Video: 3 questions with Cleveland High School Rose Festival princess, Callie Krevanko
Cleveland High School named seniorCallie Krevanko, 18, its Rose Festival Princess today.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Police officer shot in Hillsdale; farmers market at PSU returns: SE and SW Portland news
A police officer was shot in Hillsdale near Wilson High School Wednesday, but the injury was not life-threatening.
Our Opinion: Aging bridges can no longer be ignored
The crossing project was left for dead by the 2014 Oregon Legislature, which failed to move forward with a one-state plan to build a new Interstate 5 bridge.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Affordable housing: Are reasonable rentals disappearing in your neighborhood?
Joe Clement, 27, wants Portlanders to have an open, honest discussion about the city's role in protecting affordable housing.
Central Eastside streetcar bills coming due; Shamrock Run preparation: SE and SW Portland news
Good morning Southeast and Southwest Portlanders! Yesterday I visited with a Sellwood man whose apartment might be torn down to make room for infill houses.
Strip Club Guide 2014: Strip Steak
And what's more substantial than steak? We visited a handful of nudie joints and sampled their flesh-here's what we found.
Strip Club Guide 2014: Our Favorite Clubs from A to Z
Acropolis is a Portland institution. This giant Sellwood club is famous for steaks from its own ranch, 65 tap beers, a big salad bar , and, of course, three stages of pole-chritudinous dancers who entertain crowds of first-timer college kids and couples with a combination of sophisticated pole work, sexy over-the-bar cat crawls and good-humored ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Flashing beacons on Barbur; gastronomy meets geometry in Ladd's Addition: SE and SW Portland news
Barbur Boulevard, in Portland, can be a challenge for cyclists. In this photo, one occupies a lane while another, farther ahead, occupies a concrete walkway.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Readers name Portland's best burger: Diner 2014
One of the more modest offerings at Killer Burger, our readers' pick for the best burger in the Portland metro area.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
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Sellwood and Woodstock Libraries celebrate 150th birthday - Thursday, 06 March 2014 00:00
Here's a conundrum: Both of these Inner Southeast Libraries - Sellwood-Moreland, and Woodstock - are 150 years old, and yet the communities in which they are located are nowhere near that old! How can that be? There's a simple explanation.
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Arriving in the 1800s: the Swedes of Portland - Thursday, 06 March 2014 00:00
Imagine you are just 16 years old again, a young girl, and are leaving your own country to live in a land where people speak another language and have different customs and values than you are used to.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Deep Southeast, part 1: where (and where not) to eat in Milwaukie
By Visitor7 [CC-BY-SA-3.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons By Visitor7 [CC-BY-SA-3.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons Did you make a wrong turn off of Woodstock? Did think highway 99 would never end? Did you think SE Milwaukie Ave. in Sellwood was just a name? Surprise: you are now in the actual city of Milwaukie and, to make matters worse, you're hungry.
Ralph and Irene High count their blessings in 67 years of marriage
Ralph and Irene High of Vancouver have been through good times and hard times in their 67 years of marriage.
Plywood Report: Silver Moon Creperie to Open in Former Honey Pot Space
Are crepes the new cupcakalecronut? Another creperie will soon open in the N. Mississippi Avenue space once occupied by the Honey Pot Bakery : Owners Chris and Theresa Therrien recently relocated from Dover, New Hampshire to Portland, bringing their seven-year-old Silver Moon Creperie concept along with them.
County candidates float ideas for bridges
At a Wednesday, Feb. 26, debate, Francesconi, a lawyer and former Portland city commissioner, proposed creating a regional bridge authority with other governments to maintain the bridges.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Special report: How Portland stopped building neighborhood greenways
Portland's construction of low-traffic, low-stress neighborhood streets for biking, walking and recreation has slowed to a crawl.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
When motorized vehicles began to appear on Southeast streets
As E. Henry Wemme drove his homemade model Stanley Steamer down the cobblestones of Front Street in 1899, Portland was witnessing the beginnings of the auto era.