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April 23rd, 2014

I really need to blog more so I thought I’d write about my continuing adventures with my Dodge Viper. About 18 months ago, my passenger-side window regulator failed. The window regulator is the part that makes the window go up and down and mine was making lots of clunking noises as it moved. It’s notorious [R

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April 20th, 2014

Michael and Dana breakfasting. with Dana, Ardee, and Alexandr & Michael at Shari’s Restaurant & Pies – View on Path.

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Big sister: I think you’re right. You just need to be selective about who you talk to about the idea so the naysayers don’t drain so much energy from you and cause doubt. You have a worthy idea. You can’t afford to lose confidence at this point because people aren’t getting it. Me: I guess […]

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April 19th, 2014

Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Nickel arcade air hockey afternoon :) on Flickr.

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Zandr showing what a shark he is. Air hockey FTW!! with Ardee and Alexandr & Michael at Wunderland – View on Path.

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Mikey throwing down some sick air hockey chops. with Ardee and Alexandr & Michael at Wunderland – View on Path.

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Delia finished her first needlepoint recently. She was happy doing cross stitch but when she saw me try needlepoint, she was eager to start. She chose this pattern from a book and picked out her own colors, and off she...

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Recently, I was at the chiropractor telling the masseuse about my experience getting an MRI."I freaked out. We tried three times and I just couldn't handle it.""Why?""I don't like anything touching my face. I didn't realize it until I had an MRI, but I guess I'm really, really

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April 18th, 2014

Not allowing cars to cross it is not only insane, but it's a symbol of dysfunction.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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If you’ve been around the Portland food scene for a while, you were probably familiar with Robert Reynolds and his cooking school. Robert was an institution in the community, and when he died in 2010, a dedicated group of people formed Good Keuken, a new school in his honor. Now that school has closed, at least [&

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Ten restaurants will be joining the Portland Street Seats program this year. Street Seats is a program of the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) that allows businesses or non-profit organizations to convert on-street parking into other public uses, such as café seating or a mini-park. Based on similar programs in

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The City of Portland's general fund has a few million dollars to spare, and Commissioner Steve Novick is mounting an unusual campaign to spend some of it on safer street crossings.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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PBOT's Mark Lear laid out priorities for spending revenue raised by a new street fee.(Photos J. Maus/BikePortland) The City of Portland is slowly leaking out more details of their plans to create a new fee to boost transportation investment. At a town hall meeting in North Portland last night, Mayor Charlie Hales, PBOT Di

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The latest word from the city: early May. Hopefully.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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Is it out of line for one person on a bike to aggressively criticize another for ignoring a stop sign in a safe situation?Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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The spring hiring boom continues here in America's bike industry mecca. Last week had had a record nine job listings and this week we've got eight. Whether you're a wonk or a wrench, we've got some great opportunities for you. Check out the latest jobs posted to our Job Listings via the links below... Active Transportation

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April 17th, 2014

We are moving into our new house next week. And that, right now, is pretty much everything. But here’s us, you know, hanging out. I didn’t think they could get cuter. But somehow, they do.

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This is my 20,000th tweet. Umm, yay I guess? — Alex Mills (@Viper007Bond) April 18, 2014 Since September 6th, 2008: Signed up for a Twitter account due to rmccue and Jeffro2pt0's naggings on #wordpress. No clue if I'll actually use this or not… — Alex Mills (@Viper007Bond) September 6, 2008

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The upcoming PhpStorm 8 features built-in WordPress support, as explained in this support document. However what’s the best way to set up your WordPress install in order to write plugins? Here’s my personal answer — feel free to suggest alternatives in the comments section. When working on a WordPress plug

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It was recently announced that Kenji Bunch will take over as the artistic director of Fear No Music, one of Portland foremost new music ensembles, at the end of this season. Stepping down from that leadership position is Paloma Griffin Hébert, who will continue to play violin with the ensemble. In the meantime, Fear No Mus

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It's that time again... And we've got the best bike rides and events in the area all dolled up for you in a nice, bloggy package.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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This is one of the reasons I never “like” a brand on social media. From the NY Times, General Mills, one of the worlds largest food companies, has quietly added language to its website that customers give up their right to sue the company if they download coupons, “join” it in online communities,

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“Can a coffee machine connect 2 strangers? After a year in the making, watch the Coffee Connector finally make its debut in a conference at the Time Warner Center in New York” How would you feel about having to make friends with a stranger in order to get coffee out of a vending machine? Not […]

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Hooray! There's a new (albeit very small) section of bike path along Marine Drive, and Congressman Earl Blumenauer will help inaugurate it next Tuesday.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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What's the deal with PBOT and diversion on neighborhood greenway projects? We were curious too so we asked.Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here.

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PBOT Director Leah Treat last summer.(Photo J. Maus/BikePortland) Nine months into her position as the Director of the Portland Bureau of Transportation, Leah Treat appears to be finally ready to spread her wings. We've noted here at BikePortland that for someone in charge of one of America's marquee transportation systems

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Today would’ve been my dad’s 71st birthday.  71. I imagine him, smiling, moving quickly from one project to another, eyes sparkling like only his did, laughing that fantastically gregarious laugh.  I imagine him surrounded by his children, their spouses, his …

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By “Miss Nelson”, Salem Elementary Teacher, As a teacher, I try not to spend too much of my own money on my classroom, but when it comes to new books that the kids are dying to read, I find it hard to resist. One particularly challenging demographic is the reluctant, below-grade-level, male reader. Lots of […]

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April 16th, 2014

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We are incredibly fortunate that cellist Alban Gerhardt has performed with Carlos Kalmar and the Oregon Symphony several times over the last few years. Their ongoing collaboration continues to strive for the highest levels of musicianship as was witnessed on Sunday, April 6th, when they performed Shostakovich’s Second Cel

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Like any other piece of software, fonts are governed by licenses. The premier legal authority on fonts and intellectual property in the United State, Frank Martinez Esq. of The Martinez Group will show how font licenses function, and how your organization …

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Action. Adventure. Effects. Humor. Heart. Story. Dialogue. Campy. Enjoyable. Yes.Filed under: 10 Word Review, Film Tagged: 10 Word Review, book to film adaptations, Film, film reviews, koontz, movie reviews, movies, movies from books, odd thomas, opinion, reviews

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April 15th, 2014

Spaghetti with friends and family :) with Dillon, Dana, and Ardee at De Nicola’s Family Italian Restaurant – View on Path.

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We spontaneously made some chocolate cereal nests yesterday. I had 3/4 of a box of very unpopular shredded wheat cereal, unsweetened, and didn't want to get rid of it, so I melted a bag of chocolate chips and stirred it...

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by Dan Lucas I have been somewhat horrified at the headlines about the budget problems in Polk County. Things have gotten so bad that Polk County now goes for 14 hours a day without sheriff’s patrol and the sheriff’s office … Continue

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I’ve been on my share of flights with funny flight attendants. I can tell you, there’s nothing like a little humor to relax nervous fliers. Plus, it’s nice that they don’t always take themselves so seriously. If I had to …

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Welcome to Tasty Type, our series that’s all about having fun with typography and stuff to eat—or in this case, drink. For our third Tasty Type, we wish you a very Hoppy Earth Day on April 22, 2014. We decided to celebrate Earth …

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Welcome to this month’s Dig This Design, our series dedicated to showcasing the websites we think are making waves on the web. It’s purpose is to recognize our peers—the creative teams and companies that are filling the web with beautiful …

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Experiment. Fractured. Perspective. Necessary. Gutsy. Chicago. Sacrifice. Problematic. Conclusion. yes.Filed under: 10 Word Review, Books, In My Opinion Tagged: 10 Word Review, allegiant, book, book review, divergent series, opinion, reviews

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April 14th, 2014

We went to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm over the weekend and the tulip fields were amazing. There were plenty of other activities as well. You can go just for the tulips (parking is $10) but everything else—the food and...

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There are some days, some really long days, when I’m talking about the publishing house launch, about wanting to start a fair trade art movement, about wanting artists to get health benefits, and retirement counseling and respect – and the day adds up to these questions from people. Some are people I know, others are [&

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