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May 24th, 2017

Technology has made it easier than every in finding your way around a new city. In my recent trip to Chicago Google Maps and Yelp were my digital tour guide. Exploring a city can be an adventure if you don’t do your research or have the right tools. Enter Detour, an audio tour app for […]

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Paul Paray (1886-1979) Joan Hammond (1912-1986) Hans‑Martin Linde (1930) Maurice André (1933-2012) Harold Budd (1936) Bob Dylan (1941) Konrad Boehmer (1941-2014) Fiona Kimm (1952) Paul McCreesh (1960) and William Trevor (1928) Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996) Declan Kiberd (1951) Michael Chabon (1963) and from the New Music

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Can you keep your cool under pressure? Escape Room The Game from Spin Master brings the thrill and mystery of an escape room to your home. Work together to solve puzzles and find hidden clues to escape before time runs out! The Chrono Decoder counts down from 60 minutes and creates a real escape room […]

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May 23rd, 2017

Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom readies the release of its latest year-round beer offering with its Hop Lion IPA. The official release party will take place on Wednesday, May 24th in Portland from 5:00-8:00pm at Bunk Bar that’s located at 1028 SE Water Avenue. “We’ve been experimenting with various hop varie

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Quark recently released QuarkXPress 2017. We know that many of Extensis customers rely upon QuarkXPress for your publishing needs. The following is the Extensis support plan for QuarkXPress 2017.   Suitcase Fusion We are currently putting the finishing touches on XTension …

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Time for another Tuesday Tastings! Tonight I’m reviewing three beers from Pyramid Brewing that were sent to me this year (though I must confess, I am late in posting notes about). First, let’s get some things out of the way about Pyramid. Founded in 1984, in the early years they were one …

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55 Cool Portrait Photos of Teenage Boys from between the 1860s to 1890s

From clothes to hats, and even their hairstyles, all made these teenage boys looked pretty cool in the second half of the 19th century.

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Thrillist's "National Burger Critic" thinks so.

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Thrillist's "National Burger Critic" thinks so.

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Woman in a raining day, Washington, D.C., ca. 1950s

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From Redmond Proficiency Academy, Redmond Proficiency Academy student to perform with “MetroArts” Young Artists, Sophomore John Fawcett to play violin in showcase

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PORTLAND, Ore. (May 23)- From Fort George to Worthy and on to Gigantic, the Cosmic Collaboration Series from Ecliptic Brewing has most recently been Oregon brewery focused.  This time around however, Ecliptic looked out west for their next collaboration partner.  Melvin Brewing from Alpine, WY traveled to Portland to cre

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Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an 8-0 decision in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC that should put an end to “patent trolls” filing lawsuits in “friendly” venues of their choosing. Patent trolls are individuals and...

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While I’ve never had the chance to visit, I’ve heard a great deal about Medellin, Colombia. And how they have an incredible startup scene. And tons of government support. That’s why it’s no surprise that they’ve been called the Most Innovative City in the World. And now, representatives of that

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With its humble beginnings back in 2002, the owners of Astoria’s Baked Alaska Restaurant established the Pacific Northwest Brew Cup. Today, the event is organized and presented by the Astoria Downtown Historic District Association, with proceeds benefiting local downtown revitalization efforts. The 16th Annual Pacific N

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Tracking Trump's "Tortured Syntax"

by Doug Brown Words from the most powerful person

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One of Portland’s most beloved cideries is expanding its reach to New York. Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider has just signed with New York based distributor S.K.I. Beer to distribute its cider in the Empire State. Here are the complete details from today’s press release… “New York has such a vibrant craft beer scene dati

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A black guy had to have a penis transplant - but the donor was white. The transplant was successful, but a white wiener seems to be a problem, so they're going to tattoo it to match. People are so racist...

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RIP Roger Moore. He's pretty campy.

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The comedian told The AV Club he once wrote Cleary a letter. Did she ever get it?

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And it all started with a disagreement over backing dancers.

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And it all started with a disagreement over backing dancers.

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The series returns with seven new episodes this summer

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The series returns with seven new episodes this summer

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New data released by the streaming service has revealed more about users' viewing habits

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New data released by the streaming service has revealed more about users' viewing habits

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Media Monarchy plays a special Orb set on #PumpUpThaVolume for May 23, 2017. ♬

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The change comes a year after Le Pigeon removed gratuity from their menus.

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The change comes a year after Le Pigeon removed gratuity from their menus.

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Savage Love Letter of the Day: The Italian Job

by Dan Savage Hi, Dan, 26-year-old woman from Australia here. I am flying to Italy on Saturday for a three week visit with my 29-

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from Instagram Filed under: Instagram, Photography Tagged: instagram, photography, Photos

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On $100 million of your tax dollars. The U.S. arm of the financially insolvent SolarWorld AG sent certified letters over the weekend warning all 800 employees in Hillsboro that there could be a mass layoff or plant closure within 60...

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The Bachelorette Recap: Now with Diversity

by Jagger Blaec DIVERRRRRRSIIIIIIITY! Courtesy ABC Wel

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Here are FY 2018 funding levels for several key federal R&D agencies, according to the American Chemical Society:$9.4 million for the Chemical Safety

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Sean Hannity has been pushing a conspiracy theory that has completely fallen apart

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by Dirk VanderHart The Bull Ru

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Balls, the orange tabby tux, who seemed ultra feral when handed over, in a live trap, by the Mountain Shadows trailer park resident who trapped him, turned out to be very sweet. I realized he was just scared.   And VERY VERY hungry.  He ate pretty much everything I put in the trap, and would politely ask for more.  He b

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The Camp Option for Memorial Weekend

by MJ Skegg Thursday is National Wine Day (I had no idea either until a message from a helpful PR appeared in my inbox). I think the concept is to get people to drink more wine, if any encouragement was needed. Uncannily, Wine Day neatly flops into Memorial Weekend, which is w

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Melania is with the president on his first international trip, but that doesn't mean she wants to hold hands

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Oregon Beer News for Tuesday, May 23, 2017. News in beer and brewing from all around Oregon, including events, tastings, festivals, and more. If you have news to share, let me know! The post Oregon Beer News, 05/23/2017 appeared fir

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British actor Roger Moore, best known for his role as James Bond in films such as Live and Let Die and The Spy Who Loved Me, passed away today in Switzerland after a brief battle with cancer. He was 89.“With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed

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The Summer 2017 Lego Robotics coach workshop schedule has been finalized. These workshops are for adult coaches and mentors of FIRST Lego League (FLL) Robotics teams. They help you understand the various aspects of running a team, as well as get your hands on a new EV3 robot. We provide the robots and computers so you

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The campsites were auctioned off in a fundraiser for the Oregon State Parks Foundation, and were the last of the state park sites available for the 2017 eclipse.

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Tuesday Group ex-leader Tom MacArthur says some group members "a different sense of governing than I do."

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Legendary actor Roger Moore passed away at the age of 89 on May 23.

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Not this one, obviously; it appears to have rotted: Salman Abedi has been identified as the perpetrator of the Manchester concert suicide bombing, which killed 22 and injured at least 100 - mostly kids. His parents were Libyan refugees who...

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Years ago, I was new to Bakersfield when I got a call from a stranger, who was responding to my commentary in the local newspaper.  We briefly spoke, and a few days later it was dinner at his place.He was an Indian-American professor at the local university.  He and his wife of a long marriage had awes

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The big cycling event will bypass three bridges in Portland, after police limited the number of officers available to work it.

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Congress is not happy with Trump's first complete budget proposal

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Well, Ive been enjoying running around to so many thesis group shows (I prefer no to see the solos because Im more interested in the work they make after art school). Though expectedly a bit wobbly on their new legs its nice to see some real resolve and sometimes outright anger in the work this year. The times demand it.

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