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Portland has been referred to as the most environmentally friendly or "green" city in the United States and the second most in the world. It is also known for its large number of microbreweries and microdistilleries, as well as its coffee fanaticism. Marked by warm, dry summers and rainy but temperate winters, this climate is ideal for growing roses, and for more than a century, Portland has been known as "The City of Roses".
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University
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Demonstrators plan protest of Attorney General Sessions appearance in NW Portland
A group of protesters gathered Tuesday morning in Northwest Portland to greet U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions as he arrives to discuss sanctuary city policies with city and regional law enforcement officials. The attorney general's address is scheduled for 1 p.m. at the Portland field office for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, 1455 N.W. Overton St. About 150 people had gathered by about 11 a.m. The rally is led by members of Voz Hispana Cambio Comunitario and Milenio.org, two local immigrant rights groups, and Portland's Resistance is also listed on Facebook as a host of the event.Portland Metro Tuesday Traffic: Wet roads and freeways see spin out crashes; drive with care
If Tuesday morning's commute mirrors Monday's we'll see several spin out crashes caused by slick conditions due to wet road. It's been more than 90 days since Portland saw wet streets during a regular commute day and crashes on area on and off ramps and main freeways caused delays all day on Monday.Portland-area pets for adoption Sept. 19
Big floppy dogs. Small shy kittens. Rascally rabbits. Which is perfect for your temperament, your lifestyle, your floor space? Finding the right pet is never easy, but across the Portland area a passel of agencies is ready to help you find the right cat, dog or other adoptable animal for your home zoo.Things to Do This Week: September 18-21
Jesus , how the hell did we run up on the twilight of September so damn fast? I mean... the sun went out that one time and then it came back in time for it to rain ash, and then it just rained, and Trump is still in the White House so all that is kinda distracting, yeah-but the month shouldn't have moved this quick, right? Lets use this week as an opportunity to slow it down a little, and take in some of the great opportunities this calendar is offering.Washington dance prodigy gives 'Billy Elliot' a big lift
The story of a tween Brit's struggle to become a ballet dancer, against economic anguish and obstinate attitudes, is relatable to any aspiring artist, whether you sweat out theater reviews against deadlines or hand-knit yarn cat toys. Or both.A Mural Depicting Groundbreaking Women in Portland History Has Been Defaced
The mural, located at 2335 North Clark Ave., was painted in 2007 by the artist Robin Corbo. It is 18 feet high and 60 feet long and features women who've made significant contributions to the life of this city.Police ID man killed in SE Portland shooting
Police have publicly identified a man who was killed in a shooting early Sunday morning in Southeast Portland , within two blocks of Cleveland High School. Wilbert "Billy" Butler, 27, died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds, Portland police announced Monday.Feast Portland 2017: Five things we learned at the Pacific Northwest's signature food...
With the sixth annual Feast Portland in the books, here's a look back at the major events, top dishes and a little gossip from the Pacific Northwest's signature food festival. Even after a scheduling conflict and fire left the festival without two of it's top visiting chefs -- Ignacio Mattos of Estela and Aaron Franklin of Franklin BBQ , respectively -- Feast Portland still had its most exciting lineup to date, with exciting names filling the ranks at both big-tent events and exclusive dinners.Amazon to open North Portland fulfillment center, hire 1000
Workers unpack items shipped from affiliates to the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Enterprise South Industrial Park on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Workers unpack items shipped from affiliates to the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Enterprise South Industrial Park on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017, in Chattanooga, Tenn.The Mayor of Portland Is Cheerleading for a Highway Expansion
Ted Wheeler, the mayor of Portland, came out swinging last week against residents who are trying to stop a $450 million widening of I-5 in the Rose Quarter. For a city with a legacy of successful freeway revolts and a reputation as a national leader on sustainable transportation, it's a surprising turn to watch the mayor go full-on highway booster.2017 Emmys: Was that an awards show or a political rally?
Like the year in television it honored, the 2017 Emmy Awards show was so consumed with politics, at times it felt like the winners were going to announce they were running for office. From host Stephen Colbert's monologue to wins by such topical series as "The Handmaid's Tale," the 69th Primetime Emmys came across as a demonstration of Hollywood united in opposing President Donald Trump, and standing up for diversity.How firefighters saved the Multnomah Falls Lodge: 'We weren't going to let the fire win on this one'
Winds swirled like little tornados just yards from the Multnomah Falls Lodge . The air alternated between hot and cold.Man dies in early Sunday morning shooting in SE Portland
A man died a short while after being shot early Sunday morning in Southeast Portland, within two blocks of Cleveland High School. Police responded to the 3600 block of 28th Avenue, which is about a block south of Powell Boulevard, at 1:41 a.m. Homicide detectives and forensic investigators are studying the scene.Famous 1915 mansion near Washington Park restored by single mom
Gwen Berg was a single mom who never intended to also care for an old house. But for 17 years, she has poured love and attention into a property well known to architectural historians and even captivating to passersby on their way to Portland's Washington Park.BWW Review: An Adventure Through Time and Technology in THE (CURIOUS...
What kind of relationship do you have with your digital devices? Do you believe artificial intelligence will ever be capable of empathy? If it is, will it be enough, or is there something essential that only another human can provide? Madeleine George's Pulitzer Prize-nominated THE WATSON INTELLIGENCE takes the audience on a journey through time that explores the nature of our relationship with technology and, fundamentally, with other people. This production, directed by Philip Cuomo, works on every level.Old Grant HS lockers repurposed for homeless women in N. Portland
The Grant High School modernization project is now underway and that means out with the old and in with the new. But some of that old stuff is new again after the school donated it to local homeless women.Playing hooky in Portland: 10 fun grownup destinations
Fall is the time for grownups to reconnect and refresh after a summer of either herding one's kids or navigating hordes of other people's offspring. Here are a few suggestions for ways to enjoy some interesting local activities, sans little ones, day or night.
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