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November 22nd, 2017

by Ned Lannamann Sundazed MusicRecord Store Day happens every April, but it’s a holiday so nice, the

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by Dan Savage This is gayer than anything I've ever done. And my gayest-thing-ever-seen-or-done bar is set pretty damn high. Watch: An anti-gay hate group opened their poorly attended #Teens4Truth conference in Texas earlier this week with th

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This Tale of the Tape continues with interim HC Cory Hall. Next up in the series of Head Coaching candidate breakdowns is our c

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Ghosts, Monstrous Faces and Strange Creatures: The Eerie Beauty of Bad Vintage Photographs

“Bad” photographs, that is pictures poorly framed, blurred by movement, or over exposed by light, are sometimes like the best illustrations to weird tales of horror and nightmare.

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Some breweries are starting to release their beer lineup schedules for the new year, so even though it’s earlier than I was posting these at the beginning of this year, I’ll start publishing them now. First up is Florida’s Cigar City Brewing, who not only shared their 2018 beer lineup …

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These aren't your typical bike routes. Oregon Scenic Bikeways are the state's best road rides, showcasing incredible, only-in-Oregon scenery — along high-desert highways, past geologic wonders, on covered bridges, next to roaring rivers, over snowy mountain passes and through charming communities. Not one Oregon Scenic

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I’m off for the Thanksgiving holiday — my favorite time of year. I’ll be hanging out with family and friends, and hope that you do the same. Here are some things to consider during the next few days: If you haven’t already, now is the time to set ground rules for your family’s holiday gift [

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"This is his gaff"

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Video games hold a great deal of potential for engaging folks on a variety of different levels. But, to be honest, that potential is often squandered. So that’s why it’s incredibly refreshing to see other uses for the medium—like effectively communicating the emotions and frustrations of others. Take Hair Nah,

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(About $14 Million!) in Six Days

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Earlier this fall we photographed this team photo as well as the individual player photos of the 2017 Oregon City Volleyball team. Here is the final product as a team poster we also designed for them.

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This little company has had a big impact on carrying kids. The post How Eugene-based Burley built the market for child bicycle trailers appeared first on

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Drew Scott is saying “I do” to his most important outfit ever.

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The band led by ex-Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward, Day of Errors, cancel tour due to his heart condition. by Dave Segal

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The actress and screenwriter has left the project along with her writing partner Will McCormack

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Less a theme than an inspiration, the Elvis Room looks like the kind of place the King might have haunted before giving up the ghost in Graceland.

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Less a theme than an inspiration, the Elvis Room looks like the kind of place the King might have haunted before giving up the ghost in Graceland.

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Critic Marc Mohan is thankful for these films playing in the Portland area this week.

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With Native Invader, Tori Amos Interweaves Politics and Mythology

by Suzette Smith

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Nelly is set to travel overseas next month to perform to an all-male audience in Saudi Arabia.

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Zendaya’s got one plan for Black Friday shopping this year — avoid participating in the madness.

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A delightful rush awaits

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When people think of birth control, they often think of the modern pill. But there are many types of contraception, and they’ve been around for a very long time.

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by Dirk VanderHart Jason Desomer Ever since screens

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Cardi B’s hit single “Bodak Yellow” is making money moves.

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Buds Without Borders Aims to Help Cannabis Farms in California

by Josh Jardine Northern California dur

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

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Beavers head to the East Coast Oregon State (2-1) hits the road for their first away game of the year. This week they’re in Durham

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Good Morning, News: Net Neutrality's Repeal, Trump Sides With Accused Child Molester, and Uber is the Worst... AGAIN

by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey

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9 things to do for November 22 by Mercury Staff Tori Amos Renowned singer/songwriter Tori Amos brings her mezzo-soprano vocal range and classically trained piano chops th

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From an old-timey freak show to Tiki both vintage and modern, here are 10 of Portland's best theme bars, ranked for your convenience.

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After the meeting, I was hanging out at the airport killing time by walking around and observing life.  I spotted two colleagues waiting for their flights.  I walked over and chatted with them.One talked about how she enjoys having a second home in Brooklyn, even as she continues to wor

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At the turn of the 20th century, the world saw the rise of a new kind of public hero: the professional strongman.

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Work off the Thanksgiving feast by getting out there and doing something fun.

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McKenzie Farms is one of the nation's largest Christmas tree businesses, exporting more than 800,000 trees every year.

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[Photo: _] By William Hathaway Then There’s Only One Choice By Wolfgang Borchert Translated from the German by William T. Hathaway You. Man at the machine in the factory. When they tell you tomorrow to stop making pots and pans and instead make helmets and machine guns, then there’s only one choice: Say NO! You.

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Earlier this year, Macy's pulled its sponsorship of Portland's Holiday Parade. But you can relive it and other Macy's parades on YouTube.

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We've got all the holiday TV goodies from Thanksgiving Day through Christmas. Happy viewing!

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Thanksgiving leftovers are almost a guarantee. Once the table is cleared and the dishes are done, you'll want creative ways to use up turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. Here are 29 recipes that go way beyond sandwiches.

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Thanksgiving leftovers are almost a guarantee. Once the table is cleared and the dishes are done, you'll want creative ways to use up turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. Here are 29 recipes that go way beyond sandwiches.

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Twelve years ago, the week before Thanksgiving, I was diagnosed with Stage IV neuroendocrine cancer and told I had the proverbial six months left at best. As my former boss, the late Idaho Governor Cecil D. Andrus, would on occasion say, “there’s nothing like a hanging in the morning to focus one’s attention.” I foc

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From an old-timey freak show to Tiki both vintage and modern, here are 10 of Portland's best theme bars, ranked for your convenience.

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“Squeeze your ass in!” by Anonymous Dear fuckhead: You live in a city. That means squeeze onto the bus, don’t block the door, and exit to the back. That sweet old woman with the walker standing in the rain can’t board because your confused

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Which is better: being harassed by a Democrat or Republican? by Courtenay Hameister As you watch the sexual harassment and assault revelations pile up, it’s difficult to parse out whom to be angry at. There appear to be indiscretions on both sides of t

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Resistance events for the week of November 22-28. by Emilly Prado THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Thanksgiving with Verde Cocina Mexican-owned eatery Verde Cocina is serving up delicious meals that also give back

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Budget cuts incoming? Winter shelter expansion! by Mercury Staff AS PORTLAND'S GOVERNMENT enjoys record tax revenues, city officials are bracing for cuts. Warning that rising costs for employee pay, pension obligations, and other factors might out

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The automatic gratuity: why and when some restaurants choose how much you tip. by Chad Walsh Welcome back to the Waiting Game, my monthly column where I try to explain why restaurants implement policies that can confuse and irritate the dining public. Up

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