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Portland has been referred to as the most environmentally friendly or "green" city in the United States and the second most in the world. It is also known for its large number of microbreweries and microdistilleries, as well as its coffee fanaticism. Marked by warm, dry summers and rainy but temperate winters, this climate is ideal for growing roses, and for more than a century, Portland has been known as "The City of Roses".

Population: 582130
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University

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Portland News
Training offered for trauma volunteers

The Trauma Intervention Program of Portland and Vancouver is holding a training academy in January for people interested in becoming volunteers. TIP is a group of specially-trained citizen volunteers who provide emotional support and practical resources to victims of traumatic events and their families in the first few hours following a tragedy.

Tobias Read: Softening the federal tax blow for Oregonians

In this Nov. 16, 2017 file photo, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., joined by House Republicans, speaks to the media following a vote on tax reform, on Capitol Hill in Washington. A popular deduction targeted in the GOP's overhaul of the tax code is used by more than a quarter of all filers in a majority of states, including many led by Republicans where some residents eventually could see their federal tax bills rise.

Pearl District incomes surge amid construction boom

Tom Ely, 32, was gently asked to leave a cigar shop in The Pearl. He hitchhiked to Portland about four months ago and has been staying with friends.

Northeast no longer the neigborhood black and Latino residents once knew

Joseph Johnson trims up Rock Cavil, who drives in from Aloha to enjoy the black community at the Terrell Brandon Barber Shop on Northeast Alberta Street. By MOLLY HARBARGER The Oregonian When Joseph Johnson was growing up in Northeast Portland's Alberta neighborhood, for every 10 black people he'd see, there would be three whites.

Victims enduring rape exams deserve swift, certain testing

Last December, Juliette Simmons filed a report with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office alleging she had been drugged and raped by an acquaintance in during a Mount Hood ski trip. She said she had been bitten and strangled in the process, and bruising on her body supported the allegations.

Portland Leader: If Rich People Gave Up Their Trump Tax Breaks, Oregon Could End Homelessness

No word whether CEOs will start lining up with donations, but Multnomah County Chairwoman Deborah Kafoury says she doesn't really expect any leadership from Capitol Hill. Elected officials in Portland and Oregon have spent much of the week slamming the Republican tax plan passed by the U.S. Senate.

Can Can's Holiday Cabaret Soiree WONDERLAND to Play Portland

This December, long-time Seattle entertainment destination Can Can is taking its hit holiday spectacle Wonderland on the road for a three-night stint at downtown Portland's Star Theater. Starring members of its professional resident dance company, Can Can's Wonderland is an original multimedia cabaret production that celebrates dance, theatre, beauty, comedy, and above all love! At the heart of Can Can is its core creative team whose unique vision offers up inspired projected scenic design, a modern take on classic choreography, a variety of musical stylings, a number of costuming changes, and more to create their productions.

PDX Sliders Arrives on SE Division Today; Take a Tour

The burgers and loaded fries will begin flying at PDX Sliders on D-Street today, the very popular burger restaurant's second location . With seating for around 45, the casual PDX Sliders Division offers counter service like its Sellwood-Moreland sister restaurant, as well as mostly the same menu.

Astoria: Part Two Runs Alongside Part One at The Armory

The world premiere of Astoria: Part Two - the conclusion of a two-part stage adaptation of Peter Stark's best-selling book ASTORIA: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson 's Lost Pacific Empire; A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival adapted and directed by Chris Coleman - begins preview performances at The Armory on January 20, opens January 26 and closes February 18. Prior to the opening of Astoria: Part Two, special reprise performances of Astoria: Part One will be presented on January 13, 14, 16 and 17. During the run, three opportunities will be offered to see both productions together as a one-day marathon, on February 11, 15 and 17. "Every once in a blue moon you run across a story that catches your imagination and won't let go," said Chris Coleman .

Pink Taco Takes Over Trader Vic's in the Pearl District

A Mexican restaurant franchise clearly hoping to attract the young, fabulous, and drunk is moving into the former Trader Vic's spot at 1203 NW Glisan St. A clubstaurant owned by the Z Capital Partners brand management "We look forward to joining what's already going on in Portland," says Ficklen. "The city already has a great grip on who they are, and we want to jump in and add to the mix."

Doumitt Shoes to close in Alameda; business began in 1930s

After spanning more than 80 years in business - and more than a decade in Alameda - Doumitt Shoes will be closing its last store on Park Street on Dec. 24. "It's bittersweet, but it's more sweet than bitter," Doumitt said, saying that he's looking forward to a break from the long weekend and holiday hours he's been working since he took over the store from his father, Robert, in 2005. Doumitt Shoes originally began as an orthopedic shoe store in Portland, Oregon, begun by Doumitt's grandfather, Najib Doumitt, in the 1930s.

Portland holiday hero anonymously drops $10,000 in Salvation Army

Jordan Broome rings a bell seeking donations for the Salvation Army in front of Macy's across from Union Square in San Francisco, Calif. on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016.

Woman killed in Beaverton bike lane last week lost her brother to Portland hit-and-run last year

These siblings were both killed by people driving cars within 15 months of each other while using our streets under their own power. On the evening of November 30th a teenager driving an SUV hit a 63-year-old woman who police say was walking her bike in a bike lane on SW 125th Avenue when she was hit.

Billy Joel in Portland: A visit from the Piano Man

Yes, the veteran rock superstar had come to SunTrust Park, the city's gleaming new baseball stadium, to perform for a crowd in the tens of thousands eager to sing along with "Piano Man" and "My Life" and "Only the Good Die Young." And he'd soon be taking his show to other big outdoor venues.

$5 million Portland mansion has 'Zen' garden, tennis court

A residential property popped up on the market last week that caught our attention. It wasn't just the price.

Portland Is Burning

Brandon Harrison, sporting a red beret instead of his otherworldly "Hydrangea Strangea" drag persona, rhythmically chants over the energetic dance-pop track booming from the speakers. Illuminated by photographer Rakeem Salt's handheld flash, extravagantly painted and embellished folks take turns strutting into the circle in search of 10s -a passing score needed from judgesA A to advance to the next round.

Portland to decide whether to help subsidize low-rent housing along Southwest waterfront

Portland City Council will consider Wednesday whether to subsidize the construction of 203 affordable apartments near the Southwest waterfront. The lot is boarder by the South Harbor Viaduct, Southwest River Parkway and Southwest Moody Avenue.( The Portland City Council is slated to decide Wednesday whether to spend $21.6 million to subsidize the development of an apartment complex that would offer deeply discounted rents.

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