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NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

Portland, OR. The NW Dance Project, a Portland-based contemporary dance company, had to make significant COVID-19 adjustments since it went fully virtual on March 13th. The nonprofit's phased reopening began on August 3rd, with the renewal of some in-person classes...

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NEWS
Socially-Distanced Queen’s Coronation a First for Rose Festival

Socially-Distanced Queen’s Coronation a First for Rose Festival

Portland, OR. Lincoln High school senior Anya Anand was elected 2020 Queen of Rosaria on July 30th, Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a special, socially-distanced Queen’s Coronation was held at the Queen’s Walk in the International Rose Test Garden at Washington Park. ...

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Kairos PDX Keeps Kids on Track During Chaotic Times

Kairos PDX Keeps Kids on Track During Chaotic Times

Portland, OR. The KairosPDX educational nonprofit is individualizing its programming to serve kids at home. The program serves over 170 students in grades K-5. The focus of the nonprofit is working to transform education into a system that sees and nurtures the whole...

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NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

Portland, OR. The NW Dance Project, a Portland-based contemporary dance company, had to make significant COVID-19 adjustments since it went fully virtual on March 13th. The nonprofit's phased reopening began on August 3rd, with the renewal of some in-person classes...

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Cinema Unbound Drive-In Settles in for Summer Run at Zidell Yards

Cinema Unbound Drive-In Settles in for Summer Run at Zidell Yards

Portland, OR. The "Cinema Unbound" Drive-In series at Zidell Yards kicked off this weekend with a screening of John Lewis: Good Trouble. The Drive-In experience is created by The Northwest Film Center and Portland Art Museum. It runs from August 6th - September 27th...

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Popular Portland Book Festival Turns Page and Plans to Go Online

Popular Portland Book Festival Turns Page and Plans to Go Online

Portland, OR. The Portland Book Festival will look different than the picture above this year. Book Lovers won't be crowding in to hear from noted authors as in the past. The literary staple of the Pacific Northwest since 2005 is changing its long-standing event from...

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Seattle Aquarium Puts Safeguards in Place to Welcome Visitors

Seattle Aquarium Puts Safeguards in Place to Welcome Visitors

Seattle, WA. If you're taking a road trip up north, you might want to know that The Seattle Aquarium reopened a month ago with timed ticketing and limited attendance; this means those who make the journey will get up close to the animals and not other visitors....

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CASA for Children’s COVID-19 Pivot Draws Younger Volunteers

CASA for Children’s COVID-19 Pivot Draws Younger Volunteers

Portland, OR. The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children has faced challenges moving its services online but continues to advocate for foster children in the courtroom. One silver lining is that online orientations due to the pandemic have unexpectedly...

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COMING UP
NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

Portland, OR. The NW Dance Project, a Portland-based contemporary dance company, had to make significant COVID-19 adjustments since it went fully virtual on March 13th. The nonprofit's phased reopening began on August 3rd, with the renewal of some in-person classes...

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LIFESTYLE
Boating Sees Unprecedented Growth During COVID-19

Boating Sees Unprecedented Growth During COVID-19

A Lifestyle Story:  Portland, OR. More sailboats and motor-yachts than usual are plying local waters. On the Willamette River, Jeff and Susan Lyon join Zach Francis and Amy Jeuck for a cruise, and it's part of a national trend. Coronavirus restrictions are limiting...

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Pandemic Shakes Foundational Aspects of Luxury-Goods Industry

Pandemic Shakes Foundational Aspects of Luxury-Goods Industry

Portland, OR. A lifestyle story: With crowded stores becoming more of a distant memory since the COVID-19 crisis, some financial analysts are evaluating the impact on luxury goods. A team from the consulting firm McKinsey & Company offered research material about...

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Oregon Golf Association Sees Uptick in Play During COVID-19

Oregon Golf Association Sees Uptick in Play During COVID-19

Woodburn, OR. "We have definitely seen an uptick on rounds of golf played since the pandemic began," says Chief Executive Officer of the nonprofit Oregon Golf Association, Barb Trammell. "The OGA Golf Course here in Woodburn - which is home to our offices - has...

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NEWS
Kairos PDX Keeps Kids on Track During Chaotic Times

Kairos PDX Keeps Kids on Track During Chaotic Times

Portland, OR. The KairosPDX educational nonprofit is individualizing its programming to serve kids at home. The program serves over 170 students in grades K-5. The focus of the nonprofit is working to transform education into a system that sees and nurtures the whole...

read more
NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

NW Dance Project Begins Socially Distanced In-Person Classes

Portland, OR. The NW Dance Project, a Portland-based contemporary dance company, had to make significant COVID-19 adjustments since it went fully virtual on March 13th. The nonprofit's phased reopening began on August 3rd, with the renewal of some in-person classes...

read more
CASA for Children’s COVID-19 Pivot Draws Younger Volunteers

CASA for Children’s COVID-19 Pivot Draws Younger Volunteers

Portland, OR. The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children has faced challenges moving its services online but continues to advocate for foster children in the courtroom. One silver lining is that online orientations due to the pandemic have unexpectedly...

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Literary Arts Responds to Time of Change With New Offerings

Literary Arts Responds to Time of Change With New Offerings

Portland, OR. With quarantine keeping people at home, Literary Arts was forced to rethink how to best support the literary community of Oregon. A month ago, the organization released the winners of its annual Oregon Book Awards. Unlike previous years, where writers...

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Boating Sees Unprecedented Growth During COVID-19

Boating Sees Unprecedented Growth During COVID-19

A Lifestyle Story:  Portland, OR. More sailboats and motor-yachts than usual are plying local waters. On the Willamette River, Jeff and Susan Lyon join Zach Francis and Amy Jeuck for a cruise, and it's part of a national trend. Coronavirus restrictions are limiting...

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