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Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites, Too!

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites, Too!

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites Too! : It's Gameday!
Oregon City resident seeks help with cancer treatment

Oregon City resident seeks help with cancer treatment

Portland Tribune - Features
Romance novelist Dee Lake 'keeping the highest faith that I will get through this'
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Michael reported on Google 'U need lighting service? These people can help you. Great place'
They're playing, on a jet plane

They're playing, on a jet plane

Portland Tribune - Features
The group Portlandia Brass Ensemble ventures out into the Washington County woods to play a concert - on a wing.
Oregon City-area farmer hosts pumpkin drive for rescued…

Oregon City-area farmer hosts pumpkin drive for rescued…

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Virginia Borden collecting non-rotting squash, other vegetables from Oct. 8 to Nov. 15
Molalla hosts pride event

Molalla hosts pride event

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Folks gather at Long Park to wave the rainbow flag at first-ever Molalla Pride.
Bonamici visits nearly finished Patricia Reser arts center

Bonamici visits nearly finished Patricia Reser arts center

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Beaverton's premier arts center is set to open its doors in March 2022, after years of anticipation.
LaRhonda Steele's summit: Oregon Music Hall of Fame

LaRhonda Steele's summit: Oregon Music Hall of Fame

Portland Tribune - Features
Singer earns prestigious place after years of entertaining fans in Portland and beyond.
Jeff Alworth pens another good book

Jeff Alworth pens another good book

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The second edition of 'The Beer Bible' comes out Sept. 28, as the author strives for the 'authoritative' tome on brews.
Experimental art takes stage at TBA 21

Experimental art takes stage at TBA 21

Portland Tribune - Features
The annual Time-Based Art Festival returns with in-person shows, as well as virtual offerings, Sept. 16-Oct. 3.
Portland Trib photo intern joins renowned Mexican folk band

Portland Trib photo intern joins renowned Mexican folk band

Portland Tribune - Features
Jonathan Villagomez started this summer as a photographer. He left as a musician to tour and play across the U.S.
Bits & Pieces: Rodriguez stepping down at Artists Rep

Bits & Pieces: Rodriguez stepping down at Artists Rep

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include Oregon Cultural Trust, 'Hood River,' Mochica the penguin and 'Dracula'
Take part in Clackamas County haunted house

Take part in Clackamas County haunted house

Portland Tribune - Features
Volunteers needed at Clackamas County Scare Fair for acting, design, makeup and more
Local teen beats men in 'American Ninja Warrior'

Local teen beats men in 'American Ninja Warrior'

Portland Tribune - Features
But, Caiden Madzelan comes up short of moving on in Las Vegas national finals; he vows to be better in 2022.
STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration

STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration

Portland Tribune - Features
The nonprofit organization and book by the same name, by Sarah Foster, hopes to spark interest in STEM among girls.
Bits & Pieces: KISS hit with COVID-19, but tour will resume

Bits & Pieces: KISS hit with COVID-19, but tour will resume

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include 'AGT' and Jimmie Herrod, TBA21, Portland Opera's George Manahan and more.
In-person Art in the Pearl thrills artists

In-person Art in the Pearl thrills artists

Portland Tribune - Features
The 25th annual festival returns to the North Park Blocks Sept. 4-6, featuring 100 artists from around the country.
Stirling finds her 'niche,' becomes star

Stirling finds her 'niche,' becomes star

Portland Tribune - Features
The violinist puts on a unique, violin-driven electronic show, and she'll be performing at Moda Center on Sept. 6.
Bits & Pieces: Oregon Symphony hosts Waterfront Park…

Bits & Pieces: Oregon Symphony hosts Waterfront Park…

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include Performing Arts Vaccine Coalition, VOICES Lectures and 'American Ninja Warrior' finalist.
September Arts: Poetry through TV listings, by Kay…

September Arts: Poetry through TV listings, by Kay…

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include 'Zig Zag' at Gallery 114 and 'Thunderstruck 2.0' at Carnation Contemporary.
A day at the Oregon State Fair

A day at the Oregon State Fair

Portland Tribune - Features
Fried food, traditional crafts, rides, animals and even vaccines attract Oregonians to Salem for the state fair's return.
Bits & Pieces: Let feelings known through Dear Stranger

Bits & Pieces: Let feelings known through Dear Stranger

Portland Tribune - Features
Other items include Venice VR Expanded, Cemetery Concert Series, PDX Pop Up Shop Program and more.
Author shares road stories of Christian rock band

Author shares road stories of Christian rock band

Portland Tribune - Features
For Jameson Ketchum, it was an eye-opening experience with Fallstar, as well as Warped Tour bands and more.
The Suhs and Scarlett school kids about money

The Suhs and Scarlett school kids about money

Portland Tribune - Features
The foundations for the Portland-raised NFL players partner with tech company on financial program for students.
It's Oregon State Fair time

It's Oregon State Fair time

Portland Tribune - Features
After cancellation in 2020, the fair returns with food, music, rides, crafts, animals, competitions and more.
Rock legends descend on Boring for summer concert series

Rock legends descend on Boring for summer concert series

Portland Tribune - Features
Guns N' Roses, Journey, Eagles tribute bands set stage for head-banging fun at Mt Hood Center
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Kay's home lighting By Kay Newell
Thayer's wild ride with KISS

Thayer's wild ride with KISS

Portland Tribune - Features
Tommy Thayer, an Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee, marks 20th year as 'The Spaceman' in the great rock 'n' roll band.
Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites, Too!

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites, Too!

Portland Tribune - Features
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner: Unique flags and their meanings
All I want to do is pick up litter along the road

All I want to do is pick up litter along the road

Portland Tribune - Features
The reason I started thinking about this was because two of my heroes are dedicated litter picker-uppers.

Clackamas County water agencies offer paid…

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Clackamas County water agencies offer paid…
High school grads are eligible for $18-an-hour salary, $20 hourly in second year of training.

Paul Bragdon, former Reed College president, dies…

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Paul Bragdon, former Reed College president, dies…
He shaped other higher ed institutions in Oregon after an early stint in New York City politics.

'The Rocky Horror Picture Show': Clinton Street is…

Portland Tribune - Features
'The Rocky Horror Picture Show': Clinton Street is…
But the theater is more than just the cult classic, and 'Rocky Horror' is more than just a show.

Filmmaker takes pride in 'Paper Tigers'

Portland Tribune - Features
Filmmaker takes pride in 'Paper Tigers'
Bao Tran of Seattle stuck to his beliefs in kung fu comedy that took 10 years to make; it'll be shown Aug. 16 at Hollywood.

Bits & Pieces: Tour acts returning; Goodfoot…

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Bits & Pieces: Tour acts returning; Goodfoot…
Items include China Forbes, La Strada Dei Pastelli Chalk Art Festival, Venice VR Expanded, Montavilla Jazz Festival.

National Night Out in Happy Valley honors first…

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National Night Out in Happy Valley honors first…
City pays tribute to public safety personnel, including from Sheriff's Office, Clackamas Fire

Pull up to the bumper, baby

Portland Tribune - Features
Pull up to the bumper, baby
Drive-in movies are back at the Portland Expo Center, and could be your safest bet for August in-person entertainment.

'Coolest opportunity': Portland women's fire camp…

Portland Tribune - Features
'Coolest opportunity': Portland women's fire camp…
The free fire camp teaches young women fire service skills including wildland safety, fire hose use and more.

August Arts: Ingeborg Gerdes work celebrated at…

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August Arts: Ingeborg Gerdes work celebrated at…
First Thursday openings are featured at Gallery 114, Russo Lee Gallery, Elizabeth Leach Gallery and elsewhere.

Bits & Pieces: Oregon Music Hall of Fame induction…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Oregon Music Hall of Fame induction…
Other items include The Lot Summer Music Festival, Oregon Symphony's 'Notations' and Ironman 70.3 Oregon

Bringing comfort at the end

Portland Tribune - Features
Bringing comfort at the end
Local death doula Crystal Meneses organizes unique shows focused on making death, dying more comfortable topics.

Lake Oswego resident makes appearance in movie 'Pig'

Portland Tribune - Features
Lake Oswego resident makes appearance in movie 'Pig'
Actor David Knell plays Chef Derek Finway in the new drama starring Nicolas Cage.

THPRD, partners aim to put more parks near…

Portland Tribune - Features
THPRD, partners aim to put more parks near…
How Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District officials are incentivizing more affordable housing projects.

Lake Oswego resident to speak at TEDxPortland event…

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Lake Oswego resident to speak at TEDxPortland event…
Company's 'Year 10' celebration will take place at the Moda Center with an audience of more than 7,000.

Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first…

Portland Tribune - Features
Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first…
Oregon City Brewing owner Bryce Morrow provides update on Beer Library coming to Canby

THPRD brings back monthly passes

Portland Tribune - Features
THPRD brings back monthly passes
The Elsie Stuhr Center will also reopen in September, according to the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District.

Oregon man spills stories on J. Edgar Hoover

Portland Tribune - Features
Oregon man spills stories on J. Edgar Hoover
Paul Letersky's book is available this month and takes the reader inside FBI strategies.

Garden Home Community Library to return to regular…

Portland Tribune - Features
Garden Home Community Library to return to regular…
No appointment will be required and masks for vaccinated visitors will be optional.

'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers…

Portland Tribune - Features
'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers…
After traveling performers' shows were canceled for more than a year, the Washington County Fair marks a comeback.

Shot in the dark

Portland Tribune - Features
Shot in the dark
A-WOL Aerial dance troupe returns to the forest with their show Art in the Dark, which showcases strength and silk

Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting
Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting:Yes, Shop Local By Kay Newell

Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner,…

Portland Tribune - Features
Business News Update: Elmer's Flag and Banner,…
Suggested reading brought to you by Elmer's Flag and Banner: Elmer's Remembers the Moonwalk

Former Oregon City mayor publishes civics book

Portland Tribune - Features
Former Oregon City mayor publishes civics book
John Williams publishes book on William Simon U'Ren, who shaped Oregon governance, influenced national politics.

Portland Opera hires Priti Gandhi as artistic…

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland Opera hires Priti Gandhi as artistic…
She comes from Minnesota Opera, and has written a weekly opera column for a San Diego newspaper.

Oregon City Festival of the Arts returns

Portland Tribune - Features
Oregon City Festival of the Arts returns
After a hiatus in 2020, Aug. 14-15 event at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center brings new community project

Old Moody Stages comes to life

Portland Tribune - Features
Old Moody Stages comes to life
The project provides show space inside and outside of Zidell family's Barge Building property at South Waterfront.

Bits & Pieces: Washington County Fair expands to 10…

Portland Tribune - Features
Bits & Pieces: Washington County Fair expands to 10…
Other items include JAW New Play Festival, Pink Martini at Pioneer Courthouse Square and Jim Tarjan.

In post-Irving era, Oregon Ballet Theatre puts…

Portland Tribune - Features
In post-Irving era, Oregon Ballet Theatre puts…
The former principal dancer had to retire with an injury, and he takes over as interim artistic director.

West End District to welcome Portland Cider Co.

Portland Tribune - Features
West End District to welcome Portland Cider Co.
The cidery's owners hope their first Westside location will draw guests seeking a more 'urban feel.'

Portland man gets Air Force One mission

Portland Tribune - Features
Portland man gets Air Force One mission
Greg Pagh is part of crew cleaning and detailing 1950s-era presidential plane at Seattle's Museum of Flight.

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