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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Why Portland Became Favorite Hockey Team in Sochi Olympics

There was a big surprise concerning of hockey game in 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi; Portland hockey team, which was originally an underdog and non favorite among bettors and fans alike, suddenly rose to quite good positions and showed entertaining as well as notable performance in the arena, surprising hockey fans and bettors. This is […]

Portland National Hockey League Bet with Money Line Method

Portland Ice hockey may not really a big hit in the US when it comes to popular sport betting, but National Hockey League events are still hot venues to place Portland hockey bet on Sbobet Casino. While NHL games may not be as popular as NBA and NFL games, they still provide fun experiences in […]

Art and Community: Shovel-ready Investments

DOING THE ABCs Two disparate events, one local, one national, just struck a deep resonant chord around the spaces and places we call home. The first was John Canda’s riveting piece on gangs and the need for youth/community cohesion in Portland; the second was the furor surrounding Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn’s amendment to the economic […]

Wisdom of Solomon

Have you ever wondered what affordable housing and New Urbanism might learn from Coco Chanel, George Balanchine, Duke Ellington and Otto Wagner’s architecture of Red Vienna? Architect Daniel Solomon, FAIA has—and his rich 40-year career positively radiates with these kinds of energetic “mixed-use” connections between modernist ideals and distinctive humanistic design for the real world. […]

Sustainability Center Finalists Duke it Out at City Hall

Tonight (Thursday, Feb. 26 from 6-8 p.m.) at City Council Chambers (1221 SW 4th Avenue, 2nd floor), the public gets a qualified sneak-peak at the four finalist teams under consideration to complete a development feasibility analysis for the Sustainability Center of Excellence—the proposed “Living Building” to be located in downtown Portland. This isn’t a design […]