The dream of the ’90s is alive!
The dream of the ’90s is alive!
In the Pacific Northwest, people with nowhere else to go are forming micro-communities with communal kitchens and toilets but teeny, individual sleeping units. Could tiny homes, once the provenance of design blogs, help curb homelessness nationwide?
The band stopped by BuzzFeed to play some music and teach us a thing or two about themselves.
Uber and Lyft are fighting for the ability to operate in cities across the country. Here are some of the regulatory battles, the resulting citations, and in some cases, law suits the companies are embroiled in.
The cuddle business appears to be booming.
Herbert Grey argues that if LGBT people can enjoy legal defenses against discrimination, so too should Christians who face retaliation for expressing their views.
Last week, Maynard released a video explaining that she no longer wished to end her life on a set date, but would wait until it “seemed like the right time.”
With Movember looming, it’s time to get hairy. Photographer Greg Anderson captures the best of the best at the 2014 World Beard and Moustache Competition in Portland, Oregon.
Almost 300 people entered the World Beard and Moustache Championships.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
“My sex cannot be packaged. My sex is magic.”
“Your mom would be so disappointed!” she wrote on her homemade sign.
Yes, Macklemore is from the Northwest. But check out these talented artists from Portland, where the hip-hop scene is making noise after cops shut down a number of local shows.
Portland, Ore., is known as a haven for progressive culture. So why does it seem like police consider rappers and their fans a threat to the city’s specific brand of weird?
“You could land a f*cking jumbo jet in there!”
Do you bleed moss green?
Keep Portland weird. Okay, slow down. Not that weird.
Fire crews were surprised when they arrived to find the governor, a former doctor, working tirelessly at the scene.
Portland water officials say they were forced to discard the water after a security camera caught the 19-year-old urinating in the reservoir.
The dream of the 1890s is alive in Portland.
We talk to comic artist Sam Alden about letting go of a huge, ambitious 200-page graphic novel that took him four years, working on Adventure Time, and the strange day jobs artists take.
No one woman should have all that power.
Internet, Madame George. Madame George, Internet.
Plus who you need to know for Fashion Week, 10 Russian novels you should really read, and the girl who replaced her family’s pictures with Kanye looking angry.
After a coach at Oregon’s Corbett Middle School refused to change the location of a party at Hooters, he lost his job. “It’s unfortunate because he did a good job as a coach,” the school’s athletic director told BuzzFeed. “It didn’t need to happen if he just changed the party’s location.”
The arrest of Jim Bisenius, founder of $3 billion hedge fund Common Sense Investment Management, rocked Portland’s close-knit finance community.
Surely the best thing about traveling the world is finding all the best record shops, right?
Turns out it’s just like the show.
Firefighters successfully freed her around 7:30 a.m. PT. Talk about a rough morning. (via nwcn.com)
At 12 a.m. on Saturday, December 29th same-sex marriage became legal in the state.