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November 25th, 2014

The Portland Bike Theft Summit is Wednesday December 10th. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post Save the Date

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A curb-protected bike lane proposed for WalkerRoad would serve Nike’s campus, but hasbeen delayed until 2019.(Image: Washington County, modified by BikePortland) Nike is planning to spend millions of dollars to build parking garages for 2,500 cars on its growing Washington County campus, but it’s not yet clea

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Here’s a new one on me: I spent a night of dreams romantically pursuing someone. Nope, no idea who, seems to be someone made up out of whole cloth by my dreaming brain. It certainly doesn’t correlate in the slightest to anyone I know. (Everyone may now breathe a sigh of relief!) Also, it was …

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Join BridgePort Brewing for their 6th annual Ebenezer Pub Crawl through Multnomah Village in beautiful Southwest Portland. As always, this tradition will undoubtedly spread the holiday cheer. Dust off your Santa hat or bust out your wacky Christmas sweater and come join the crawl on Thursday, December 4th! The Ebenezer Pub

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November 24th, 2014

After a significant grant victory, Oregon's largest walking advocacy group had plenty to celebrate Saturday. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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A sampling of BikePortland comments from the late Kirke Johnson reveals a dedicated and helpful bike advocate. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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BikeCraft, the holiday gift fair for bike lovers, is back. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post Tenth annual BikeCraft s

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This week's best bike links start with what we hope is a pretty funny one. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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There aren't many outdoor activities that embrace wet, cold, and muddy weather quite like cyclocross does. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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Silly. Clever-ish. Photography. Location. Bawdy. Overindulgent. Cast. Score. Sheep. yes.Filed under: 10 Word Review, Film, In My Opinion Tagged: 10 Word Review, a million ways to die in the west, Film, film reviews, movie, movie reviews, opinion

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Sweet. Funny. Heart. Quiet. Lost. Journey. Music. Feel. Characters. Yes.Filed under: 10 Word Review, In My Opinion Tagged: 10 Word Review, Film, film review, lucky them, movie, movie review, opinion, reviews

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By John A. Charles, Jr. The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) recently issued a report describing the deteriorating condition of Oregon highways. The authors estimate that the cumulative cost to the state economy from poor roads will be $94 billion …

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Colorado Springs’ TRiNiTY BREWiNG has recently hit the national and international stage again with some notable awards and humbling mentions. Earlier this month TRiNiTY BREWiNG was awarded two Silver medals at Chicago’s Festival of Barrel Aged Beer (FoBAB) and has also been listed as one of the Top 25 beers in the w

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ESCONDIDO, CA (Nov. 20, 2014) – Stone Brewing Co. will celebrate Portland, Oregon’s Holiday Ale Festival from December 3 to 7 with events throughout the city featuring special-release and one-off beers, as well as appearances by Liberty Station Brewing Manager Kris Ketcham and Craft Beer Ambassador “Dr.” Bill Sysak.

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Roscoe’s 5th Annual Holiday Beer Summit will be celebrating all of the flavors and beer styles that are perfect for the holiday season. Some of the beers will be fresh, like Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom Cask Fa La La La and super-fresh stone enjoy by 12.26.14 IPA, but many will be rare vintage kegs! […]

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November 23rd, 2014

650b, porteur, and a baguette. Time to shop!

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  Portland, Ore. (Nov. 19, 2014) – Ecliptic Brewing, a craft brewery and restaurant in Portland’s Mississippi neighborhood, will celebrate the holidays this month by hosting a seasonally inspired Lunation Dinner. Executive chef Michael Molitor’s delicious menu will feature the best of the region’s bounty paired wit

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by Aaron Moran Next year we’ll celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. There have been several major wars in the intervening decades – Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq – and countless smaller conflicts, but, thankfully, …

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Kale, chocolate, pepperment – three great tastes that DO NOT

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November 22nd, 2014

One of our interior doorknobs fell apart an

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My sister dropped by last night to return my Bissell rug shampooer. She’s selling her truck and wanted to create a not-mildewy vibe for the new owner. I bought the shampooer on Craigslist probably four years ago, and it’s since been borrowed by at least six different people. It’s one of those items that&

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MOUNT PLEASANT, Michigan, Nov. 20, 2014 — Central Michigan University’s College of Science and Technology is brewing a certificate program in fermentation science by combining scientific knowledge with hands-on experience in modern brewery production processes. The brewing of a malt beverage is very scientific and can b

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by Sen. Doug Whitsett Oregon’s November quarterly economic forecast was made public last week. The report revealed that the state is continuing its slow recover from the Great Recession. Several Democrat state elected leaders issued glowing reports suggesting that happy …

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Paso Robles, CA—Brewmaster Matt “Merlin” Brynildson and his team of brewing magicians at Firestone Walker Brewing Company have done it again, racking up top honors for the third consecutive year at the prestigious European Beer Star Competition. Indeed, Brynildson was on hand in Germany to accept the competition’s a

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November 21st, 2014

Cat and Mite

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We didn't all love math when we were 15, but most of us probably liked buying stuff. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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The United Streetcar test track in north Clackamas County

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The more cargo bikes, the better. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post Two cargo bike projects worth backing o

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EnSelle, a road bike shop in southwest Portland, will close its doors at the end of this year. Sponsor BikePortland.org. Advertise here. The post

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by NW Spotlight KOIN TV in Portland ran a rather astonishing story Tuesday night. The story was about a sex education conference held each year in Seaside, OR – the Adolescent Sexuality Conference. KOIN reported that children as young as …

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PORTLAND, Ore. – Just as Santa has eight reindeer, so does Lompoc have eight different holiday beers, including one brewed for Hanukkah. The annual Lompoc Holiday Beer Extravaganza will celebrate the release of them all on Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 4pm to Midnight at the newly renovated Sidebar, Lompoc’s barrel tasting room

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November 20th, 2014

Today is Ubuntu Community Appreciation Day and I wanted to quickly recognize the following people, but before doing so, I want to thank all the contributors that make the Ubuntu Community what it is. Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph Elizabeth is a stellar community contributor who has provided solid leadership and mentorship to th

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Brewery known for its NW style sour ales hires on a number of new employees, expands location

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Starting next year, two beers will be added to the Ninkasi Brewing "Flagship Series" and will be made available year-round in all Ninkasi distribution areas. Lux, a German-Style Helles Lager, and Dawn of the Red, an India Red Ale, will join Total Domination IPA, Tricerahops Double IPA, Oatis Oatmeal Stout, and Vanilla Oatis

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As Executive Director of Portland Code School, I’m getting out and about a lot these days into Portland’s increasingly robust tech community, which is bristling with venture-funded entrepreneurial life. Our graduates are a foundational part of the ecosystem, helping to provide continuity of brain power for all these new

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By now, we've all heard of the allegati

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Buying a new s

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I am very happy with my on-the-counter butter storage of late. Over the summer, I was looking at my butter and was getting disturbed. The girls are cooking more and the butter looked like it had been attacked by a...

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by NW Spotlight There is a Grimm’s Fairy Tale about a shoemaker who goes to bed and wakes up to find elves have finished his work for him. In Oregon politics, Democrat Chuck Riley is the shoemaker and Hillsboro-area Libertarians … Cont

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With the colder weather that has recently hit us, there’s nothing better than to hunker down with a big, bold barrel-aged beer to warm you up. And this past weekend we braved the even colder weather of Chicago to take in the 12th Annual Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beers (FoBAB). Our good friend, […]

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I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. I am not cruel, only truthful- The eye of the little god, four cornered. Most of the time I meditate on the opposite wall. It is pink, with speckles. I have […]

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November 19th, 2014

I am an artist who has been supporting myself and my children selling my paintings online for 10 years. Over that time, I’ve sold more than 2000 paintings to patrons all over the world. But I kept running into the same problem. . . how do you ship large paintings without paying an arm and [...]

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Here’s the scoop for the weekend. For more ideas on what to do this weekend, check the Events Calendar on Metro Parent's PDX Kids Calendar and the urbanMamas calendar page. Friday, November 21st Free Week of Stroller Strides (throughout PDX)....

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by NW Spotlight Nigel Jaquiss at Willamette Week is reporting that Terry Bean “was arrested today on charges of sex abuse in a case involving a 15-year-old boy.” Bean “will be charged with two counts of sodomy in the third …

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Is the banner ad finally dead? It’s question that we’ve been asking ourselves recently, and it seems especially relevant as, here at McBru, we’re neck-deep in 2015 media planning for our tech B2B clients. A recent article in the New York Times asserts that whether or not banner ads are dead today, they are certainl

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by NW Spotlight The White House is announcing that “tomorrow night, President Obama will address the nation to lay out the executive actions he’s taking to fix our broken immigration system.” The Washington Post found yesterday that President Obama had …

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The front yard is officially 100% installed! First came irrigation installation (although not in the front yard), then sod removal and soil prep. Finally, massive plant order arrived from three different nurseries and the first frost of the season was looming on the horizon. As a landscape designer, I think my favorite day

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Yesterday I had a whole plan in place about how I was going to the “fancy schmancy beauty school” to get my hair cut. It was going to be free, and I was going to use my free bus pass to avoid paying for parking. Good plan, right? But then someone in The Non-Consumer Advocate […]

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Scenes from a mile high, though we are itching to be in Pittsburgh. Patience. The hubster loves a diorama! And if you are thinking about dissing the sweatshirt he’s sporting, talk to the hand, peeps. Coors and my Pop’s thirty-plus years driving a forklift in their glass department fed and clothed me and paid for

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