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The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

Portland, OR. The Oregon Historical Society has a new exhibit featuring the work of Hood River Photographer Peter Marbach. He straddled the source of the river near Canal Flats, BC. It's an underground spring, most likely fed by the Kootenay River. Peter Marbach is...

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The Oregon Public House Raises $120,000 and Gains Fame

The Oregon Public House Raises $120,000 and Gains Fame

Portland, OR. The country's first nonprofit brew house keeps getting more national attention. Just last month, CBS this morning and Forbes featured the Oregon Public House. Since 2013, the brewery has raised over $120,000 for local nonprofits. When customers purchase...

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DoveLewis Offers Winter Pet Health and Care Tips

DoveLewis Offers Winter Pet Health and Care Tips

Portland, OR.  The nonprofit DoveLewis pet hospital has some important information to insure your pet's health and safety this holiday season. From weather changes to family gatherings, the winter months can be hard on our pets. Pets living in moderate climates do not...

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Pittock Mansion Marks 50 Years of Holiday Cheer

Pittock Mansion Marks 50 Years of Holiday Cheer

Portland, OR. Did you know it is Pittock Mansion’s 50th year decorating for the holidays? The tradition began in 1966 with a large live tree in the music room trimmed with ornaments made by Laurelhurst Elementary students. Today, many Portlanders make visiting Pittock...

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Zoo Lights Illuminate Darkness with 1.6 million lights

Zoo Lights Illuminate Darkness with 1.6 million lights

Portland, OR.  It wouldn't be the holidays in Portland for thousands of people without a visit to the Oregon Zoo's annual winter festival, ZooLights. As visitors walk around the zoo, they see a display of more than million and half lights, and experience the zoo in a...

read more
Schedule is Here for 2016 Christmas Ships Parade

Schedule is Here for 2016 Christmas Ships Parade

Portland, OR. The 2016 Christmas Ships Parade season is upon us. About 60 ships, including seven new displays, will be parading on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers for 15 nights, beginning on Friday Dec. 2nd. Organizers combine the fleets for six nights. The...

read more
Oregon Zoo Turkey Trot Raises Funds for Animal Care

Oregon Zoo Turkey Trot Raises Funds for Animal Care

Portland, OR. If you're looking for a way to burn off a few calories on Thanksgiving day, consider the 4-mile fun run, or walk, through Washington Park, which ends inside the zoo. You can Register online with Oregon Road Runners Club or by calling 503-667-0480. The...

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Pittock Granddaughter’s Art on Display at the Mansion

Pittock Granddaughter’s Art on Display at the Mansion

Portland, OR. Rhoda Gantenbein Adams (1909-1977) was the granddaughter of Henry and Georgiana Pittock who grew up in Pittock Mansion. Her work is on display through November 13th in an exhibit called Through Rhoda’s Eyes: Balancing Art and Expectations. Included in...

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A Trip to Walla Walla Wineries is Deliciously Esthetic

A Trip to Walla Walla Wineries is Deliciously Esthetic

Walla Walla, WA. A lifestyle story... About a four hour drive northeast of Portland, more than 100 wineries draw wine lovers. The Walla Walla Valley is home to 1,800 acres of vineyards and a beautiful agricultural landscape. Photos from a recent trip give you an idea...

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Rose Festival Names Bloom Project Official Charity for 2017

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40th Portland International Film Festival Celebrates World’s Filmmakers and Cinephiles

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Regional Arts and Culture Council Adds Fresh Twist to Breakfast

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Melinda Gates Speaks Out About Family Planning 2020

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Fans of Packy the Elephant Look Back at Their Favorite Pachyderm

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Portland Winter Light Festival is “Between the River and the Stars”

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Edwards Center Program Participants Celebrate Donation at Winterhawks’ Game

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Trail Blazers Join Students for Visit to Portland Art Museum

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An Oregon Made Film Wins Sundance Film Festival U.S. Grand Jury Prize

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The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

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Rose Festival Names Bloom Project Official Charity for 2017

Portland, OR.  The 110-year success of the Rose Festival proves the power of a flower to inspire community and celebration. The Portland Rose Festival Foundation is pleased to partner with The Bloom Project as its Official Charity in 2017. The Bloom Project -- a...

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Melinda Gates Speaks Out About Family Planning 2020

Seattle, WA. As co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda Gates works to improve global health and education. Her family foundation was launched in 2000 and is said to be the largest transparently operated private foundation in the world. Based...

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American Heart Month/National Wear Red Day Raises Awareness

Portland, OR. The American Heart Association is getting help from broadcasters like KGW's Ashley Korslien and Brenda Braxton, who remind people to focus on their hearts. Women across the U.S. helped raise awareness as they marked "Wear Red Day" on February 3rd. The...

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Trail Blazers Join Students for Visit to Portland Art Museum

Portland, OR. Portland Trail Blazer players C.J. McCollum, Evan Turner and Festus Ezeli joined high school students from Roosevelt and Parkrose high schools for a tour of Constructing Identity: a Collection of African-American Art at the Portland Art Museum. The...

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NEWS

Rose Festival Names Bloom Project Official Charity for 2017

...
Read More

40th Portland International Film Festival Celebrates World’s Filmmakers and Cinephiles

...
Read More

Regional Arts and Culture Council Adds Fresh Twist to Breakfast

...
Read More

Melinda Gates Speaks Out About Family Planning 2020

...
Read More

Fans of Packy the Elephant Look Back at Their Favorite Pachyderm

...
Read More

Portland Winter Light Festival is “Between the River and the Stars”

...
Read More

Edwards Center Program Participants Celebrate Donation at Winterhawks’ Game

...
Read More

Trail Blazers Join Students for Visit to Portland Art Museum

...
Read More

An Oregon Made Film Wins Sundance Film Festival U.S. Grand Jury Prize

...
Read More

The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

...
Read More

Rose Festival Names Bloom Project Official Charity for 2017

Portland, OR.  The 110-year success of the Rose Festival proves the power of a flower to inspire community and celebration. The Portland Rose Festival Foundation is pleased to partner with The Bloom Project as its Official Charity in 2017. The Bloom Project -- a...

read more

Melinda Gates Speaks Out About Family Planning 2020

Seattle, WA. As co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda Gates works to improve global health and education. Her family foundation was launched in 2000 and is said to be the largest transparently operated private foundation in the world. Based...

read more

American Heart Month/National Wear Red Day Raises Awareness

Portland, OR. The American Heart Association is getting help from broadcasters like KGW's Ashley Korslien and Brenda Braxton, who remind people to focus on their hearts. Women across the U.S. helped raise awareness as they marked "Wear Red Day" on February 3rd. The...

read more

Trail Blazers Join Students for Visit to Portland Art Museum

Portland, OR. Portland Trail Blazer players C.J. McCollum, Evan Turner and Festus Ezeli joined high school students from Roosevelt and Parkrose high schools for a tour of Constructing Identity: a Collection of African-American Art at the Portland Art Museum. The...

read more
LIFESTYLE
The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

The Columbia River Photos “From Source to Sea” Debut

Portland, OR. The Oregon Historical Society has a new exhibit featuring the work of Hood River Photographer Peter Marbach. He straddled the source of the river near Canal Flats, BC. It's an underground spring, most likely fed by the Kootenay River. Peter Marbach is...

read more
The Oregon Public House Raises $120,000 and Gains Fame

The Oregon Public House Raises $120,000 and Gains Fame

Portland, OR. The country's first nonprofit brew house keeps getting more national attention. Just last month, CBS this morning and Forbes featured the Oregon Public House. Since 2013, the brewery has raised over $120,000 for local nonprofits. When customers purchase...

read more
DoveLewis Offers Winter Pet Health and Care Tips

DoveLewis Offers Winter Pet Health and Care Tips

Portland, OR.  The nonprofit DoveLewis pet hospital has some important information to insure your pet's health and safety this holiday season. From weather changes to family gatherings, the winter months can be hard on our pets. Pets living in moderate climates do not...

read more
Pittock Mansion Marks 50 Years of Holiday Cheer

Pittock Mansion Marks 50 Years of Holiday Cheer

Portland, OR. Did you know it is Pittock Mansion’s 50th year decorating for the holidays? The tradition began in 1966 with a large live tree in the music room trimmed with ornaments made by Laurelhurst Elementary students. Today, many Portlanders make visiting Pittock...

read more
Zoo Lights Illuminate Darkness with 1.6 million lights

Zoo Lights Illuminate Darkness with 1.6 million lights

Portland, OR.  It wouldn't be the holidays in Portland for thousands of people without a visit to the Oregon Zoo's annual winter festival, ZooLights. As visitors walk around the zoo, they see a display of more than million and half lights, and experience the zoo in a...

read more
Schedule is Here for 2016 Christmas Ships Parade

Schedule is Here for 2016 Christmas Ships Parade

Portland, OR. The 2016 Christmas Ships Parade season is upon us. About 60 ships, including seven new displays, will be parading on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers for 15 nights, beginning on Friday Dec. 2nd. Organizers combine the fleets for six nights. The...

read more
Oregon Zoo Turkey Trot Raises Funds for Animal Care

Oregon Zoo Turkey Trot Raises Funds for Animal Care

Portland, OR. If you're looking for a way to burn off a few calories on Thanksgiving day, consider the 4-mile fun run, or walk, through Washington Park, which ends inside the zoo. You can Register online with Oregon Road Runners Club or by calling 503-667-0480. The...

read more
Pittock Granddaughter’s Art on Display at the Mansion

Pittock Granddaughter’s Art on Display at the Mansion

Portland, OR. Rhoda Gantenbein Adams (1909-1977) was the granddaughter of Henry and Georgiana Pittock who grew up in Pittock Mansion. Her work is on display through November 13th in an exhibit called Through Rhoda’s Eyes: Balancing Art and Expectations. Included in...

read more
A Trip to Walla Walla Wineries is Deliciously Esthetic

A Trip to Walla Walla Wineries is Deliciously Esthetic

Walla Walla, WA. A lifestyle story... About a four hour drive northeast of Portland, more than 100 wineries draw wine lovers. The Walla Walla Valley is home to 1,800 acres of vineyards and a beautiful agricultural landscape. Photos from a recent trip give you an idea...

read more
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