Uproxx | A Philly Native Returns Home In Search Of The Perfect Cheesesteak

In search of the meaning of home, I try to find it the only way I know how: through food. And what better food to explore my feelings about Philly than the iconic cheesesteak?


Broadly | ‘I’m Ready to Go to Battle’: Inside Planned Parenthood’s Organizing Boot Camp

The organization is expanding its advocacy by training hand-picked volunteers to run their own campaigns across the country.

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Portland Monthly | Meet the Portland Entrepreneur Taking on the White, Male-Centric Booze Industry 

With Miru Vodka, Chaunci King roars onto the scene.


Elite Daily | Sexual Assault Survivors Protest Betsy DeVos Over Title IX Worries

Maya Weinstein, a survivor of sexual assault, tells her story—and why she believes in Title IX.

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Portland Monthly | Should Portland Save the Memorial Coliseum?

A small group of preservationists want to rescue the 55-year-old gray box from demolition.

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Portland Monthly | This Global Branding Agency Helps Portland Street Kids Become Designers

AKQA provides materials, expertise, and guidance. The kids do the rest.


TheManual.com | Narragansett Brewing’s Mark Hellendrung Discusses Life, Lager, And New England’s Oldest Brewery

We’re gonna need a bigger boat.


Willamette Week | Portland’s Minimum-Wage Increase Hinges on Skeptical Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney

Courtney’s opposition reveals the difference between Portland and the rest of the state—and it could fracture the fragile consensus forming around a wage increase.


Willamette Week | Inside Job: Spending Sept. 11 in Pioneer Courthouse Square with 9/11 Truthers

Fourteen years after the Twin Towers fell, Truthers took over Portland’s Living Room to spread the word.




































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