregon Health and Science University hosts a lecture on a "Art & The Learning Brain” to make science research… Read More