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La Bici

Teatro Milagro announces La Bici, an episodic video play series focusing on bike safety as it relates to technology, community, infrastructure, accessibility, environmentalism, art, camping, road tripping, altars and ghost …

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Artichoke Live Music Returns with Sonny Hess and RCF

This month, Artichoke Music heralds its return to live music (at 50 percent capacity in accordance with the statewide mandate). Livestreams will continue as well. All event info and tickets …

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Green Dreams: Re-imaging Portland

The Portland Parks Foundation, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Portland Art Museum, Converge 45 and Urbanism Next invite you to participate in the next series of programs with leading voices …

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Earth Day

Thursday, April 22 is Earth Day. The first Earth Day was in 1970 and gave a voice to an emerging public consciousness about the state of the planet. It went …

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Laurelhurst Two-Part Workshop

Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association will present a two-part, in-person workshop on implicit bias and institutionalized oppression by Dr. James Mason. Session 1: Sunday, May 23, Session 2: Sunday, June 6. Both …

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Police Union Faces Funding, Staffing and Public Relations Difficulties

Op-Ed By Don MacGillivray Currently the City of Portland and the police union are in the middle of difficult contract negotiations. There is a high degree of polarization going on …

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Neighborhood Notes April 2021

HAND By Jill Riebesehl Three main issues dominated Hosford-Abernethy Neighborhood Association’s concerns this winter, none of which required action from the board, which holds elections in May. All are welcome …

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Silver Linings & Blessings in Disguise

Spoken word meets the written word in Silver Linings and Blessings in Disguise, Portland Storytellers Guild’s monthly Saturday evening event streamed on Zoom, March 6 at 7 pm. The tellings …

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Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge Draft Open for Public Comment

The public is invited to review and comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for Multnomah County’s Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge project.  The project is designed to ensure the …

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Mt. Scott Community Center as a Homeless Shelter

By Daniel Perez-Crouse Since November 2020, The Mt. Scott Community Center has been a 24-hour homeless shelter with 75 beds and it will remain this way until spring.  Portland Parks …

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Webinars Focus on Racial and Housing Equity

By David Krogh Ever since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May, there has been an increase in awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement and groups calling …

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2021 Metro Central Community Grants

The 2021 Metro Central Enhancement Community Grants program is funded by a $1 surcharge on each ton of waste processed at the Metro Central Transfer Station. The grants benefit the …

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