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'Mud Bay' pet nutrition store to open in Sellwood

'Mud Bay' pet nutrition store to open in Sellwood

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A Northwest regional pet food and pet service store plans to open a branch in Inner Southeast in March
Eastmoreland couple designs and sells greeting cards &…

Eastmoreland couple designs and sells greeting cards &…

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Home businesses are thriving in the pandemic; in Eastmoreland, a household is producing cards and more
Water Bureau 'SPUR' grant aids Brentwood-Darlington…

Water Bureau 'SPUR' grant aids Brentwood-Darlington…

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The Water Bureau is not the first place you would think of looking for a city grant...but they have them
Holiday Food Drive for Grout, at Brooklyn Park

Holiday Food Drive for Grout, at Brooklyn Park

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Continuing efforts to make sure kids and families at Grout School are getting the food they need....
Local musicians participate in national 'Artists Sunday'

Local musicians participate in national 'Artists Sunday'

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Yet another way to 'Shop Local' -- and it's a way you may not have heard of before, until now....
Woodstock church joins forces with Santa to deliver mail

Woodstock church joins forces with Santa to deliver mail

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There are many ways to get a letter to Santa Claus, but a Woodstock church offers an easy way to do it
Woodstock pro shares 'de-cluttering' tips for the pandemic

Woodstock pro shares 'de-cluttering' tips for the pandemic

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Instead of just sitting around the house waiting for the pandemic to end, why not clean out your clutter?
EVENTS and Activities

EVENTS and Activities

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Events & Activities is where reader-reported nonprofit activities are listed monthly for your reference
Furniture factories and stores of early Southeast

Furniture factories and stores of early Southeast

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Mr. Beck explores a type of merchant that has been part of Southeast Portland from its very start
Youth Librarian transferred from Sellwood to Woodstock

Youth Librarian transferred from Sellwood to Woodstock

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'A youth librarian vanishes from the Sellwood Library. Where and why did she go? Find out right here...
Dogs welcome at Westmoreland's 'Cellar Dog Wines'

Dogs welcome at Westmoreland's 'Cellar Dog Wines'

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New in Westmoreland -- a business attempting to mix dogs and wines, without actually serving wines to dogs
SE Portland bookmaker revives old fashioned publishing…

SE Portland bookmaker revives old fashioned publishing…

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Making books used to be very hard. It's easy today, but some prefer the old hard way best, it turns out
Sellwood Community House holds week-long Hallowe'en…

Sellwood Community House holds week-long Hallowe'en…

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Sellwood's lively, and nonprofit, Sellwood Community House celebrated Hallowe'en for a week this fall
Former German restaurant in Brooklyn reopens with sushi

Former German restaurant in Brooklyn reopens with sushi

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First it was the Berlin Inn, in Brooklyn; then it became Brooklyn House. Now it's Brooklyn Sushi. New cuisine!
'Iron Horse' morphs into a business building - with a mural

'Iron Horse' morphs into a business building - with a mural

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A former iconic restaurant once peopled this building; now a bear decorates the north side, and its name lingers
Socially-distanced Hallowe'en fun at Holy Family School

Socially-distanced Hallowe'en fun at Holy Family School

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A local Catholic church demonstrates that you don't have to cancel a safe Hallowe;en, even in a pandmic
'Aging in place' service's members concerned about climate…

'Aging in place' service's members concerned about climate…

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These Southeast seniors may be aging in place, but they remain energized by current topics of concern
Vendors: 'Great season at Moreland Farmers Market'

Vendors: 'Great season at Moreland Farmers Market'

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Food remains in high demand, even in a pandemic. That certainly benefited the Moreland Farmers Market
Pandemic doesn't hurt Woodstock Farmers Market's season

Pandemic doesn't hurt Woodstock Farmers Market's season

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Even when social distancing was required, crowds (properly maksed) turned out for the Farmers Markets
Autumn and harvest colors in a pandemic year

Autumn and harvest colors in a pandemic year

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Wherein intrepid correspondent Rita Leonard grabs her trusty camera and again illustrates autumn for THE BEE
December Events & Activities

December Events & Activities

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Here are the special nonprofit events that have been called to THE BEE's attention taking place in December!
Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

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SPONSORED CONTENT: It's still as awesome as ever but just virtual. Check out the awe inspiring Christmas trees, attend the gala on Thursday, Dec. 3…
Windows broken, ATM damaged, at Wells Fargo in Westmoreland

Windows broken, ATM damaged, at Wells Fargo in Westmoreland

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The Westmoreland bank was temporarily closed anyway -- but did this attack relate to a downtown riot?
Missing the movies? Moreland Theater has popcorn, candy to…

Missing the movies? Moreland Theater has popcorn, candy to…

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Westmoreland's movie theater may not be able to sow movies -- but they can still sell popcorn and candy!
Tucker Maxon's 'Goat Park' a pandemic attraction

Tucker Maxon's 'Goat Park' a pandemic attraction

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Goats delight Creston-Kenilworth neighbors, gamboling at Tucker Maxon School, off Holgate Blvd
Locally-owned convenience store opens on SE Foster Road

Locally-owned convenience store opens on SE Foster Road

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A new family-owned convenience store survives and succeeds after a rough star, in Foster-Powell
Roasting expert opens 'Loma Coffee' in Woodstock

Roasting expert opens 'Loma Coffee' in Woodstock

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Hidden away on Woodstock Bouleverd, not far from other coffee shops, is a rather special coffee shop...
'Master Gardeners' donate piles of produce to those in need

'Master Gardeners' donate piles of produce to those in need

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Trombincino. It's a long squash. The Multnomah County Master Gardeners have grown an epic one!
'Rebuild Day' volunteers pitch in to fix Southeast senior's…

'Rebuild Day' volunteers pitch in to fix Southeast senior's…

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Volunteers fix up a senior's home and yard in the Mount Scott-Arleta neighborhood. Here's the story
Sellwood Community House celebrates 'reopening'

Sellwood Community House celebrates 'reopening'

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The nonprofit successor to the PP&R 'Sellwood Community Center' celebrates, and sells gift baskets

Photographs, and Southeast's old-time photo studios

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Photographs, and Southeast's old-time photo studios
The history of photography includes Oregon in various ways -- including an early movie studio here!

Westmoreland Park 'walking bridge' hoisted over…

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Westmoreland Park 'walking bridge' hoisted over…
The long Westmoreland Park upgrade, which many thought done years ago, is about to be complete

Downtown food cart moves into vacant Brooklyn…

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Downtown food cart moves into vacant Brooklyn…
A food cart in Downtown Portland crosses the river and turns into a full-size restaurant in Brooklyn

Events & Activities In November

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Events & Activities In November
The Events and Activities are nonprofit community events reported to THE BEE for November

Southeast walls tell stories in paint and in shards

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Southeast walls tell stories in paint and in shards
BEE correspondent Rita Leonard has been devoting time to documenting the murals of Southeast; here's more

People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

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People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon. Learn how philanthropy is ensuring all…

Remembering the streetcars of Sellwood and…

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Remembering the streetcars of Sellwood and…
Inner Southeast Portland is, today, what it is, thanks to the streetcars that once plied its major avenues...

Chinese-American tea house opens in Brooklyn

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Chinese-American tea house opens in Brooklyn
A Chinese tea house has opened in the Brooklyn neighborhood, and Rita Leonard went -- ant tells about it

Woodstock resident invites Portlanders to share…

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Woodstock resident invites Portlanders to share…
So what are your dreams for the City of Portland? A Woodstock resident really wants to know about them

Reused MAX train designs debated at Oregon Rail…

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Reused MAX train designs debated at Oregon Rail…
When a MAX car is worn out -- do you scrap it, or do something else with it? City opting for second option

30th 'Johnson Creek Clean-up' happens despite…

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30th 'Johnson Creek Clean-up' happens despite…
So how do you clean up a creek during a coronavirus pandemic? You do most of the work out of the water

Coronavirus gives supply problems to local bicycle…

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Coronavirus gives supply problems to local bicycle…
This is a good time to be riding bikes to get where you want to go. So how come it's getting hard to buy one?

'Cartlandia' food carts burglarized on SE 82nd

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'Cartlandia' food carts burglarized on SE 82nd
Southeast's best-known food cart pod is on S.E. 82nd at the Springwater Trail crossing -- but it got burgled

One-man Southeast sidewalk show of 'fantastical' art

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One-man Southeast sidewalk show of 'fantastical' art
When the coronavirus shuts down art shows, one Southeast artist puts up his art show on his fence!

Reed College Communications Director publishes novel

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Reed College Communications Director publishes novel
The public relations expert at Reed College has a surprising background, and a new book as well

Brooklyn resident responds to the decline of…

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Brooklyn resident responds to the decline of…
Much of our food exists because of poillitator bees; but they are in decline. A Brooklyn residents wants to help

Sellwood museum goes online to offer puppet-making…

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Sellwood museum goes online to offer puppet-making…
UPDATE: Portland Puppet Museum reopened to the public on Oct. 1 -- but kits still available

Events And Activities

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Events And Activities
After an end to events in this pandemic year, we are starting to see a few of them come back. Here they are!

People of Providence - Meet Kevin J. Koomalsingh,…

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People of Providence - Meet  Kevin J. Koomalsingh,…
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Pamplin President: Essential workers keep us…

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Pamplin President: Essential workers keep us…
This Labor Day brings the value of workers into sharp focus. Thank you for all you do.

A piano appears on the street, in Woodstock

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A piano appears on the street, in Woodstock
So suddenly a piano appeared on the street in Inner Southeast; but it's not permanent. Here's the story...

New Westmoreland restaurant adjusts: Opens…

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New Westmoreland restaurant  adjusts: Opens…
A downtown restaurant planned a new family eatery in Westmoreland -- but the virus forced a takeout-only start

Remembering Inner Southeast in the 1950s

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Remembering Inner Southeast in the 1950s
Let local historian Dana Beck take you back in time to the 1950s, as they were experienced in Inner Southeast

S.E. alternatives to DEQ Emissions Testing save…

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S.E. alternatives to DEQ Emissions Testing save…
A tip to save owners of newer vehicles some time in getting their vehicle registration renewed....

Woodstock's 'Joinery block' still awaits…

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Woodstock's 'Joinery block' still awaits…
So everything is set up for demolition on the Joinery block in Woodstock; why hasn't it begun...?

182 Years of Memories: Joan Gilbertz and Robert Wood

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182 Years of Memories: Joan Gilbertz and Robert Wood
Two special birthdays are celebrated by an entire neighborhood -- planned again for next year, too

The 'Poetree' growing in the Reed neighborhood

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The 'Poetree' growing in the Reed neighborhood
And on that Reed neighborhood tree? Well, thereby hangs a poem... Learn more about it, here

Fried chicken restaurant opens in Westmoreland

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Fried chicken restaurant opens in Westmoreland
Fried chicken has replaced ramen as the featured meal at the storefront next to Unitus Credit Union

Portland surprise: Brooklyn banana plant produces…

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Portland surprise: Brooklyn banana plant produces…
If you thought you couldn't grow bananas in Portland, here's some evidence to the contrary!

Bored, as you shelter at home? Paint rocks!

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Bored, as you shelter at home? Paint rocks!
Here are just a few examples of how people around Inner Southeast have been whiling away the time with rocks

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