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The Jewish Festival of Light lasts for eight days, Dec. 7-15, starting and ending at nightfall.
The Tomte Cake kit aims to solve the problem of messy and fragile gingerbread house kits.
And to our readers, two of the biggest high-fives (high-ten?) for being there with us the entire way.
Various recycling programs with local drop-off sites may save you a trip to one of Metro’s hazardous waste facilities.
The 1920s saw the Rose City build important infrastructure in the face of a declining economy and threats to social justice.
Eat and Drink
Deck the Hills will bring 14 different wineries to the Pearl District.
Downtown Portland’s newest tower offers two dining experiences: an enchanted forest-themed lobby bar and a signature restaurant.
The club’s financial woes surfaced months before its ultimate closure.
Check out winter and holiday-themed events happening in and around Portland in this seasonal guide.
Travel and Outdoors
Homer has quite the tale to tell.
Fresh is best if you want your home to smell like a forest.
Prepare for winter weather with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
Get to know the Rose City’s distant relatives.
Real Estate
Check out these six Portland homes that are on the market for near the median selling price of $546,400.
Learn about some of the oldest homes in the City of Roses and where to see them for yourself.
A new station at PDX now greets MAX Red Line riders.
The Montgomery Park building in Northwest Portland is over 100 years old — and its owners reportedly owe over $149 million on it.
The freestanding exhibits tell stories in the voices of original residents.
Your input will also help inform policy and decisions on future monuments and memorials in the Rose City.
The Main Street Promise project will reconstruct the downtown road between Fifth and 15th streets.
All uniformed Portland Police Bureau officers who interact with the public will be equipped with the devices.

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