How the center of jazz and African American culture in Portland changed forever. Words: Reuben Unrau Photos: Andy Abeyta Video: Christina Belasco Along North Williams Avenue in Northeast Portland, Oregon, commutersRead More…
One family’s journey from homeless shelters to a home they can call their own
Writing essays for college students is both legal and lucrative; but even the writers question the ethics of their work.
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College students are taking prescription ADHD medication as a study aide, putting their health at risk
Kelsi Eastman competed in her first rodeo at age three, and she’s been in the saddle ever since.
Volunteers of Willamette Backcountry Ski Patrol thrive in the frigid valleys of the Cascade Mountains.
The pinball industry and the culture surrounding it are experiencing a revival.
An Oregon woman takes her fight against aerial pesticide spraying statewide
Two black suitcases lay on my bed, packed and ready. I wouldn’t be leaving to attend the University of Oregon for another month, but I had already formed my escape plan from Lynwood, California, a city with a history of halting dreams, and a stone’s throw from Compton.