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Cambrie Juarez

Senior City Editor

Cambrie is a born-and-raised Oregonian who worked at a Portland TV news station before helping launch PDXtoday in December 2021. She loves horseback riding, burying her nose in a fantasy book, traveling near and far + finding a good chai tea latte.

The award-winning stop-motion animation studio bought the rights to “Piranesi” by Susanna Clarke.
The iconic house is a textbook example of local Queen Anne architecture and a familiar landmark for commuters.
Check out these 15 yoga studios around the City of Roses offering sweat-fueled workouts, restorative meditation, and more.
MacFresco! showcases 41+ businesses in a pedestrian-friendly setting.
Interactive fountains and splash pads offer swim-free aquatic fun, while outdoor pools can help the whole family burn off extra energy while beating the heat.
Thinking about getting an electric vehicle? Get the 411 on installing a charging port at your home.
Bagged batteries can be set out with the yellow glass recycling bin.
From soul food to a painting class, check out these local Juneteenth events.
Donating blood is an effective way to give back to the community. Here’s what to know to make a donation in Portland.
The popular parlor game is sweeping the country — get the 411 on local clubs, classes, and events.
Getting a table at Langbaan or kann is no easy feat, but if you’re looking for prix fixe meals or chef tasting menus, Portland has more than a few excellent options.
Don’t let enjoying our region’s wine overwhelm you — use this as a roadmap for discovering new tasting rooms and experiences close by and farther afield.
This trail in the Columbia River Gorge takes less than two hours and offers views of two waterfalls, interesting geological structures, and PNW forest habitat.
The museum, which can also be rented for private and corporate events, is located just steps from the TriMet MAX station and across from the Oregon Zoo.
The event at Remy Wines is billed as the world’s first queer wine fest.
Public stairways connect neighborhood streets across the City of Roses, offering views and a free alternative to gym exercise.
Summer is ripe for the picking at these local farms where you can gather your own berries to eat fresh, freeze, or use in recipes.
When the sun’s out, the world is your workspace.
Incorporating native plants into the urban garden is a win-win for pollinators, the environment, and the gardener.
Dig into delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian fare in every corner of the Rose City.
From concerts to parades, Pride brings three months of festivities to Portland in 2024.
The three-part dinner series will raise support and money for the nonprofit’s efforts to improve community access to fresh food.
If you don’t have coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some.
More than 50 independent bookstores in the Portland metro area will participate in the event taking place June 10-16.
The shop is operated by the Friends of Multnomah County Library.
When the sun’s out, the world is your workspace.
Prepare for summer weather in Portland, Oregon, with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
The Trojan Nuclear Power Plant reactor was the largest such device to be decommissioned at the time.
Once a year, the century-old tomb opens to the public showcasing where some VIPs RIP.
The awards ceremony will be held in June at the Portland Art Museum.