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Jack of All Trades: The Advantage of Career Generalism

Friday, August 29, 2014

Can you build a career while switching between professional roles on a regular basis? The answer, surprisingly, is yes. 

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Happy Birthday Alima Pure: Portland Cosmetics Company Celebrates 10 Years

Friday, August 29, 2014

Portland-based natural cosmetics company Alima Pure just turned 10 years old. And they're celebrating with the launch of some film noir-inspired limited edition eyeshadows. 

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Oregon Recognizes September as Recovery Month

September is Recovery Month, a recognition of treatment and prevention of addiction.

Friday, August 29, 2014

September is the month to focus on treatment and recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. 

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America’s Smartest Cities: How Do Oregon Cities Rank?

Corvallis, Ore. is the 22nd smartest core-statistical area in the country, according to Lumosity.

Friday, August 29, 2014

How smart are Northwesterners, and which cities are the smartest overall? 

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The Senator & The Showgirl: Jeff Merkley Meets Portlandia’s “Nina”

Jeff Merkley

Friday, August 29, 2014

Guess who Oregon's own Sen. Jeff Merkley posed with in a photograph?

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Business Profile: Knowledge U’s New Chief Marketing Officer Gail Galuppo

Gail Galuppo

Friday, August 29, 2014

Portland-based Knowledge Universe is the largest private early childhood education provider in the United States and the third largest privately held company in Oregon. Going on two years of positive growth, KU recently added Gail Galuppo to its executive team as chief marketing officer. 

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Do School Rankings Matter?

What's the best way to rate high schools? Experts weigh in.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Top education leaders have their own take on how schools should be evaluated and what matters more, from the learning environment to class size to academic growth. 

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The First Lady: Nancy Hales on Life as the Mayor’s Wife

Nancy Hales: Photos by Alan Wierner

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Nancy Hales on an evening with Pink Martini's Thomas Lauderdale, and spontaneous speeches as Portland's First Lady. 

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The Link Between Schools and Property Values in Oregon

Thursday, August 28, 2014

GoLocalPDX has released a list of the top high schools in Oregon, and real estate professionals have weighed in on what it means to buy a home in Oregon with an eye on schools.

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Why the Portland Street Fee Is A Bad Idea

Portland street

Thursday, August 28, 2014

By both lefty and righty analysis, a street fee to pay for road maintenance in the city of Portland fails. To the liberally inclined, charging every household a standard fee for road repair, regardless of how much they use or don’t use the roads, is inherently inequitable.

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