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Why Republican Bruce Starr is Out of Step With his Voters

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Starr maintains an interesting dance with the voters in his district. Democrats hold a solid voter registration edge, which I suspect keeps him from getting too publicly cozy with most of the fringe rightwing elements of his party. Or at least he’s really good at keeping that part under wraps.  

But that edge hasn’t kept Starr from pushing public policy in the legislature that kowtows to groups that seem deeply out-of-step with his constituents.

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Critics Critiqued: Tips for Portland Food Writers

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

"Portland food writing was bad and has gotten worse." Leather Storrs puts PDX food critics under scrutiny.

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Portland Named One of the 11 Greatest Foodie Cities In America

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Portland was just ranked one of the 11 greatest foodie cities in America by the Huffington Post.

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Shiny, Happy Kindergarteners: Five Tips for Your Child’s First Day of School

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Wherever your child ends up on the “how-did-she-do-at-drop-off?” spectrum this Friday (Sept. 5 is the first day for most PPS kindergarteners), these five tips should help make the transition a smoother one.

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Amanda ‘‘Ice’’ Habrowski Joins Live 95.5

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Flavor of Love’s Amanda ''Ice'' Habrowski has just joined Live 95.5  as the weeknight deejay. The former reality show contestant will be on air Monday through Friday from 7 p.m. to midnight.

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Under pressure? Four Tips To Help With Stress

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

How to ‘cope with stress’ is a much bandied about term that gets lots of airtime today. There's not one solution for every one, so here are four different techniques that cater to different people with different learning styles. 

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Oregon Zoo Lays Tracks For New Train Route

Construction on the trestle at the Oregon Zoo

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Crews are laying tracks for the new Oregon Zoo railway which is set to open later this year. The railroad will circle a 20 ft. high elevated trestle and is intended to give visitors a better view of the animals.

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Oregon Film Office Hires New Executive Director

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

The Governor's Office of Film & Television announced Tuesday the appointment of Tim Williams as new executive director. 

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Beer Competition Features Brew Made With Tualatin River Water

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

The Pure Water Brew Competition on Saturday, September 6th in Hillsboro is the first ever contest to feature beer made with highly purified water from the Tualatin River. 

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Portland Then/Now: Union Station

Union Station Exterior from  Johnson, circa 1913. City of Portland Archives. A2009-009.568

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

As much as Portland changes, it also stays the same. Sort of.

For example, take Old Town's iconic Union Station, pictured here both in (circa) 1913 and 101 years later in 2014. 

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