After tackling racial profiling and police violence, Portland’s Red Door Project takes on a new challenge with Cop Out, a series of monologues from the perspectives of police officers. My story is in the January 2019 issue of Portland Monthly.
Michael James Schneider took a social-media joke and turned it into an IRL wedding. I covered the project in the December issue of Portland Monthly.
On his debut LP, Chanticleer Trü blends electro-soul, boogie-funk, and house, anchoring it all with his classically trained voice. Read more in the August issue of Portland Monthly.
Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace chases a real-life Portland mystery. I covered the film for the July issue of Portland Monthly.
Before Roe v. Wade, a group called Jane served Chicago women. Arcana, now a writer living in Portland, was part of that clandestine network. I profiled her as part of Portland Monthly's annual Oregon Woman feature (which I also edited).
From glitter to googly eyes, Portland duo (and Instagram sensations) the Gay Beards turn facial hair into a work of art. Read on.
I edited Portland Monthly's January cover package, a guide to exercise and wellness, from new workouts to an old-school boxing gym to sanctioned nudity.
Backed by advertising giant Wieden & Kennedy, On She Goes already has a lot going on. I wrote a feature about the new site for Portland Monthly's November issue.
In Psychic Utopia, innovative Portland theater company Hand2Mouth creates a "mind experiment" for 2017. The show is partly inspired by the Rajneeshees, the short-lived alternative society in Central Oregon. I wrote a preview for the November issue of Portland Monthly.
The roots-rock band made a surreal stage musical, set in a dystopian version of Portland. I covered the development of the show, from inception to opening night, for American Theatre magazine. Read on.