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Streetcar Proposal Brings Both Hopes and Fears for Residents Along Brooklyn and Queens’ Waterfront

By Rawson Jahan

A mother of two places her seven-year old daughter on her lap. Laughing, and giggling, the mother-daughter duo pick out the perfect television show to watch. 1,059 more words

Astoria's Captain George Flavel House Museum

Astoria was named after famed business mogul John Jacob Astor, but Mr. Astor certainly wasn’t the only millionaire in the early days of Astoria.  George Flavel made his fortune here as a Columbia River… 95 more words

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Fun Photo Friday — Astoria Favorites Part 1

Here are some fun shots from our stroll through Astoria:

Bridging the Columbia River

Catching Up on the News

In the Pink

Dodge

Scene from the Past

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Show Announcement!~ Holiday Extravaganza~ Friday December 23

Happy December Friends. The Repressions next big show is coming up… They will be crawling out of their stockings and spreading cheer just for you! 11 more words

The Repressions

preliminary session

Sometimes, you have to let the crazy out and let it play.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One’s life experience displays a certain dichotomy which is often hard to reconcile. 682 more words

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Astoria Riverwalk

Leaving the cruise ship dock area takes you right by a marina with the Astoria-Megler Bridge as a backdrop:

The Astoria Riverwalk runs along the water parallel to Marine Drive, which also goes by the name East Columbia River Highway/ 155 more words

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US Army eyes South Tongue Point for training 

The dock at South Tongue Point has long been a staging ground for Clatsop Community College’s mariners in training. It could soon became a training ground for the U.S. 40 more words

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