In Portland, yoga began with talks. As early as 1912,
when this was a city of 200,000 people, enlightened Portlanders gathered
in a grand old building across from today’s Paranoid Park. Clad in
E. Kimbark MacColl, an educator and school administrator who chronicled the history of Portland and its power establishment, died last night after a long illness, WW has learned. He was 86. Kim, as he was known, taught at Occidental and Reed colleges, Portland State University and Catlin Gabel School. He was a member of City Club and other prominent civic groups, and served on a number of committees ...
[We had two Words events reach our mailbox after Wednesday's newspaper had already trundled off to the printing press. So, instead, enjoy a heads up on them via the magic of the interweb.] Food, beer, and history—essentially the high school class you always wanted—await the attendees of tonight's Oregon Encyclopedia (OE) History Night debut. The new monthly series will kick off with ...