I saw a lot of joy on the faces in John Duncan’s photography from the 70s. I wanted to share that.
“Whenever we talk about changes to the landscape, people get antsy.”
“By singling out a particular group of people to support … you’re creating greater divisiveness between communities in the city,”
Portland television station WCSH 6 broke the news Thursday evening on a story that a number of us area journalists have been poking around on for about a week: The building that houses landmark downtown grocery store Paul’s Food Center is being sold. The buyers, we ultimately found out, were a pair of LLCs led […]
“In Portland, there’s no weight on my shoulders. Now that I know it’s legalized, I’m liberated.”
“I don’t think anyone is thrilled about it.”
“I grew up going there with my family and when I asked my brother about it recently he said it was still open.”
A year ago at this time, the pipeline was transporting nearly 105,000 barrels of oil per day.
“We are talking about a population that is overwhelmingly educated and motivated to work.”
Instead of talking about how Portland is on the upswing, we’d be talking about a second straight decade of population decline.