National Hispanic Heritage Month occurs September 15-October 15, and honors the cultures, contributions, and traditions of people from Central and South American countries. In Portland, Hispanic and Latinx influences can be … Keep Reading ››
The Stadium District is home to the Timbers and Thorns professional MLS teams and Providence Park stadium (1844 SW Morrison St) which was originally built in 1926 for college football, cricket matches and greyhound racing. Located on the MAX Red Line, the district is the gateway to Portland's famous Washington Park.
Did You Know?
- Hotel deLuxe (729 SW 15th Ave) began as the Hotel Mallory in 1912 and is known for its Art Deco décor, legendary cocktails in its Driftwood Room and locally sourced Pacific Northwest dishes at Gracie's Restaurant.
- Founded in 1982, Artists Repertory Theatre (1515 SW Morrison St) is the longest-running professional theatre company in Portland.
- SCRAP PDX (1736 SW Alder St) is a donation-based creative reuse store that provides a range of educational opportunities and diverted 140 tons of usable materials from landfills in 2013.
- Multnomah Athletic Club (1849 SW Salmon St) was founded in 1891 and today serves 22,000 members.