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Downtown park envisioning event

Downtown park envisioning event: “dieselboi: Downtown park envisioning eventOriginally uploaded by dieselboii. Today, until 7:30 tonight, there is an envisioning event in Pioneer Square. The purpose is to both inform the public of the future of downtown parks and to solicit feedback from the public. The parks in question are O'Bryant park, Ankeny park, the […]

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The Daily Vanguard – Portland State University – Student body president clears up the story about Higher One

The Daily Vanguard – Portland State University – Student body president clears up the story about Higher One: “I am glad to take this opportunity to communicate with you the true meaning behind our campaign to ensure that Higher One operates best for you. With the last Vanguard article ["ASPSU Calls Higher One Concerns Misinformed," […]

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Mid-East Conflict

One of the great things about Portland is the fact that we are usually highly interested in the other parts of the world, and how it affects the people in it. This brings me to the thought that many people are currently protesting here on both sides of the issues dealing with Isreal, Lebanon, Iraq, […]

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Meet In Portland BBQ

http://www.meetin.org/city/MEETinPORTLAND/ “This is a message about Saturday's BBQ, which is open to all active members – if you've been to one event or many dozens, you're more than welcome! And don't worry, I have a large yard ;) The weather forecast's looking good – 'abundant sunshine' according to one forecast! The BBQ starts at 3:00 […]

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Movies outside, on the WEST side!

Movies outside, on the WEST side!: “Banana Lee Fishbones: So if Flicks on the Bricks is a little further than you'd like to venture, Beaverton is having their own version called Flicks by the Fountain in Beaverton City Park (across from the Library). Here's the schedule: * Friday, August 4th–Wallace & Gromit in The Curse […]

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Babies entering the world @ Splasho

Babies entering the world @ Splasho: “The flow along this conveyor belt represents the rate at which babies are being born on the planet, the flow of coffins represents deaths. You can tick 'Show continent' to display the continent in which they are born. ( Africa, Asia, Australasia Europe, North America, South America). Continents are […]

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Youth Speak Out on Water Conservation

Youth Speak Out on Water Conservation: “At 9:30 this morning high school students from the Open Meadow City Corps program will present to City Council their recommendations for how to answer a Water Bureau question: "What's the best way to reach youth with a message about water resource awareness and water conservation?" City Council meetings […]

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