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  • The Portland Mercado: Great Food and Sense of Community
    The Portland Mercado: Color, carts and community
    Take the Foster Road exit off I-205 and head west about a mile down the road. You’ll soon see a rainbow of warm colors and activity that has become Portland’s Hispanic Mercado. It’s a gathering place for good food, shopping and a...
  • Creo Chocolate
    Experience The Story of Chocolate in Portland with Creo Chocolate
    Creo means "I believe" in Spanish and Latin "I create," two terms that form the ethos of Creo Chocolate. Located at 122 NE Broadway in Portland, Oregon, this newly opened family run chocolate factory produces organic and...
  • HUMP! Festival
    The HUMP! Festival Returns to Portland This Weekend
    Now entering it's 11th years, sex columnist Dan Savage's amateur dirty movie festival comes to Portland this weekend. These good old-fashioned homemade porn short films feature a ranges of sexual orientations and genders expressing the...
  • Palio Dessert and Expresso House Hosted the Walk Event
    World Walking Day: Another excuse to be outdoors in beautiful Portland
    Some of us don’t need much of an excuse to get out and walk. It’s what we love to do. Many of us belong to local clubs of the American Volkssport Association (AVA). It’s a non-profit organization supporting local walking clubs.So...
  • A Finished Heart
    Interview: Eliott Cherry discusses one-man show, losing his partner to cancer
    Eliott Cherry did not plan to write a one-man show. Yet, after his partner of sixteen years gave him permission to tell the tale of his physical death, Cherry created A Finished Heart. As the writer and composer, Eliott utilized journals he kept...
  • Blue Lagoon
    How Portlanders Can Visit Iceland For Free
    The Pacific Northwest is known for its natural wonders: glaciers, volcanoes, hot springs and majestic waterfalls. It’s what attracts so many people to visit and move to the area. But if you want to ratchet up the adventure consider traveling...
  • Red Castle Games reopens after man crashes into store
    Red Castle Games reopens after man crashes into store
    Red Castle Games, a board game store in Portland, Ore., reopened yesterday after a suspected DUII driver crashed into the front of the store on Thursday, April 2. The store was closed Friday and volunteers and members of the community helped clean...
  • Guatemalan beaded jewelry is just one item you will find at area bazaars this spring.
    Spring bazaars in Portland and Vancouver slated for April 2015
    Cedar Hills Spring Bazaar: This Saturday, April 4th, 2015. The bazaar, pancake breakfast and egg hunts are at the Cedar Hills Rec Center 11640 S.W. Park Way in Portland. Activities and egg hunts are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pancake breakfast is $3 for...
  • An adult Taylor’s checkerspot perches on a paintbrush plant at the Oregon Zoo
    Oregon Zoo releases endangered butterflies
    The Oregon Zoo just released more than 500 endangered caterpillars into the wild. In an effort to save a species of butterfly currently listed under the U.S Endangered Species Act. Zoo staffers traveled to central Washington to release the...
  • Seafood Pad Mamoung
    Downtown Portland music series
    What’s better than great Thai food or great music? Listening to great music while having great food from Saithong Thai Fusion.Saithong Thai Fusion kicked off their Thursday music series on Thursday, March 19, 2015, from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m....
  • Tweedy performing at the KEXP studios on March 12th.
    Tweedy setlists: Missoula 3/11, Seattle 3/12, & Portland 3/14
    Got three setlists to catch up with from Tweedy's current Spring 2015 U.S. tour, so let's get right to 'em, okay?Top Hat Lounge, Missoula, MT 3/11:“Hazel” / “Fake Fur Coat” / “Diamond Light Pt. 1” / ...
  • Macaron Day is March 20th, The First Day of Spring
    March 20th celebrate Macaron Day in Portland
    On March 20th, 2015 it’s all about the macaron. When Nuvrei, in Portland’s Pearl District, launched their Macaron Bar, I fell in love with this light and delectable European treat. So when Nuvrei took the lead in hosting Macaron Day...
  • Japanese Historical Plaza Portland Oregon
    Friday the 13th: Japanese Historical Plaza explodes with cherry blossoms
    Photographers await the day when the cherry trees at Portland’s Japanese American Memorial on Naito Parkway are ready to bloom. And, sunny Friday the 13th was the day.Between the Steel Bridge and the Burnside Bridge along the Willamette...
  • Thirst Fest returns to Portland for a second time
    Thirst Fest returns to Portland for a second time
    Thirst Fest, a two-evening celebration returns to Portland’s cthis Friday and Saturday night. A wine, beer and spirits festival supporting the LGBTQ community, attendees will be able to sample an array of unique beverages.With over 40 craft...
  • Cellist Jussi Makkonen and pianist Ruusamari (Rosa) Teppo
    Two Finnish Musicians to Hold Jean Sibelius Concert March 20
    Portland, Oregon— Fans of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius can celebrate his 150th birthday with a concert performed by Sibelius’ great-great-granddaughter, pianist Ruusamari (Rosa) Teppo, with cellist Jussi Makkonen. The concert will...
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