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Daily Grind Closing its Doors

Yes, it's true. The Daily Grind is closing. The beloved natural-foods store that has been in its current upper Hawthorne location for 34 years now (and rumored to have been around in the '40s and '50s before that) will shut its doors down for good at the end of the month.
Monday, October 22, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Look like a Lumber Jack

We know you're still sad that you won't get to see the Portland LumberJax anytime this year. Now that pro lacrosse is officially not happening for the 2008 season, life may seem a little less worth living for and the autumn rain may be even more depressing than before.
Monday, October 22, 2007 by Krista Stryker

TriMet Launches TriMet TV

Now you can get all the TriMet talk you want with the new TriMet TV launched last week on TriMet's website. Downloadable video podcasts will be available to riders and curious Portlanders on both the TriMet ...   More
Monday, October 15, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Scraping the Bottom: Food blogger says local website stole her reviews

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If you said yes, that's because they are exactly the same article. Apparently everything you learned from school about not ...   More
Thursday, October 11, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Ron Trunick is a Lot Tougher than You: a Q & A with a Real Ironman

(Photo taken by Chris Ryan)

Ron Trunick is more impressive than most of us.

The 39-year-old native Portlander is participating in his sixth Ford Ironman World Championship this Saturday, Oct. 13 in Hawaii. And it's his first competition s...   More
Thursday, October 11, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Presidential Hopeful John Edwards Visits Portland

Yet another presidential hopeful stopped by Portland yesterday after a brief stop at the Seaside AFL-CIO conference earlier in the day. Senator John Edwards (D-NC) stopped by the Oregon Convention Center last night as the keynote speaker for the Oregon Business Association Dinner. The...   More
Wednesday, October 10, 2007 by Krista Stryker

JUICY SUITS: Berbati's Sued by Insurance Company

Eyebrows rose last month when popular food and music joint Berbati's was sued for failing to pay its insurance company thousands of dollars. Scottsdale Insurance Company says that Berbati's owes them a total of $6,734.63 – money the once-thriving bar refuses to pay....   More
Thursday, October 4, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Skin Cancer

A white supremacist group comes to Portland to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

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If you’ve never heard of Hammerskin Nation, it’s fair to say the group coming to Portland this weekend for a three-day music festival to celebrate its 20th anniversary is about as racist a ...   More
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 Krista Stryker

Red and Black All Over (for now): Cafe closes doors, looks for new space

The Red and Black Cafe closed its doors last night following its final day at its Southeast Division Street location. The much beloved food and music joint was forced out when North Rim Properties, the block's new owner, ...   More
Thursday, September 27, 2007 by Krista Stryker

Earl’s Safe Kingdom

democrats angry at Blumenauer over inaction on impeachment? Yes. Any of them looking to run against him? No.

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For all the venom directed at U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer last Sunday by antiwar, pro-impeachment Portlanders, the anger hasn’t translated so far into any Democrat wanting to challenge the seven-t ...   More
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 Krista Stryker
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