Clarence and Delora have been residents of SE Portland for over sixty years. In October they celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary, and they still live in the house they moved to shortly after they were married. Delora is a native or Portland and Clarence comes from the town of Antelope [...]
By Don MacGillivray Portland’s Street Funding proposal has undergone much review by both business people and residents and...
By Nancy Tannler (Note: the scheduled Dec 10 meeting has been postponed) The Mt. Tabor Reservoir meeting with Commissioners...
By Don MacGillivray 82nd Avenue is growing into its new name, the Avenue of Roses, but it remains a congested, auto-centric...
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Clarence and Delora have been residents of SE Portland for over sixty years. In October they celebrated...
By Don MacGillivray 82nd Avenue is growing into its new name, the Avenue of Roses, but it...
By J. Michael Kearsey Gordon Lee is building a chicken wire protector filled with leaves...
By Elisabeth Varga The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on November...
By Jana Throckmorton STNA voted to go on the record in support of the MTNA comments to the...
By Susan Lindsay Mark your calendar for the annual BCA Holiday Party, Thursday, December...
By Elisabeth Varga The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on November 10, 2014 at Waverly Heights Church at SE 33rd and Woodward St. Meetings are held in the basement; enter from the east door. The RNA’s website is www.richmondpdx.org. A Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon (CUB) representative gave a brief overview [...]Read more ›
Liminal is a theatre group like no other. This year they want to save Christmas. From itself. And what a present they’re bestowing. Jeff Marchant, Leo Daedalus and Carla Grant photo by Sumi Wu Making good and exceptional use of e.e.cummings’ texts Santa Claus (1946), The Christmas Tree (1920), and others, Liminal tackles the [...]Read more ›
Red Yarn (aka Andy Furgeson) is a family performer with a new musical puppet film called The Deep Woods. The 23 minute film has a hometown premiere Saturday December 6, at Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St. It has been funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture [...]Read more ›
Brothers of the Baladi, the internationally-minded Oregon group fusing rock music with Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Armenian music, celebrate the 15th anniversary of their best-selling holiday record, A Time of Peace. The concert party is Sunday Dec. 14, at 6:30 pm at Vie de Boheme, 1530 SE 7th Ave, and [...]Read more ›
hosts its annual Holiday Sale Friday Dec. 5, from 6-9 pm and Saturday Dec. 6, 1-4 pm under the bridge at 322 SE Morrison St. (at MLK Blvd.) There’ll be a large selection of artwork and functional pottery with the work of 15 local ceramic artists and painters displayed in [...]Read more ›
Miracle Theatre invites the whole family to enjoy the 10th annual of Posada Milagro, Sunday, December 14, 1 – 5 pm at El Centro Milagro, 537 SE Stark St. This celebration features performances of an original pastorela and folkloric dance by Ballet Papalotl at 2 and 4 pm. There will [...]Read more ›
Oregon Hall of Fame Inductee Mark Bosnian presents his 18th annual Home For The Holidays Concert and Sing-Along on Saturday, December 13, 7 pm at TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont St. Bosnian plays holiday favorites on piano, guitar, accordion and banjo accompanied by John Mannenbach on guitars and Steve Hale on [...]Read more ›
is a new series of assemblage by Shelly Caldwell (“From My Visit” pictured) and Robyn Williams up through December 28. Caldwell shares her impulse to know while cherishing the unknowable mystery while Williams invokes a sense of the strange through pieces that have a story to tell. First Friday opening [...]Read more ›
Portland Cello Project has been presenting annual Winter shows for nearly ten years and the 2014 edition is December 5 and 6 at the Aladdin Theatre, 3017 SE Milwaukie Ave. The performance features compositions and arrangements of winter-themed music from numerous cultures and there’ll be re-imagined pieces by composers diverse [...]Read more ›
For over 100 years, the Mt Tabor reservoirs functioned as the heart of the City’s drinking water supply, balancing the flow and pressure in a network of pipes delivering pure drinking water from Bull Run to Portland. This ingeniously-engineered system was powered by a renewable resource – gravity; not bad [...]Read more ›