LGBT

PDX Latinx Pride

Every summer for more than a decade, PDX Latinx Pride festival has celebrated the rich culture of LGBTQ Latinx in the Pacific Northwest.

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Essential Portland comedians

Several outstanding comedians have honed their craft here; get ready to ROFL with our guide to the all-stars of Portland’s comedy scene.

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A People’s History of Portland

Before Portland was known for Portlandia, bikes and brews, the foundations of the city were built by immigrant laborers. This zine introduces Portland’s immigrant and working class heroes, celebrating our city’s social activists and movements.

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Portland’s Entertainment District

On weekend nights, several blocks in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood are closed to cars, making it easy to visit the area's many dance clubs and bars.

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A Portland zine primer

Thanks to grassroots groups and the city’s creative, pioneering populace, Portland is a must-visit destination for zinesters from around the world.

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Portland Queer Film Festival

October heralds the return of the Portland Queer Film Festival, an annual showcase of short and feature-length narrative and documentary films from around the world.

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Peacock in the Park

Sequins, boas and a rainbow of talent mark LGBTQ variety show Peacock in the Park's takeover of Washington Park.

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Belmont dining

Inside Belmont's many bars and restaurants, you'll find dishes, bowls, glasses and mugs filled to the brim with care and craft.

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LGBT resources

These publications, services and organizations will put you in touch with Portland's LGBT community.

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LGBT sports & recreation

Located only a few hours from the beach, the mountains and the high desert, Portland is a sports and wilderness lover’s fantasy come true.

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