It's Tuesday, Jan. 16, Book Publishers Day. Happy birthday to actor/singer/songwriter/ 'Hamilton' star Lin-Manuel Miranda (1980). Today in 1974, nine men were killed in a massive landslide near Canyonville. The men were repairing a telephone line when the slide swept over them. It was Oregon's deadliest landslide. Expect rain showers, a light southeast breeze and a high in the mid 50s. Buy a book from a local publisher today:




• See "Endings," and exhibit by Srijon Chowdhury and Bobbi Woods, noon to 4 p.m., The Art Gym at Marylhurst University, 17600 Pacific Highway, Marylhurst. theartgym.org

• Learn about bullet journaling at the Garden Home Community Library's Bullet Journaling 101 class, 6:30 p.m., at the library annex, 7306 S.W. Oleson Road. www.gardenhomelibrary.org/

• Talk about the health effects of poverty and racism at Science on Tap, 7 p.m., Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 N.E. Alberta St. www.viaproductions.org/

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Winterhawks roster grows with addition of defenseman

January 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Sports
BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Team acquires Red Wings draft pick Cholowski in trade

Analyzing Timbers, Thorns moves

January 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Sports
SOCCER/BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Polo in essence could replace Nagbe, only more direct in attack; The Long good-bye makes room for perhaps even more creative punch
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  • U of O Army Students win basketball game

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    OREGON SPORTS HISTORY/Also on this day in 1944 -- Portland leagues in action throughout the city
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  • Remmers shares in 'unbelievable' Vikings win

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    KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Offensive lineman from Jesuit High and Oregon State enjoys being one step from Super Bowl in…
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  • James back in NBA

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    SCORESHEET/BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/UO's Mullens named as Auburn athletic director candidate
  • Oregon women sprint past ASU

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    SUNDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Beavers turn it on after first quarter and roll to victory over Arizona
  • Minnesota breezes past Portland

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    Trail Blazers falter in middle quaters, fall into tie for seventh in NBA Western Conference
  • Everett tips Winterhawks in shootout

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    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Portland rallies in the third period to earn a point in the standings; Winterhawks and Silvertips tied on…
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  • Montana women overcome Vikings

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    SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Pilots, Concordia fall on road, while Lewis & Clark picks up NWC victory
  • PSU comes up short

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    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Vikings rally, but poor 3-point shooting and loss of two players to illness hamper them against Montana
  • Winterhawks top Thunderbirds

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    SATURDAY WHL RECAP/Portland wins at home for the first time since mid-November, beating Seattle 5-4 for fourth win in a row
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    SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Pacific Tigers top Pilots; Lewis & Clark notches first Northwest Conference win
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    SCORESHEET/BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Former Ducks golf star Wyndham Clark sparkles in Web.com season opener; what's coming in local…
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    Vikings climb to 2-2 in Big Sky, 12-5 overall, with 93-74 triumph over Montana State

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Politics

Wyden, Merkley still back 'dreamers'

January 14, 2018 Portland Tribune - News Peter Wong
Oregon Democrats offer differing prospects at town hall meetings for shielding them from deportation, but reaffirm support for attaching legislation to extended federal spending authority.

New voting center unveiled in Gresham

January 12, 2018 Gresham Outlook - News Christopher Keizur
Voting Center Express is in the lobby of the Multnomah County East Building, 600 N.E. Eighth St.

Features

'Racing to Change' connects past to present

January 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Features Jennifer Anderson
Oregon Historical Society exhibit honors state's civil rights pioneers and examines issues of incarceration, schools, activism and more

Bits & Pieces

January 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Features Jason Vondersmith
Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including 'Bespoke Bodies,' 'Architecture of Internment' and 'American Vandal'
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  • Milwaukie's late, great Paul deLay featured in 'Just This One'

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    Musical is part of the annual Fertile Ground Festival of New Work Jan. 27-28 in Portland
  • Test Drive: 2018 Subaru Crosstrek

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    The off-road version of the redesigned Impreza compact is a great value for those who take living in the Pacific Northwest serious.
  • Photographs reveal joys of Human Solutions shelter families

    Gresham Outlook - News
    Exhibit at Collins Gallery in Portland shares winding personal journeys of kids, parents at facility
  • NEW WORKS SPROUT FROM FERTILE GROUND

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Theater fest banishes winter blahs with events Jan. 18-28 at venues throughout the metro area
  • Artichoke tunes up at its new digs

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    Music shop, school, community venue plans benefit concert after move to Southeast Powell Boulevard
  • Chekhov's 'Three Sisters' refreshed for modern times

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    Shoebox Theatre presents local director's adaptation, Jan. 12-28, produced by Northwest Classical Theatre Collaborative
  • Thile returns to Portland as host of 'Live From Here'

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    He had lived in the city while wife Claire Coffee worked on 'Grimm'; Thile took over from Garrison Keiller on variety shos
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    The places to be in the next week in Portland and beyond for local and national music acts - including Foreverland, Chervona and many big…
  • Stephen Donald Newhouse

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    March 2, 1953 - January 5, 2018 - Stephen Donald Newhouse, 64, passed away Jan. 5.
  • Willamette Falls torytelling project seeks participants

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    Clackamas Community College instructor Sue Mach to lead two digital workshops in February and May
  • Milwaukie resident adapts, directs Chekhov's 'Three Sisters'

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    Patrick Walsh opens his version of 'Three Sisters' at the Shoebox Theatre in Portland
  • Saving chimps, one recipe at a time

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    Portland teens create vegetarian cookbook, 'Saving Pan,' to help raise money to rescue orphaned chimpanzees
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    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Salgado/Hager album, The Eagles with Vince Gill and Wanderlust 108
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  • 'Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time' delights audiences

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    Produced in Oregon City, movie features local as well as famous actors in film festivals.
  • Test Drive: 2018 Infiniti QX60

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    A three-row luxury crossover SUV with a sporty personality and polished road manners.
  • Book giveaway to kick off Lake Oswego Reads

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    Dozens of events are planned around Lily Brooks-Dalton's post-apcalyptic novel, 'Good Morning, Midnight'
  • ONE OVER LAND, ONE BY SEA

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    In two-part 'Astoria,' PCS chronicles the journey funded by John Jacob Astor that aspired to birth of wealthy trading empire on West Coast
  • Food past, future: Feeding the belly, soul

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    Three food envoys - Carrie Welch, Chris Angelus, Liz Crain - share highlights of year, wishes for 2018
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    The places to be in the next week in Portland and beyond for local and national music acts - including 'Jamming With Project Trio,' Rufus…

Sustainable Life

Waste Management gets nod to process our food scraps

January 14, 2018 Steve Law
Metro chooses nation's largest garbage hauler, which is working with Portland sewer authority, to build plant in North Portland.

Could Vanport Flood happen again?

January 11, 2018 Steve Law
State study shows just how vulnerable we are if any Columbia River flood-control levees fail

 

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