Discussion on wellness for African-Americans
African-Americans suffer from mental health issues like every other group, but they are among the least likely to seek help.
Accidental poisonings from squishy laundry detergent packets sometimes mistaken for toys or candy landed more than 700 U.S. children in the hospital in just two years, researchers report.
Clowning around issues of inequality
Hardly a day goes by that another candidate doesn’t announce his or her intention to run for the presidency. One day it’s Carly Fiorina, the next it’s Mike Huckabee, Bernie Sanders, or Hillary Clinton, even.
Make a Workout Date
Working out with a friend has its benefits. You are not lonely, you have someone to hold you accountable, and you both can cheer each other on as you hit your fitness milestones together.
The Agriculture Department has developed a new government certification and labeling for foods that are free of genetically modified ingredients.
‘Double Up Food Bucks’ serve low-income
The Farmers Market Fund, an independent non-profit and companion organization to the Portland Farmers Market, has always been dedicated to providing increased access to healthy local grown food for low-income, elderly and underserved populations.
A predatory system of policing
‘Held captive” was how one 13-year-old described the feeling of growing up poor in our wealthy nation. For more and more Americans living in poverty, this feeling isn’t just a metaphor.
Taye Diggs prepares for new role.
As part of High Blood Pressure Education Month, Portland Fire and Rescue reminds Portlanders they can visit their neighborhood station to get free blood pressure checks
Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj are the top contenders at the upcoming BET Award with six nominations each.
‘Thrill is Gone’ legend B.B. King remembered
B.B. King, whose scorching guitar licks and heartfelt vocals made him the idol of generations of musicians and fans while earning him the nickname King of the Blues, is being remembered after his death at the age of 89.
Our moral urgency to reform criminal justice
The moral urgency of criminal justice reform is crystal clear. We are called to not only “pray” for those directly affected, but we are also called to “act.”
Activists keep dead father’s pursuit for justice alive
Augustana Lutheran Church sits at the corner of Northeast 14th Avenue and Knott Street, a sturdy brick building with a sign proclaiming it as a “thriving multicultural congregation.” But the church played host to a different kind of gathering recently as community members from all over the city came to honor the memory of a young African American man killed by police five years after his death.
A spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ opens at Keller Auditorium.
Damarzhe Nelson and Rahsan Greenwood, holding their championship trophies after a recent tournament in Reno, Nev., are joined by their coach Hiag Brown of the Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center, a program that reconnects alienated at-risk youth affected by poverty, family instability and homelessness.
Thara Memory and kids win New York competition
The American Music Program of Portland has won Jazz at Lincoln Center's Essentially Ellington high school jazz band competition in New York after an emotional performance honoring its ailing director, Thara Memory.
C.J. Robbins has joined Portland’s Office of Equity and Human Rights as Program Coordinator for Black Male Achievement Portland.
Young dancers graduating from The Portland Ballet school cap a year of artistic achievement with a Spring Concert.
Salgado effortlessly mixes R&B, funk and blues with a delivery that is raw and heartfelt.