Tag Archives: Portland

Q&A with Timbers Beat Blogger Kip Kesgard

Kip Kesgard has been covering the Portland Timbers since 2009 as a community blogger for OregonLive.com, but has been a supporter since watching his first game in 2001. 1. When did you first discover your love for soccer? Who is … Continue reading

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Local News Broadcasting Features: Why’s This So Good?

By: Rachel Ibanez Tracy Barry, an award winning news anchor for KGW in Portland, did a feature story about ancestry.com. In this story, she sat down with a representative from ancestry.com and traced back her mother’s family history. This story was … Continue reading

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Why Is This so Good? Alan Richman’s Portland Food Scene Article Exudes Excellence

By: Rachel Davidson I never would have guessed that GQ magazine would produce such amazing food articles. Yet, here I am amazed at the brilliance of Alan Richman. Richman is a food and travel-contributing writer for GQ magazine. With an … Continue reading

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The Bike Vote: How urban cyclists are grabbing the attention of government from the grassroots up

Lee Shoemaker rides his government-owned commuter bike out toward the South Bank Trail in Eugene, Ore. A couple of days ago, he got an email from iBikeEugene — an iPhone application that his department created for riders to report problems … Continue reading

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Profile: Full Blown Kustoms airbrush artist

By Jeanne Pastore A couple hours before she passed away, Hubbs’ mother tightly gripped her son’s hand. “This is the year it will come true,” she said. Hubbs chuckled. “What are you talking about?” he asked. She sensed her son … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: Kristian Winfield of Rip City Project

1. Name: Kristian Winfield 2. Where you are from: Brooklyn, New York 3. What school do you go to: Hampton University, Hampton, Va. 4. When you started at Rip City Project: May 2012 5. What position did you start at: … Continue reading

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“Why’s this so good?” Beat Blog: Portland Vegan Food Scene

An outsider’s perspective is the crucial part of a formula that creates a great story. The Portland vegan food scene has been written by many writers and bloggers, and while their pieces don’t lack insider information they are missing an … Continue reading

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Convenience or Necessity: Is Longboarding a Trend?

Longboarders from Portland, Oregon speak out about their mode of transportation and how it may be a trend that won’t be going away anytime soon. As the skies turn a permanent shade of gray and the streets and sidewalks are … Continue reading

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Portland Vegan Food Scene Beat Blog

The city of Portland, Oregon is a hidden gem for many food lovers. Portland houses the most eclectic mix of restaurants and food carts that foodies could ever long for. Among this eclectic food scene, we are seeing a large … Continue reading

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Portland Trail Blazers Beat Blog (J361)

The Portland Trail Blazers have been playing in the Portland metro area since the late 1970’s and Oregonians love their Blazers. Ever since their only national championship in 1977 led by “Big Red” Bill Walton, the Blazers have an interesting … Continue reading

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