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March 20th, 2019

Hoodline has ranked America’s 50 favorite bookstores.  Topping the list is Oregon’s Powell’s City of Books (my favorite all-time book shop), located at 1005 W. Burnside St. in Portland. With an impressive five stars out of a whopping 3,831 reviews on Yelp, Powell’s is the largest new and used bookstore

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Beniamino Gigli (1890-1957) Lauritz Melchoir (1890-1973) Sviatoslav Richter (1915-1997) Dame Vera Lynn (1917) Bernd Alois Zimmermann (1918-1970) Marian McPartland (1918-2013) Henry Mollicone (1946) and Ovid (43 BC - AD 17) Ned Buntline (1823-1886) Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) and from the Composers Datebook: On this day in

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March 19th, 2019

North Carolina artist Joseph Bounds creates stunning, one-of-a-kind portraits and figure paintings by blending elements of Cubism, Neoclassicism, and Minimalism. In fact, you might be surprised to learn that his paintings ARE paintings, at first glance. The smooth application of paint (with very few visible brushstrokes) an

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Accelerators are nothing new. They’ve become a quintessential part of many startup ecosystems. But more often than not, they’re rather one note. Because the vast majority of those accelerators are only accelerating one thing: tech. But there’s more to startups than just tech. Especially around here. That&#

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Jason has a new corn dog obsession after eating the best corn dog in the world at Disneyland. How will this small turkey dog from Trader Joe's stack up?

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More bad news for ODOT. The post Pressure builds on ODOT as new concerns surface around I-5 Rose Quarter project appeared first on

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I made a mental note of an article in The Atlantic (I think it was The Atlantic), one I didn’t read but could gauge the headline’s premise with the supposition that the details don’t matter — calling College Athletics a welfare program supporting the upper income classes.  Think about it: we know

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Beto O’Rourke, then and now. Remembering Hillary Clinton, 2007.  To this day it’s a cudgeon the conspiratorial wing wanting to de-emphasize the conspiracy mongering of Trump use. John Oliver hates Jay Leno’s old Monica Lewinsky jokes. Chuck Schumer supports Wall Street That drag queen reader turns out to

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The Portland Diamond Project’s Craig Cheek recently spoke about the prospects of Major League Baseball arriving in the Rose City. The post Group still swinging for the fences appeared first on

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TweetToday, Tuesday, March 19th, Steve Jones and Adam Lindsley release their new book, Cheese Beer Wine Cider: A Field Guide to 75 Perfect Pairings published by Countryman Press. This 224-page book dives into 75 intriguing cheese pairings that includes 25 with beer, 25 with cider and 25 with wine. Cheese Beer Wine Cider is

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Woman Shocked to Discover She Was Seeing a Pedophile (Spoiler: She Wasn't Seeing a Pedophile)

Savage Love Letter of the Day by Dan Savage

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by Ned Lannamann Portland MercuryAfter closing in January 2018 and several months of controversy and spec

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Vibrant!, a 12-story mixed-use tower on a quarter-block at the northwest corner of Northwest 14th Avenue and Raleigh Street in the Pearl District, opened last week. The post Pearl District affordable housing is

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by Anonymous Thanks to the internet and the wonderful world of social media, no greater hater has climbed to the top of the swamp that is humanity than the grammar nazi. Apparently your (fellow internet user) comment, rant, argument or whatever it is you are posting should ha

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Here’s a blast from the past from OPB (Oregon Public Broadcasting), a 12 year old episode of “Oregon Experience“: How Oregon Beer Became A Thing – Feb. 13, 2019 (originally 2007) – 29:00 Here’s one from our archives. Today Oregon is one of the world’s great places for beer, but &

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Nationwide, construction employment continues to rise, with 338,000 jobs gained in the past year. In Oregon, nearly 110,000 workers were employed in the construction industry. However, an aspect of booming construction employment that doesn’t get much attention is women in the trades. Women in Construction Week was cel

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For years, one of the primary means of tax deferral on real estate projects was the 1031 exchange. In 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed the landscape of financing and investment options for projects by restricting the scope of 1031 exchanges and creating tax- deferral benefits for qualifying investments in opportun

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Opportunity zones may have been the most-discussed federal tax change for developers and property owners in the past two years, but changes to various deductions and treatments of pass-through entities also have caught interest. The post

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Building permits issued for March 11-17 A $1,869,473 addition permit was issued on deferred submittal for storefront and curtainwall systems on Providence Park at 1844 S.W. Morrison St. The applicants are Vivian Calvin and Huey Na of Turner Construction Co., and the owner is the city of Portland. A $4,477,038 addition pe

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March 11-17, 2019 A pre-application conference is sought and a design advice request is pending for a proposed seven-story market-rate apartment building at 1120 S.E. Morrison St., a full-block property currently occupied by a 113-year-old warehouse building and a surface parking lot. The building would contain approxima

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from Instagram

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Okay, then: ATLANTA — A two-line proposed bill would require men to report "certain events" of a sexual nature to law enforcement. HB 604 would amend Chapter 1 of Title 35 of the Official Code of Georgia so that "any...

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Hood plays off the bench and sometimes off the radar, but he matters.

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Trail Blazers forward Maurice Harkless showed off some unorthodox dexterity against the Pacers.

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Russell Courtier Found Guilty For Racially-Motivated Murder of Larnell Bruce

by Alex Zielinski LEVI HASTINGSRussell Courtier has been found guilty in the racially-motivated murder

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Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts has gone from idolizing Lakers legend Jerry West, to being good friends. “Never meet your h

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by Anonymous Most cops are good cops. In Portland, we don't have the best, but we don't have the worst. But most cops are good cops. But is that good enough? I mean, is this the standard we are holding them to, that MOST are good? Would we want to fly with an airline that says

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'Traffic violence' comes of age. The post At hearing on speed limit bills, lawmaker bristles at mention of ‘traffic violence’ appeared first on

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The story behind the ubiquitous ads. by Rich Smith You've

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by Alex Zielinski Little Big Union Last weekend, workers at local fast food chain Little Big Burger o

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I write this a few days after fifty worshipers in two New Zealand mosques were murdered with an assault rifle. In the same week, America's Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that the parents of twenty murdered six-year-olds could sue Remington Arms, not for manufacturing the Bushmaster assault rife that killed them, but for us

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Cannabis Delivery Service Eaze Is Now Operating in Portland

by Josh Jardine One of the greatest things you can do for your fellow human is a simple but underrated act: fulfilling a shopping list for them, and b

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  Adam’s Proposal at Multnomah Falls: She Said ‘Yes’! Adam proposed to Stacey at Multnomah Falls this winter, and she said “YES!” We asked them to tell us a bit about how they got together and details about the proposal.  Stacey: We met in high school. I think he had a crush o

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A parting of company took place, and it had to take place.

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A parting of company took place, and it had to take place.

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Lillard reflects on his time in Portland with Shaun Powell of NBA.com. The

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A parting of company took place, and it had to take place.

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A parting of company took place, and it had to take place.

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A parting of company took place, and it had to take place.

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Shout out to all the fair-weather family bikers! Rumor has it the gorgeous weather won’t last, but it’s lovely out right now and my kids’ bikes have lots of new company at the school bike racks. Our Family Biking column is sponsored by Clever Cycles. ➤ Read past entries here. Have you ever excitedly g

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It's looking mighty impressive...

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It's looking mighty impressive...

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It's looking mighty impressive...

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It's looking mighty impressive...

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