Local Portland woman builds apartment building for close friends and family. Learn more here.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — If you’ve been in inner Southeast Portland lately, you may have noticed a 34,000-square-foot building that was recently finished.
Living inside that building is a large group of longtime friends who wanted to grow old together. The brainchild of a local woman, the building looks like a place you’d want to stay for vacation — complete with a heated pool, workout room and even an extensive game room.
“We were all sitting around talking about how we were going to age together,” resident Debbie McCabe explained. “But Molly is the one who took it and ran with it.”…
Tini’s Bar in Portland donates 100 percent of its profits to nonprofits for low-income youth. Learn more here.
Portlanders can now help fund aid for unhoused and low-income teens while popping by a neighborhood bar.
Mike and Courtney Nierengarten, the owners of Oregon-based distillery Dregs Vodka, opened Tini’s in January — a Portland tasting room on NW 23rd, pouring flights of mini-cocktails and selling bottles of its branded vodka. But the Nierengartens aren’t pocketing the sales from Tini’s; rather, the couple donates 100 percent of the profits from the bar and distillery to nonprofits specifically working with low-income youth, including Portland-based P:ear Mentor, Friends of the Children,…
A new Disney animated short film has roots at the Oregon coast.. Discover more here. By Kristi Turnquist | The Oregonian/OregonLive
Oregonians may notice some familiar images when they watch “Far From the Tree,” an animated short film that ran in theaters prior to the Disney animated feature, “Encanto.” The scenery, for example, looks like the Oregon coast. And doesn’t that landmark offshore resemble Haystack Rock, in Cannon Beach?
That’s no accident. “Far From the Tree,” a Walt Disney Animation Studios seven-minute short, is written and directed by Natalie Nourigat, who grew…
If you ever drive up in Portland, you’re likely acquainted with it’s traffic. A federal infrastructure package will make improvements to various aspects of transit. Keep reading to discover where planning currently stands.
A new surge of federal transportation funding could soon jump-start large and long-planned freeway and transit projects in the Portland metro area.
The Oregon Department of Transportation is poised to receive $1.2 billion in new funding from the federal infrastructure package approved by Congresson Friday. The money will go toward a variety of highway, public transit and clean energy projects.
Travis Brouwer, ODOT’s assistant…