Portland Child Art Studio

The Portland Child Art Studio is the second art studio of its kind. It is inspired by the Berkeley Child Art Studio, which was led by Miriam de Uriarte in Berkeley, CA during the 1970s through the 1990s. The mission of PCAS is to support the perceptual development of children through artistic learning. Our understanding of child perceptual development and the … Read more

CommonGrounds Workplace

Move beyond the long lease and the coworking coffeehouse. Welcome to a flexible, scalable, modern workplace with a vibrant culture cultivated to help your people focus, collaborate, learn, socialize and thrive. Harmonizing Your Work and Your Life Welcome to the next gen of work and place. CommonGrounds Workplaces seamlessly integrate environments, technologies, communities and work-life … Read more

Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan – Proposed Draft

Portlanders are invited to view the elements of the long-range plan to guide growth, change and improvements over the next 20 years, and provide comments to the Planning and Sustainability Commission Portland, ORE. — Portland’s current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1980. That year, Mt St Helens erupted, Jimmy Carter was president, the first MAX line … Read more

Care Essentials by Kaiser Permanente

Care Essentials’ clinics offer convenient care in your neighborhood, treating minor illnesses and injuries and providing common lab tests, vaccinations, and checkups. If you’re sick or hurt, or if you need non-emergency or preventive health services, our exceptional clinicians can treat you. With evening and weekend hours, it’s care that fits the busiest of schedules. … Read more

Room & Board

Located at the corner of 13th Avenue and Northwest Flanders Street, a hub of boutiques, breweries, restaurants, and offices. The building was constructed in 1924 for Fisk Tire and is being remodeled in a way that preserves its historic significance. This one-level showroom features 9,500 square feet of modern design inspiration set against a backdrop … Read more

Beyond Beautiful

Pearl MedSpa’s passionate commitment to self-care and community well-being. If you Happen to see Carol Robbins out and about in the Pearl District, don’t be offended if she waits for you to say hello first. As the CEO of Pearl MedSpa (1339 NW Couch St, 503-946-3888), a luxury medical spa that provides treatments ranging from B12 shots to … Read more

Blake Ellis, Broker, Windermere Realty Trust

I represent extraordinary Portland, Oregon area homes, and properties. Being a true local, I have expert knowledge of Portland Metro Area real estate. Whether you are looking for homes in suburban and close in Portland, or downtown including high-rise condominiums, I am eager to introduce you to Portland, Oregon, and the lifestyles the area offers.

Cloud Nine

Ever wonder what it’s like to escape from the frenetic pace of your day and relax for a while inside a soundproof float suite? We found the answer at Enso Float… Warm water—with 1,000 pounds of Epsom salts dissolved in it—buoyed my body, which lay weightless on the surface. I hadn’t known that my session … Read more

A Tale of Two Taverns – Pearl Tavern

After a slightly bumpy beginning, this lively neighborhood space has found its footing—and a loyal following. It seemed like a recipe for a hands-down success: combine a highly visible corner location in a burgeoning business and residential neighborhood with the expertise and energy of a sought-after bar expert opening his fourth establishment, a Michelin-star chef, … Read more

First Thursday in the Pearl

Hours: The First Thursday art galleries are open extended hours on the First Thursday evening of each month. Generally the hours are from 6 to 9pm. As individual hours may vary. Cost: The First Thursday Gallery opening receptions are open to the public. There are no entrance fees. Parking: Public transportation, like the Portland Streetcar or … Read more