Portland in the News: Rocky Horror Show Must Go On; Helping Wildfire Victims; City Bans Facial Recognition & More! | September 10, 2020
Despite closing, the Clinton Street Theater has continued to add to its record of weekly screenings of the Rocky Horror Show.
Want to help wildfire refugees? Here’s a list of resources.
And Portland has passed the strictest ban on facial recognition in the US.
Here’s a roundup of the goings-on in Portland this week:
- Willamette Week: The Nation’s Longest-Running Weekly Screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Has Continued During the Pandemic in an Almost Empty Theater
- Bike Portland: Taking a ride on east Portland’s new neighborhood greenways
- Philly Magazine: Portlander Runs New Record on the Appalachian Trail
- Portland Monthly: Here’s How to Help the Victims of Oregon’s Wildfires
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