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The university is partnering with Walker Macy Collaborative to activate street-level spaces “by bringing the energy from inside PSU buildings to outdoor locations.”
Misha Ashton, owner of Revive Gardens PDX, offers some tips on channeling excess water runoff into a vibrant natural area in your yard.
The iconic house is a textbook example of local Queen Anne architecture and a familiar landmark for commuters.
A new study breaks down the latest IPUMS data on high-earning homeowners and changes in income brackets.
The project that broke ground in early 2023 will make the museum more accessible for visitors and improve the gallery experience.
Fresh eggs, every day.
Check out these six Portland homes that are on the market for near the median selling price of $480,000
Plans for a new stadium can proceed after securing the final $15 million during the 2024 short legislative session.
Learn about the biggest industries and employers in Portland and its surrounding counties with this guide to local business.
Sometimes a change of scenery is a must.
Interest rates are set to fall, but what will prices do? Hear from one local expert.
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Local blues and jazz musicians will perform beneath the iconic St. Johns Bridge.
Three options are available at the online survey, open until Aug. 15.
We’ve got details and a map full of drink deals: We’ll be highlighting the vibrant beverage scene across Portland, OR from July 22 to July 26, 2024.
Eighteen murals installed under bridges join the Central Eastside Industrial District’s rich tapestry of public art.
Built on the site of the previous library, the new Holgate Library costs approx. $27 million and showcases community-driven features.
The interactive project rescues unwanted instruments, turning them into one-of-a-kind works of art that are then dispersed across the city for anyone to play.
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