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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Reverend's BBQ: a work-in-progress in SE Portland
The big, sloppy and supremely beefy Good Reverend burger at Sellwood-Moreland's Reverend's BBQ.
Ferns, cliffs, "a beautiful tiara" of stonework await on guided tour up Portland's Rocky Butte Thursday
The walk begins in forest where leaves and ferns and moss glow so richly that the air itself seems tinged with green.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Oregon Craft Beer Month gets rolling: Beer events for the July 4 week
Brewer David Vohden has been hard at work at 13 Virtues, the new, expanded brewery at Philadelphia's in Sellwood/Moreland.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
end: 19 Things to Do and See in Portland, July 3-6
But it's miraculously neither preachy nor squirm-inducing, thanks to performer Eleanor O'Brien.
Portland Parks Bond: Here's where millions of dollars of your money could go
Portland Commissioner Amanda Fritz released a draft list of projects to be funded by a $68 million bond measure.
Pennsylvania Perogies: Made By Your Grandma in a Church Basement
Our 50 Plates tour continues with the St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Orthodox Church's take on Eastern European dumplings Summer is road-trip season, so we're taking a culinary tour of all of America's 50 states.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
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Thu Jun 26, 2014
Parks' 'free for all' spices up summer
Portland parks are going to be hopping with activity the rest of the summer, thanks to the annual nights of concerts and movies and other fun things.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Free tango concert; cat rides on police officer's shoulder: SE and SW Portland news
World-renowned tango musicians will be performing at Reed College Saturday evening following the week-long Tango Music Institute.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
OMSI plans apartment, hotel development; Ashcreek house burns: SE and SW Portland news
Saturday is the first day of summer, and the temperature is expected to climb into the 80s on the days that follow.
Readers recall perilous drives, childhood excitement during 1964 Christmas flood: Clackamas County comments
Even memories of scary events can be tinged with the excitement of childhood. The 1964 Christmas flood wreaked damage on the Pacific Northwest from northern California to about Seattle, but not all the memories are bad for those who lived through it.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
The Pordland Mercury
Losing My Religion
HYPE IS A HARSH DEITY . And few restaurant launches were more anticipated in early 2014 than Reverend's BBQ in Sellwood, for so many reasons.
Oregon Zoo has new young otter; The Meating Place opens: SE and SW Portland news
Samantha Bakall reports The Meating Place, a full-service butcher and meat shop, opened Tuesday in Pastaworks on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard.
Summer Guide 2014: Park Life
Here's the blueprint for the vast manor that is Portland. Without dispute, this inner-Southeast park is where the city parties.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
'Nerd' costume bike ride photos; Higgins influence on Portland cuisine: SE and SW Portland news
Construction begins today on a new wing at Central Catholic High School . The project, which will be completed by August 2015, coincides with the school's celebration of its 75th year in operation.