New Century Players' 'I Do, I Do' musical set for Sept. 8-24

Clackamas Review - Features
'I Do, I Do,' the first offering of New Century Players 2017-18 season, is a small, two-character musical with a big story

Photo slideshow: Molalla football at Putnam - Sept. 1, 2017

Molalla Pioneer - Sports
Molalla 7, Putnam 14: The Indians fell to the Putnam Kingsmen in what proved to be a defensive struggle as the game remained scoreless at the end of…

CRT's 'Tigers Be Still' offers a roaring good time

Clackamas Review - Features
'Tigers Be Still' is the final play in the Clackamas Repertory Theatre season at Clackamas Community College

Milwaukie awash in art Sept. 1

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For September's First Friday in downtown Milwaukie, Chris Haberman and artMOB wanted an 'amazing' art exhibit

Leo Hartfeil of Oregon City enjoys ride on 'train of life'

Clackamas Review - Features
Local man, born in Latvia in 1937, survives World War II, stroke to mark his 80th birthday at Pioneer Center

Youth Theatre for Change allows young people to bare their…

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Kirk Mouser, executive artistic director for Portland-based Stumptown Stages, has been with the program since the beginning

IN PHOTOS: Dinosaur Jr. headlines Pickathon 2017

Gresham Outlook - News
The popular and nationally renowned music festival brings tens of thousands of fans and dozens of bands to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley

Clackamas County Fair's blue-ribbon competitor

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Fair opens Tuesday, Aug. 15, and runs through Aug. 19 at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds in Canby
COURTESY PHOTO - Bent Shovel Brewing was part of the early craft beer revolution in Oregon City. Now there are seven, each complementing one another with their own styles and vibe.

Beer brewers, drinkers embrace Oregon City

Portland Tribune - Features
With seven breweries in two years, craft beer hot spot is born in the city just south of Portland

Misty hillsides, atrocities, rock 'n roll and Pickathon

Portland Tribune - Features
Legendary, whimsical British songwriter/rocker Robyn Hitchcock and Patterson Hood of politically charged Athens, Ga., rock band Drive-By Truckers…

Rising Phoenix, new community theater group based in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Susan Scovil is taking a leap into the unknown by starting Rising Phoenix Theater, a group based in Milwaukie

Irving Berlin's Melody Lingers On at Clackamas Community…

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Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents show 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; and 2:30 p.m. Sundays, Aug. 4-27

THE 19TH PICKATHON: Creating a unicorn

Portland Tribune - Features
The festival at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley includes the likes of Robyn Hitchcock, Jonathan Richman and Drive-By Truckers

New Century Players puts the fun in fundraising

Clackamas Review - Features
'Give My Regards to Broadway' at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 29, at the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center, 13505 S.E. River Road, in Oak Grove

Oregon City library plans Zine Fest, first curated…

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Oregon City Public Library's first Zine Fest from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 29 to feature 20 zinesters showcasing their work

Oregon City exhibit showcases work of young artists

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YAC partners with The Living Room to showcase the work of 10 young artists through Aug. 1 at Clackamas County's Public Services Building in Oregon…

Buyer needed for Damascus Curves to keep franchise open

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Happy Valley resident Anita Meier, a member of the Damascus Curves for nearly four years, said she did not want to see the business go away.

Gotta go in Victorian times? That's 'Unmentionable'

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Therese Oneill presents her book 'Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage and Manners,' and will talk about the book from 1 to 2…

Oregon City artist Kerri Blackman goes national

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Partnership between UGallery, Crate and Barrel offers customers original art at affordable prices

Message from Water Environment Services simple: no wipes in…

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Scott Herdener, a wastewater operator at Clackamas County's WES Tri-City Facility on Agnes Avenue in Oregon City, said that the problem with wipes is…

The game is afoot in 'Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes…

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Clackamas Repertory Theatre's production opens on June 29 in the Niemeyer Center at Clackamas Community College

Milwaukie teen Eva Busch to compete in scholarship…

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Busch will be Oregon's representative at the national finals of the Distinguished Young Women competition in Mobile, Alabama

Clackamas High School students share personal stories in…

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22 Clackamas High School students shared their personal stories with elementary school students, as part of the Clackamas Book Project

Nonprofit recruits children, pregnant women for free…

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Clackamas County Children's Commission is a nonprofit organization currently serving over 700 families throughout Clackamas County

Johnson Creek Watershed Council honors volunteers

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The two young men, Phil Nosler and Adam Nayak, both 17, received their awards at JCWC's annual celebration held at Reed College on May 25

Great things are afoot for Milwaukie's Sock It to Me

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Founder Carrie Atkinson will discuss the history of Sock It to Me and its business practices at the Ledding Cultural Forum at 7 p.m. on June 1

Community invited to Redland Pioneer Cemetery open house

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Redland Cemetery Board will hold a cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 20, to get the site ready for Memorial Day

Community orchestra presents 'Dancing Through Our Memories'

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East County Community Orchestra director Roger Nickerson is from Oregon City

Craig Chee, Sarah Maisel teaching at the Milwaukie Center

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Internationally acclaimed teachers and musicians make Milwaukie their one Portland-area stop

Elizabeth Denny dares to dream big at Miss USA pageant

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Denny, 26, competed in the Miss Oregon USA 2016 pageant as Miss Clackamas County USA and finished as second runner-up

'Fairy tales with a twist' offered by Oregon City High…

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'Miss Chudderley's Fairy Tales With a Twist!' is the spring offering from Karlyn Love's play production class

New Century Players takes on period piece, 'Persuasion'

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Adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel opens at 7:30 p.m. on May 12 in the Performing Arts Center at Rose Villa in Oak Grove

Local filmmaker seeks support, followers to complete 'More…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City resident needs $12,000 and the help of 500 people to complete the film in time to submit it to several independent film festivals

It's a bird, it's a plane: Celebrate International Drone Day

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Hands-on action takes place on May 6 at Clackamette Park, 1955 Clackamette Drive, in Oregon City

Milwaukian Rosie McGee to discuss memoir about Grateful Dead

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'The Grateful Dead: Before, During and After the 'Summer of Love'' at 7 p.m. May 4 at the Ledding Cultural Forum at the Pond House in Milwaukie

Clackamas County celebrates its commitment to environment

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Hundreds of people turned out to admire wildlife, pick up litter and celebrate trees during Earth Day celebrations

Kids master technology in Jody Bean's sixth-grade classroom…

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SMART Board is an interactive whiteboard that allows teachers and students to organize and present content

Local man raises awareness of rare disease familial…

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Unincorporated Clackamas County resident Russ Cross has become an advocate for those with FCS

Gladstone High gives Shakespeare a modern twist

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The production is a modern-language version of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream,' which director and drama teacher Emmett Pearson thinks is one of…

Local author Joan Lubar helps find joy, health at any age

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Happy Valley resident shares her story in her newly released book 'Rock & Roll at Any Age.'

Oregon City resident Chris Truax opens gallery on…

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Truax moved to Oregon City right out of high school and began taking art classes at Clackamas Community College

Milwaukie sprouts first certified Backyard Habitat

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Lisa Batey, the president of the Milwaukie City Council and an Island Station resident, is the first local resident to receive that certification…

Oregon City Girl Scout trip to Belize, Guatemala…

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Hannah Teel, 16, a sophomore at Oregon City High School, and 15-year-old Kyla Wheeler, a sophomore at West Linn High School, noted that they learned…

Staged! After School seeks local students for…

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Theater class for student ages 7 to 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. April 12 through May 31 in Oregon City

OC's Mesa Fresca offers fresh Mexican, Peruvian food

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Mesa Fresca offers beer drinkers the opportunity to enjoy the new Three Knives lager, made by Oregon City's Shattered Oak Brewing

John Munger Memorial Jazz Band gets toes tapping to…

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North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District hoping to attract more dancers

Veterans and Families Resource Center of Oregon…

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Nonprofit organization operating out of St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Milwaukie connects veterans to services

Mobile vet Lori Braun lets pet owners say farewell…

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Milwaukie resident Julie Brundage turned to Lap of Love when her cherished dog, Baloo, began to show signs of slowing down

Local author Jerry Sutherland to explain why Calvin…

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Not much is known about Tibbets' life before setting out for the Oregon Territory

'Lion King Jr.' roars to life in new Oregon City…

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The Disney classic follows the adventures of the young lion, Simba, the heir to Mufasa

Rock Creek Watershed Wide event set for Happy Valley

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Volunteers are asked to preregister for the event and meet at 8:30 a.m. March 11 at Happy Valley City Hall, where shuttles will take them to…

Oregon City resident Naomi Rux to appear in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Rux especially enjoyed working with choreographer Zachary Carroll on 'Rip/Tide.'

Clackamas Repertory Theatre to present first Bar…

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Debut of 'Bakersfield Mist,' a staged reading directed by David Smith-English

New Century Players, Rex Putnam High School team up…

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The play is a hilarious, high-octane retelling of Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's Dream' set on the boardwalk of a seaside town in modern-day New…

'Picnic,' by William Inge, opening March 2 at…

Clackamas Review - Features
The play won the Pulitzer Prize in 1953 and is the second in the college's Season of American Classics

Oregon City High School plays offer avenues to deal…

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The OCHS Theatre Arts Department will present 'The Bully Plays,' five short student-directed plays built around the theme of bullying, on March 1, 2,…

Willamette Falls Symphony presents 'The Planets and…

Clackamas Review - Features
At the Oregon City United Methodist Church, 18955 S. South End Road, the concert will be conducted by Mark Perlman, on 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19

Internment survivor George Nakata: 'In America,…

Clackamas Review - Features
At Clackamas Community College's campus in unincorporated Milwaukie, he will tell his story in a presentation titled 'Experiences in an American…

Exceed Enterprises' Emerge Arts Program encourages…

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie-based Exceed Enterprises has been providing vocational and personal development services for adults with intellectual or developmental…

Woman's Day magazine names Gladstone's Amber Duncan…

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When she began the challenge in June, Duncan weighed 250 pounds; she subsequently lost 45 pounds, following the guidelines sent to her by her health…

'Wing It' and 'Doubt' open Clackamas Repertory…

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'Wing It' starts with a catfight, of sorts, but in the end, works out all for the best

HART Theatre brings on the laughs with 'My Inlaws…

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First play of 2017 comes from New Zealand native Devon Williamson.

David Mayfield captures local landscapes at…

Clackamas Review - Features
David Mayfield has lived in Milwaukie for 19 years and has a master's degree in art from San Francisco State University.

Christina Mercier gets second chance for a…

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Mercier, a St. Helen's resident, is the first of the recipients to complete the program.

Rex Putnam High School's Kelley Marchant takes on…

Clackamas Review - Features
Among the characters that she plays are Simone Fabrikant, a therapist attempting to help a young woman and her misbehaving dogs; and Mrs. Jones, a…

Peter Franc of Oregon Ballet Theatre soars into…

Clackamas Review - Features
Franc will play Prince Siegfried in the OBT production of 'Swan Lake,' opening Feb. 18 at the Keller Auditorium in Portland.

Oak Grove encaustic artist Raquel Edwards gets RACC…

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'Since leaving the darkroom and a world of black and white photography in 2009, I've been focused on learning the technical aspects of being a…

Oregon City's Weinhard Grill, Coin Toss Brewing…

Clackamas Review - Features
Newly released beer is the result of a partnership between Busch, co-owner of Weinhard's Grill, and Tim Hohl, founder of Coin Toss Brewing Company, a…

Clackamas County youth pay tribute to John Hughes…

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All three students from Clackamas County schools are in the Staged! Conservatory, a pre-professional training program for goal-oriented young people…

Oregon City's NW Ferments sells DIY starter culture…

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New Oregon City business sells starters for yogurt, kefir, kombucha and sourdough bread, rather than the finished food items themselves.

Bird numbers up; Christmas counters record 90…

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More than 64 bird counters fanned out over the Southeast Portland and Milwaukie areas during the Christmas Bird Count, held Dec. 31.

Jane Fellows to portray powerful women

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Fellows has been performing 'The Belle of Amherst' since 1985, and characterizes the show as a personal visit for tea in Emily Dickinson's family…

Reliving history at the End of the Oregon Trail

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The center has partnered with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, has added displays about Oregon's female and black pioneers, and currently…

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