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Party Report: Hotel Vintage Portland Grand Opening—Party Report: Hotel Vintage Portland Grand Opening

In an Oregon summer, Rosé Wine is Everything—In an Oregon summer, Rosé Wine is Everything

College Counseling: Great Schools for Sport Management Programs—College Counseling: Great Schools for Sport Management Programs

New Potatoes and Asparagus: Two Spring Vegetables for Summer Weather—New Potatoes and Asparagus: Two Spring Vegetables for…

OrangeTheory Fitness Opens First Fitness Studio in Oregon—OrangeTheory Fitness Opens First Fitness Studio in Oregon

Portland Threads: It’s Beginning to Feel Like Summer—Portland Threads: It's Beginning to Feel Like Summer

10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes- May 30—10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes-…

Rogue Ales Releasing New ‘Pendleton Pilsner’—Rogue Ales Releasing New 'Pendleton Pilsner'

Uber Lobbies Against Oregon Legislators—Uber Lobbies Against Oregon Legislators

 
 
 
 

News

Uber Lobbies Against Oregon Legislators

Legislators in Salem have been working to craft legislation that would mandate “transportation network companies”… Read More

 

News

Shooting at Alberta St. Last Thursday Festival Leaves 3 Injured

Portland Police officers at the scene. Photo credit: KGW

Last night, May 28th, a shooting at Northeast 20th Avenue and Alberta Street during the Last Thursday Festival left two… Read More

 

Politics

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in Oregon Politics: Equity Foundation, Mike Rosen, Oregonians

Every Friday, GoLocalPDX breaks down who's rising and who's falling in the world of Oregon politics. Check out… Read More

 

Business

Saul Kaplan: Stop Treating Business Model Innovation As Change Management

There’s plenty of time for change management once we’ve demonstrated new models worth changing into. Exploring… Read More

 

Business

Friday Financial Five – May 29th, 2015

Tibble vs Edison was originally filed in 2007 and represented one of the first cases of employees seeking damages… Read More

 

News

Oregon University Research’s Multi-Billion Benefit to the State’s Economy and Society

Oregon universities attract quality academic researchers, which in turn catch the attention of students and, it turns out,… Read More

 

Business

GOP Blast Oregon Democrats for Killing Small Business Legislation

This week, Senate Republicans introduced six new bills to support Oregon's small businesses and working families, all of… Read More

 

News

Equal Pay Bill Passes Oregon Legislature, Now Pending Before Governor Brown

Today, the Oregon Senate passed a bill intended to help close the wage gap for women and people of color in Oregon. The… Read More

 

Business

Portland Startup NoAppFee.com Launches for Renters in the 21st Century

By using this platform, renters can eliminate the hassle of having to submit multiple applications with multiple application fees.

Designed for renters of the 21st century, NoAppFee.com, released its online property registry site and held a launch event… Read More

 

News

Recreational Marijuana Regulation Policy Likely to Be Stricter Than Medical

Oregon is exactly five weeks away from officially legalizing recreational marijuana. But as July 1st looms in the near… Read More

 

Politics

Scott Bruun: Why Oregon Needs Allen Alley in the Governor’s Office

Oregon needs a grown-up in the governor’s office. Someone who can end Salem’s ‘look-the-other-way’… Read More

 

News

New Law Would Ban Indoor E-Cigarette Use, Sale to Minors

A new law expected to be signed today by Governor Kate Brown would ban the use of e-cigarettes in any indoor area that is… Read More

 

Business

The Third Annual “Celebrating Our Caring Community” Proves To Be a Success

Event Chair Miriam Hecht, Beverlee Cutler and Lizzie Zachheim at the third annual “Celebrating our Caring Community” luncheon.

On Tuesday the Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC) hosted the third annual “Celebrating our Caring Community” luncheon.

 

Sports

Will Fanendo Adi’s Struggles Doom the Portland Timbers?

The Portland Timbers delivered another listless performance in a 1-0 loss on Saturday against Toronto FC. Consecutive losses… Read More

 

News

Portland’s Principal Shuffle Could Be Affecting Student Success

The reasons have been varied—from police arrests at school to simply finding best matches—but Portland Public… Read More

 

News

Tragic Kentucky Distillery Explosion Has Oregon Connection

A recent tragedy at a Kentucky’s Silver Trail Distillery has an Oregon connection.  On April 24th, a… Read More

 

Sports

Heisman Trophy on Display at Oregon Historical Society

The 2014 Heisman Trophy was recently awarded to the Ducks’ quarterback, Marcus Mariota, a junior at University of Oregon.

The University of Oregon and the Oregon Historical Society have partnered to give the football fans of Oregon a chance to see… Read More

 

Business

video: UPDATED: Fair Shot For All Coalition Fights for Paid Sick Days

Photo credit: 401kcalculator.org

Today at the Oregon State Capitol, the Fair Shot for All Coalition along with workers, business owners and several… Read More

 

News

Memorial Day - the Cost of War

Memorial Day is the day of remembrance for those who lost their lives serving America in the U.S. Military. Today, hundreds… Read More

 

Business

Personal Tech For Women: 5 Things You Need to Know About New, Smarter Food Label

Some of us might spend more time at the grocery store scrutinizing the labels than actually putting food items in the cart.… Read More

 

Sports

Thorns FC Lose Second Straight Match

Last Saturday, Portland fell for the second consecutive week in NWSL play. Houston upset Thorns FC 1:0, awarding Portland… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Top 15 Things To Do At Portland’s Pride Festival

This year's Pride Festival is sure to be as exciting as ever with over 200 community groups, non-profits and businesses… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Party Report: Hotel Vintage Portland Grand Opening

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The newest hotel in Downtown Portland feels like modern art intersecting New York style graffiti. Think Roche… Read More

 

Food

slides: In an Oregon summer, Rosé Wine is Everything

Summer is special in Oregon.  When the rain subsides and the sun comes out, we’re all reminded why it is that we… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Counseling: Great Schools for Sport Management Programs

Here are five schools with great sport management programs. 

 

Food

slides: New Potatoes and Asparagus: Two Spring Vegetables for Summer Weather

New potatoes and asparagus © linda dalal sawaya 2015

This week as I was making space in the garden to put a few summer favorites in the ground, I discovered several volunteer… Read More

 

Lifestyle

OrangeTheory Fitness Opens First Fitness Studio in Oregon

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OrangeTheory Fitness, a fitness studio constructed for time-crunched individuals who enjoy a group workout, opens its first… Read More

 

Beauty & Fashion

slides: Portland Threads: It’s Beginning to Feel Like Summer

Sarah Marie in Buffalo Exchange sunglasses.

Portland Threads is GoLocalPDX's weekly review of what Portlanders are wearing on the streets. You know it’s… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: 10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes- May 30

This is Big Mack. He is in need of a loving home!

Calling all pet lovers! Have you been longing for a cuddly friend? Do you constantly look up grumpy cat videos, wishing… Read More

 

Food

Rogue Ales Releasing New ‘Pendleton Pilsner’

This week Rogue Ales and Pendleton Woolen Mills unveiled the Rogue Pendleton Pilsner.

 

Lifestyle

5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend: May 29th-31st

This weekend will be one of the busiest during the month of May for Portland, considering the Rose Festival's concert… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Mum’s the Word: Parenting and Depression

Reaching into his coat pocket, his fingers touched the crushed petals from a flower that belonged to his daughter, Zuzu.  “Zuzu’s petals!” He shouts.

In 1946, one of the best films about parenting was released to the public. Starring Jimmy Stewart and directed by Frank… Read More

 

Beauty & Fashion

Inside the Fitting Room with Scarlet Chamberlin, May 29

White is white hot right now in fashion. Monochromatic looks in different textures and fibers are chic and appear effortless.… Read More

 

Arts

Q & A With Bill Oakley on Portland Playhouse’s “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play”

Photo Credit: Brud Giles

Portland Playhouse presents MR. BURNS: A POST- ELECTRIC PLAY, a play on the significance of storytelling- starring The… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Portland kicks off Pride Parade with FLARE Party

Rumored to be the largest Pride event in Portland, FLARE is the most epic kickoff party the Portland Pride Festival has ever seen.

Rumored to be the largest Pride event in Portland, FLARE is the most epic kickoff party the Portland Pride Festival has ever… Read More

 

Food

Ask A Bartender: What Should I Call You?

If you can't hide the fact that you're smug, you have no business being smug in the first place.

Maybe I don’t hang out at the right places but I’ve never met a bartender that preferred to be called a… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Portland Ranked 2nd Most LGBT-Friendly City in U.S.

After Gallup conducted a national poll that found 60% of Americans support same-sex… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Magic: The Gathering Auction Raising Money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital

Magic: The Gathering players via Wikimedia CC.

Do you like Magic: The Gathering? Do you like awesome charities? Well if you answered yes to either of those questions… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Didi’s Manners & Etiquette: Update Your Etiquette

Nonprofit board etiquette when members shirk their responsibilities, men's summer dress code for when to wear a… Read More

 

Lifestyle

video: GoLocalTV: Upcoming Marathons and Relays in Oregon

Despite the rain, Portland gets a lot of attention for being a city full of bikers, but it's also a city full of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Oregon Zoo Hosts ‘Legos At the Zoo’ Science Fair

The 15th annual Legos at the Zoo science fair.

Students from Oregon Episcopal School’s “Lego Physics” program will be showing their animal-themed lego… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Portland Then/Now: SW Washington St. & Downtown Waterfront

View of SW Washington Street looking west from the water, circa 1927: City of Portland Archives. A2004-002.5653

Portland Then/Now: SW Washington St. & Downtown Waterfront

 

Lifestyle

video: Oregon Lottery Features Mat Kearney in New Ad

The Oregon Lottery released a new campaign featuring the beloved singer-songwriter, Mat Kearney.

On May 25th, the Oregon Lottery released a new campaign featuring the beloved singer-songwriter, Mat Kearney. Mat… Read More

 

Arts

KBOO Seeks Proposals for New Queer Programming

The volunteer driven, community radio station, KBOO, is currently seeking proposals for new queer programming.

The volunteer driven, community radio station, KBOO, is currently seeking proposals for new queer programming. The… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: Six College-Related Tasks Juniors Should Complete Now

Six college-related tasks juniors should complete before the end of this school year.

 

Lifestyle

video: Party Report: Patrick Lamb Video Premiere Party

Patrick Lamb at VIP video premiere party for

Patrick Lamb held a very exclusive VIP video premiere party at the Lake Theater & Cafe in Lake Oswego for his new single… Read More

 

Food

Leather Storrs: Cooking With Pot

The overlap of politics and food is about to get skunky. As states, notably mine, move towards the legalization of marijuana,… Read More

 

Food

Food Innovation Center Hosts Time to Market Showcase

On Tuesday, June 2nd the Time To Market Trade Show will be held at the Food Innovation Center.