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Art Carts Come to Hawthorne

Outside Little Art in the Trailer

On Second Saturday, September 13, 11 am to 7 pm, a different kind of art show and a dozen or more artists will circle their mobile galleries at the Eastside Eagle Lodge, 4904 SE Hawthorne Blvd. launching the first one-day pop-up art fair on wheels this Rose City has ever [...]

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Belmont Business News Sept 14

BABA President: Constance Ihrke                Email: cli825@msn.com Meetings: Second Thur, 9 am Historic Belmont Firehouse, 900 SE 35th www.belmontbusiness.org   BELMONT STREET FAIR: Thank you to the business sponsors and vendors that make the Belmont Street Fair possible.  Volunteers are still needed to help [...]

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Tea Time with Amelia

Tea Time with Amelia

The fantastic visions of Portland artist Amelia Opie are featured in a collection of new work at Sidestreet Gallery throughout September. Opie’s paintings depict a reality “with an increasingly tenuous anchoring in everyday reality”. Indeed. Sidestreet Gallery is at 140 SE 28th Ave. 503 233 1204. www.sidestreetgalleryportland.com.

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Stan Wood: Portland Music and Art Pioneer

Stan Wood

By J. Michael Kearsey   In 1841, Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone in Paris. In 1961, Stan Wood invented the Vibraband in Portland. Wood, whose music and visual art was known worldwide, passed away August 1. He was a Mt. Tabor resident who could be seen walking to Hawthorne and [...]

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Leave a legacy, foster a child

by Blythe Pavlik, Morrison Child and Family Services   Kathi Gladson, tears up when she talks about her grandkids. Like all proud grandmothers, she gushes about their playfulness, laughter and how hard they work to keep up in school. Her relationship with her grandkids is unique: they have come into [...]

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Running for their lives

Young girls build strength, stamina, self-esteem on the track

By Rebekah Jordan       On any given Thursday afternoon, energetic chatter and girlish laughter rise from the Ron Russell Middle School track. At first glance, one might not recognize what kind of a group this is. They are not a sports team – some of them walk, some [...]

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Wellness Word Sept 14

Editor’s note: Wellness Word is an informational column which is not meant to replace a health care professional’s diagnosis, treatment or medication.   Making the transition into September   The month of September can be filled with anticipation, excitement, hesitation, anxiety and added stressors not only for school age children [...]

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Rental units frustrate neighbors

By Andrew Wilkins   Fred McNeil has big plans for his renovated bungalow in the Brooklyn neighborhood. His property backs up to the Willamette River, and he and his partner want to convert the shed into an Accessory Dwelling Unit. Adding a second story would take advantage of the stunning river views [...]

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Hawthorne Business News Sept 14

HBBA Pres.: Cassie Ridgeway think@thinkhawthorne.com Meetings: Second Wed. at 8 am Fred Meyer, SE Cesar Chavez Blvd & Hawthorne 503.775.7633  www.thinkhawthorne.com   Michael Russell reports creative Japanese pop-up Nodoguro will take over the space that Evoe formerly occupied in Pastaworks, 3735 SE Hawthorne, 503.232.1010. Our best wishes to Peter de [...]

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Division / Clinton Business News Sept 14

DCBA Pres.: Todd Cleek email w.t.clek@gmail.com Meetings: 3rd Tuesday OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond  7:30 am  3930 SE Division www.divisionclinton.com   The end to construction is so close we can taste it.  In fact we are having an event on October 24 to celebrate with ribbon-cutting politicians, great food, bargains and residents [...]

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