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Ann Curry – Journalist

In New York City, the sport of piecing together what happened to Ann Curry at NBC’s Today show is still very much in play. New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, and a book by reporter Brian Stelter on the cutthroat nature of television news have all detailed NBC’s decision to push Curry out […]

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Piknik Park Opens

A new food cart pod opens in Sellwood, called PIKNIK PARK, located at SE 11th& Tacoma next to New Season’s market. They have 8 Food Carts and a Beer Garden, with both covered seating and open seating under big shady trees. The Grand Opening is Oct. 9-10-11 with free tastings. Vendors: Frank & Stein– Local Craft Beer, […]

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Million Dollar Campaign Launches

Work for Art launches million dollar campaign The Regional Arts & Culture Council has announced plans to raise $1 million during Work for Art’s 10th anniversary campaign benefitting local arts and culture organizations. Mike Golub, President of Business Operations for the Portland Timbers, announced the goal on Thursday evening in front of 100 business and […]

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Retail Designer Panel

Recap: Design Museum Portland’s UNITE Retail Design Portland retail design experts shared inside secrets and creative insight at Pioneer Place for Design Museum Portland’s Unite Retail Design discussion. The all female panel included; Nike’s Young Athletes Global Retail Brand Director Kimberley Yaeger, ACME Scenic & Display’s VP of Sales & Marketing Suzy Alexander, and Andee […]

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Seth Aaron Eyewear

The talented and prolific avant-garde designer with a rock-star sensibility, Project Runway winner, Seth Aaron, is launching his own line of fashion eyewear.  Seth worked closely with the Eyewear Design Alliance (EDA) of Beaverton, Oregon, to create his unique and stunning line of optical eyeglass frames and sunglasses in styles for men, women, and unisex. […]

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Rowdy Roddy Piper RIP

A Portland legend, and celebrity Roddy Piper (Roderick George Toombs), 61, passed away last night in Los Angeles, California of natural causes. Famous not for just being a wrestler, but also for his role in the John Carpenter classic They Live. Last Summer in Portland he acted in the locally produced motion picture “The Reconciler”, which […]

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Pearl Neighbor News – Summer 2015

Annual Block Party On September 11th, from 5 to 9 pm, the Pearl District Neighborhood Association (PDNA) hosts the Pearl Party, its annual street party and fundraiser, which takes place every year on the second Friday of September, closing off one block of historic NW 13th at NW Hoyt. There will be a live band […]

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Camas – WA Summer 2015

Vintage & Art A  vintage, antique, and art lover’s paradise in the lovely tree-lined streets of Downtown Camas. The Downtown Camas Vintage & Art Faire, Saturday, August 29t, brings 60-plus vendors to town with artful and restored treasures to spend the day exploring. Vintage offerings include furniture, home and garden items, clothing, jewelry, and accessories. […]

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