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Sunday's Television Critics Association presentations begin with the Fox network chairman and CEO sharing some thoughts about such shows as "American Idol," "Bones" and "24," and a panel about the much-anticipated "Gotham," which tells the origin stories of such DC Comics villains as

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Photos from the second day of PDX Pop Now!, with the Resistance, Orquestra Pacifico Tropical, Rio Grands and more.

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Hillsboro professional theater company Bag&Baggage Productions threw its annual gala at Oakwood Gardens for the first time Saturday, July 19. Here are five things artistic director Scott Palmer thinks people should know about Bag&Baggage.

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Hillsboro professional theater company Bag&Baggage Productions threw its annual gala at Oakwood Gardens for the first time Saturday, July 19. Guests included neighbors, actors and Hillsboro Mayor Jerry Willey.

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Which of the late James Garner's roles is your favorite? Vote in our poll, or leave comments about your memories of watching Garner at work in TV and movies.

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Portland's Pittock Mansion marked its 100th anniversary this year. Over the next year, enjoy a special behind-the-ropes visual tour of this historic residence, inspecting, one at a time, each of the 23 public rooms (and maybe even some not-so-public spaces)....

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The 2014 TCA Awards honored Matthew McConaughey and "True Detective," "Breaking Bad" as Program of the Year, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and "Veep," and "Orange is the New Black,"

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Misery Ridge Trail takes you up and over the top, with a good look at Monkey Face along the way. From the parking lot, drop to cross the footbridge over the Crooked River, then climb the wall (by trail) that you've been staring at.

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Garner was found dead of natural causes at his home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles Saturday evening, police said.

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Hundreds showed up to celebrate the authentic Scottish traditions and culture with music, dancing and eye-catching heavy athletic competitions at the 62nd Annual Portland Highland Games, Saturday, July 19, 2014.

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On the 2014 Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance Winery Tour through Washington and Yamhill counties, Mike Spicer, 48, and a handful of other drivers take their cars off their trailers and travel to Abbey Road Farm in Carlton.

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"Good for you," coos someone to a Norfolk Terrier, standing in line with other winners to get its official photograph taken. Praise and primping go hand in hand at this weekend's Portland Kennel Club Dog Show at the Portland Expo Center. If you...

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In happier news, we present the world's cutest breed of sheep.

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The weekend's TV choices include the Season 2 debut of "Cedar Cove"; a History Channel airing of Errol Morris' acclaimed documentary interview with Donald Rumsfeld, "The Unknown Known"; Lisa Whelchel and Kim Fields in the Hallmark Channel's "For Better or For Worse"; and the debut of a new dyst

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At the digital kitchen table, we take a look at the week's top dining and cooking stories that you may have missed.

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Before the campaign ends, Travel Oregon is conducting a poll, with prizes, through its Facebook site (facebook.com/traveloregon) about what is the No. 1 travelers' favorite Wonder of Oregon.

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"This place is magical." The place was Horning's Hideout, a private park outside of North Plains and the site of the 13th annual Northwest String Summit, a bluegrass festival.

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RAC chills by the pool in the Portland producer's "Cheap Sunglasses" video.

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Portland native Barbara Niven has had a busy career as an actress, including her role on the Hallmark Channel series "Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove," which begins its second season Saturday, July 19. Niven also writes books, does media and video marketing training and is a motivational speaker.

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Scheduled to perform are the Sam Bush Band, the Infamous Stringdusters and the headlining Yonder Mountain String Band, among others.

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Dogs on Parade at Hillsboro's Tuesday Marketplace raises money for the Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter. The event includes a costume contest and canine quizzes.

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New movie ratings to warn us about the stuff in films that bother us

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Prost owner Dan Hart has brought in former St. Jack sous chef Graham Chaney to man the kitchen at his upcoming Stammtisch.

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Juan Pablo Galavis continues his search for TV time, er, uh, true love on the new season of "The Bachelor"; "Hostages" ends its low-profile first season; and "Castle" returns with a new episode.

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He'd been ill for about a month and died Saturday following a minor surgery.

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This last week was all about shoes - from football cleats to baby cowboy boots. Watch a video recap of these shoe stories.

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Here's a partial list of upcoming restaurants on our radar, including St. Jack N.W., Bollywood Theater S.E., and Stammtisch (i.e. Prost N.E.). For us, it's a way to keep track of what's new. For you, it's a handy gameplan to where you'll be eating in the next year.

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"I'm not sure" if Sleater-Kinney will reunite, the "Portlandia" star says, but she's hopeful.

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"Downton Abbey" draws a crowd of about 10 million viewers for its Season 4 debut; and Sasheer Zamata is the newest cast member of "Saturday Night Live."

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It's mother versus daughter as Meryl Streep squares off against Julia Roberts in the adaptation of Tracy Letts' popular play "August: Osage County."

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