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April 19th, 2018

Worker filling drainage trench with rock near NW Maywood Drive, 1914.     View this image in Efiles by clicking here.

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by Bethany Wright Cascade Employers Association Oregon has become somewhat of an innovator when it comes to passing laws for the working citizen. Our tiered minimum wage law was the first of its kind, and other states are taking notice. One of Oregon’s newest changes is the new limits on overtime in manufacturing establis

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By Mercy Corps, Melinda was afraid of yoga. “I’m now a ‘senior’ in age,” she explained, “morbidly obese by western medical measures, and labeled ‘disabled.’” She’d decided yoga was no longer for her — until she met Kate Holly at Yoga Refuge. Mercy Corps Northwest’s programs have been vital to shaping

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With the National Women’s Soccer League back in action for the 2018 season, 2 Towns Ciderhouse offers a new cider that honors the NWSL champions Portland Thorns FC. Two Thorns is a specialty rosé cider in collaboration with the 2017 championship-winning Portland Thorns FC that features fresh-pressed Northwest apples, ras

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A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. George Bernard Shaw The post Mistakes appeared first on Under a Red Roof.

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Legendary artist Jim Lee’s iconic take on the Man of Steel has been immortalized as a statue in the DC Designer Series. Measuring approximately 12″ tall and sculpted by Djordje Djokovic, Superman glides through the air, fists clenched, ready for anything. DC Designer Series statues are based on art from the comics indus

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Do you have a local yarn store that you love? We have nine (ten?) lovely yarn stores here in the Portland metro area; we are blessed! A local yarn store is a little bit of heaven, a place where you … Continue reading →

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Alexandre Pierre François Boëly (1785-1858) Max von Schillings (1868-1933) Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983) Ruben Gonzalez (1919-2003) Dudley Moore (1935-2002) Bernhard Klee (1936) Kenneth Riegel (1938) Jonathan Tunick (1938) David Fanshawe (1942-2010) Murray Perahia (1947) Yan-Pascal Tortelier (1947) Natalie Dessay (1965

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April 18th, 2018

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You're showering too much. In fact, not only is frequent showering not necessary, it can be harmful to the skin: Anytime you take a shower -- especially a hot one -- with soap and a scrubbing device like a washcloth...

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And that immature....

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And then we said, “Put ze candle beck!” And then we had cinnamon rolls and iced tea, sitting on the pickup’s tailgate at the edge of the field And then we rode the chairlift back up the mountain, dangling our snowshoes And then we brought our newly-adopted cat out of the shelter, and tried to […]

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"The Mortuary Collection," directed by Ryan Spindell, is a "Gothic horror anthology film," according to a Kickstarter fundraising page for the project.

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Like Portland's mayor, he has a tax fixation; more is always best. So the changes to the federal tax law are worse than horrible: The batch of reports the FTB published in March focused on the new cap on deductions...

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Just $12 for the three-day pass. You don't even need a fat bike! The post Cannon Beach set to host first-ever Fat Bike Festival appeared first on

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Former FBI Investigator Testifies Against Portland's Joint Terrorism Task Force

by Kelly Kenoyer Michael G

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Entertaining. Fun. Funny. Action. Story. Surprising. Cast. Enjoyable. Writing. Yes.

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Media Monarchy plays Lucius, Lissie, Lukas Nelson and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for April 18, 2018. ♬

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Beautiful. Hue. Hawkins. Spencer. Fable. Tone. Love. Strange. Lovely. YES.

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A place often avoided, could become a haven. The post Change brings opportunity to unlock central eastside’s cycling potential appeared first on

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Witty. Writing. Ronan. Metcalf. Youth. Independence. Quirky. Family. Individuality. YES.

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The nearly 100-year-old restaurant space, once home to early Portland dining landmark L'Auberge, will become a private events space.

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The nearly 100-year-old restaurant space, once home to early Portland dining landmark L'Auberge, will become a private events space.

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A Second Portland Burgerville Store Will Vote to Unionize

by Alex Zielinski Tyler Gross Employees at a second Portland Burgerville store are charging forward wit

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by Anonymous Nothing to frickin' worry about on your plate, only things that are creative and not destructive… I can’t stand quarreling, I can’t stand feelings between people — I think hatred is wasted energy, and it’s so non-productive. I’m very sensitive — a sh

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It's the Mercury's Weed Issue! (Because the Second Most Fun Thing to Do with Cannabis Is READ About It)

by Ned Lannamann Jason SturgillIt's almost 4/20, and because we are a newspaper staffed by responsible grownups, w

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A Fresno State "professor" took to social media in the hour following yesterday's news of the death of Barbara Bush to spew some extraordinarily vile vomit, even for a Left-wing loon. Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar provoked the most controversy...

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Farm Life: Spring Tinged with Hope, Sadness

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Fredericksburg Public Library – isn’t it a peach? Coincidentally, they are rather famous for their peaches, but we were a bit early for harvest, sigh. Main Street is lined with charming buildings, many of them erected with Austin stone, which I LOVE. The original settlement, as you might have guessed from the

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What if instead of roasting the beliefs of a conservative, teetotalling, caffeine-free group of super nice people, we were watching a play called, "The Koran."

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Jennifer Riordan, a 43 year-old mother of two who was a public relations specialist at Wells Fargo in Albuquerque, died after being sucked halfway out of the plane through the shattered window. In a late night news conference Tuesday, NTSB...

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Digital farming, weedkiller wine and the dirty dozen detox project + this day in history w/Paul Revere's ride and our song of the day by Sarah Shook on your Morning Monarchy for April 18, 2018.

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Laura Ingraham's viewership has jumped by 20% since Boss Hogg's boycott. And although many predicted a big uptick in voter registration in the wake of the hoopla following the school shooting (Hogg, though often described as a "survivor" of the...

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  The University of Oregon Foundation unveiled the design of a planned renovation of venerable Hayward Field on Tuesday. The series of renderings produced by architecture firm SRG Partnership of Portland show a graceful, curving grandstand wrapping three-quarters of the way around the track and field in the middle. The

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Slip Number 1 at Terminal 1 with the SS Floridian and the SS Pacific docked at Piers A and B, 1924.     View this image in Efiles by clicking here.

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the new "Crimson Cube" at WSU (photo Bob Hubner) A little over a week ago I was fortunate to catch the opening of the new Jordan Schnit

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Universal Pictures has released the final Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer. With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful franchises in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds m

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Who will speak up for the paths? The post Springwater, Esplanade among popular paths that face hurdles in Parks Bureau budget appeared first on

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The fast-food company said there is no truth to a report on social media that 15 restaurants in the state have transformed or plan to transform play areas into pot-smoking centers.

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Before I launch into a review of the day, let's take a look at our digs for the event. It's a castle. Yes, a castle. Sunrise at the castle. A room with a view. The dining room. In our room...Yes...

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by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey Stay up to date on Portland news and politics. Looking for fun? Here are the best Things to Do in Portland today.

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7 Things to do for April 18 by Mercury Things to Do Staff Erykah Badu The Soul'd Out Music Festival is not playing around for 2018, and there's no better (or ba

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Beaverton School District Official Resigns After Posting Anti-Immigrant Tweet

by Alex Zielinski

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