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Portland police dog killed in the line of duty protecting human partner in shootout
Chelsea Clinton, 34, reveals she is PREGNANT: Bill and Hill 'thrilled' as daughter announces she is expecting her first child... and 'just hopes to be as good a mom as Hillary' 'Boy parties and a prelude to an orgy': Revealed, X-Men director Bryan Singer's wild pool parties and how he met his 'rape victim' at home of Hollywood power player jailed ... (more)
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Snail mail! Oregon man gets postcard sent to his great-grandmother 70 YEARS ago
Perms, booze, free love and really tight speedos... and that's just the men: Take a terrifying look at Spring break in the 1980s The shocking video of masked men snatching a screaming boy, four, from a park... that turned out to be two cousins filming a YouTube PRANK Heavily tattooed 'psychopath' dubbed 'one of the most dangerous people' doctor had ... (more)
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Homer's Best Bets
Members of the Kachemak Bay Wooden Boat Society pose with Homer Boat Yard owner Mike Stockburger after he moved the Indomita from West Hill to the boat yard on Kachemak Drive last Friday.
The Pordland Mercury
Approved for Adoption Jung Henin and Laurent Boileau's 2012 film based on Jung's graphic novel that "retells his experience as a South Korean adoptee growing up in Europe."
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Plywood Report: Bend's Pono Farm Opening Japanese Spot in Hollywood
Bend-based butcher shop Pono Farm & Fine Meats - which operates a stand at the Portland Farmers Market - will soon open a Portland outpost, but it'll be different from its Southern Oregon deli counter.
Clay Boothby hangs a shingle - Heidi Nel joins Picture Motion -...
CLAY BOOTHBY HANGS A SHINGLE: Clay Boothby is leaving Ketchum to launch his own lobbying and public affairs firm.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Syrinx Effect Caps Off Their West Coast Tour At Jaam Rek Studios In Seattle
Thursday April 24, Syrinx Effect, the "electronic chamber jazz" duo that is known for their experimental and skilled work with electronics as well as for their compositional pieces and features acclaimed musicians Kate Olson playing saxophone and Naomi Siegel playing trombone, will officially debut their new EP Snail Songs with a release party at ... (more)
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles is regaining the appeal it had a century ago as a place to live and play as well as to work.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Pink Martini, von Trapps bring their musical sounds to Mount Baker Theatre
Pink Martini perform with the The von Trapps at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at Mount Baker Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St. in Bellingham.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Federal investigators find accused sex trafficker's journal titled 'Denial of a Pimp': court records
Taquarius Kaream Ford, 34, faces a federal indictment accusing him of sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion.
The Pordland Mercury
Clearly, Portland's newest comics and illustration festival has some pretty lofty goals.
A Vital History of Captain America at the Movies and on TV
WITH Captain America: The Winter Soldier shattering box office records this weekend, it is an opportune time to recall that this iconic Marvel superhero - and symbol of non-ironic Americana - has not always been treated very well by Hollywood.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
H.P. Lovecraft Festival, environmental docs and zombies: Also Showing April 11-17
"American Promise" : During this screening of the PBS-broadcast documentary about the challenges of growing up black and male in America, the audience will be able to utilize a smartphone app to respond to the film in real time.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Realistic role-playing drama Always Sometimes Monsters dated for May
Indie developer Vegabond Dog's upcoming real-life-based RPG Always Sometimes Monsters is due for a PC release on 21st May, publisher Devolver Digital has announced.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Food & Wine
You've read about them before: the $750 cupcake and $5,000 burger you can find in Las Vegas; the $10,000 martini on sale in West Hollywood.
Portland's red light cameras: Reader questions, comments about program's cash flow problems
Oregonian commuting columnist Joseph Rose takes on the claims that the city of Portland likes to reduce the duration of yellow lights at intersections red-light cameras.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Food & Wine
What it Feels Like to Learn You're a Best New Chef
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The Big Screen
With the NCAA Women's Tournament going, and Shoni Schimmel's Louisville reigning as one of the best teams, it's a good time to download the movie about the Schimmel family, namely Shoni, who played two years of prep basketball at Franklin High in Portland after living most of her life on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla in Eastern Oregon.