NOT LONG AFTER Zari Santner arrived at her job as a planner for Portland Parks & Recreation 30 years ago, her boss sent her to deal with an untamed cluster of cottonwood trees on the east bank of the Willamette River.
As Santner sidled...
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Kurt Huffman has his hands in more eateries than Zagat.
Let's blame it all on _The Food Network_.
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Good things come in small packages—especially when it comes to local baked goods.
Amateur football in these parts sports a different kind of celebrity.
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We'd break out the good china for these local dignitaries—except Sheela.
Vanessa Vaselka creates a dystopian version of Portland, that's not really Portland.
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A PNCA student is making money the old-fashioned way.
Students enrolled at the Independent Publishing Resource Center discover a write of passage.
If you can eat it, wear it, read it, or live in it, we've got the local angle covered.
This summer's swimwear goes retro.