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Sep 11, 2010
Of course today would have to be sunny. After a week of overcast weather, the sun sprang out just in time to enliven your weekend—and make a grave digger’s job harder. Dutes Miller and Stan...
Sep 8, 2010
Nationale Gallery Presents Carson Ellis
Between her many well-known installments of Decemberists* cover art, and her reported children’s book collaboration with frontman Colin Meloy, Carson Ellis...
Sep 7, 2010
For 350-odd days of the calendar year, the Washington High School building sits blank and boarded. All the ground-level windows are blocked by sheets of plywood, and all the exterior alcoves are...
Jul 19, 2010
In the wake of disaster, women are often the first to recuperate, to rile their families and neighbors in the face of misfortune. In this month's photo essay, discover the inspiring tales of 16...
Jun 28, 2010
Our readers—and some staffers—share pictures of their pooches.
Jun 9, 2010
One of the Pearl District’s newest eateries, Irving Street Kitchen (formerly Bay 13), was the site for "Cooking Up Care" a foodie fundraiser held May 22 for Old Town nonprofit the Macdonald...
Jun 4, 2010
First, a revelation: attending Sasquatch is like bearing a child—I’ve become convinced that some mysterious chemical is released in the brain immediately after the experience that makes you forget...
May 17, 2010
Multnomah County libraries loan us a peek into what's being checked-out these days.
May 6, 2010
Glitz and glamour were on display at the Self Enhancement Institute’s annual Here+Now party on April 17. The annual fundraising event aims to introduce Portland’s next generation of philanthropists...
Apr 21, 2010
FOR PORTLAND PHILANTHROPISTS, sit-down dinners, sleepy speeches and auctions might be getting a bit old. Bradley Angle stepped in to mix up the fundraising effort with their first annual Purple...
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