For both homes lucky enough to have air conditioning and those without, you can do a few things to stay cooler.
You’re invited to party at historic Dawson Park on three consecutive Thursday nights this month as the Black Parents Initiative hosts a three part Concert in the Park series that is combined with the group’s family fun days.
Beaverton Night Market returns on Saturday, Aug. 11, a multicultural evening of international food and craft vendors, as well as cultural performances, from 5 to 10 p.m. at The Round, located just off the Beaverton Central MAX stop.
The newest Portland Parks and Recreation site to serve communities in outer east Portland features a playground with wheelchair accessibility, free games for checkout, a large, grassy play area, performance plaza, splash fountains, skateboard ramps and more.
The Beaverton Wellness Center offers one-stop for kids, families and individuals needing medical, dental, pharmacy and mental/behavioral health services.
Crowd control tactics will be reviewed
Protesters' injuries were sustained from crowd-control munitions fired by police, according to multiple news outlets and from activists on social media. Four arrests were made.
Race Talks will sponsor first candidates forum
The public forum centers around two Portland City Council seat candidates--Jo Ann Hardesty and Loretta Smith--who are poised to become the first African-American female council-woman in Portland’s history.
A celebration of resilience, strength and influence
With the guiding theme of “Experience The Culture”, the Pan African Festival of Oregon seeks to galvanize, mobilize, and empower peoples of the African diaspora in the state.
Ballot to kill sanctuary law draws a fight
Measure 105 (Initiative Proposition 22) seeks to roll back anti-racial profiling reforms in Oregon and is sponsored by the Repeal Oregon Sanctuary Law, which is funded by Oregonians for Immigration Reform and the Federation for American Reform--both groups are classified as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
One year lease brings uncertainty
KairosPDX wanted a five year lease, but the district offered only one year, plus a rent increase of over 30 percent, according to KairosPDX school board members.
Policy debates leaves out black people
While some might debate the “legality” of people crossing the border without documents, absolutely nothing justifies treating human beings inhumanely.
Senior Pastor Dr. R. H. Edwards Sr. invites every church and their congregations to come and be part of this important occasion, in honor of the late Jeffrey Ward Sr., a church deacon.
Pilot transportation option will be evaluated
Two companies were allowed to set up shop for their app-based scooter services last week thanks to permits from the Portland Bureau of Transportation as part of a pilot program to test the compatibility of e-scooters in the city.
The band is celebrating the release of "What's My Name (Big Sam)" from their new album "Songs in the Key of Funk"
All are welcome at this free outdoor event celebrating the diversity of our city and featuring a barbecue, a book sale, and music provided by Marilyn Keller and other notable jazz musicians.
This month, you can watch the family-friendly classic movie “Toy Story” from the pool deck or while floating in the pool itself on large screens at Pier, Wilson, Montavilla, Creston, and Sellwood Pools.
Better to learn conflict resolution
With the lack of laws and training regarding carrying and purchasing guns, more students are likely to die in schools if Trump’s ideas are applied.
The mission will distribute 150,000 pairs to fulfill a basic need for those who can’t access clean laundry.
The bundling of affordable housing and mental health treatment is a first-of-it’s-kind for cross-governmental funding.
Expect traffic delays in the coming weeks as freeway construction of I-84 and I-5 ramps continue.