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NWFA Sole Purpose

Somehow we missed the fact that this was happenning this weekend. So much going on that it is hard to know everything. However, there are some great videos and pics around PDX up on the site, and they apparently have events most Saturdays when it is not raining. NWFA Sole Purpose: 2006 U.S. Open Footbag […]

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What's New: Oregon Zoo

What's New: Oregon Zoo: “From Nancy Levenson,Your Guide to Portland, OR. What's New: Oregon Zoo“The Oregon Zoo just opened a new exhibit, Cougar Crossing, an up-close look at the zoo's cougars along with information on the cougars in Oregon and how to avoid conflict with them. And now through Labor Day, you can also enjoy […]

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Three New Feature Films Bring Jobs And Revenue To Oregon – (Medford Article)

Currentlu in Oregon making films: Sean Penn, Morgan Freeman, Vince Vaughn, Emile Hersh, Catherine Keener, Greg Kinnear, and even, eve, oh yes- Bruce Campbell (“The Woods”, “The Evil Dead”, “Bubba Ho-tep”). It is good to be here at this time, and Project Greenlight is obviously coming through in a big way.Three New Feature Films Bring […]

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The Bite of Oregon: Saturday Night's entertainment

For more info from PDX PIPELINE on “The Bite of Oregone, look here-food, here- 97.1, here – The Buzz, and here – Overview and Music The Bite of Oregon: entertainment:“ROOTS ROCK REVIVALPortland's beloved outlaw gang gathers for this yearlyround-up 6:30 — 7:30Lewi Longmire BandNeo-classic American rockwww.lewilongmire.com 8:00 — 9:00BINGO BANDTranscendental Americanawww.bingoband.com 9:30 — 11:00FREAK MOUNTAIN […]

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3M at Beuhlaland tonight

3M DJ's return tonight with Dickenson's Art Body: The Moss, Atom 13 and Homonym will be throwing down old school style that will make you want to show off your 3M beer coozie and show that you've been down since 2001 Beulahland28th NE Couch Jason Dickenson will be showing his artwork on the walls so […]

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The Bite of Oregon: food

The Bite of Oregon: food: “Come eat your way across Oregon!Oregon Dungeness Crab Cakes, Smoked Ribs, Grilled Oregon Salmon, Huckleberry BBQ Lamb, Seafood Stuffed Avocados, Oregon Strawberries with Chocolate Fondue, Oregon Berry Pies, Cobbler, Apple Strudel and much more superb Oregon foods.” Clicking on the Link will bring you to several restuarnts that are serving […]

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The Bite of Oregon: Celebrating Brand Oregon Food and Beverage

The Bite of Oregon: Celebrating Brand Oregon Food and Beverage

The Bite of Oregon: Celebrating Brand Oregon Food and Beverage: “FRI, AUG 11Los LobosDave Alvin & The Guilty MenThe Minus 5presented by: 97.1 Charlie FM SAT, AUG 12Anna NalickAugustanaJoshua Radinpresented by: 105.1 The BUZZ SUN, AUG 13Snow PatrolThe Subwayspresented by: 94/7 fmalternative portland See Main Stage Schedule Adults—$7.00 at the gateChildren—12 and under FREENo additional […]

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www.myspace.com/forgetthatcrap

www.myspace.com/forgetthatcrap: “FORGET THE CRAP..LETS ROCK N ROLL…………………………………… Forget The Crapwas recorded in Palmdale, California in my living room on Cheetah Way on a ROLAND 1880 Digital Recorder and 1 AKGMicrophone. It was never intended to be released in its current format, but after a few trials runs, (1500 downloads and great reviews in the first […]

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spanning_time: Capture the Flag Recap

spanning_time: Capture the Flag Recap:Capture the Flag Recap “There was a Diplo performance, a performance down in Portland, and a house party for one of Seattle's kickball leagues that had just finished their playoffs, but Saturday night found spanning_time instead rushing to the silver sculpture at Seattle Central for the renegade game of Capture the […]

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Portland's New Crop: Houses — Sightline Institute (formerly Northwest Environment Watch)

Portland's New Crop: Houses — Sightline Institute (formerly Northwest Environment Watch)

Portland's New Crop: Houses — Sightline Institute (formerly Northwest Environment Watch): “Portland's New Crop: HousesPosted by Clark Williams-Derry on 08/10/2006 at 04:50 PM A while back we made some maps of development patterns in greater Portland, Oregon between 1990 and 2000. And we found — perhaps not too surprisingly — that Oregon's growth management laws […]

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