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May 23rd, 2018

The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) slammed Rep. Nanette Barragan (D-CA) on Tuesday after she falsely accused the agency of being "anti-immigrant." During a House Homeland Security subcommittee hearing on Central American migration and border security,...

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How Do I Get My Boyfriend to Shut Up About His New Girlfriend?

Savage Love Letter of the Day by Dan Savage

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Question About Human Vision and Missiles

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Media Monarchy plays Luke Winslow-King, Gasoline Lollipops, Declan O'Donovan and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for May 23, 2018. ♬

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A professional nature photographer was definitely in the right place at the right time while shooting recently at San Juan Island National Historical Park in Washington state: a fox kit caught a rabbit and was trotting across the meadow with...

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Johnny Nunn’s Corzetti Will Open This Friday

by Chad Walsh Corzetti's Johnny Nunn

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Olshey warned against making promises to potential draftees as it allows flexibility in deals on the “Dwight & Aaron Show.”

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Now there's one less excuse for not building them faster. The post A sneak peek at Portland’s new protected bike lane design guide appeared first on

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Twenty cities are competing for Amazon’s second headquarters. Then there’s Seattle, Amazon’s current headquarters, which the city apparently wouldn’t mind driving away. Seattle’s city council unanimously approved a $250 “tax” per full-time employee on businesses with more than $20 million...

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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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Lillard and Aminu both earned votes last year as well. The NBA announced its All-Defensive teams Wednesday afternoon, and whil

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David Byrne's American Utopia Encourages Listeners to Stay Positive

by Robert Ham DAVID BYRNE Sun 5/27 Keller Auditorium

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A reader wants to know why we can’t all just relax and enjoy the game. We do, but winning is still central to the experience. The

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Miami’s Bruce Brown, known for his defense, is on the Blazers’ radar, according to Jason Quick of NBC Sports Northwest. With

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Smoker's data, free popcorn and baby boxes + this day in history w/the attack of the "losers" and our song of the day by Cowboy Junkies on your Morning Monarchy for May 23, 2018.

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From bike dancing to track racing, there's something for everyone. The post Looking for a summer bike camp? Check out these seven local options appeared first on

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The draft combine is finally finished, and the performance of some players helped their stock while others’ status suffered. Sam Vece

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It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of people starting stuff. And it’s not just companies. I like it when people start podcasts, blogs, events, meetups… you name it. Start start start. That’s why I was really happy to see that the inaugural Latinx Tech PDX was so successful that it’s starting

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by Anonymous To the business that I use weekly for my bathroom breaks. I use very little tp. Your toilet is usually backed up prior to me getting there or I back it up with the little tp I use. Therefore, I’ve stopped putting my tp into the toilet. Fix your pressure m

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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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Universal Pictures has debuted a new Skyscraper trailer featuring Dwayne Johnson. Global icon Dwayne Johnson leads the cast of Legendary’s Skyscraper as former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and U.S. war veteran Will Sawyer, who now assesses security for skyscrapers. On assignment in China he finds the tallest, safest bui

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Will Boston College guard Jerome Robinson catch the Trail Blazers’ attention with his impressive offense? The

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The 15 Best Ways to Enjoy the Arts in Portland This Week: May 23-29

Mick Foley Tells Stories, Michael Pollan Changes Your Mind, and Tori Amos is Paid Tribute! by Mercury Things to Do Staff Jump to: Readings & Talks |

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6 Things to Do For May 23 by Mercury Things to Do Staff Fever Ray, Bunny Michael Karin Dreijer is better known as Fever Ray (and, for the wholly uninitia

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Stephen King was presented the 2018 PEN America Literary Service Award on May 22, 2018 The beloved author received his prize Tuesday night from Morgan Freeman, who starred in the film adaptation of King’s “The Shawshank Redemption.”  King was praised by PEN, the literary and human rights organization, as an advocate

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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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[Photo: 2014 Detroit water turn-off protest. (Environmental Justice Atlas)] By Valerie Burris Source:  Zocalo Public Square Valerie Burris never considered myself a politically active type. In fact, I abhorred politics for three decades. But about 25 years ago, I realized that I couldn’t fight my personal health insuranc

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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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Pissy. by Dan Savage I like watersports, and I heard about a guy in a rural area who holds piss parties in his backyard. I found a mailing list for those interested in piss play, and it wasn’t long before he posted about one of these parties.

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Oregon’s cannabis surplus means savings for you. by Josh Jardine It’s no secret that Oregon is experiencing a serious over-abundance of cannabis—right now, there are hundreds of thousands more pounds being produced than there are being consumed

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Second locations for Stormbreaker, Ex Novo, and Von Ebert, and Oregon breweries switch to reusable glass bottles. by Ned Lannamann Stormbreaker Brewing opened a second location last week in St. Johns, in an impressively large space that formerly housed P

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by Courtenay Hameister According to Fox News, a government mole met “several times” with Trump staffers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos during the run-up to the 2016 election, prompting the President to “hereby” declare multiple times that he would demand an inquir

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OPB’s Bundyville Serves Up Bundy Family Kool-Aid Shots by Suzette Smith Leah Sottile opens her podcast series Bundyville with one of my least favorite questions of all time: What is truth? “Do the Bundys own the truth,” Sottile asks,

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This week’s gossip is worth $36.6 million! by Ann Romano MONDAY, MAY 14 Welcome back to One Day at a Time, dears, where whenever you think the world can’t possibly get any worse, it somehow... does?

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Portland gets a visit from Stormy Daniels! WHAT A COUNTRY! FLAG POLE RE: “Stormy Daniels

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“I’m drinking whiskey and jerking it.” by Anonymous Haven’t been laid in a month of Sundays... and here I am. My wife is in bed. I’m drinking whiskey and jerking it in the living room to ass-worship videos. And out of the corner of

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Resistance events for the week of May 23-29. by Emilly Prado WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 Vanport Mosaic Festival On May 30, 1942, a catastrophic flood destroyed homes and displaced the residents of Vanport City, Oregon—th

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Chosen Country author James Pogue was embedded with Bundys during the Malheur standoff. by Ned Lannamann It started off as low-stakes as revolutions get. Instead of taking over a busy federal building or seizing a seat of government, the Bundy bro

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Load up your queue with Silverado, Atlanta, Fleabag, and more! by Bobby Roberts Watching Star Wars movies isn’t that hard, and yet? Entertainment media loves saying you need to digest a Wookieepedia’s worth of info before

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Down with love. by Elinor Jones As a scholar of the romcom genre, there’s nothing I love more than a whimsical courtship. But as a cynical human, I always wish every movie would give us an epilogue: “Sadly, it didn’t work out. He’s kind of a dick

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Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble’s new work centers on two of the state’s first Black communities. by Robert Ham The racist legacy of Oregon is not one of the most glorious chapters in its history. Lawmakers initially denied non-white people the righ

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Discover the joys of dirty park water! by Elinor Jones There was a time in my life—an extended period of time, maybe a third of my life—when all I’d want out of a summer guide were tips on where to catch some tasty waves and get a cool

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The beloved indie folk project hasn’t lost its gentle power. by Ciara Dolan Last year, Portland singer/songwriter Katy Davidson revived their beloved indie folk project Dear Nora to reissue their 2004 record Mountain Rock. Riding the high fr

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From Oxbow Park to Enchanted Forest, it's time to CHILL THE EFF OUT. by Wm. Steven Humphrey “Look! I don’t have time for your crap, OKAY? I’m a busy, important person, and I need to relax—but it’s gotta be close, fun, and it better

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A glimpse into the wildness within. by Ciara Dolan Like vines slowly overtaking an old house, Beast—the feature debut of writer/director Michael Pearce—mines horror from the feeling of wildness encroaching on civilization. It’s set on the

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There’s no better time to enjoy Forest Park. by Kathleen Marie When it feels like the world is coming to an end, and a bunch of the formerly green trees to Portland’s east are burned, don’t get down. Instead, look west: Forest Park is

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Bus drivers are no longer staying quiet. by Kelly Kenoyer January was a bad month for Mary Maxwell. As a bus driver for TriMet’s LIFT program, which serves disabled patrons who can’t access regular transit, Maxwell had suffered through days of sexual

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A (wobbly) step-by-step guide to Portland's patio paradise. by Bri Brey Finally! The sun has returned! And with it comes the season of sharing picnic tables with drunk strangers on Portland's glorious patios. This summer we're all about VIBE

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