Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company's 'Up and Away'

Broadway Rose Theatre Company's 'Up and Away'

The Times - Features
The company's new show opens Friday, Jan. 24, at 12850 S.W. Grant Ave. in Tigard.
Tualatin couple builds 'she-sheds'

Tualatin couple builds 'she-sheds'

The Times - News
The backyard buildings can be used to house craft studios or serve as a small office.
'School Girls' play will hit the stage at The Armory in…

'School Girls' play will hit the stage at The Armory in…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The show will have preview performances on Saturday, Jan. 18, and opens Friday, Jan. 24.
Portlanders write 'Joy' for a new generation of cooks

Portlanders write 'Joy' for a new generation of cooks

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
It has been a long journey for John Becker and Megan Scott to finish 'Joy of Cooking.'
Sherwood Center for the Arts 'Brickbending' exhibit

Sherwood Center for the Arts 'Brickbending' exhibit

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The geometric artist uses art, engineering, mathetics and popular culture to create the exhibit.
2019: Local communities celebrate in new ways

2019: Local communities celebrate in new ways

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Beaverton celebrates firsts: a Pride Parade and a Hanukkah menorah lighting. In Tualatin, a new festival begins.
2019: Ground breaks on long-anticipated Center for the Arts

2019: Ground breaks on long-anticipated Center for the Arts

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Plans for the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts have been in the works for years.
2019: Beaverton lawmaker takes center stage on school…

2019: Beaverton lawmaker takes center stage on school…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Sen. Mark Hass helped craft a business tax to raise $1 billion annually for K-12 schools.
2018: Washington County completes a political transformation

2018: Washington County completes a political transformation

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The county, long since solidified for Democrats at the state and federal level, voted in a liberal commission.
2018: Metro steps in to resolve Basalt Creek dispute

2018: Metro steps in to resolve Basalt Creek dispute

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Joint planning of the area between Tualatin and Wilsonville had broken down over several dozen acres of land.
2018: Central Beaverton gets Portland-style food cart…

2018: Central Beaverton gets Portland-style food cart…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The opening of BG Food Cartel is still a watershed moment in the downtown area's redevelopment.
2017: New police chiefs settle in at Beaverton, Tigard,…

2017: New police chiefs settle in at Beaverton, Tigard,…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Jim Monger, Kathy McAlpine and Bill Steele opened up about stepping into new roles and working together.
2017: Mountainside High School opens its doors

2017: Mountainside High School opens its doors

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Beaverton's sixth public high school has new features and a distinctive design.
2017: Revolution turns out Sherwood mayor, council members

2017: Revolution turns out Sherwood mayor, council members

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Opponents launched a recall effort after the council favored an outside bid to take over the Sherwood YMCA.
2016: Gold Star father speaks at Tigard community center

2016: Gold Star father speaks at Tigard community center

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Khizr Khan and Donald Trump clashed during the divisive 2016 presidential campaign.
2016: Sherwood shootout on Christmas Day

2016: Sherwood shootout on Christmas Day

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
State Trooper Nic Cederberg was critically injured. The suspect, James Tylka, was shot dead by police.
2015: Beaverton gets its very own superhero: Guardian Shield

2015: Beaverton gets its very own superhero: Guardian Shield

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Dressed in spandex and equipped with a shield and riot baton, he patrolled local streets for almost a year.
2015: Tigard tussles over recreation center pitch, bond…

2015: Tigard tussles over recreation center pitch, bond…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
An idea for a community center to bring the city together fell prey to politics and money worries.
2015: iFLY comes to burgeoning 'activity neighborhood'

2015: iFLY comes to burgeoning 'activity neighborhood'

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Indoor skydiving arrives in Tigard as a new attraction, and it's not alone in the area.
2014: Washington County gets a little bigger

2014: Washington County gets a little bigger

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Area 93, a.k.a. Bonny Slope West or West Bonny Slope, was transferred to the county in a rare move.
2014: Nyberg Rivers shopping center transforms Tualatin

2014: Nyberg Rivers shopping center transforms Tualatin

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The development spelled the end for both a municipal building and an 18-and-over strip club.
2014: Tigard, Tualatin voters take transit drama to the MAX

2014: Tigard, Tualatin voters take transit drama to the MAX

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Local ballot measures restricted the cities' involvement in the Southwest Corridor transit project.
2013: TVF&R takes lifesaving into digital age

2013: TVF&R takes lifesaving into digital age

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Tigard-based fire agency was the first in Oregon to start using PulsePoint, a smartphone app.
2013: Nothing small about North Bethany

2013: Nothing small about North Bethany

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
After years of debate and planning, construction finally begins in mid-2013.
2013: Woman dies at big cat sanctuary

2013: Woman dies at big cat sanctuary

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Renee Radziwon-Chapman had been head keeper at the Sherwood-area sanctuary for eight years.
2012: Budget cuts hit local school systems hard

2012: Budget cuts hit local school systems hard

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Hundreds of Beaverton School District employees were laid off ahead of the 2012-13 school year.
2012: Aloha gets its own community library

2012: Aloha gets its own community library

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Volunteers banded together, in some cases teaching themselves library science, to start the library.
2012: Tualatin church gutted by act of arson

2012: Tualatin church gutted by act of arson

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Living Savior Lutheran Church was badly damaged by the fire, over which two juveniles were charged.
2011: Beaverton's rebuild begins with urban renewal

2011: Beaverton's rebuild begins with urban renewal

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Voters approved a plan for Beaverton to remake its aging, stagnant commercial core.
2011: David Wu driven from office by scandals

2011: David Wu driven from office by scandals

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The congressman survived a tumultuous election campaign but was taken down by sexual misconduct claims.

2011: Filicide cases shock Westside communities

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
2011: Filicide cases shock Westside communities
Cecilia Buckley's mother and Bryan Mansor's father were charged in two June homicides in Sherwood and Metzger.

2010: Beaverton dismisses, then reinstates, gay…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
2010: Beaverton dismisses, then reinstates, gay…
Outgoing Superintendent Jerome Colonna said school district officials made a mistake.

2010: Kyron Horman disappears in the mystery of the…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
2010: Kyron Horman disappears in the mystery of the…
The 7-year-old vanished from Skyline Elementary School near Rock Creek. The case has never been solved.

2010: Two freshmen city councilors die of cancer

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
2010: Two freshmen city councilors die of cancer
Sherwood's Del Clark and Beaverton's Bruce S. Dalrymple both died before completing their first terms.

Patrick Lamb Holiday Concert this Sunday

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Patrick Lamb Holiday Concert this Sunday
SUGGESTED EVENT: Buy your tickets now for the concert happening Sunday, Dec. 8 at Lake Oswego High School

Book Smart: Local authors offer a little holiday…

Portland Tribune - News
Book Smart: Local authors offer a little holiday…
Oregon Historical Society launches its 52nd annual Holiday Cheer book sale, featuring Northwest Authors, this Sunday.

A&E podcast: Special guests I Sing Choir 11-15-19

The Times - Features
A&E podcast: Special guests I Sing Choir 11-15-19
NEW: Listen to the Washington County A&E Guide, a new podcast with host Gabby Urenda that puts the westside's vibrant art scene in the spotlight.

'Leading Ladies' coming to Tigard stage

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
'Leading Ladies' coming to Tigard stage
Mask&Mirror Community Theatre is performing the comedy by famed playwright Ken Ludwig.

Teens Finding Hope to hold conference in Beaverton

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Teens Finding Hope to hold conference in Beaverton
Teens with depression and their supporters are invited to attend 'Armed With Hope.'

Hank Willis Thomas exhibit examines guns in modern…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Hank Willis Thomas exhibit examines guns in modern…
The conceptual artist's provocative work is on view through Jan. 12 at the Portland Art Museum.

Large Pumpkin Regatta crowds expected in Tualatin

The Times - News
Large Pumpkin Regatta crowds expected in Tualatin
The beloved and quirky fall festival is spread across two days for the first time ever.

Keep an eye on local art this weekend

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Keep an eye on local art this weekend
Washington County artists open their personal spaces for tours on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20.

People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

Portland Tribune - Features
People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges
The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Making mom's life a little easier with In Kind boxes

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Making mom's life a little easier with In Kind boxes
The maternity boxes are modeled off a program in Finland that dates back to 1938.

Interactive art exhibit at Pacific University uses…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Interactive art exhibit at Pacific University uses…
'Ghost Net Landscapes' by Pacific alum Emily Miller uses lost fishing nets to create works of art.

Pumpkins & Pints coming to Tualatin next week

The Times - News
Pumpkins & Pints coming to Tualatin next week
The Oct. 18 event, preceding the Pumpkin Regatta, will be held at Stickman Brewing Co.

Falling slowly with 'Once'

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Falling slowly with 'Once'
Lake Oswego native returns from LA to star in movie-turned-musical, starting Oct. 3.

Author, activist Renée Watson to speak in Sherwood

Sherwood Gazette - News
Author, activist Renée Watson to speak in Sherwood
Acclaimed writer of young adult novels and other works will appear at the Sherwood Center for the Arts.

Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo…

Portland Tribune - Features
Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo…
The largest indoor quilting show in the Pacific Northwest returns with new tips, trick and tools.

Restaurant Week celebrates Beaverton's diverse…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Restaurant Week celebrates Beaverton's diverse…
Starting Thursday, participating restaurants will offer special new menu items, for a limited time only.

Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and…

Portland Tribune - Features
Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and…
British guitarist, singer and songwriter pairs with Steve Cropper for Rock & Soul Revue on Saturday at Revolution Hall

Diversity Café to host 'Memory Café'

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Diversity Café to host 'Memory Café'
County disability services teams up with Pacific University for the Sept. 24 event.

Spacey summer reading a hit at local libraries

The Times - News
Spacey summer reading a hit at local libraries
Programs bring the theme of space to life in a way intended to connect with different audiences.

A little something for everyone in downtown Tigard

The Times - News
A little something for everyone in downtown Tigard
Tigard Family Fest, including the Latino Festival, Street Fair and Fun Run, is next weekend.

American Family Care now offering vets healthcare…

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
American Family Care now offering vets healthcare…
New program is intended to provide veterans with greater choices and access to timely, high quality care

Community calendar: Week of Aug. 21

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Community calendar: Week of Aug. 21
Find fun, arts, music, education and entertainment for all ages in Washington County.

Native American exhibit opens at PCC Rock Creek

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Native American exhibit opens at PCC Rock Creek
Refreshed display at Washington County Museum highlights indigenous voices.

Banks artist sets record straight with new exhibit

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Banks artist sets record straight with new exhibit
Artist Steph Littlebird Fogel serves as guest curator for 'This IS Kalapuyan Land'

Out & About

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Out & About
A listing of theater, arts and musical events, along with things to do, throughout our communities.

Mask & Mirror Raises Curtain On 2019-20 Season

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Mask & Mirror Raises Curtain On 2019-20 Season
Tigard theater group announces plays, acquires space for rehearsal, storage space.

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