By Nancy Tannler Portland Water Bureau (PWB) announced plans to disconnect Reservoirs 1, 5 and 6 from the city’s drinking water and construct new piped connections, valves and other appurtenances on site that will allow continued operation of the water system without the use of the reservoirs. Several citizens [...]
By Don MacGillivray How well do you know your neighbors? Are they renting out a room or two to visitors from out of town? There...
By Don MacGillivray With the increase of the number of apartment buildings without parking and the anticipated general growth...
By Nancy Tannler The newest apartment building on a swiftly-changing street, 3339 Division is now open for residency and businesses. New...
. . . at SE 69th & Morrison If you photograph an interesting sight on the eastside of Portland...
By Midge Pierce Following the recent advance screening of Straw Bales Films’ Den$ity: Profits...
Spring preparations By Ken Whitten Late March is always a pleasure. The rains are still...
By Heather Waisanen The next Kerns Neighborhood Association meeting is Weds., March 19 at...
By Allen Field At the February meeting, Rolando Aquilizan from PPS and Steve Olson from DOWA/IBI...
By Kate Mitchell and Stephanie Stewart Our monthly meeting on February 19 meeting drew a...
The 24th Buckman Art Show and Sell is March 8 and 9 and held at 320 SE 16th Ave. 140 artists benefit Buckman Arts Focus Elementary School which includes a Sunday for the first time. To the right is George Perrou’s “Fiesta”. Live music with Little Sue, the funkified Quadraphonnes, [...]Read more ›
is part of Lane Gallery’s March show at 2627 SE Clinton St. There’s a party going on First Friday March 7 beginning at 6 pm and all are invited. 503.232.3526 www.gilalanestudio.com.Read more ›
Independent Women is a “devised” play mashing up ideas and images of Rosie the Riveter with Beyonce; a contemplation of women entering the work force in WWII with what it means to be a modern woman in these times. During World War II women entered the workforce in large numbers [...]Read more ›
For its fourth year, March Music Moderne has assembled a most inspired calendar of events musical and otherwise presented all over town in one ten day period, March 6 – 16. It’s a most cohesive imaginative, magnanimous offering of sounds that surely will never be heard this way again. This [...]Read more ›
Jim O’Neal has published his first book, Farewell to Hot Water, with The People’s Ink independent writers’ community here. The book is a wild jaunt featuring Seth, local family man, social worker, conscious citizen and survivalist, who, when a big storm flattens his home, takes to flight in the hills [...]Read more ›
Two shows celebrate new releases for Portland artists this month at Doug Fir, 830 E. Burnside. Jeremy Wilson and The Triangle perform Saturday March 8 and Casey Neill and The Norway Rats take the stage March 16. Former Dharma Bums/Pilot frontman Jeremy Wilson, along with Dylan-Thomas Vance and Matthew Rotchford [...]Read more ›
Sunday new music at Blue Monk is still hot and happening! The series, curated by saxophonist Mary Sue Tobin features outstanding new music from all over the country. This month of Sundays features Battle Hymns and Gardens featuring Reed Wallsmith and Joe Cunningham from Blue Cranes on March. 9; Michal [...]Read more ›
by Israel Hughes is part of a show of new work at 12×16 Gallery, 8235 SE 13th Ave. No. 5 this month with Hughes and Luke Dolkas. Both artists are founding members of the 12×16 and the show opens First Friday March 7, 6 pm. An Artists’ Reception is Sunday [...]Read more ›
On March 5th 2007, a car bomb exploded on Al Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad. 30 people were killed and more than 100 wounded. The street is the historic center of Baghdad bookselling and filled with bookstores, outdoor bookstalls, cafes, teashops and more. It is an important gathering place for the [...]Read more ›
Music Millennium opened its doors on the Ides of March in 1969 at 3 pm. The Beatles’ “It’s All Too Much” was turned up loud on the store’s impressive stereo and another chapter in what has made Portland… well,… Portland (disappeared a bit more each day these days) began. With [...]Read more ›