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Check out the landmarks that inspired the characters and places in “The Simpsons,” created by Portland’s own Matt Groening.
Travelers at Portland International Airport can visit Hollywood Theatre in Concourse C to watch short films by Northwest filmmakers.
POWFest showcases films by female directors, along with filmmaker workshops and moderated panels, every March in Portland.
Portland Parks & Recreation’s Summer Free For All program offers over 400 free events from June to August, including free movie screenings, concerts and rock climbing.
Whether you’re hitting the links, shopping designer consignment or sipping drinks on a shore-side patio, you’ll enjoy the tranquility Lake Oswego affords.
Discover a lesser-known side of Portland in St. Johns, home to one of Bridgetown’s most gorgeous spans and most beloved parks.
Readers worldwide have fallen for "Wild" by Portlander Cheryl Strayed. Create your own wild adventure and prep for the film premiere with these Portland-area activities.
From the world's oldest (fake) museum to the only gallery focused on vintage vacuum cleaners, these attractions keep Portland weird.
Portland comes by its eclectic reputation honestly. From quirky to downright bizarre, here are some of our favorite "Keep Portland Weird" events.
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.