Although not expected to be as bone-chillingly brutal as what we experienced early this month, there's another cold front due to wrap much of the country in a frigid embrace. A perfect opportunity for crafting and Cat Bingo if there ever was one!
As buzz grows around the Lloyd District's Hassalo on Eighth development and its record number of long-term bike parking spots, the City of Roses becomes an even better place to get around on two wheels.
A pair of preservation-minded architects are giving away a historic 1926 bungalow sold as a mail order kit home by Sears. But there's one catch: the new 'buyer' must cover the costs of relocating it to another site.
Realizing that not all gardeners have the time or carpentry skills to construct a conventional raised garden bed, a Portland-based startup releases a modular garden bed system made from recycled plastic that's literally a snap to assemble.
The opening of recreational marijuana emporiums in the Centennial State has led to a not-so-mellow relationship between some landlords and tenants who are looking to puff pot in the privacy of their rental apartments.
If you're going to spend several weeks filming people who live in tiny spaces as you travel across the Pacific Northwest, you should probably try living in a tiny space yourself, right? Kirsten Dirksen and her family give it a go in her film 'Summer of (Family) Love.'
Sustainability and community-based giving play a sizable role at this year's trade show-on-steroids with both the CEA and exhibitor Bosch donating materials and funds to Habitat for Humanity green building efforts.
Because 'the world needs beautiful energy efficient light bulbs just like it needs Tesla’s gorgeous electric cars,' the team behind the iconic Plumen 001 plans to launch a warmer, more 'mellow' sibling bulb.