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When Jennie Greene broke ground on Northwest 23rd Avenue for a flower shop in a former shipping container, some neighbors cringed."It was ugly," admits Greene's landlord, Alex McIntosh. "But then she ...   More
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Meg Daly


End of an era on Alberta Street.

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The last vestige of an era when African-American-owned taverns dominated Northeast Alberta Street may disappear this summer when 73-year-old Joseph Benjamin sells Joe's Place.Benjamin, ailing with art ...   More
Wednesday, June 15, 2005 Meg Daly

Swan Song for Gay Men's Chorus Director

Chorus chief leaves after less than a year.

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The executive director of the Portland Gay Men's Chorus is leaving after less than a year, citing conflict on the board of directors as a key reason."The kind of leadership I wanted to offer and what ...   More
Wednesday, May 18, 2005 Meg Daly

Home, Queer Home

Progress resumes on community center for Portland's sexual minorities.

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A plan for a community center where Portland's queers can take in a concert, get a health checkup or find a lawyer is re-awakening after two years in hibernation."People are anxious for tangible resul ...   More
Wednesday, May 4, 2005 Meg Daly
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