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  • Zoo welcomes winter with lights

    The Oregon Zoo is about to become a little bit brighter.

  • Portland goes wild for Halloween

    Portland locals can take part in several wild Halloween events at the Oregon Zoo.

  • Portland pursues small houses suggestion

    Portland has begun a task force meeting to discuss whether or not tiny homes can be used to house the currently homeless, according to Director of Strategic Initiatives, Josh Alpert.

  • Portland enlists trained dogs to help with Canada geese issue

    The Canada goose may look gorgeous on postcard printing, but the species droppings are a problem in Portland. To deal with the issue, the city is reaching out to Geese Guys, a wildlife management company that uses Border Collies to shepherd the geese elsewhere.

  • Portland quality of life given UK approval

    A British lifestyle magazine has ranked Portland among the world's best cities to live in, and has deemed it the only U.S. city worthy of making the list.

  • 'Grimm' actors starring in Portland Center Stage performance

    Pacific Northwest fans of television show 'Grimm' can rejoice; the Portland Center Stage recently announced a change to its upcoming season. Actors Sasha Roiz and Silas Wier Mitchell, famous for their roles as Monroe and Captain Renard, will star in Three Days of Rain the drama currently scheduled to close out the company's season in May of 2015.

  • Portland brings Mexican flavor to May

    Portland, Oregon began the month in traditionally celebratory fashion, as it held its long-running Cinco de Mayo festival over the weekend of May 3 to 5.

  • Portland shells out with Easter egg hunt

    This Easter, 50 eggs will be hidden at the Pix Patisserie in Portland, each of which contains a golden ticket.

  • Portland women to get on their bikes

    Today in Portland, a Women Biking for Change event is offering a lunch and learn session, which will focus on the National Womens Bicycling Forum taking place this year and will also celebrate Womens History Month.

  • Small Fire kindles in Portland

    A Small Fire is a theatrical performance written by Adam Bock, and is a study in humanity that is funny, raucous, and touching, featuring a story about love and happiness when all else appears to be lost. Printing services may have been used to make this performance, which runs for almost a full month, available to this community.