A Michelin-recommended San Francisco Thai restaurant will open a second location in Portland next month.
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April 26th, 2017
Media Monarchy plays Benjamin Booker w/Mavis Staples, Screamfeeder, The Veldt and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for April 26, 2017. ♬
by MJ Skegg With Oregon Wine Month almost upon us there’s a host of wine events coming up. On Sunday it’s Pour Oregon, a one-day festival featuring some of the regions more interesting winemakers. Created by Cellar 503, a wine club that promotes Oregon’s small-batch wine
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by Megan Burbank Margaret Atwood once said she based everything in The Handmaid’s Tale on something
by Ben Coleman The Overlook Film Festival is four days of contemporary horror cinema contained entirely in the frosty con
by Abe Asher Brooklyn Digital Foundry/Portland Timbers One of the great soccer stadiums in North America is about to get
May 12 @ The Nines – GlamHer, Bradley Angle’s signature event, celebrates galactic ideas at the science fiction-inspired masquerade ball. The organization runs programs that serve survivors of domestic violence.
If the Writers Guild of America goes on strike, TV viewers will likely see such shows as "Saturday NIght Live," "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" be affected.
After 17 years, M. Night Shyamalan is finally delivering a proper sequel to Unbreakable. The writer-director announced the news Wednesday on Twitter after months of teasing a new script he’s been writing. He revealed the film is called Glass, and that Bruce Willis (David Dunn) and Samuel L. Jackson (Mr. Glass/Elijah
Its up 25% since the 1990s, according to a new paper, mostly due to melting in Greenland:http://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2017/04/26/sea-level-rising-faster-now-1990s-new-study-shows
In a slim week for big studio releases, critic Marc Mohan runs down the top indie and art house options in Portland.
The Portland Timbers plan to begin work this fall on a $50 million, privately financed expansion of seating at Providence Park.
Superbug fungus, artificial wombs and genetic memories + this day in history w/the Polio vaccine and our song of the day by Melodysheep on your Morning Monarchy for April 26, 2017.
[Photo: Nigel Farage (UKIP leader) poses for anti-immigrant BREXIT poster. (The Conversation)] By CJ Polychroniou, Marcus Rolle and Alexandra Boutri Source: Truthout. incomplete intro Brexit, the rise of Donald Trump and the emergence of a new right-wing radicalism in both Europe and the United States signify fundamental de
Mondays are Yoga + Beer nights in Portland! Detox + Retox w/ Ex Novo Brewing, Ecliptic Brewing, Baerlic Brewing & Labrewatory!
by Jenni Moore KYLE Wed 4/26 Crystal Ballroom
Dfrntpigeon featuring designs created by the city's marginalized and underrepresented youth.
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Portland development firm Gerding Edlen is laying the groundwork to begin construction this fall on a prominent infill project near Boston’s famed Fenway Park.
The new Cars 3 trailer has arrived! Directed by Brian Fee (storyboard artist for Cars and Cars 2), Disney Pixar‘s Cars 3 begins when, blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) is suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. To get back in the game, he will n
ARCHITECTURE Myhre Group Architects has promoted Amanda Knutsen to marketing coordinator. She is responsible for the design and production of all marketing materials, as well as coordinating marketing strategies. She received a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Oregon and joined Myhre Group in s
Bids are due May 17, 2017 at 2:00 PM.
FINANCE Wells Fargo has promoted assistant manager Cathy Gallaway to manager of its Murray Boulevard branch in Beaverton. She will be responsible for the customer service, professional development and community involvement efforts of five team members. Gallaway joined Wells Fargo in 2008 and has served as a personal banker
Bids are due May 4, 2017 at 2:00 PM.
REAL ESTATE Tanika Bala has recently joined NAI Elliott as an assistant real estate manager. She will assist management of a portfolio of 12 office and retail properties in the Portland area. Bala has extensive experience in the multifamily property management industry as a leasing agent, a property manager, an affordable h
by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Heaven's holding a half moon, shining just for us. Let's slip off to a sand dune, real soon, and kick up a little dust. LET'S GO TO PRESS. The an
ARCHITECTURE Mackenzie has promoted project manager Alison Hoagland to associate principal. She is currently an account manager as well as the assistant department head for architecture. Hoagland received a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Oregon, holds LEED professional credentials, and is a certified Gr
ARCHITECTURE Mackenzie has promoted director of human resources Barb McCullough to associate principal. She joined the firm 19 years ago as an accounts receivable clerk, became an account manager, and finally transitioned into human resources. Currently, she is managing both the accounting and human resources departments. S
Bids are due May 4, 2017 at 12:00 PM.
by Anonymous So I read a post on FB by a woman who we'll call Alex who lives in the Pearl. She wrote about a man she saw at a bus stop "in distress" "slumped" "didn't appear to be breathing" you "wanted to shake him but keep my distance until help arrived" because why? "he see
Since 2011, Beers Made By Walking (BMBW) has been hosting hikes to get both brewers and beer fans outside on hike to discover nature. It’s on these hikes that brewers talk about native plants that can be used in the process of brewing beer or fermenting cider. During this time BMBW has worked with over […]
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North America (April 25, 2017) – The call has gone out to over 200 bars to join the nationwide “TROOPER Bar Alliance” – the first bar network in the world for rock fans, designed to connect Iron Maiden’s devoted fanbase with the band’s award-winning premium British beer TROOPER. Participating bars or stores will
PORTLAND, Ore. (April 25, 2017) — Portland Brewing Company made a positive contribution to the environment this Earth Day by volunteering with the Hoyt Arboretum Visitor Center. Brewery employees removed ivy and other debris from the Rhododendron collection, improving trails, maintaining the integrity of the trees and s
Site of slide removal at NW Thurman Street and NW Gordon Street, 1937. View this image in Efiles by clicking here.Filed under: 1930s, Gordon Street, Northwest, Northwest District, Thurman Street
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Ad campaign compares Ponzi Schemes between Bernie Madoff and Gov. Kate Brown By the Self-Serving Politicians are Driving Oregon into Bankruptcy Coalition April 26, 2017 — The Self-Serving Politicians are Driving Oregon into Bankruptcy Coalition has begun a statewide ad …
Josh Lehner Oregon Office of Economic Analysis The May forecast is fast-approaching. It is the single most important thing our office does, as it effectively sets the revenue estimates and kicker baseline for the upcoming biennium. This week and next we are meeting with our economic and revenue advisors to discuss the outlo
Rigid adherence to any political ideology will ultimately produce foolish results. For instance the accepted norm for conservatives is to oppose abortion on demand while supporting imposition of the death penalty. I have been a conservative all of my adult …
by Nicholas Comerchero Oregon Optmist Katu news recently honored Edwin Young of Portland in its “everyday heroes” feature. Edwin has demonstrated remarkable devotion to his wife, Jovan, while she has struggled to recover from a mysterious illness which confined her to the hospital for several months. Doctors have been
Cascade-Siskiyou expansion: Who makes our nation’s laws, the president or Congress? (Guest opinion) By Travis Joseph Presidents of the United States, regardless of political party, should always follow the law. Separation of powers is the founding principle of our Constitution. Law Professor Michael Blumm’
Tom Marino, who’s about to become Trump’s new drug czar, is pretty terrible. by Vince Sliwoski Dear Pot Lawyer, I heard we’re getting a new federal drug czar. So... just how terrible is he? Pretty terrible. The
But firste, somme apologies. by Kevin Kittkens, King of the Realm of Gresham Rejoice, armour’d knights and busty wenches! For as spring’s sweet breeze doth tickle our nethers, the seasonne for Renaissance Faires doth approach! Alas, be
Defense attorneys and civil liberties advocates are ecstatic. by Doug Brown Sean McNally did not want to leave the Portland Greyhound station that day in November 2011. McNally had argued with a ticket agent, and security guards told him to leave
Some Ideas for Cannabis Users to Help the Resistance by Josh Jardine Since November, I’ve had some issues turning in this column every week. It’s not writer’s block, nor is it because there isn’t anything happening in the world of cannabis. In fa
Noteworthy shows for the week of April 26-May 2. SUPER PICKS KYLE, CUSIN STIZZ (Wed 4/26 at Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside) KYLE, a 23-year-old rapper/singer from Los Angeles
Here’s how to vote on Portland’s hottest ballot measures. by the Mercury Endorsement Strike Force IT'S NOT YOUR FAULT if you have a panic attack anytime you get near a ballot these days. Last November, despite the valian