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New construction in Northwest Portland

There is a lot of construction in northwest Portland. Some people think it’s great to redevelop former industrial sites into housing and retail shops, while others stress the impacts to the traffic, on-street parking, and the influx of new people. 303 more words

Portland (OR)

Beyond The Workweek: Bobby Eversmann (Poetry Facilitator)

Bobby Eversmann (or “bb”) tells me that he spells it “pomes” in order to take the seriousness out of the activity. “The goal is to give into the fear like giving into the fear of a haunted house.” As an occasional bookseller, Bobby spends his free time organizing a weekly event called “Late Night Pomes”, a kind of writing workshop over beers that ends with a three-act performance. 415 more words

Creativity

Book Nook: 'The Urban Design Handbook'

This post is another in the series of summaries of notable books relating to city building and our urban habitats. Check out the Library page for more of these “book nook” posts. 1,343 more words

Portland (OR)

New beginnings in the PNW, our conception story...

It’s an overcast, drizzly spring day, perfect for staying in and having quiet time. On Fridays I love to read, write in my journal, sip a coffee slowly and really indulge in my introvert tendencies. 1,107 more words

LGBT Family

Laundry Service

NY, Portland, LA

deadline = April 18th

https://247laundryservice.workable.com/jobs/698574

Description

Laundry Service is hiring Interns for the summer of 2018 in LA, NYC, and PDX.

The program is 10 weeks – running from… 315 more words

Art Direction

Interview: Connor Miller, Author of "CookHaus"

Connor Miller, 25, just published his third novel, CookHaus. It immediately faced some distribution problems, making it unavailable upon its own release, so we decided to take this time to get some more information about the author himself and his most recent work. 1,220 more words

Books

How it feels to ride a bike

The following images depict how it feels to ride a bike. Remember, paint on the street is just an imaginary line – there is nothing protecting someone riding a bike from a passing car. 123 more words

Portland (OR)