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January 18th, 2017

February 16 @ Fremont Theater – In anticipation of this eventful day, The Cherry Blossom Orchestra will be presenting a concert paying full tribute to the trailblazing Original Dixieland Jazz Band, as well as showcasing many landmark recordings from the first 25 years of recorded jazz. Historic works featuring Louis A

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The graphs I posted earlier today are from the joint GISS/NOAA press conference this morning, announcing that 2016 is officially the warmest

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Organics to You is a locally owned and operated Portland organic produce delivery company. We’ve been delivering the finest, farm fresh, local organic produce and groceries year round since early 2001.

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February 15 @ Living Room Theaters – A poignant indie drama that chronicles the unexpected friendship that develops between a melancholy bartender, who at thirty-six, still isn’t sure what he wants to do with his life and a socially awkward overachiever in her early twenties.

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Bottleneck Gallery will release these 3 posters by Eric Tan for The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith. Each print measures 12 x 36 inches in an edition of 250 and will cost $50. A full set will run $140. The posters will be available at noon EST, Thursday January 19, 2017 at […]

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Great Notion Brewing is about to go big-time.

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One of my less popular beliefs (and that’s saying something) is that any form of sexuality is inherently objectifying. As with all language being violence and all poetry dishonest, that’s not the end of the story, obviously, and certainly not an injunction to never engage with it. My basic argument is that sexu

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Tonight Cate Le Bon's Bringing Surreal Guitar Pop to Portland

by Ciara Dolan CATE LE BON Peekaboo! IVANA KLIČKOVIĆ

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The Trump Resistance Playbook: A Guide to Thwarting the GOP Agenda

by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey Kathleen Marie It’s easy to be disheartened—to think that Trump and

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Things to Do Tonight!

by Mercury Staff Guys We

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Caffeine consumption, the hot chocolate market and Obama's legacy + this day in history w/Marion Barry and our song of the day by Right Said Fred on your Morning Monarchy for January 18, 2017.

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The Portland band brought their legal battle to Washington. Now, they wait.

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The rumors are true: "Will & Grace" will return, starring the original foursome, for a 10-episode limited season, NBC announced Wednesday at the Television Critics Association 2017 winter press tour.

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Bike share coming up roses in the Rose City. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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Here are film critic Marc Mohan's picks for the week of Jan. 20-26, 2017.

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Last year in August, I wrote an article titled The Retirement Savings Crisis: What Will Fix It?  Jenny Holt read that article and let me know about her eBook: “Recently, I came across movermike.com while researching a piece inspired by my own family.  A combination of my father being downsized in his 60s and my

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Making lemonade out of lemons and hoping for a post-storm boom. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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César Cui (1835-1918)Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894)John Laurence Seymour (1893-1986)Berthold Goldschmidt (1903-1996)Anthony Galla-Rini (1904-2006)John O'Conor (1947)Anthony Pople (1955-2003)Christoph Prégardien (1956) and Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869) Rubén Darío (1867-1916)A. A. Milne (1882-1956) Oliver Hardy (1892-1957)

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All Bids are due February 7, 2017 at 1:00 PM.

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Sub-Bids are due January 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM. Bids are due January 26, 2017 at 2:00 PM.

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Bids due on February 9, 2017 at 2:00 PM.

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Bids are due January 24, 2017 at 2:00 PM.

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by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Used to have a little, now I have a lot. No matter where I go, I know where I came from (the Bronx!) LET'S GO TO PRESS. In advance of thi

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Bids are due January 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM.

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Proposals due February 2, 2017 by 2:00 PM.

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Part Four of Creating a Brand Style Guide The Creating a Brand Style Guide Series is written by Pariah Burke, consultant and trainer for creative, publishing, and editorial professionals. Part One: “Why You Need a Media-Comprehensive Brand Style Guide.” Part Two: …

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Travel around Portland has been less than ideal. Now that we're thawing out, you can finally get out and do something.

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The 2.5-mile hike offers stunning views of Willamette Falls and runs by several historical sites above downtown Oregon City.

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A man in a carriage next to Thompson Fountain (Elk Fountain), circa 1908.     View this image in Efiles by clicking here.Filed under: 1900s, Downtown, Main Street, Southwest

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By Oregon Employment Department, Our latest quarterly job vacancy survey results show Oregon businesses reported 52,300 job vacancies in fall 2016. That’s an increase of 7,400 job vacancies compared with the prior fall. The job vacancy numbers reflect continued, strong employment growth in the state. This fall the 2-t

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To celebrate The Oregonian/OregonLive's third annual dough-wrapped week, we've organized our biggest line-up yet.

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Oregon Faith News Note, The Seattle Police Department has made news with their first transgendered police officer. The Officer, Tori Newburn said of his personal story, “I didn’t come out to my co-workers for quite some time. I put a lot of thought into it. People don’t look at me and automatically know that I

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By Oregon Farm Bureau, With a simple stroke of a pen President Obama expanded the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument by just under 50,000 acres. Along with this expansion, a monument in California was expanded and three new designations were declared. Unfortunately this process was unilateral and did not get the debate it d

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By American Forest Research Council, AFRC Responds to Controversial Cascade Siskiyou National Monument Expansion AFRC President, Travis Joseph, issued the following statement after the Obama Administration’s controversial decision to administratively increase the size of the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument in Southern

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This Friday, January 20, at noon Eastern Standard Time, Donald J. Trump will be sworn into service as the Forty-fifth President of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts of the United States Supreme Court.  While the traditions of … C

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We talked to two people leading demonstrations on January 20. by Doug Brown Thousands of people will flock to the streets of Portland this week for protests, counter-protests, and marches surrounding the inauguration of Donald Trump. Whether you

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That's right. The women are smarter. by Marc Mohan “WE’RE A GENERATION of men raised by women,” sneered Fight Club’s Tyler Durden. To which Mike Mills would probably reply, “I know! Awesome, right?” Mills’ new m

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A note to the distinguished elder gentlemen of Portland. by Anonymous WHAT IS IT with the 60-year-old men in this city? You all have gray facial hair and a potbelly. You all wear hats. You all smell like an ashtray. And you all seem to think you n

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“This guy is obviously petty, unhinged, and off his rocker.” DEAR DAN RE: “Savage Love” [Savage Love, Jan 11]. “I recently stopped readi

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FOUR MORE YEARS! FOUR MORE YEARS! FOUR MORE—Sorry, Dears. Something’s in Our Eye. by Ann Romano MONDAY, JANUARY 9 Welcome back to One Day at a Time, dears—where, as ever, we’re happy to be your chatt

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Check the temperature of Portland theater with the annual festival. by Megan Burbank THE FERTILE GROUND festival of new theater arrives this week, and with it one of the lone, weird blooms amid theater’s post-holiday stupor. In case you need a refreshe

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Risky Business by Dan Savage About a year ago, I was pretending to read my boyfriend's mind and jokingly said, "You want to put it in my ear." Since then, I have seen references to ear sex (aural sex?) everywhere! There's even a holiday

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The perpetually mustachioed comedian stops in on his way out. by Robert Ham FOLLOW THE LOCAL comedy scene long enough and you’ll pick up on this simple pattern: A young stand-up rises through the ranks of his/her peers to win Helium Comedy Club’s ann

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Featuring drugs, cults, and space suits. by Suzette Smith THEY’RE ALL BAD PEOPLE. I’d like to say that the characters in Portland-based director Vu Pham’s short films are “morally complex”—but really, just about every single one of the

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Michael Keaton plays The Founder of McDonald's. by Ned Lannamann THE STORY of McDonald’s is as American as that fast-food restaurant’s version of apple pie—a dubious, deep-fried log of chemically sweetened goo. The business was star

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