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Over "Hunger's" 88 short chapters, Roxane Gay explores the loneliness and pain of her body's constraints. She'll discuss the book Friday, June 30, at Powell's City of Books.

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Photographs from the community taken in the 1940s can be submitted at six scanning sessions planned in July for a new history book from The Oregonian/OregonLive.

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Last year, The Oregonian/OregonLive published a hardcover picture book called Portland Memories featuring community submissions dating back to the 1800s. A second volume will highlight community photographs from the 1940s. And there's six upcoming community events planned to share your photos.

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The 54th annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts takes place Friday-Sunday, June 23-25.

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Taylor Railworks, the new American restaurant from former Little Bird chef Erik Van Kley and partner Gabriela Ramos, will close, the restaurant announced Wednesday.

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Few other American cities have embraced the Japanese rice wine more than Portland.

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By next summer, both chains are planning to open locations in Bend's Robal Road Village along Highway 97.

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Summer is officially here, and Portland has the events to prove it.

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The top 10 places for BBQ in the Portland area.

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