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Block 15 is taking over Side Street! 12 rotating taps will be featured all week long, with lots of rare and fun beers. Kick-off party with the guys from Block 15 will be Thursday, June 7 from 5-7pm.

A new Core and Pelvic stability class, some Restore Your Core, a pair of birth prep classes, and more!

Looking for a movie that embodies your passion for the road? Or looking for movies about RVs to watch during rainy days at the campsite? We've got a full list of RV movies right here.

Download VMware vSphere. Run fewer servers and reduce capital and operating costs using VMware vSphere to build a cloud computing infrastructure.

Rhode Island may be the smallest state, but its animal rescuers have some big hearts. We picked ADRI (The Abandoned Dogs of Rhode Island) for our latest rescue visit on our Adventure Of A Li…

Urban Park Dog Rescue is another new point and click live escape game from Games2rule Team. In this game, you came to see the beauty of a Urban park. But unf…

We uncover that numerous men and women like to retain pets. People today who like animals always hol

As you may recall from my previous post, the year is 3015. As the spaceship sales manager for Toyota, I’m gathering data from the marketplace to analyze it, identify trends and eventually make pricing decisions based on my findings. We’ve been struggling to keep up...

The Portland police have identified the victim of a downtown homicide as a transgender woman. According to Portland Police Bureau (PPB) report, the 28-year-old woman named Gigi was found with a fatal gunshot wound late Monday evening on SW 2nd between SW Ash and SW Ankeny. Officers who arrived at the scene arrested one suspect, 33-year-old Sophia Grace Adler, who has since been booked in the Multnomah County Jail on murder charges. It wasn't until...

We might literally be talking about girls' brains trapped in boys' bodies, and vice versa, according to a new study.

In honor of National Bike to Work Day (and week), we have a special announcement: InterWorks was recently named a Silver-Level Bicycle Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists! We’ve earned this distinction in previous years, but we’re excited to keep the tradition going...

Hammer Girl and Baseball Bat Man from The Raid 2 are getting their backstory explored in a four-issue Titan Comics series starting in August.

We kick off our look at the second season of The X-Files with Little Green Men.

“Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” director Gus Van Sant’s new biopic about late Portland cartoonist John Callahan, doesn’t open nationally until July 13. But if you act quickly, you’ll get to see it a month early.

We look back on Slaine: The Horned God, a hyper-masculine exploration of letting go of masculinity.

The OBA has learned S. 2155, a regulatory relief bill for community banks, has just passed the U.S. House of Representatives. With its passage through the Senate in March, it will now head to President Trump’s desk for his signature and become law
We will have more information on this development soon. As for now, thank you to all those in the banking industry who helped pull together this definitive WIN for community banks, and congratulations to those community banks, which will soon…

“Amazon’s own marketing materials read like an instruction manual for an authoritative government control.”

An all-Bach evening showcasing the masterful Brandenburg Concertos 1, 2, 4, and 5. The concert also includes Orchestral Suite No. 4 and features the OBF Baroque Orchestra, Berwick Academy, and spellbinding violinist Monica Huggett. A portion of the evening will be conducted from the harpsichord

If there's a city screaming out for cannabis legalization, it's New York. Thanks to the draconian cannabis regulations they have on the books—part of the legacy of the state's Rockefeller Drug Laws—getting popped smoking in public virtually guaranteed you a one-way ticket to central booking. (Which isn't as highly sought after as Hamilton tickets, as far as tourist experiences go.) That's finally about to change, with 11-foot-tall NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio instructing the police...

Hypertension? Cardiovascular disease? Time to get cracking on that project you've been putting off.

PORTLAND -- With the hotly contentious Republican primary in the rearview mirror, Democrats are now re-upping their call for GOP gubernatorial candidate Knute Buehler to answer Oregonians on his record and intentions
“While Buehler works to pivot back from his rightward turn to narrowly win the GOP nomination, he’s kept silent on the questions that really matter to most Oregon voters,” said Jeanne Atkins, Chair of…