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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

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Portland News
Affordable housing without rezoning: Guest opinion

Portland's Bureau of Planning and Sustainability opposes a developer's request to re-zone residential property in Walnut Park to allow a 60-foot tall commercial/mixed use behemoth into this quiet neighborhood. Now the developer is asking the Portland City Council to give his project special treatment by promising to provide affordable housing.

Think & Drink with Rinku Sen and Mary Li

Oregon Humanities' Think & Drink series explores systems that create and perpetuate racial and economic inequality in the United States-in criminal justice, property law, banking, and other areas-and how people are organizing to change those systems. The series will conclude Wednesday, May 16 , with a conversation offering local and national perspectives on these issues with Rinku Sen, one of the leading voices in the racial justice movement, and Mary Li, director of the Multnomah Idea Lab.

ODOT in hot seat as debate over 82nd Avenue safety upgrades continues

Late last month Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and nine other politicians - including his council colleagues, Multnomah County commissioners and state legislators - skewered ODOT for their, "lack of stewardship and prioritization of state highways." At issue is 82nd Avenue, one of the state's "orphaned highways" that gets managed like a freeway; but also happens to be a neighborhood street that people want to use on foot, by bike, and with transit safely and efficiently.

Five New(ish) Portland Record Stores to Visit This Record Store Day

Speck's has a little bit of everything, emphasis on "little." Occupying a sliver of real estate along Kenton's main drag, it's the kind of used-vinyl oasis you'd expect to stumble across in a much smaller town, where the selection is modest but varied, the prices are reasonable and music history seems to have ended sometime in the mid-'90s.

National School Walkout: Hundreds of students march in Portland for gun reform

More than 1,000 Portland high school students converged downtown after walking out of school Friday morning to protest gun violence, the third mass demonstration in the two months since a shooter killed 14 students and three staffers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Portland students joined their peers across the country during the nationally organized event that fell on the 19th anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School.

MAX stabbing mural: Artists begin transforming Hollywood Transit Center

The chalk messages of hope and unity and solidarity are long gone from the Hollywood Transit Center's walls in Northeast Portland, nearly 11 months after two people were stabbed and a third critically wounded on a MAX train here. The team of artists tasked with transforming the drab concrete walls into a temporary mural put brush to canvas Friday.

Federal judge considers 'conditional' approval of changes to police reform settlement

A federal judge Thursday said he's considering directing lawyers for the city and U.S. Department of Justice to return to court in six months to see whether proposed changes to a settlement agreement on police reforms are working as planned. U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon noted the city is currently not in compliance with the settlement agreement because of the lack of community oversight for nearly a year and a half.

Swanky 'Mad Men'-era Portland home has a splashy heart-shaped pool

No builder thought to include a home theater or indoor climbing wall when midcentury modern or ranch-style homes first hit the market. But the "Mad Men"-era dwellings were designed to be flexible, to change with occupants' needed and as technology advanced.

Your Guide to Record Store Day in Portland

All the limited edition vinyl, special DJ sets and Monster Energy Drinks you can handle, and where to find them. This Saturday, April 21, is Record Store Day .

One of Portland's Only Country Bars Is Closing This Weekend

Duke's Country Bar & Grill inspired an early Taylor Swift song and has acted as a local stomping ground for stars like Toby Keith. Co-owner Jeff Plew told his staff Tuesday night that the storied venue, which has acted as the local stomping grounds for country stars like Toby Keith and launching pad for Taylor Swift , had been sold to a medical office company for development.

Portland Pub Quizmaster's Amazingly Sassy Goodbye Cake Tops "16 Most Savage" List

That's what happened to local tech executive Amy Dunn-who recently found a photo of her jokingly aggressive goodbye party cake at the top of BuzzFeed's "16 Savage Cakes" list . "Goodbye forever!," the cake, which is number 10 on the list, reads above a skeleton hand giving the middle finger.

More Spring/Summer Lookbook Style

I'm back with another spring/summer roundup, and truth be told, this is my favorite time of year for lookbooks. That's because the heart of many/most Portland lookbooks is the perfect dress .

Portland's secret marble 'mausoleum' mansion sells for $500,000

Every house has a story but some are better than others: A 1928 mansion in Southwest Portland was built with leftover stone from the Columbia River Highway . Inside, expensive wood and marble from downtown hotel projects mysteriously ended up here, too.

Jeffrey's Joint

10 am-10 pm Monday-Saturday, 11 am-7 pm Saturday. Jeffrey's is Portland's first true cannabis bodega, a one-stop for tinctures, drinks and munchies.

The 18 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: April 18-24

FRANKIE COSMOS, IAN SWEET, SOAR Vessel , the latest album from Frankie Cosmos , sounds like one long poem set to music. Kline's been playing music since she was a teenager, and released her debut studio album, 2014's Zentropy , when she was just 19. But she's worn her youth uncomfortably.

Workers of 2nd Portland-area Burgerville looking to unionize

Workers from the regional chain's Gladstone-area store are filing for a union election Wednesday, according to campaign spokesman Emmett Schlenz. He said there's very strong support of a union among store employees.

Portland inks agreement with tech startup to get data on bicycle rides

The city inked a five-year agreement with Ride Report , a Portland-based tech startup, to share user data with transportation officials. The company will be paid $30,000 the first year, but its chief executive said it's possible that public funds could increase in subsequent years.

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