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Glenn Parker: Importance of Ducks’ Win Over Spartans

Parker believes the Ducks’ comeback victory against Michigan State should have lasting implications. Photo Credit: rayterrill via Compfight cc

Friday, September 12, 2014

Although Pac-12 Networks football analyst Glenn Parker is a graduate of the University of Arizona, he has a thorough understanding of the culture that exists at Oregon - a brother and sister married into families filled with Ducks fans, and several nephews and nieces are enrolled in Eugene. 

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Oregon Politics: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Every Friday, GoLocalPDX breaks down who's rising and who's falling in the world of Oregon politics. Check out who made the lists this week.

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Get to Know Your Local Bottleshop: Storyteller Wine Company

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Friday, September 12, 2014

For the third in our series looking at local, independently owned bottle shops in and around Portland, we’re looking at Southwest Portland’s Storyteller Wine Company.

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The Reluctant Adventurer: The Grotto

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Our Reluctant Adventurer Courtenay Hameister visits a 62-acre Catholic shrine and botanical garden in Portland, known as The Grotto. 

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Last Spin: DJ TrixieDoll Will Play the Matador Out

DJ Trixiedoll's advertisements feature a punk kitten with an AC/DC record.

Friday, September 12, 2014

After 40 years in service the Matador on West Burnside Street is closing its doors. It last night is tonight, Friday, Sept. 12, and DJ TrixieDoll will be there to spin it into Portland history.

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NedSpace: A Home for New Portland Businesses

NedSpace is located in the United Way Building.

Friday, September 12, 2014

You had an idea, you started a company, but now it’s time for you to move out of your  parents’ basement. That’s where NedSpace comes in: a city-center co-working space for startup business, entrepreneurs, designers, marketers, coders, HTML jockeys, remote workers, freelancers and more. 

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Get Off My Back! Five tips for Dealing With Micromanagers

Friday, September 12, 2014

Micromanagers are frequently on the list of workplace challenges employees face, and are often reluctant, if not impossible, to get to change. While they may be annoying and oppressive, there are strategies employees can use to mitigate the negative vibes of a micromanager. 

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Oregon’s Uncollected Revenue Up 50 Percent to $3.2 Billion

Thursday, September 11, 2014

The state of Oregon holds $3.2 billion in uncollected debt, up 50 percent from $2 billion owed in 2009. While officials say there’s not much they can do, critics say the state could be working smarter, not harder.

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Boatbound: The Uber of Boats Arrives on Portland Shores

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Boatbound, a new “peer-to-peer” sharing service for boat rentals, has quietly washed ashore in Portland, largely unnoticed by regulators, and private boat owners are renting out their vessels to strangers, at their own peril.

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Nancy Hales: The City That Worked For An Out-Of-Town Visitor

Nancy Hales Photo by Alan Wiener

Thursday, September 11, 2014

“The City that Works.” This slogan pasted on the side of city vehicles probably doesn’t get much notice by Portlanders. But for one recent international visitor, it defined his entire Portland experience.

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