“Come for the immunity, stay for the dogs!” OHSU employees have started an Instagram full of photos of canine companions accompanying their humans to their COVID 19 vaccine appointment. And other Portland happenings…Read More
If you still haven’t gotten your COVID-19 vaccine, here’s a handy tool to find an appointment or walk-in clinic.
OSU has created another antioxidant-rich purple tomato! Seeds are now available for the Midnight Roma.
And because of population growth in the Beaver State, Oregon is getting a 6th seat in Congress.Read More
Despite our tendency to “wish recycle,” Oregonians are still ranked near the top of greenest states in the US.
Like many large venues across Oregon, Oaks Park in SE Portland is now open with 15% capacity.
And despite not being able to ride together this year for World Naked Bike Ride, organizers are still encouraging cyclists to bike naked during the full moon.Read More
The Portland Rosebuds was the city’s first and only Negro Baseball team.
Despite pandemic challenges, Oregon Humane Society helped adopt 7,000 pets in 2020!
And as Oregon opens up vaccinations to everyone, mass vaccination clinics are hoping for more volunteers to keep them going.Read More
There’s a spring hiring thaw in Oregon as entertainment industries start adding workers.
All Oregonians 16 and older will be eligible for the vaccine starting April 19.
And do you know the history behind Portland’ famous Cherry Blossom plaza?Read More
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary passed away last week. People across the world shared the impact the Portland native had on them, including Jill Biden, Mia Farrow, Nicholas Kristof and more.
Portland Saturday Market’s future is uncertain after a year of pandemic closures.
And Regal Cinemas in Oregon is planning to reopen in April and May.Read More
Oregon is looking into reinvesting cannabis tax dollars into social equity programs.
As Covid numbers go down and a sense of normalcy returns, Portland is considering keeping parts of the Slow Streets program.
And his week Oregon’s leaders formed the state’s first-ever Psilocybin Advisory Board.Read More
Fans are coming back to Providence Park! New guidelines allow for fans to return t all levels of outdoor sporting events with caps at specific risk categories.
Portland-Based Reissue Label Omnivore Recordings won a Grammy this week for a collection of songs performed by Fred Rogers on his children’s show.
And just in time for April showers, Portland’s iconic Umbrella Man has his umbrella back.Read More
Starting this weekend, more things will be able to open as Multnomah County moves to moderate risk category.
Pharmacies, including Safeway, Albertsons, Fred Meyer and Walmart, are now offering COVID-19 vaccines. This is great news considering reports we might be getting a boost in vaccine supply.Read More
Portland Pickles are offering adorable clothes for your cat or dog.
A Portland woman has been supplying masks to neighbors via her mask tree.
And the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is now in Oregon!Read More