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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".

Population: 582130
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University

Zip Codes associated with portland, oregon: 97201 97202 97203 97204 97205 97206 97209 97210 97211 97212 97213 97214 97215 97216 97217 97218 97219 97220 97221 97222 97223 97224 97225 97227 97229 97230 97231 97232 97233 97236 97266 97267
Towns/Cities near portland, oregon : Pearl Sunnyside North Tabor Raleigh Hills Milwaukie Grant Park Arbor Lodge Piedmont Maywood Park

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Gerry Frank's picks: Find the best baked goods at Cannon Beach Bakery and Grand Central Bakery

It's safe to say Cannon Beach Bakery knows what they're doing with over 50 years in the business and four generations of bakers under their belt. Begin your morning routine with a hot coffee from the espresso bar and a freshly baked goodie whether it be a traditional glazed doughnut, maple bar, fritter or bear claw or a more unique choice such as the Swedish Tosca bar, a sailor jacks muffin or a more savory quiche.

The fascinating history of 25 Portland public-art gems

"Statue-watching is apparently a dead art. At least in Portland." So declared The Oregonian in 1965.

Time to weigh in on designs for new entrance and nature center for Forest Park

The City of Portland is putting the finishing touches on designs for a major new nature center and "iconic" entrance to Forest Park . Now is the time to share your comments so that the resulting project is as welcoming as possible to people who arrive by bicycle.

About 100 gallons of sewage spill into N. Portland storm drain that empties into Willamette River

An estimated 100 gallons of sewage spilled into a storm drain that empties into the Willamette River on Wednesday in North Portland, according to the city's Bureau of Environmental Services. Additional sewage soaked into the ground on River Street near Albina Avenue , bureau spokeswoman Diane Dulken said in a news release.

Portland making the most of a Smart Citya momentum

The city of Portland made headlines last year when it was one of seven cities from across the country in the running for a total $50 million prize in the Smart City Challenge - a national competition that asked cities to come up with transportation plans for systems that would use data and technology to help people and goods move more efficiently and cost-effectively. When the city of Columbus, Ohio, ended up walking away with the prize money, Portland found itself faced with a choice.

Portland writer's novel, 'My Abandonment,' will be a movie starring Ben Foster

Actor Ben Foster, who costars in the Oscar-nominated "Hell or High Water," will star in "My Abandonment," the movie adaptation of Portland writer Peter Rock's novel. The movie is scheduled to begin shooting in Portland in April.

Boeing brings new system production to Gresham

The Boeing Fabrication facility in Gresham will begin to produce new systems designed to improve production efficiency, reduce cost and support manufacturing in the United States. "It's not a common thing for Boeing to reverse and bring work systems internally," said Don Hendrickson, program manager for Boeing Portland.

'Mad Men'-era midcentury modern for sale at $569,900

Whisper the name Robert Rummer to midcentury modern fans, and you'll hear roars of approval. The respected developer created neighborhoods of distinctive houses, some with interior atriums.

Film flashback: Portland's golden age of movie theaters

Oregonians love going to the movies. We support a myriad of film festivals, and when mega-blockbusters open, we line up at the multiplex to marvel at the 3D/IMAX spectacles.

'His Eye is on the Sparrow' extends run at The Armory

The run of "His Eye is on the Sparrow," Larry Parr's stirring one-woman musical that celebrates the life of groundbreaking artist Ethel Waters, has been extended. Performances will continue through March 26. Timothy Douglas returns to The Armory to direct the production and Darius Smith makes his debut as music director and accompanist.

Brant Williams reflects on 'moving things forward' in Lake Oswego

When Lake Oswego Redevelopment Director Brant Williams retires next month, he'll leave behind a city that looks different in many ways than it did when he arrived in Lake Oswego more than a decade ago. Some of the changes are big, like the downtown Wizer Block development.

August Wilson Monologue Competition Portland Regional Finals in One Week

What does it mean to present an evening of theatre and music that is unapologetically ethnic? According to the August Wilson Red Door Project, you start with talented and determined Portland area high school students performing the work of master playwright, August Wilson, move to the contemporary resonance of the powerful monologues of Hands Up, and weave throughout the music that has helped forge a culture - from its African beginnings to blues to jazz to hip hop. The formal occasion for the show is the August Wilson Monologue Competition, a national contest that the Red Door brought to Portland in 2013.

Man taken to hospital for smoke inhalation in NW Portland apartment fire

Fire crews responded to the report of a fire in an apartment building on Northwest Everett Street between 20th and 21st avenues on Feb. 22, 2017. A man was taken to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation Wednesday after a fire broke out in a Northwest Portland apartment.

Movie picks: King Kong, comedians, 'The Red Turtle'

The latest animated treasure from Japan's Studio Ghibli isn't precisely in the mold of the company's retired, legendary co-founder Hayao Miyazaki . Its visual style owes as much to 18th-century woodcuts and Tintin comics as to traditional anime, but its story, told entirely without dialogue, is timeless.

Demonstrators, Calling for Ted Wheeler's Resignation, Once Again Shut Down Portland City Council

As promised, a group of demonstrators upset over Mayor Ted Wheeler's early term shut down Portland City Council this morning, demanding Wheeler resign immediately. Instead, Wheeler had apparently reported for jury duty as activists pledging to "shut down the #shitshow" made their way to the front of council chambers just after 9:30 am, prompting council to recess almost as soon as their meeting had convened.

Grain and Gristle is Now Portland's Finest Beer Taproom

Blond-wood, low-light gastropub Grain & Gristle began in 2011 with a preposterous premise-that a food-happy bar co-owned by Upright brewer Alex Ganum should have regular, everyday, boring beers that mostly didn't come from his own brewery. Look, I like going to that little cash-only Upright brewery basement on game day as much as anybody, but think: For nearly six years, we were denied the pleasure of sitting down to one of the best burgers in town while drinking Portland's finest Pilsner or cherry lambic.

Portland Is the 12th Worst City For Commuting In The Country

A study by INRIX confirms how much our traffic sucks by ranking us as the city with the 12th worst commute in the country, and 40th in the world. That's out of 240 US cities and 1,064 worldwide.

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