Mountain View only school in state vying in national contest showcasing student skills

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BEAVERTON LODGE - Margaret NormanAs we end the year, I am deeply grateful for our community of cherished residents and staff members and looking forward to the new year.

Beaverton Lodge -- an independent, locally owned retirement living community founded in 1988 -- offers comfort in continuity and delight in the unfolding seasons throughout the year.

Situated along a tranquil portion of Beaverton Creek, the landscape is home to local creatures such as ducks and a large variety of bird species. Our residents love the walking paths and gardens, with plenty of benches on which to stop, sit and enjoy the beauty and sounds. A few blocks away are the Beaverton Library and the Elsie Stuhr senior center.

Residents find all the features one would want in a retirement community: large apartments with storage closets; a full-service dining room; a mineral saline pool and spa; and a movie theater with fresh popcorn.

Family and friends are welcome to stroll through “the golden gallery,” where local artists showcase their paintings and other art.

In the spring and summer, residents tend their raised-bed gardens, which produce tomatoes, corn, cucumbers and squash. The Beaverton Farmer’s Market is just a few blocks away, with fresh local homegrown produce.

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Beaverton's Features

BARBARA SHERMAN - Bob Rodzwell moved to Summerfield last year to be closer to one of his daughters who lives in Sherwood and brought a lot of his war paraphernalia and photos to the Summerfield Veterans Coffee on Veterans Day 2016.
March 24, 2017

Vietnam War combat pilot charts his own course

by Barbara Sherman
Bob Rodzwell volunteered to go to Vietnam and moved his family to Bangkok to see them frequently.
COURTESY: OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY - People around the world are celebrating John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy's 100th birthday this year. Oregon Historical Society will unveil a comprehensive exhibit of items and photos.
March 24, 2017

JFK: Inspiring a new generation

by Lyndsey Hewitt
Oregon Historical Society marks the president's 100th birthday with a display of rare items.
FILE - David Ritchie, who writes short plays about historical figures, is bringing his latest show to the West Slope Community Library this Saturday.
March 09, 2017

Play imagines moment in lives of Eisenhower, Churchill

by The Times
Professor David Ritchie wrote the historical fantasy, which will be performed at the West Slope Community Library.


REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Artist George D. Green stands next to a piece entitled 'Marooned in Dream: A Path of Song and Mind,' which he painted in 2013.
March 09, 2017

Oregon artist who made it big comes home for exhibition

by Kelsey O'Halloran
George D. Green has brought his paintings to Lake Oswego for a monthlong display.
March 09, 2017

Dinner, entertainment to support school in Tanzania

by The Times
Huruma School for Children with Disabilities to benefit from the Taste of Tanzania.
March 09, 2017

Singers, dancers team up for ‘Stabat Mater’ concert

by The Times
The March 17 event is a benefit for Ceasefire Oregon Education Foundation.
PHOTO BY JAMES G. HILL - Actress Jade Tate, a Southridge High School alumna, is embraced by Congeyer.
March 05, 2017

PCC takes audiences to 'Heights'

by The Times
'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the music and lyrics based on the book by Quiara Alegría Hudes.
Mayne Mihacsi
March 02, 2017

Cue the fanfare: Beaverton Symphony Orchestra gains a new executive director

by Dana Haynes
Mayne Mihacsi is the newly named boss, but also a longtime musician with the group.
PHOTO COURTESY OF BEAVERTON CIVIC THEATRE - Amanda Clark as Corie and Connor Brown as Paul star in "Barefoot in the Park."
February 25, 2017

Courtship, comedy-style

by Dana Haynes
Beaverton Civic Theatre is bringing Neil Simon's classic 'Barefoot in the Park' to town.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: LYNDSEY HEWITT - The Portland Art Museum held a soft opening of 'Constructing Identity' last week where attendees could get a first look at the art. The exhibit is on display through June 18.
February 23, 2017

Race, culture and expression: 'Constructing Identity' showcases African American art

by Lyndsey Hewitt
The Portland Art Museum's curator suggests the exhibit is an effort to rectify a 'crime of omission.'
COURTESY OF THE ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY - Roger Kaza, at right with Christopher Dwyer of the St. Louis Symphony, returns to the Portland Youth Philharmonic for a performance.
February 23, 2017

St. Louis Symphony’s Roger Kaza to play with Portland Youth Philharmonic

by The Times
It's a sort of homecoming for the horn soloist, who played with the group in the 1960s and '70s.
COURTESY: BRICKARTIST.COM - A very large exhibit of Nathan Sawaya's Lego art, 'The Art of the Brick,' will show at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry through May.
February 16, 2017

'The Art of the Brick,' LEGO style

by Jason Vondersmith
Artist Nathan Sawaya is bringing his colorful creations to OMSI, starting this weekend.
COURTESY PHOTO - Rainbow Dance Theatre uses African beats paired with dance to trace the roots of hip-hop.
February 16, 2017

Hip-hop, anyone?

by Michael Sproles
A Monmouth-based group is bringing dance and West African percussion to the Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro.
COURTESY: PORTLAND ART MUSEUM - 'Rodin: The Human Experience,' which shows through April 16 at Portland Art Museum, showcases 52 selections from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections, all casted by the Rodin Museum in Paris.
February 09, 2017

Rodin exhibition on display at Portland Art Museum

by Joseph Gallivan
The French sculptor's bronze work is less well-known than 'The Thinker' and 'The Kiss.'
February 09, 2017

Works by Danish artist on display in Garden Home

by The Times
A public reception is slated for Friday at the Nordia House Cultural Center.
PHOTO COURTESY OF FLATIRON BOOKS - Author Stephanie Garber comes to Powell's at Cedar Hills Crossing on Thursday.
February 06, 2017

Mystery, Myth and Menace

by Dana Haynes
Stephanie Garber bring her fantasy novel, 'Caraval,' to town at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Powell's at Cedar Hill Crossing.
CRAIG MITCHELLDYER/BROADWAY ROSE THEATRE COMPANY - Andrea Enright poses on the set of the upcoming Broadway Rose show, 'Company.'
February 02, 2017

Actress wears her heart on her sleeve

by Barbara Sherman
Andrea Enright is still grieving loss of her husband, but returning to acting is bringing her new joy.
COURTESY PHOTO - Tara Velarde, now a solo artist, is a singer/songwriter influenced by the likes of Regina Spektor, Brandi Carlile, Joni Mitchell, Judy Garland and more.
February 02, 2017

Sweetness and power: Pacific grad releases solo album

by Michael Sproles
Tara Velarde debuts a solo album that shows off her vocals.
PHOTO COURTESY OF LAKEWOOD THEATRE - Gary L. Anderson plays both a suspect and a sleuth in the latest mystery at Lakewood Theatre.
January 26, 2017

Murder, mayhem and the occasional martini

by Dana Haynes
Performances of Agatha Christie's 'Murder on the Nile' continue at Lakewood Community Theatre.

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