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After seven seasons, the Emmy-winning weekday cooking show "The Chew," has been canceled by ABC, and will be replaced by a third hour of "Good Morning America."

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About 25,000 members of the Culinary Union who work at 34 different casino-resorts across the tourist destination cast ballots in two sessions Tuesday.

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Every Wednesday at Mississippi Pizza Pub, three Portland comics, Marcus Coleman, Adam Pasi and Shain Brenden, host one of the city's best comedy shows.

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Portland has failed to track spending of millions of dollars from city taxpayers for a regional arts agency, city auditors said Tuesday. The city should improve its oversight, they said.

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Peterson believes in the idea of "enforced monogamy," which he says would be "socially enforced" and would decrease violence against women.

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James Pogue will read from "Chosen Country" on May 29 at Powell's City of Books.

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The Tonya Harding comeback tour chugged along to Monday's "Dancing With the Stars: Athletes," as Harding and partner Sasha Farber made the finals.

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Miss Nebraska has been named Miss USA.

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The truck took a winter hiatus, but now it's back at its original location.

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The tale of two Portland literary giants turned puppy heroes.

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A group of 25 ukulele learners, led by professional musicians Tish McFadden and Jeff Kloetzel, hiked Lower Table Rock, overlooking the Rogue River, on Sunday, May 20, and held a jam session on the summit. The free, guided educational hike was organized by the Nature Conservancy and Medford District Bureau of Land Management

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Montana writer Maxim Loskutoff will read from "Come West and See" on May 30 at Powell's City of Books.

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After the Rose Festival was canceled due to World War I in 1918, a small group of kids staged their own parade: the first ever Rose Festival Junior Parade.

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Taylor Swift, who is currently on a sold-out tour, won awards for top female artist and for top selling album for "reputation."

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Check out the celebrity fashions from the red carpet of the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night.

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TV highlights this week include the season finales of "Roseanne" and "Dancing With the Stars: Athletes"; the Netflix special, "Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest of Your Life"; and the Amazon series, "Picnic at Hanging Rock."

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The adult film star at the center of a scandal involving President Trump capped off her three-date tour in Oregon Saturday night.

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Portland author Julia Stoops' debut novel, "Parts Per Million," published by Portland's Forest Grove Press, was a finalist for the PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction.

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The crowd in the infield and grandstand at Pimlico is far smaller than usual.

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Like every good royal wedding, it was all about the hats.

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The couple wed at St. George's Chapel in front of hundreds of celebrity guests and millions of viewers around the world.

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The TV networks have generally decided on their 2018-2019 schedules, which means dozens of shows won't be back. Here are some canceled series we're sorry to see go, and others we don't mind saying goodbye to.

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The Euro-inspired menu features good charcuterie, cheese and tinned fish hand-selected by specialty foods expert Brenda Crow.

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A drunk patron at Stars Cabaret in Bend threw his wallet at alleged presidential mistress Stormy Daniels in the middle of her much-anticipated strip show Thursday night, cutting short her performance.

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TV is providing hours of coverage of the royal wedding, but you can also watch a live stream of the day's events on the royal family's official YouTube channel.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day is Saturday, May 19, but if you want to watch the royal wedding live on TV in the United States, you need to stay up late or get up early.

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What's new for home viewing on video on demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services.

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Here are our picks for theater, classical music and dance performances and visual arts events for May 18-24.

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Plus, a major update on the chef's condition.

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Everything old is new again in TV, and that includes the culture wars, which are again being fought over how such issues as sexual harassment, political beliefs, race and violence factor into TV shows.

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