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Every Arts Organization Has a Deficit

Michael Kaiser | Posted 01.28.2012 | Arts
Michael Kaiser

In the challenging economic times we live in, it is especially important to protect our organizations by insisting on earning surpluses and conserving cash.

Tyler Kingkade

Cities Spend Money To Evict Protesters But Not To Help Homeless | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 11.27.2011 | Politics

As cities around the country have swept Occupy Wall Street camps from their plazas and parks in recent weeks, a number of mayors and city officials ha...

San Francisco Is Getting A Taste Of 'Portlandia'

Aaron Sankin | Posted 11.22.2011 | San Francisco

San Francisco hearts Portland. Our crunchy neighbor to the north has all the hallmarks of what San Franciscans love: a thriving independent music s...

Occupy's Tactics

Norm Stamper | Posted 01.21.2012 | Politics
Norm Stamper

Shutting down a critical bridge or snarling highway traffic during rush hour may be a grand, empowering experience. But it ticks off thousands who would otherwise, in their own enlightened self-interest, sign on to the cause.

How 'Occupy Portland' Made History This Week

Jim Sleeper | Posted 01.14.2012 | Politics
Jim Sleeper

Good leaders and clear agendas must, indeed, emerge, but the best things that Portlanders did on Saturday night were that a) they found the courage to turn out in great numbers and b) they refused to be baited.

The Voices in Portland

Attiyya Anthony | Posted 01.08.2012 | Home
Attiyya Anthony

Portland, Maine is a popular seafood cove. It's known for it's fantastic lobster, scallops and other sea delicacies, but the seafood isn't the only at...

PHOTOS: Ruth Reichl's Favorite US Cities For Dining | Posted 01.01.2012 | Travel

We tapped Gilt Taste advisor Ruth Reichl for her favorite US eating cities, and her restaurant suggestions -- both high and low -- in each.

Many Cities Leaving Occupy Protesters Alone

AP/The Huffington Post | By ERIKA NIEDOWSKI and MEGHAN BARR | Posted 12.28.2011 | Business

By ERIKA NIEDOWSKI and MEGHAN BARR, The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) -- While more U.S. cities are resorting to force to break up the Wall Street...

WATCH: Maria Bamford Is Book Vlogger

Posted 12.14.2011 | Comedy

If you've ever picked up a Bible and thought, "Uh, why don't you edit? Galatians, you don't even need that," you may have a lot in common with Maria B...

Portland's Alleged 'Moss Man' Fails To Show Up For Trial

AP | Posted 12.12.2011 | Weird News

HILLSBORO, Ore. (Associated Press) -- Authorities say an Oregon burglary suspect dubbed "Moss Man" failed to show up at his trial, and a warrant has b...

Live from OccupyPortland!

Adam Klugman | Posted 12.07.2011 | Politics
Adam Klugman

We all shared something we couldn't quite articulate - the sense that no matter what happened, no matter how many people showed up, that being there together, in this moment, mattered.

Boulder Rolls Out the GREEN Carpet

Alexia Parks | Posted 11.22.2011 | Denver
Alexia Parks

Fashion industry and GQ take note. Boulder flaunted its green lifestyle last weekend with a GREEN Carpet Fashion Show.

It's Madness: the Incarceration of Disabled Homeless People in the US

Paul Boden | Posted 11.07.2011 | Politics
Paul Boden

The criminal justice system has displaced the mental health system as the main institution for dealing with poor people with psychiatric disabilities in the United States.

Portland Schools Superintendent, Officials Accused Of Violating Election Laws (VIDEO)

Posted 10.30.2011 | Education

Eight Portland, Oreg. school officials, including the Portland Public Schools Superintendent Carole Smith, have been accused of breaking state electio...

Phallic Clams, Social Media Cooking And How To Make Your Own Salt

Daniel Klein | Posted 10.30.2011 | Home
Daniel Klein

There was so much seaside goodness along the West Coast that we had to combine several ocean episodes into one video. Watch as we forage for greens wi...

A Very Different Kind Of Child Labor

Daniel Klein | Posted 10.24.2011 | Home
Daniel Klein

I really wanted to make an episode called "Portlandia", but it just didn't happen. Although we had plenty of those moments -- for instance, we got fr...

Ice Cream for a Cooler Planet

Avital Andrews | Posted 09.25.2011 | Home
Avital Andrews

We asked dessert experts to recommend their favorite eco-friendly ice cream, so you can cool your palate and the planet at the same time.

David Lohr

Teenage Murder Suspect Leads Police To Remains Of Girl Missing Four Months | David Lohr | Posted 09.18.2011 | Crime

Police in Oregon say a murder suspect led them to the remains of a teenage girl, whose body was positively identified through DNA testing by the state...

Why Biking Is More Patriotic Than Flag Waving

Jay Walljasper | Posted 09.16.2011 | Green
Jay Walljasper

So how do we get more Americans to bike? The biggest obstacle right now is that people see bicyclists as an exotic species -- macho, ultra-fit, almost entirely young, white and male, clad in Lycra or spandex, who ride like madmen all over city streets.

Curtis M. Wong

HuffPost Greatest Person Of The Day: Sandi Amorello Launches Women's Empowerment Web Forum | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 09.11.2011 | Impact

According to Sandi Amorello, it all started -- oddly enough -- with some Rice Krispies treats. In 1971, a pre-adolescent Amorello was hard at work ...

Portland Man Urinates In Reservoir, Costs City $33K To Drain

Posted 11.15.2011 | Weird News


Paraplegic Man Stands After Breakthrough Treatment (VIDEO)

Posted 07.22.2011 | Healthy Living


Framing the Question of Place in Portland

Charles R. Wolfe | Posted 07.16.2011 | Green
Charles R. Wolfe

2011-05-16-Portland.jpgPortland has captured the imagination of a new generation of city-oriented populists.

Holcombe Waller Goes "Into the Dark Unknown"

Salvatore Bono | Posted 07.01.2011 | New York
Salvatore Bono

When you love what you do and have such a passion for it, you never work a day in your life. For folk artist, Holcombe Waller, performing and making m...

Suburbia's Disastrously High Unemployment Rate

The New Republic | Emily Garr | Posted 06.05.2011 | Business

In the three years since the recession began the number of unemployed in the nation increased by 90 percent, or 6.6 million people. As our latest geog...