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A New Jersey native with an extensive resumé, she linked up with Anthony five years ago, when he played for the New York Knicks, and... [Read More]
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On his Facebook page, Brewster admitted to attending the capitol rally. [Read More]
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Facebook's botched attempt to connect a trans-Pacific telecommunications cable to the Oregon Coast has spurred legislation that would place more stringent requirements on such companies.... [Read More]
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The Wilson High School Renaming Committee has recommended renaming the Southwest Portland high school for Black civil rights activist and journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett. ... [Read More]
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In many cases the whole point of underworld nicknames is to keep your full legal name from getting tossed around where the wrong people might... [Read More]
What a week. Who knew changing the calendar year didn't do shit? It's cool: 2022 will be our year. But... [Read More]
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We talk about what makes Portland a gaming mecca. We even play a game on the air. [Read More]
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Unsurprisingly, this year's lineup is paired down a bit. But with 17 events over the course of nine days, it's hardly unsubstantial. And geographically speaking,... [Read More]
The same week that South by Southwest started unveiling its virtual festival plans, PDX Jazz Festival has announced the full schedule for its first all-digital year. ... [Read More]
Le Guin's name now tops a list of 32 other American literary luminaries, from James Baldwin to Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zora Neale Hurston,... [Read More]
The U.S. Postal Service is bringing together two of the things Portlanders are most passionate about: Ursula Le Guin and the post office. ... [Read More]
Gov. Kate Brown today pushed back the date when older Oregonians can expect to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, blaming the delay on the federal government promising reserve... [Read More]
As Oregon braces for protests beginning this weekend and leading up to the presidential inauguration Jan. 20, the city of Portland made a specific request to building... [Read More]
The Oregon Health Authority late Friday afternoon announced the detection of the first case of a mutation of the COVID-19 virus first identified in December... [Read More]
The Oregon Health Authority late Friday afternoon announced the detection of the first case of a mutation of the COVID-19 virus first identified in December... [Read More]
Oregonians older than age 80 will be vaccinated beginning Feb. 8. [Read More]
Early Wednesday morning, a landslide near the small town of Dodson, Ore., in the Columbia River Gorge swept away 50-year-old Jennifer Camus Moore while she... [Read More]
As Oregon braces for protests beginning this weekend and leading up to the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20, the city of Portland made a specific request... [Read More]
Australian authorities have decided they will not euthanize a racing pigeon originally thought to be from Oregon after determining its identifying leg band is counterfeit. [Read More]
Another of Portland's best food carts is graduating to a brick-and-mortar restaurant. Nacheaux, the distinctively teal-colored truck with a dabbing... [Read More]
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