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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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Montavilla March 2019

By Brad Donohue Spring is in the air, and maybe it’s hard to tell, but all across Portland neighborhoods, people are talking about ‘Spring Clean-up’, and Montavilla is no exception. …

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Short takes…arts news of note

SE ARTWALK CALL TO ARTISTS – Interested artists and hosts apply at seareaartwalk.wordpress.com/application-process. Fill out the application and follow directions for payment. The SE Area ARTWalk is a free, self-guided …

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Equinox Celebrations

By Right Rev. Roland Lakey Most of us know that at some time in September, we have what is called an equinox.  Many know that translates, from the Latin, as …

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Hugh-logy

Bagpipes echoed off Mt. Tabor’s hillside as the celebration of life came to a close for Hugh Winchester Ewart, Concert Master for the Oregon Symphony for three decades in the …

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Wellness Word June 17

Editor’s note: Wellness Word is an informational column which is not meant to replace a health care professional’s diagnosis, treatment or medication. Yin and Yang of Fortified Foods The legacy …

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Rip City Grill

By Nancy Tannler One of the most interesting experiences of life is hearing stories from the people who live and work in this community. Everyone has their own trajectory and …

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