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Last week, planeloads of tech-y superheroes descended upon Portland en masse: OSCON was happening!

The 5-day Open Source convention kicked off Sunday, with an Ignite event (fully catered with hosted bar), followed by a Glow-in-the-dark 5k run around the downtown … Continue Reading

In a cozy homecoming concert, local favorite Tim Snider previewed his new album, “In Brazil,” for Portland fans last week.

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Upon his return from a recent tour, everyone welcomed the multi-talented musician to Vie de Boheme, a friendly wine bar … Continue Reading

A Friday event at Portland State University promises to be one of a kind: “Leap to Flame,” by Max Ribner and friends, a uniquely uplifting performance for all ages.

This won’t be just any ole music show. Rather, it is … Continue Reading

Because it expects the Keystone XL Pipeline to aggravate climate change, the Portland environmental organization Ecotrust is advocating for an alternative: Rather than build the five-state corridor of the Keystone line, repair existing pipelines.

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According to the Congressional Research ServiceContinue Reading