Car2Go Pulling Out of St. Johns and East Portland

"In the low usage areas, we found that our vehicles sit idle four times longer, ultimately affecting overall vehicle availability for the Portland membership base, as well as parking for the Portland community."


East Portland can't catch a break.Just this week KGW had a story called, "Diverse, non-cool East Portland seeks greater representation" which described East Portland as "shabby apartment complexes, fading strip malls, wide avenues and fast-food chains." Harsh. And now, Car2Go has announced they are pulling out of East Portland, and St. Johns, starting Aug. 24.In an email sent out this morning to Car2Go ...   More
Friday, July 31, 2015 LIZZY ACKER

Introducing…: The Resistance

Music Stories
Who: Rappers Mic Capes, Glenn Waco and Rasheed Jamal. Sounds like: Lupe Fiasco if he was a little more street; Kurupt if he was a little more conscious. For fans of: Kendrick Lamar, Common, Earl Swe   More
Wednesday, March 19, 2014 REED JACKSON

Central Hotel: Blue-Collar Cocktails

Bar Reviews
Chris Bollenbacher’s tryst with the St. Johns Central Hotel (8608 N Lombard St., 477-5489, was short but influential. This time last year, the former Cathedral Park Kitc   More
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 MARTIN CIZMAR

City Chops Down Pier Park Sequoia, Arrests Woman Trying to Save It


 The City of Portland this morning began cutting down a 12-story sequoia tree in Pier Park in St. Johns to make way for a bicycle and pedestrian bridge, despite a week-long effort by neighborhood activists to save it.Portland Police arrested one of those activists this morning at 10 am, after she crossed a police line around the tree, which is 120 feet tall and 18 feet in circumference. More than ...   More
Friday, February 22, 2013 AARON MESH

Cathedral Park Kitchen: Ginned-Up Cafe

Bar Reviews
In a no-frills space designed as a lunchroom for office workers at the old Columbia Sportswear factory in St. Johns, an odd surprise: some of the best cocktails in Portland. Cathedral Park Kitchen   More
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 MATTHEW KORFHAGE


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