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Giving back to the community is an important part of Portland’s food cart culture. One former food cart entrepreneur, Rick Gencarelli of Lardo and Grassa, has combined special culinary creations with supporting non-profit organizations. In February of 2016, Rick … Continue Reading

Combine the inspiring and informative talks of TEDx with the best of both the local and world-wide food and beverage industries entrepreneurs and innovators, and you have FoodWorx. The brainchild of Erik Wolf, the FoodWorx conference is designed to give … Continue Reading

Breakfast is that meal. The meal that starts your day and can set your mood for the rest of day. Breakfast done right instills in you the needed power to conquer the world. Breakfast done wrong will bring out the … Continue Reading

You’ve gotta love a beer festival who’s participants give their special holiday brews names like, Santa’s Pie Hole (Coin Toss), Snowball Headed for Hell (54° 40’), Inebriated Phrunken Elf (Awesome Ales), Weapons of Mass … Continue Reading

So what do two natives of Brooklyn, New York, one of whom is a chef trained in vegan cooking, who are looking for a change of scenery and lifestyle, and want to open a food cart do to realize their … Continue Reading

Two of PRP’s on-air hosts, Heather Hanson and Gabriel Clark hit the airwaves on KGW May 6, 2015 to talk about Portland Radio Project launching on the FM dial during the month of May. Our frequency will be: 99.1 FM.… Continue Reading

Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (also known as High Functioning Autism) at the age of 14, Jonathan Chase is an autism advocate, TedX presenter, Board Member of the Autism Society of Oregon and mentor to parents and youth.

The Portland resident … Continue Reading

This holiday week, we’re focusing our Community Voices attention on a festive Portland non-profit: Post5 Theatre Company, a youthful ensemble-based theater for actors and audiences.

Started in 2011, Post5 was the dream of three young men in their mid-20’s … Continue Reading

On December 31, 2014, an event that’s forecast to rival the celebration in Times Square is planned for Portland’s Sentinel Hotel (formerly The Governor).

A Pacific Standard Time “Hello 2015” gala will feature dinner, dancing, cocktails and musical performances by

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After joining Amber Sweeney live in-studio at PRP.FM Monday at 12:30 p.m., four Northwest singer/songwriters are playing the Blue Room Bar, Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m.

Amber Sweeney is an accomplished soul/rock singer, songwriter, and recording artist who recently … Continue Reading

Two years after their “An Awesome Wave” debut, English indie rock band Alt-J return with “This Is All Yours,” a strange, perplexing, but often beautiful and engaging release that draws on elements of folk, pop, rock and electronica, sometimes within … Continue Reading

Portland’s iconic soul diva Linda Hornbuckle is being remembered as a generous,  loving matriarch of the Portland blues and gospel scene.

After a two-year battle with liver and kidney cancer, Oregon Music News reports the singer passed away Saturday morning, … Continue Reading

If you missed Dave Rawlings Machine  Saturday night at Eugene’s historic McDonald Theater, you missed a first-rate show.

You’ve never seen quite so much talent on one stage, as the tour lineup includes Rawlings, Gillian Welch, former Old Crow

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If you haven’t seen the film “Almost Famous” enough times (can there be enough?), you’ll have another chance at a special viewing featuring a woman who is actually famous now: Pennie Lane Trumbull, of Portland, who inspired the Kate Hudson … Continue Reading

Musicians and other artists may have tremendous creative talent, but they may need secret knowledge to become successful – or even financially stable.

Arts education visionary Noah Kleiman wants to change that. He’s launching a new nonprofit, Secret Knowledge, to … Continue Reading

It’s nearly impossible not to notice the shade of green paint covering the Angry Unicorn food cart. The color is distinct, and so is the food: not your usual burgers and sides.

Angry Unicorn Artwork

Angry Unicorn proprietor John Kiphart brings us The … Continue Reading

[UPDATED: SEP 23 2014. Added podcast of interview with Dyson DeMara]

A marker will be placed today at the very first Pinot Noir vineyard in Oregon – the earliest glimmer of Oregon’s commercially successful wine industry.

The marker, designated by … Continue Reading

Friends of Dreams

The popularity of youth baseball and softball in Portland has been on the decline for the past several years.

Friends of Baseball, a local non-profit organization, is working to change that.

Founded by a father and son team – … Continue Reading

The fish count is up – way up: returning fall Chinook salmon have set a new record on the Columbia River.

Since Sunday, more than 180,354 adult fall Chinook have climbed the fish ladders at Bonneville Dam on their annual … Continue Reading

Lending new cred to the adage that dogs will eat anything, Portland surgeons discovered a great Dane had eaten more than 40 socks.

X-rays turned up what Dr. Ashley Magee described as “a lot of foreign material,” when worried owners … Continue Reading