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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Ken Aaron tagged goose_hollownews

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So Portland City Council just finished discussing—but not voting on, like Mayor Sam Adams really, really wanted—a proposal to extend meter hours and raise parking rates, only when the Timbers play, for several hundred metered parking spaces near Jeld-Wen Stadium, the soccer arena formerly known as PGE Park.

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The Portland Timbers unveiled the new name of their home venue, announcing it will be known as Jeld-Wen Field.

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Timber fans: The city wants you to find ways to get to the 18 home games that don’t involve parking on the street around PGE Park in Goose Hollow.

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Taking a cue from Portland’s better cart chefs, who limit themselves to variations on a single, simple theme, Kalé proprietor Makoto Yoshino does only one thing—Japanese curry—and he does it very, very well.

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The Portland City Council may take another run at outlawing cheap malt liquor and fortified wine from supermarkets and corner stores -- creating the first official "alcohol impact area" in Oregon.

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Back in 2007, upon coming across a wobbly staple rack in Northwest Portland, I wondered if it was the work of thieves or just a natural occurrence. It seemed plausible that someone intent on stealing a bike could just loosen the bolts of a rack and walk away with the bike(s).

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In a way, the big news for Artists Repertory Theatre's next season already is old news. It's been months since the company announced that Oscar-winning actor William Hurt would be working in Portland again, this time starring in a production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night" to be co-produced with Australia's Sydney Theatre Company.

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The city and Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson have reached a deal to renovate PGE Park in order to accommodate a Major League Soccer team. The deal will go to City Council next Wednesday.

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