People of Providence – Meet Robert F. (Bob) Dwyer Jr.

Portland Tribune - Features
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'Nana's Guilty Pleasures' - food to go, plus a bit of…

The Bee - Features
Where once naturopathy and chiropractic were practiced, now it's time to dine!

'Almost, Maine' comes to Franklin High's stage

The Bee - Features
The thespians at FHS have briefly turned away from the classics for a more modern play...

Chinese 'Moon Festival' again celebrated in Woodstock

The Bee - Features
An Asian festival continues to delight Inner Southeast parents and children (and there's cake)

Confused? What does, and does NOT, go into your blue…

The Bee - Features
Although recycling at the curb is the same for now, industry changes require explanations...

Oaks Park again hosts regional Dahlia show

The Bee - Features
Once again, Oaks Park has hosted a major event in the world of Dahlias, and THE BEE was there

A 'green' cremation option offered in Southeast

The Bee - Features
Options for what are called 'final arrangements' are getting more ecologically positive

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Some of the notable events in November in Inner Southeast Portland, shown by date

Memories of three generations of a Sellwood family

The Bee - Features
A wander through Sellwood with a brother and sister whose parents and grandparents grew up here

'Arab Fest' flourishes at Oaks Park

The Bee - Features
A Middle-Eastern community of Portland residents celebrates its heritage each year in Sellwood

Tastes of Latinoamérica, at Mercado fiesta on Foster Road

The Bee - Features
The Portland Mercado has just presented its annual Fiesta once again on S.E. Foster Road

'54 Woodstock' apartment complex is open

The Bee - Features
All Southeast neighborhoods have been seeing an explosion of apartment houses -- Woodstock, too

Tucker Maxon School expands mandate; evolves

The Bee - Features
Originally simply a school for deaf children, Tucker Maxon on Holgate expands its mandate

Announced strip joint is out - new 'Towne Crier' Restaurant…

The Bee - Features
Reviving a former restaurant on Holgate Boulevard with blood, sweat, and crowdfunding

Ardenwald free outdoor concerts again draw crowds

The Bee - Features
Each summer features a weekly concert in the Ardenwald neighborhood east of McLoughlin

Llewellyn Elementary welcomes students with a picnic

The Bee - Features
'Back to School' at Llewellyn Elementary in Westmoreland means a community picnic

'Ice Cream Social' again a September highlight in Brooklyn…

The Bee - Features
September is the time for the Brooklyn neighborhood's 'Ice Cream Social' each year

'Berry Good Farm Market' on SE 28th changes owners and hours

The Bee - Features
Before Farmers Markets became so popular, there was (and still is) Berry Good on 28th

'Birds & Bees Nursery' celebrates first year in new location

The Bee - Features
We told you about this place when it was on Gladstone Street; now it's moved east

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Here you'll find the notable events and activities in Inner Southeast Portland around October

Amusement rides, new and old, along the boardwalk of Oaks…

The Bee - Features
The history of amusement parks in Portland centers on historic Oaks Amusement Park in Sellwood

All-day 'Sundae in the Park' fun in Sellwood Park

The Bee - Features
This was the thirty-ninth consecutive 'Sundae In The Park' in Sellwood -- first Sunday of August

Ardenwald 'Food Forest' is taking root

The Bee - Features
An Ardenwald 'food forest' project we told you about a year ago in THE BEE seems to be a success

'Shadow puppeteer' shines in Sellwood

The Bee - Features
An ancient performance art is demonstrated in Sellwood -- and enthralls audiences

'Summerville' draws a crowd in Sellwood and Westmoreland

The Bee - Features
The Sellwood and Westmoreland business association this year hosted 'Summerville' fun for all

'Big Truck Day' in Reed neighborhood draws kids, families

The Bee - Features
Once again, the big trucks gathered for a day at an auto repair shop in the Reed neighborhood

Johnson Creek volunteers celebrated with awards

The Bee - Features
Every year, many volunteers turn out to clean up -- and clean out -- Johnson Creek; some get awards

'Service mural' completed on S.E. 52nd Avenue Moose Lodge

The Bee - Features
Outdoor wall art appears on the Moose Lodge in Brentwood-Darlington, on 52nd Avenue

Fresh veggies available at Learning Gardens farm stand

The Bee - Features
Another place in Inner Southeast Portland where farm-fresh food is available in season

'Art Marketplace' pops up in Brooklyn

The Bee - Features
Artists in the Brooklyn neighborhood have banded together to be their own sales representatives

Family orthodontic practice opens in Woodstock

The Bee - Features
A new orthodontic practice opens in the Woodstock neighborhood, and we went in to learn more

Very local band performs at Brentwood 'Movie in the Park'

The Bee - Features
Usually PP&R provides the band for Movies in the Park; this time a purely local band stepped up

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Here are some highlights of the events and activities in Inner Southeast in September this year

Oregon Yacht Club - sailing strong after 118 years

The Bee - Features
It's near Oaks Park and well over a century old, and its mission has changed over the years....

Brentwood-Darlington neighbors join in celebrating July 4th

The Bee - Features
Brentwood Darlington salutes the Fourth of July by joining Southeast's parade of Parades!

Fourth of July parade unites Eastmoreland neighbors for a…

The Bee - Features
It's been a contentious couple of years in Eastmoreland; a parade soothes the nerves

Sellwood couple opens 'adventure travel' business

The Bee - Features
A specialized travel service based in Sellwood assists nonprofit organizations, too, in excursions

Cornucopia of music at this year's Riverfront Park concerts

The Bee - Features
In Sellwood, the month of July means free Monday night concerts by the Willamette River

'Dougy Center' client again hosts 'Oaks Kids Day'

The Bee - Features
A family commemorates a tragedy by bringing joy to children struggling with tragedy themselves

Stopping Inner Southeast car prowls and theft

The Bee - Features
Tips to keep yourself and your car from becoming a victim of a burglar or a thief

Brentwood-Darlington 'Master Gardeners' prepare new…

The Bee - Features
Master Gardeners lead the way in assisting gardeners -- and in preparing new public spaces too

Abernethy School mural emerges after 50 years under…

The Bee - Features
Ann Inner Southeast school's walls have hidden a secret since the days of the Great Depression....

Sellwood's 'Shakespeare Truck' gets a touch-up

The Bee - Features
In the Internet age, Art is not static or finished, ever -- not even on a pickup truck, it turns out

Artistic 'Flower Fence' sighted on SE 69th

The Bee - Features
A new gardening idea -- if you can't grow them, glue them on! See the results for yourself

Activist sisters raise expectations

Portland Tribune - Features
Duo brings social consciousness, folk, hip hop to two days of Pickathon, which takes place at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Aug. 3-5

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Here are highlights of some of the events and activities this month in Inner Southeast

At 20-year mark, Pickathon still taking chances

Portland Tribune - Features
There will be 50-plus artists helping Happy Valley music festival celebrate the milestone, Aug. 3-5; founder Zale Schoenborn is ecstatic about the…

Wilhelm's Portland Memorial Mausoleum:…

The Bee - Features
A mausoleum as a museum? Well, yes, Westmoreland has one of those -- over 100 years old

Brentwood-Darlington steps out to clean up Avenue…

The Bee - Features
SOLVE did some community cleanup along 82nd Avenue; Brentwood Darlington did its part

Woodstock Farmers Market is off to a 'healthy' start

The Bee - Features
Woodstock's Sunday Farmer's Market has now opened for the 2018 summer season

Woodstock Blvd. cleanup was fun; watering…

The Bee - Features
It's a simple matter of pride in one's community -- the annual Woodstock Cleanup

Couple again hikes 'Dawn-to-Dusk' to benefit Dougy…

The Bee - Features
One couple's celebration of summer has turned into a significant fundraiser for one nonprofit

Fun is 'gateway to summer' at Llewellyn Carnival

The Bee - Features
Westmoreland's elementary school always finds a way to set the stage for summertime

NW Portland children's dentistry practice opens…

The Bee - Features
A new children's dental practice has now opened in the Woodstock neighborhood

Small house embodies important Sellwood history

The Bee - Features
A bit of Sellwood's early history is embodied in an old house -- one about to be demolished

Holy Family's families host 'International Day'

The Bee - Features
Students at the Eastmoreland private school turn annually to an international theme

Brooklyn's Sacred Heart Church breaks ground for…

The Bee - Features
Something new is about to turn up on the Sacred Heart property on Milwaukie Avenue

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN JULY

The Bee - Features
Here are some of the key Events and Activities taking place in Inner Southeast in July

Portland Chamber Music ends season in Woodstock

The Bee - Features
A popular local concert ensemble chooses Inner Southeast to end its music season

Eastmoreland Garden Club 'sells out' plants quickly

The Bee - Features
An Eastmoreland club had a plant sale, and realized a tidy sum from its one-day effort

'Last Call' for Sellwood's Penguin Pub & Eatery

The Bee - Features
Another Inner Southeast landmark closes its doors -- to be converted into apartments

Foster-Powell's unique 'garden on asphalt' raises…

The Bee - Features
In the City of Portland there is just ONE community garden built on an asphalt surface!

Tons of trash make a good Sellwood-Westmoreland…

The Bee - Features
It's the oldest continuous annual neighborhood cleanup in the entire State of Oregon

'Heroes and Villains' raise funds for Llewellyn

The Bee - Features
It was the fundraising season for PTAs and school foundations; here's how Llewellyn did it

'Camp Cleveland' party raises funds for CHS PTA

The Bee - Features
This year's Cleveland High School's successful fundraising auction had a 'camping' theme

Collective's 'department store' opens in Sellwood

The Bee - Features
Is it a department store? Maybe. Its participants instead call it a 'business collective'

13th Moreland Farmer's Market again open on the…

The Bee - Features
They're still looking for a new location, but they've been given another year at their old spot

Volunteers: The secret of the Rhododendron Garden's…

The Bee - Features
Portland Parks owns Southeast's Rhododendron Garden, but volunteers make it thrive

SMILE's open house promotes community participation

The Bee - Features
SMILE, the neighborhood assn, held a second recent Open House to reintroduce itself to the community

'Springwater Meadows' celebrates 5th anniversary…

The Bee - Features
Several years in the planning, this block along the Springwater Trail needs regular maintenance

New data helping Foster Road businesses succeed

The Bee - Features
The businesspeople of Foster Road lean about demographics -- and how they can help

Plant sale brings 'Balfour Park' development nearer

The Bee - Features
In Ardenwald, Balfour Park gets just a little bit closer with each successful plant sale

Brentwood-Darlington neighbors 'clean up' in May

The Bee - Features
After a year off, the Brentwood Darlington clleanup returned -- with Woodstock welcome

Sellwood Middle School 5K Run moves to springtime

The Bee - Features
The fundraising race, in the past held in the fall, has moved to springtime, with success

Hula class for seniors draws widely at Woodstock…

The Bee - Features
A new approach to exercise -- taking a hula class -- draws a crowd in Inner Southeast

PCC 'Multicultural Night' a success in Montavilla

The Bee - Features
The many cultural influences impacting students at PCC in Montavilla are celebrated in one night

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Learn, here, some of the key events and activities in Southeast in the month of June

Avenue of Roses Business Assn. reveals plans

The Bee - Features
Although last year's 82nd Avenue Parade was cancelled, 2018 is upbeat on 82nd

Southeast's 'New Year in the Park' continues to…

The Bee - Features
While the Avenue of Roses Parade was underway, a cultural festival took place in Glenhaven Park

Suspect sees police coming and rams cruiser; is shot

The Bee - Features
A suspect finds that you assault a police officer with your car at your own peril; you can get shot

Southeast residents with rose gardens urged to enter

The Bee - Features
If you are proud of your rose garden, the Royal Rosarians want you to enter their contest

SOUTHEAST HISTORY: 'Renewed homes' heading for…

The Bee - Features
While much of old Southeast Portland seems under demolition, a celebration of four who renovated!

Brooklyn kids enjoy 5th annual Easter Egg Hunt

The Bee - Features
Parents, kids, and eggs make the traditional Easter tableau in the Brooklyn neighborhood

Annual Westmoreland Park scramble for Easter Eggs…

The Bee - Features
It takes two neighborhoods and two organizations to put on THIS long-running Easter Egg Hunt!

Brentwood-Darlington Moose Lodge hosts 'Breakfast…

The Bee - Features
Easter Eggs and breakfast were on the menu at the Moose Lodge in Brentwood-Darlington this year

Bullseye Glass' 'Working Glass' art on display…

The Bee - Features
The annual art show is on -- displaying the talents of the glassmarkers at Bullseye in Brooklyn

Moreland Farmers Market to reopen in May at same…

The Bee - News
They don't have to change location for at least one more year -- but they're still looking

'Hypertufa Queen' stars in annual Woodstock plant…

The Bee - Features
The community effort to maintain the Woodstock Community Center is sparked by this sale

'Mercado' on Foster Road celebrates third…

The Bee - News
This festive Foster Road marketplace has thrived, and celebrated its third anniversary in April

Johnson Creek benefits from 20th annual tidying

The Bee - Features
Johnson Creek - a major urban stream, but its value comes partly from the annual cleanups done there

Artists in glass increasingly turn to Southeast for…

The Bee - Features
The Watershed Bldg on Milwaukie Avenue houses another new specialized retail business

'Year of the Dog' celebrated on Powell Boulevard

The Bee - Features
A celebration keyed to the Asian year took place not long ago at a restaurant on Powell Blvd

Brooklyn and Woodstock businesses move to…

The Bee - Features
Two businesses have relocated from one Inner Southeast neighborhood to another

'Friends of Moreland Woods' plans park design…

The Bee - Features
While the effort to raise money to make this neighborhood park possible continues....

Easter Eggs again reign, at Brentwood Park

The Bee - Features
In Brentwood-Darlington, the Easter Bunny shows up overhead -- dropping eggs on everyone!

SOUTHEAST EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

The Bee - Features
Here are some of the key Events and Activities in Inner Southeast Portland in May

PBOT pedals 'Sunday Parkways' right out of Sellwood

The Bee - Features
Inner Southeast loses Sunday Parkways, but finds the reason they ever had them slightly affronting

Brentwood-Darlington to restart annual 'clean-up'

The Bee - Features
Intimidating Metro rules suspended a popular cleanup last year; this year it's back

Inner Southeast experiences the Great Depression

The Bee - Features
The 1930's were a time of poverty and bad times in the United States. Here's how they were HERE

'Masquerade Ball' fundraiser benefits Duniway kids

The Bee - Features
Creativity helps school fundraisers remain consistently successful; Duniway School offers an example

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