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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 anti-fascist activists invoke Charlottesville, vow 'fight in the streets'

A band of activists on Thursday railed against far-right groups that have promoted racism and white supremacy in Portland and other cities around the country, vowing they would continue to battle bigotry in the streets. Denouncing hate-inspired rallies and violence, members of the city's anti-fascist movement drew parallels between last week's melee in Charlottesville, Virginia - which left one woman dead - and the ongoing clashes between white nationalist groups and their opponents in Portland.

Gersh on BPR: Time to take it to the Nazis - again

That was the position staked out by Brooklyn Paper Radio co-host and noted pacifist Gersh Kuntzman as this week's show dove head first into the controversy over the neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville. Kuntzman and co-host Vince DiMiceli chatted with filmmakers Cary Murnion and Jon Milott, whose new film, " Bushwick ," eerily centers on a white supremacist takeover of the hipster neighborhood - and their conversation could not have been more timely.

Fun Home Opens 30th Anniversary Season at The Armory

Portland Center Stage at The Armory's 30th anniversary season opens with the groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home. Created by Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron and based on the celebrated graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel , Fun Home will begin preview performances on September 16, open September 22, and run through October 22 on The Armory's U.S. Bank Main Stage.

Thorns Have a Bad Night, Fall 2-1 to FC Kansas City

The Portland Thorns fell 2-1 to eighth-ranked FC Kansas City tonight, in a weather-delayed road match that kicked off more than two hours late. The match started slow, with few chances for either side in the first half.

Letter to the editor: Trumpian-style narratives

In a fundraising letter to supporters on Aug. 3, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden claimed he was under siege by "the most liberal agitators in Oregon", imploring, "Does Nancy Pelosi or the Hollywood elites really need another vote in Congress? Our Vote?" I attended Walden's April 12 town hall, the only one in Hood River since the 2016 election. I was taken aback by his letter, which claimed, "paid organizers" were packing town halls.

Revised proposal narrows exceptions for compelling Portland officers to talk after deadly force use

Portland's City Council has further revised its proposed police policy on compelling officers to a give a statement soon after a shooting or death in custody. The proposal now would compel officers who use deadly force to give a statement to police internal affairs investigators "as soon as practical'' but no later than within 48 hours.

Man accused of punching jogger in NE Portland

Police say Michael R. Hart, 50, punched the woman as she was jogging past him near Northeast 15th Avenue and Brazee Street on Sunday afternoon. Hart did not know the victim, police spokesman Sgt.

The Music of Umii Is Equal Parts Sex Jam and Disco Dance Party

Singer Reva Devito and producer B. Bravo's new collaboration is all about bringing the warm fuzzies in more ways than one. "I'm sorry, darlin'," singer Reva DeVito says during our phone conversation.

The Run-down Stewart Apartments Are a Sanctuary for Poor Portlanders

OLD TIMER The Stewart apartments occupy the top two floors of this 1921 building at the corner of Southwest Broadway and Ankeny. The 55-unit building's long-time manager had passed away on May 28. If no one stepped in to replace him, 66 residents would soon be looking for a place to live-with little hope of finding a suitable spot.

1 of 2 escaped inmates captured in Portland

One of two inmates who escaped while assigned to a firefighting crew in south-central Washington state was arrested in Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday morning. Police say Tyray Munter and Maksim Petrovskiy escaped from the Goldendale Department of Natural Resources fire crew at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.

"Lolita," Canby Rodeo and 3 Other Things To Do and See In Portland Today, August 15

DaymA© Arocena Swirling modern jazz lines, rhumba rhythms and soul-inspired vocal melodies find new and vibrant homes in the music of DaymA© Arocena, twisted by the 23-year-old Cuban vocalist's hyper-global outlook. On CubafonA a , a gorgeously produced album that hit stores earlier this year, even the language in which Arocena sings shifts from Spanish to English and back again, on a series of songs that's clearly and proudly Cuban but more inspired by the roots of her country's musical tradition than the dogma of more rigid preservationists.

Memorial ends in gunfire at NE Portland Park, police say

Gunfire broke out at Alberta Park on Tuesday night during what was supposed to be a memorial, Portland police say. Officers responded to the park, located at 1905 NE Killingsworth St., around 6 p.m. when a witness said shots had been fired and an injured person was lying on the ground.

Hollywood's 67-Year-Old Chin's Kitchen Is Suddenly Making Some of the Finest Chinese Food in Portland

At nearly 70 years old, Chin's Kitchen is a gaudy neon monument tucked away on a Hollywood district side street. It's one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Portland-and since July 4 of this year, it's also one of the best.

Man finds massive stamp collection falling from Portland bridge

"I was working at my office," Allen Weed said over the phone Tuesday, "and looked out the window and saw a whole bunch of paper falling from the sky." Weed works under the Marquam Bridge and he thought at first it was just trash.

16 Vital Breakfasts in Portland, Mapped

Remember when breakfast didn't mean brunch? Alas, the humble breakfast all too often gets overlooked with all the bacon-wrapped blood marys around here practically screaming out for Portlanders to get smashed before noon. This map, dedicated to sharing Portland's best breakfasts, aims to challenge all that - or at least champion breakfasts built for champions - by featuring restaurants that actually open early on weekdays to serve you breakfast-y plates.

The Monday Roundup: Biking as wonder drug, driving privilege in...

This week's Monday Roundup is brought to you by Chrome Industries, who recently moved their headquarters to Portland and they'll celebrate by having a Warehouse Sale with deep discounts on last season/sample bags, apparel and footwear. Sales runs 8/18 - 8/20 at old Shleifer builder at 224 SE 2nd Ave. Welcome to Monday.

Do you love dahlias? Don't miss the show

Dahlias are darlings of the flora world. If their vivacious blooms capture your interest, you can see hundreds them at their peak for free at the Pacific Northwest Dahlia Conference Show Aug. 26-27 at Oaks Amusement Park in Southwest Portland.

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