Is Din Tai Fung coming to Portland? Here’s what we know so far

Taiwan-based dumpling destination Din Tai Fung registered a business name with the state of Oregon. ( Din Tai Fung, the international chain of dumpling restaurants once recognized by the New York Times among the top ten restaurants in the world, appears to be planning its first Oregon location. That’s according to a business license first spotted by Eater PDX for a "Din Tai Fung (Washington Square) Restaurant, LLC," registered with…

University of Portland student says his controversial monologue ‘grossly inappropriate’

A 2014 photo shows then Lincoln High School tennis player Goutham Sundaram during his finals match at the 2014 OSAA 6A Boys Tennis State Championships at the Tualatin Hills Tennis Center.( A University of Portland tennis player kicked off the team after a monologue at the school’s annual sports awards banquet in which he detailed his sexual pursuits and made other misogynist remarks says he now realizes it "was grossly…

Portland co-working company heads far out of the city center – Portland Business Journal

Back in 2014, or even a little earlier, real estate broker Alex Hughes and developer Jeff Arthur were seeing an uptick in demand from small businesses looking to expand in Portland and out-of-towners who wanted to test the Rose City waters without making a huge real estate commitment. In short, there was a need for more flexible office space in Portland: space for freelancers to punch in, space for startups…

Mayor: Efforts to aid Portland’s black neighborhoods an ‘abject failure’

The Portlandia statue, pictured from her perch on the Portland Building on October 8, 2015. ( The city of Portland’s strategy to help black residents stay in or move back to their gentrifying neighborhoods falls far short of expectations, a new report says. Despite millions of dollars of taxpayer investments, few families have been able to benefit from city subsidies developed expressly to aid homeowners with generational ties to north…