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Jan 14, 2011
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Randy Gragg gives some insight into the idea that the steady influx of East-coasters has contributed to the growing interest in private-school education in Oregon.
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Dec 22, 2010
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The rush-hour creep between Vancouver and Portland ?could lead almost anyone to conclude that traffic on the I-5 bridge over the Columbia River will only get worse. Official estimates project...
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Nov 17, 2010
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The new Jean Vollum Drawing, Painting, and Photography Building at Oregon College of Art and Craft is the first significant Portland building by an architect from beyond the city since...
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Oct 7, 2010
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_Portland Monthly_ welcomes local restaurant critic Karen Brooks as the new Food Editor just in time for the annual Best Restaurants issue.
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Sep 13, 2010
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FOR MORE THAN 10 YEARS, the corner of NE MLK Jr. Boulevard and E Burnside Street, otherwise known as the "Burnside Bridgehead," has awaited a new identity. Former Mayor Vera Katz dreamed of a...
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Aug 16, 2010
Portland Monthly Editor in Chief Randy Gragg takes a look and Portland's possible new culture tax.
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Jul 14, 2010
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OF THE many self-celebrations I hear about Portland these days, one that tickled my ears recently was a comparison between Stumptown’s current cultural flowering and that of 15th-century...
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Jun 11, 2010
Editor’s Note
Editor-in-Chief, Randy Gragg, compellingly addresses Oregon's wine/beer rivalry: why is wine given so much attention, when beer is, arguably, more important, and at least equally as loved?
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May 21, 2010
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Editor-in-Chief, Randy Gragg, spooks readers with the tale of his first Oregon camping adventure.
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Apr 15, 2010
Editor’s Note
The Oregon Historical Society is the West Coast’s third-largest historical archive and has been in operation for 112 years. But without a fast-acting helping hand, OHS could face a phased shutdown....
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