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December 14th, 2018

Washington, Phoenix, and Memphis are preparing a swap which includes Austin Rivers and Kelly Oubre. Update:

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Ozy sprawls over the sofa arm

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This is old news, but I might want to refer to it later.Exxon scientist J.F. Black, memo of June 6, 1978:"What is considered the best presently available climate model for treat

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Toronto will be without one of its All-Star players in Portland.

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Portland tips off against the now-elite Raptors at 7:00 pm tonight on NBC Sports Northwest.

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The sight of elegant ballet dancers moving to the music of Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” made this year’s holiday concert with the Vancouver Symphony a memorable event. An ensemble of 15 comely ballerinas, all dressed in traditional white tutus, from the Columbia Dance company gave an outstanding performance. Their grac

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Human Heart Left On Flight Miraculously Makes It To Donor. Actual headline - and they wonder why so many don't believe the media any more. And here I thought I left it in San Francisco....

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Sports Illustrated’s Open Floor Podcast looks at proposed Lillard trades and vetoes them for all time. The

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Shoplifters Review: A Movie That Steals Your Heart, Then Breaks It

by Ned Lannamann Magnolia PicturesThe title of Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters could

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“What’s Your Deal?” Your Weekly Food and Drink Wrap

by Chad Walsh This week, superstar bartender, columnist, and author Jeffrey Morgentahler (Clyde Common

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Coming Soon to Southeast Powell: Studio One Theaters, with High-End Picture, Sound, and Food

by Erik Henriksen Scott RadkeWe're starting to get a better idea of what Portland's newest m

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This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: Not all heroes wear capes as Vermont erects massive middle finger to the city; More research shows that going outside makes you smarter; And, despite the bite of the FAANG, small bookstores are booming.

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This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: Not all heroes wear capes as Vermont erects massive middle finger to the city; More research shows that going outside makes you smarter; And, despite the bite of the FAANG, small bookstores are booming.

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PORT was just notified that the proposed merger between OCAC and PNCA is for now off after a PNCA board meeting. To us at PORT

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"I honestly enjoyed it. Fun to swim every so often!" The post How Portlanders handled a wet, dark, stormy bike commute appeared first on B

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection take in a group of illegal immigrants wandering through the New Mexico desert into custody, and a 7-year-old girl whose father hadn't given her food or water for days, begins to have seizures just eight...

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Ling Garden’s Soft Open Turns to a Hard Open Today

by Chad Walsh Two-and-a-half years ago, the NW 21st Taiwanese restaurant Ling Garden shuttered a

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Zeke Hausfather, now at Carbon Brief, shared the poster he's presenting today at the AGU Fall Meeting in DC.If you are around at the AGU this afternoon, come see my pos

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Media Monarchy plays Pedro The Lion, Joe Jackson, Heart and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for December 14, 2018. ♬

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Merkley Heads to the Border to Investigate Child Prisons—Again

by Blair Stenvick

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A reader shares his love of striped sign poles. The post The Little Things: Stripes on stop sign poles in Seattle appeared first on BikeP

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Concert biometrics, halls of fame and Sinatra auctions + this day in history w/the shoeing of George W. Bush and our song of the day by Sloan on your Morning Monarchy for December 14, 2018.

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The war on drivers using side streets. The post New diverters on Ankeny and Lincoln part of plan to keep drivers off side streets appeared first on

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A US army veteran died after staff at a nursing home failed to wash him and he developed gangrene on his infected genitals. York Spratling, 84, was a resident at the Consulate Health Care in Jacksonville, Florida, when he contracted...

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A prominent analyst says Portland’s center is playing too small.

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One lucky Blazer’s Edge reader will get a new-edition uniform and Portland-area kids will benefit as a result. Yesterday the

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Yes, the "yellow vest" crowd has been blocking traffic in jolly olde London town today. Of course, being a welfare state, it's not really necessary to do things like hold a job, so they've got plenty of time to be...

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by Erik Henriksen Welcome to the Erik Henriksen Tells You What to Watch This Weekend™, a weekly post in which I, Erik Henriksen, tell y

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Good Morning, News: A Morning Full of Bad News for Trump (Heh, Heh, Hehhhhhh)

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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Today’s roundtable discussion focuses on our staff’s favorite Portland-themed presents. The

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The night before an important interview, young tomboy Alice meets the glamorous but troubled Lola.

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Sometimes, you find services incredibly valuable, but you can’t seem to find a way to repay them for what they do. That’s what I love about Patreon. it provides a platform that lets folks tell creators how important their work is. And that’s why I’m really happy to see an incredibly valuable resource

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Ask any Spider-Man fan, big or small, to repeat the most enduring message of the web-slinging Peter Parker, and you’ll likely get a faithful recitation of his Uncle Ben’s advice: “With great power comes great responsibility.” This concept goes hand-in-hand with something the heroic Peter says, with a heavy dose of i

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Maria Agata Szymanowska (1789-1831) Joseph Jongen (1873-1953) Georges Thill (1897-1984) Spike Jones (1911-1965) Rosalyn Tureck (1914-2003) Dame Ruth Railton (1915-2001) Ron Nelson (1929) Christopher Parkening (1947) Thomas Albert (1948) John Rawnsley (1949) and Shirley Jackson (1919-1965) Amy Hempel (1951)

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Founded in Long Beach, California in 1996, Yard House is celebrating its 22nd Anniversary with a brand-new collaboration beer being served at its 76 locations. To celebrate this 22-year milestone, Yard House reached out to Stone Brewing along with Aviation Gin to brew a special beer. Yes, a bit of Portland is part of this [

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The post December 14, 2018 appeared first on Daily Journal of Commerce.

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The Blazers hope to get back on track at home as they face off against the best team in the NBA.

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December 13th, 2018

Early next week Imperial Bottle Shop & Taproom – Division will host a Cellar Sale where co-owner Alex Kurnellas will bring out some of the shops best vintage beer. The Cellar Sale will take place from Monday, December 17 through Wednesday, December 19. From going through the beer list that is shown below, there are [&

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This week on the New World Next Week: more robot propaganda rolls out with chicken dispensers in Japan; Brexit poses pesticide problems for the UK; and the MSM freaks out about Italy's sacking of the health board.

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by Anonymous No more. Please. Portland isn't "weird". We're normal and we know how to drive in rain. Just because you watched an episode of portlandia doesn't mean you should move here. We aren't friendly. We aren't accepting. We aren't patient. We don't like you or your shitt

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This week on the New World Next Week: more robot propaganda rolls out with chicken dispensers in Japan; Brexit poses pesticide problems for the UK; and the MSM freaks out about Italy's sacking of the health board.

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Burgerville's Anti-Union Messaging is Getting Worse

by Alex Zielinski Tyler Gross On Tuesday, Burgerville employees at

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Greg had an interview with a pretty famous NFL player today, on DT. You may know him as Beast Mode. It was a bonkers ride, but he handled it well, however the best part didn't actually make it on air. You'll have to listen for all of the details and tomorrow we have an update on the backyard, courtesy of BLACK'S PEST SER

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The Portland Design Commission voted Thursday to approve Block 216, a 35-story tower that will transform Portland’s skyline, disband the city’s largest collection of food carts and set a precedent for the much-discussed and so far unbuilt Green Loop. Commissioners approved the project Thursday despite objections fro

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SUB-BIDS REQUESTED Lakeridge Junior High School Replacement Project Issued: 12/10/18 Bids Due: 1/8/19 at 2PM Skanska invites Subcontractors to mark your calendars for the bidding of the new 138,325SF, Lakeridge Junior High Replacement Project. Bid Package #1 Includes the Following Scopes of Work: MECHANICAL and CONTROLS

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Guardian Real Estate Services' 110-unit Axletree is ending a long drought of multifamily development in the Portland suburb. The post Mixed-use multifamily coming to Milwaukie appeared first on

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Mainly because they wouldn't recognize a heart if they tripped over one. Someone left a human heart on board a recent Southwest Airlines flight from Seattle, causing the Dallas-bound flight to turn around. Was Hannibal Lector aboard? Airline food's so...

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A new 12-story office tower is proposed for the same block as the 12-story Weatherly Building near the eastern approach of the Morrison Bridge. The post 12-story tower proposed for Portland’s eastside ap

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Mike Tokito of Forbes details what has held Portland back during their rough stretch of games. The

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