Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Free soothing music offered by Michael Allen Harrison,…

Free soothing music offered by Michael Allen Harrison,…

Clackamas Review - Features
Could you benefit from listening to some soothing music? Read on to learn where you can find some and it's free.
Milwaukie teachers to bring skills to Congo

Milwaukie teachers to bring skills to Congo

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas School District's Kelley and Phil Marchant look forward to exploring culture, community
Caring for pets amid COVID-19 crisis

Caring for pets amid COVID-19 crisis

Clackamas Review - Features
DoveLewis' services will continue as normal, but precautions are likely to have lasting impact
Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy

Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy

Clackamas Review - Features
YouTube video shows how to sterilize grocery packages so you aren't bringing coronavirus into your home. Take a look and share this widely, as it…
'Savage Midlife' ready to rumble, coronavirus or not

'Savage Midlife' ready to rumble, coronavirus or not

Clackamas Review - Features
Comedy produced by Oregon City High School grads seeks community support through Kickstarter
Finding peace amid crisis

Finding peace amid crisis

Clackamas Review - Features
Local parks provide outlet for East Multnomah County residents to shake off social-distance blues
Woman grows community at small Happy Valley farm

Woman grows community at small Happy Valley farm

Clackamas Review - Features
Jen Browning's Juniper Layne Farm provides produce, flowers, eggs at farmers market
NAMI Clackamas County member's book inspires readers

NAMI Clackamas County member's book inspires readers

Clackamas Review - Features
Sherry Joiner's 'Last Miracle for Maria' addresses suicide, offers advice on alcoholism and mental illness
League of Women Voters celebrates 100th anniversary

League of Women Voters celebrates 100th anniversary

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas County group to publish voter guide in May, a century since passage of the 19th Amendment
Clackamas County to welcome season with English tea

Clackamas County to welcome season with English tea

Clackamas Review - Features
Registration begins for May 2 event to be held at Oak Grove United Methodist Church
State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus…

State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus…

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The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.
Miss Oregon asks nation to Standup against bullying

Miss Oregon asks nation to Standup against bullying

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie resident Shayla Montgomery, a senior at Clackamas Middle College, prepares for Miss Teen USA pageant
Take a trip to 'Almost, Maine' in Milwaukie

Take a trip to 'Almost, Maine' in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Rising Phoenix Theater's connected tales of love sure to resonate with viewers
'Spin Cycle' presents load of Oregon City student-written…

'Spin Cycle' presents load of Oregon City student-written…

Clackamas Review - Features
OCHS irons out seven one-act plays set in a laundromat, opening March 4 at high school
Tany's Bakery thrives on familial partnership

Tany's Bakery thrives on familial partnership

Clackamas Review - Features
Mom, dad, kids of Loeza family put heart and soul into homemade pastries, bread, cakes
John Aho Memorial Steelhead Derby returns to Troutdale

John Aho Memorial Steelhead Derby returns to Troutdale

Clackamas Review - Features
March 7 event honors Sandy River guide who died in 2018; weigh-in held at Skyland Pub
Enter Willie Wonka's world with Clackamas High School

Enter Willie Wonka's world with Clackamas High School

Clackamas Review - Features
Beloved characters come to life in 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' opening March 6
'Leaving Iowa' takes poignant, witty tour of family's past

'Leaving Iowa' takes poignant, witty tour of family's past

Clackamas Review - Features
Eastside Theater Company show will spark memories of dad-directed road trips
Rex Putnam High School goes under the sea with 'Little…

Rex Putnam High School goes under the sea with 'Little…

Clackamas Review - Features
Small children to adults will enjoy musical love story starting Feb. 21 in Oak Grove
At age 61, Bobbi Parker Hall embodies 'Fit over 50'

At age 61, Bobbi Parker Hall embodies 'Fit over 50'

Clackamas Review - Features
Happy Valley resident, CEO of Modern Bodies Fitness for women invited to appear on 'Tamron Hall Show'
Milwaukie's Chapel Theatre to host free play readings

Milwaukie's Chapel Theatre to host free play readings

Clackamas Review - Features
Part of Fertile Ground fest, series features LineStorm Playwrights' work Feb. 5-9
Colorful sea creatures on Rex Putnam High School stage

Colorful sea creatures on Rex Putnam High School stage

Clackamas Review - Features
Students head up costume crew for 'Little Mermaid,' featuring 50 actors from Feb. 21-29
'Don't Talk to the Actors' ... but laugh with them

'Don't Talk to the Actors' ... but laugh with them

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players' lively comedy opens Feb. 7 at Rose Villa center in Oak Grove
Play-reading series debuts at Milwaukie's Chapel Theatre

Play-reading series debuts at Milwaukie's Chapel Theatre

Clackamas Review - Features
Fertile Ground Reading Series from Linestorm Playwrights at 4107 S.E. Harrison St., Milwaukie
Milwaukie High senior wins photo contest award

Milwaukie High senior wins photo contest award

Clackamas Review - Features
Kristen Wesson's winning entry captured climate change march in downtown Portland
Beltaine brings Celtic-flavored tradition to Gresham gig

Beltaine brings Celtic-flavored tradition to Gresham gig

Clackamas Review - Features
Portland-based quartet keeps Irish sing-along custom alive and well around Pacific Northwest
Eyes on the prize ... of 'indeterminate value'

Eyes on the prize ... of 'indeterminate value'

Gresham Outlook - Features
Corbett man directs elaborate, enigmatic scavenger hunt in multiple West Coast cities
'Blind' sees parallels in advance of Milwaukie opening

'Blind' sees parallels in advance of Milwaukie opening

Clackamas Review - Features
Fertile Ground playwright: Show set in 1960s relevant to today's racial tensions
Beavercreek resident shoots homage to 'Ghostbusters'

Beavercreek resident shoots homage to 'Ghostbusters'

Clackamas Review - Features
Jennings Lodge retirement home's paranormal being captured by filmmakers using extras from Homewoods on the Willamette
Lo and behold: Jupiter, Europa, ice, fire

Lo and behold: Jupiter, Europa, ice, fire

Gresham Outlook - Features
Juno spacecraft delivers otherworldly images at Mt. Hood Community College Planetarium Sky Theater

Oregon City High School grad serves on USS…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City High School grad serves on USS…
Logan Buehner takes pride in Navy deployment to the Indo-Pacific ocean regions

Gresham resident seeks owner of lost doll

Gresham Outlook - News
Gresham resident seeks owner of lost doll
Jere Hudson retrieves female doll he found lying in the street in Wood Village just after Christmas

Milwaukie resident heads to America's Miss Pageant

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie resident heads to America's  Miss Pageant
Kervencia Limage, USOA's Miss Oregon, will vie for national title in February

Homewoods on the Willamette employee's karaoke queen

Clackamas Review - Features
Homewoods on the Willamette employee's karaoke queen
Jenning Lodge's Jupiter-Davidson takes skills to top as first winner of masters singing championship

Union members bring holiday cheer to needy families

Clackamas Review - Features
Union members bring holiday cheer to needy families
Volunteers, including Happy Valley resident Barb Mathey, provide hot meal, presents, clothing and toys

'Community over competition' in Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - Features
'Community over competition' in Clackamas County
Oak Grove coffee shop owner temporarily closes store to sell java for terminally ill rival

Young composer in Oregon City knows the score

Clackamas Review - Features
Young composer in Oregon City knows the score
Program helps Alliance Charter sophomore Haladar Wright polish musical skills

St. Nicholas Faire to benefit Bloomin' Boutique

Clackamas Review - Features
St. Nicholas Faire to benefit Bloomin' Boutique
Event offers raffle baskets, crafts, food and more Dec. 6-7 at church in Oregon City

Out and About

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Out and About
Here are some of the events, activities, exhibits and performances in The Outlook's coverage area for this week

Planetarium pays visit to moon

Gresham Outlook - Features
Planetarium pays visit to moon
Mt. Hood Community College presentation reveals craters, mountains, lava channels and even volcanoes

'Sylvia' unleashes laughs in play about marriage

Clackamas Review - Features
'Sylvia' unleashes laughs in play about marriage
Fetching plot by A.R. Gurney will delight dog lovers in Oak Grove, boost support for PAW

'Our Black Friday'

Gresham Outlook - Features
'Our Black Friday'
Area merchants go extra mile to draw in shoppers on Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30

Concerts deliver dynamic mix of voices,…

Gresham Outlook - Features
Concerts deliver dynamic mix of voices,…
Mt. Hood Community College showcases jazz, choir, chamber sounds in Fall Term Concerts Dec. 2-9

OCHS grad oversees production of 'Octette Bridge…

Clackamas Review - Features
OCHS grad oversees production of 'Octette Bridge…
Stage manager Alanis Graham happy to work with former Oregon City teacher Karlyn Love

OCHS embraces creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky

Clackamas Review - Features
OCHS embraces creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky
'Addams Family,' with cast of 47, lurches onstage Nov. 20-23 at Oregon City High School

Handmade quilt to be raffled off near Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Handmade quilt to be raffled off near Milwaukie
Clackamas United Church of Christ plans holiday bake sale, bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 23

Oregon City Children's Theatre heads down Yellow…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City Children's Theatre heads down Yellow…
'The Wiz Jr.' retells classic tale with jazzy dimension, opening Nov. 15 at Beavercreek Grange

'Becky's New Car' steers through serious issues

Clackamas Review - Features
'Becky's New Car' steers through serious issues
Play with comedic moments opens Clackamas Community College's student season Nov. 14

New Century Players actors lay their cards on table

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players actors lay their cards on table
'Octette Bridge Club' explores women's roles during 1934-1944 period in Providence, Rhode Island

Readers Theatre presents alternate take on…

Gresham Outlook - Features
Readers Theatre presents alternate take on…
Veteran actor Michael Streeter looks to expand audience at local productions

'Twin Moons Rising' opens Krayon Kids season

Clackamas Review - Features
'Twin Moons Rising' opens Krayon Kids season
Play is bittersweet for founder, as she bids farewell to actors aging out of program

Oregon City resident thrives after kidney transplant

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City resident thrives after kidney transplant
Vicki Guthrie learns about kidney failure the hard way, but finds an organ donor

Students perform poems with Oregon Shakespeare…

Clackamas Review - Features
Students perform poems with Oregon Shakespeare…
Shakespeare festival members share their passion for theater with Oregon City, Gladstone teens

'Honk!' celebrates differences in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - Features
'Honk!' celebrates differences in Happy Valley
Clackamas High School cast brings classic 'Ugly Duckling' to life through song, dance

Farce at its finest in Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Farce at its finest in Oak Grove
Funny 'Lend Me a Tenor' play by Ken Ludwig opens theater season at Rex Putnam High School

Uncorking a new career

Gresham Outlook - Features
Uncorking a new career
Gresham social services pioneer Donna Stoney splits time between helping others and making wine

Gresham man's house-haunting hobby goes viral

Gresham Outlook - Features
Gresham man's house-haunting hobby goes viral
Northwest Haunters network links spooky Halloween houses in Gresham with points far beyond

'Bakersfield Mist' opens Chapel Theatre season

Clackamas Review - Features
'Bakersfield Mist' opens Chapel Theatre season
Play directed by Illya deTorres poses questions about art and who's qualified to judge it

Storyteller to present tales of exiles, outcasts,…

Clackamas Review - Features
Storyteller to present tales of exiles, outcasts,…
Will Hornyak plans two Halloween themed shows at Wind Horse Coffee & Tea in Miwaukie

People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

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People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges
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