Coming off an NAIA championship season, and currently sporting a stellar 10-1-1 record as well as being one of the top ranked women’s soccer teams, not to mention the top-ranked team in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, and boasting 28 wins in their last 29 games, the women’s soccer team at Concordia is inserting themselves as a talking point in local soccer conversations.
Denzel Washington reteams with his Training Day director Antoine Fuqua in the action thriller, The Equalizer.
‘Stoopid Burger’ rises to the top with unique, hand-crafted burgers
These local burgers make even the smartest of Portland foodies get downright Stoopid
Linda Hornbuckle dies at the age of 59
Hornbuckle was famous throughout the Pacific Northwest for her powerful voice and amazing stage presence. This week Portland loses one of the most eminent singers in the Northwest.
How one woman has created a luxury wine-spa from the ground up
One woman brings Vino-Therapy to Downtown Portland - and the results are just as luxurious as you'd expect.
Attorney reaches out to serve disadvantaged
One of very few adult congenital heart defect survivors, one attorney shares her gift with marginalized Portland community members.
Community celebration prior to tonight's first home game
Jefferson High School scores new field for first home football game.
An Interview with ‘The Truffle Temptress’
Secrets to finding the "diamond of the kitchen" -- truffles!
Curt’s Ultimate Fitness and Fighting Arts
Northeast Halsey and 109th Avenue is not an area you would usually associate with greatness.
PDX Trauma Free serves local community, welcomes new patients, and fills the gap in service for people of color and other marginalized groups.
CLIMB center provides resources
Starting a small business is a daunting task, but potential business owners in our area may have an advantage.
Kyle Nathaniel Baker
A Celebration of Life service for a beloved community member.
Retired NBA star celebrates 20 years of local business ventures
A staple of the Portland African American community, former NBA Star Terrell Brandon is celebrating 20 years as a local business owner
Short term rentals another blow to housing affordability and access
Vacation rentals by homeowners in the Portland market are a dramatic new housing trend that opponents say will contribute to gentrification and the loss of affordable housing options.
Input sought on affordable housing commitment
Investment marks a win for the Portland African American Leadership Forum which originally criticized the Portland Development Commission project citing its lack of a housing plan.
August Wilson Red Door Project returns to Portland schools
Red Door Project introduces students to the works of August Wilson whose long-inspired work reflects the African-American experience.
Pulitzer Prize winning play follows black Americans in post-Depression era
The August Wilson play, now playing at The Church, 602 N.E. Prescott St., reflects the African-American experience, covering questions of legacy and reminders of painful family pasts.
Motown inspired ‘Dreamgirls’ takes Portland Center Stage
A groundbreaking musical, loosely based on the career of The Supremes.
Young people help with education about disease
Pastor Marcia Taylor leads annual Sickle Cell Awareness event.
“This is for the little brown girls,” writes Misty Copeland in the prologue of her New York Times bestselling memoir, Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina,