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  1. Parking getting scarce, costlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    There are 5,967 curbside parking spaces in the section of Northwest Portland covered by the latest Northwest Portland Parking Plan. So far this year, the Portland Bureau of Transportation has sold 6,953 annual parking permits to residents and businesses in that area.

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  2. Oasis opens in East Portland food desertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    Last week they made their own popcorn, tossing in fresh herbs from the garden for flavoring - oregano, rosemary, even mint. Other students harvested their own ingredients for a kid-friendly kale salad: carrots, radishes, butter lettuce and edible flowers from the children's garden on site.

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  3. PTSD survivor Chad Brown hooks a new lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    A decade after leaving the U.S. Navy, Chad Brown wandered Portland streets fighting post-traumatic stress disorder with alcohol and opiates and selling his blood plasma to survive. But that ended miraculously five years ago.

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  4. Bits & Pieces: The DrammysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    The 37th annual Drammy Awards were held Monday at the Newmark Theatre, honoring the best of the Portland-area theater scene from 2014-15. All winners can be found at www.drammyawards.org.

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  5. Live MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    L.A. rockers Madus just released their new EP "All The Way!" and the title cut is a punchy angular tune that would appeal to fans of Arctic Monkeys, Muse and OK Go. This is a band not afraid to take chances, combining the tightness of alternative rock with the tempo-shifting experimentation of Incubus.

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  6. Head outdoors to view sculptures in Lake ORead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    The exhibit pieces will be prominently displayed through July and August, culminating with a public celebration Aug. 30 at Lake Oswego's Millennium Plaza. All work is viewable 24 hours a day, within a six-block radius of downtown Lake Oswego.

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  7. The Short ListRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    It's decision time - where to watch fireworks, with the Portland area's biggest displays at Fort Vancouver on the Columbia River, the Waterfront Blues Festival on the Willamette River, Oaks Park on the Willamette, Corbett, North Plains and the St. Paul Rodeo. Among the big events to consider: Estacada Timber Festival, 5 to 11 p.m. Friday, July 3, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, July 4 ; Independence Day at Fort Vancouver, 8 a.m. Saturday, July 4 .

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  8. My View: Time to look at transportation differentlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    On June 17, the Portland City Council enacted a resolution adopting Vision Zero, which sets a goal of eliminating fatalities and serious injuries from traffic crashes over the next 10 years. This is an ambitious goal - since 1996, an average of 36 Portlanders are killed each year and many more are injured due to traffic violence - but one that will have massive and obvious benefits to our city's health and welfare if we can achieve it.

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  9. Psst. Wanna sell a picture of White Stag sign? Call your lawyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    Southeast Portland's Vintage Roadside has run into a legal fracas because it sells prints of a 1975 photo showing the historic 75-year-old White Stage sign. The small gift shop sells the prints for between $25 and $40 on its Etsy website .

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  10. 'Food forest' takes root in LentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    For the folks behind Malden Court Community Orchard, it would have to include lots of food for humans to eat, a variety of plants for pollinators and a root system that cleans storm water run-off. The orchard is rapidly taking shape this summer after its first work party, Saturday, June 13, that attracted about 50 people to the site, including Thorns player McCall Zerboni and Timbers player Jeanderson Salvador Pereira, through Hands On Greater Portland's Stand Together Week.

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  11. Mark & Dave: Food carts mistaken for homeless camps?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    We're not the top dog but we made the list of NerdWallet's most foodie city in America. We came in second.

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  12. One thing leads to anotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    It may be a clichA that one thing leads to another, but for Dan Stiles, a Portland illustrator and designer, that statement has such personal resonance that he used it to title his recently released book. Although "One Thing Leads to Another" is described as a monograph of his work, Stiles wanted it to be so much more "than a book full of pictures," he says.

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  13. Bits & Pieces: Amazon's bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    The Amazon.com Editorial Team has announced its Best Books of the Year So Far, a midyear retrospective. It awarded the most recommended book to Helen Macdonald's "H is for Hawk," which describes a journey from crippling grief to something resembling grace on the wings of another deadly bird of prey - the notoriously prickly, and murderous, goshawk.

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  14. Readers' Letters: Pedestrians, bicyclists also need to take careRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Portland Tribune

    As a frequent user of mass transit, as well as a reluctant driver, I understand all the difficulties surrounding safety on our streets. I curse and swear at all the drivers who seem to ignore me at intersections, but in the next breath, I understand how difficult it is to watch for every possible pedestrian approaching an intersection while driving .

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  15. Police union defends officers in fatal shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Portland Tribune

    Although police say the suspect was shot and killed after pulling a starter pistol on two officers, Turner says they had only a split second to decide whether to defend themselves and two associates of the suspect standing nearby. "It shows how quickly a routine encounter can escalate and how little time officers have to react.

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  16. Psst. Wanna buy a picture of the White Stag sign? Gonna cost yaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Portland Tribune

    Southeast Portland's Vintage Roadside has run into a legal fracas because it sells prints of a 1975 photo showing the historic 75-year-old White Stage sign. The small gift shop sells the prints for between $25 and $40 on its Etsy website .

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  17. Two struggling Portland schools receive millions in federalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Portland Tribune

    Three elementary schools have picked up $5.1 million in federal School Improvement Grants, the Oregon Department of Education announced Thursday. Two of them are in Northeast Portland, Prescott Elementary School of Parkrose School District and Margaret Scott Elementary School of Reynolds School District.

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  18. Three Lents redevelopment projects get city go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Portland Tribune

    The Portland Development Commission approved city aid Wednesday for three redevelopment projects in Lents, including one slated to replace the New Copper Penny nightclub on the southeast corner of Foster Road and 92nd Avenue. That site is widely seen as Ground Zero for the city urban renewal agency's longstanding efforts to rebuild Lents' traditional commercial center.

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  19. 'Food forest' takes root in LentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Portland Tribune

    For the folks behind Malden Court Community Orchard, it would have to include lots of food for humans to eat, a variety of plants for pollinators and a root system that cleans storm water run-off. The orchard is rapidly taking shape this summer after its first work party, Saturday, June 13, that attracted about 50 people to the site, including Thorns player McCall Zerboni and Timbers player Jeanderson Salvador Pereira, through Hands On Greater Portland's Stand Together Week.

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  20. Taking steps to break the snitch codeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Portland Tribune

    Rod Underhill thinks he soon may have a strategic weapon in the fight against gang violence, which appears to be surging this spring. The Multnomah County district attorney says the single biggest impediment to solving and prosecuting gang shootings has long been the lack of witnesses willing to come forward and testify.

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