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113 - Secret Garden

I remember distinctly thinking, “what the heck am I going to photograph today?”

Then, one of my favorite people sent me a beautiful picture of her tulips and my answer became clear. 51 more words




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Helser’s on Alberta

Each trip I take, I think to myself, “Will this be my last?” If so, I’m grateful for my years of freedom, for exploring, for my health and financial stability to allow me to come and go on this specific trip. 123 more words


Portland, OR

Paul and I desperately needed a mini-vacation; just some time to relax and unwind and not think about work for once! Coincidentally, a friend of mine lives near Portland, Oregon, so we headed down there for a weekend of pizza, frozen custards, giant blankets and the BEST biscuits and gravy this side of the Northern Hemisphere.


An "Honor"able Legacy

 By Naomi Kolb

Every time that I see the Simon Benson House in the park blocks I’m reminded that graduation draws closer with each passing day. 323 more words

Campus Life

What happened to editors?

When I was growing up in Portland in the 1970s, my family subscribed to both The Oregonian and the Oregon Journal. As a result, I became accustomed to reading the newspaper each day, and got a subscription to  182 more words

A Sunny Spring Day in the Old Port

It’s a beautiful day! I took a walk downtown and here are some of the sights.


Battle in Nagoya, by Lips and Ribs

Equal parts chiptune madness and funky footwork, Battle in Nagoya is a new cassette tape released through Field Hymns Records by Lips and Ribs. Featuring some truly dense and determined tracks, 16 to be exact, this album drags the listener on a strange and mystical journey. 90 more words

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