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Got Leftover Crap From The Holidays? Here's Help

With the boxes, paper, bottles, bottles, bottles, trees and menorahs piled up in my garage, I've almost got no room for my coc...   More
Tuesday, December 30, 2008 by Dan Green

Knee Deep In Slush As An Intern on Christmas

It's Christmas Eve — the year's third most exciting day (after my birthday and St. Patrick's Day) —...   More
Wednesday, December 24, 2008 by Dan Green

Portland State Basketball Unwraps a Big Win Against Gonzaga

We know most Portland basketball fans are obsessed with the Trail Blazers.

But share a little hoops love this Christmas for the Portland State    More
Wednesday, December 24, 2008 by Dan Green

Driving in a winter wonderland…

As commuters slip and slide around Portland's streets, TriMet reports about 20 minor fender-benders involving its vehicles — none of which required emergency responders.

The total cost for these fend...   More
Tuesday, December 23, 2008 by Dan Green

While Weather Freezes the Oregon Food Bank, Sunshine Pantry Stays Open

I wrote a small piece last week about a homeless shelter's inability to function because...   More
Monday, December 22, 2008 by Dan Green

Great Game Last Night. Too Bad The Blazers Will Break My Heart

Hey, don't start writing letters just yet. I was — and am — a Blazer fan. I remember how Rip City swept through ...   More
Friday, December 19, 2008 by Dan Green

What Do Gift Wrappers Think About Us?

Among the many Sophie's Choice decisions testing our bandwidth this holiday season: to wrap or to pay s...   More
Friday, December 19, 2008 by Dan Green

Why Julia West House is Drawing Some Fire From The Homeless

As Portland prepares for its next round of crappy weather, some people are grumbling that Julia West House didn't open when it was most needed for its homeless clientele — during yesterday's ...   More
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 by Dan Green
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