It's Sunday, Aug. 19, World Photo Day. Happy birthday to inventor Philo T. Farnsworth (1906-1971), who helped create the modern television system. Today in 1964, The Beatles began the band's first U.S. tour with a show in San Francisco. It should be sunny, with a calm north breeze and a high in the upper 80s. Here are a few things to do that could be worthy of photos today:




• See classic cars and boats Lake Oswego's 19th annual Collector Car & Classic Boat Show, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., George Rogers Park, 611 State St., Lake Oswego. www.oswegoheritage.org/car-boat-show-1/

• Walk with our new neighbors at the Portland Parks & Recreation's WALK with Refugees and Immigrants, 11 a.m., Gateway Discovery Park, 10520 N.E. Halsey St. www.portlandparks.gov

• Buy a painting and support the Oregon Humane Society at the Painters Showcase Annual Show, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Grand Hotel, 7265 S.W. Hazel Fern Road. www.painters-showcase.com/

• Ride your bike without cars in outer Northeast Portland's Sunday Parkway, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., entertainment at Knott City Park on Northeast 117th Avenue. www.PortlandSundayParkways.org

• Join old friends at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Reunion at Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center, 1:30 to 3 p.m., 10180 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Clackamas. www.kp.org

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  • Timbers fall again

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    SATURDAY MLS RECAP/Sporting Kansas City dominates Portland, wins 3-0 as Timbers drop third in a row
  • Mariners win on balk

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    The Los Angeles Dodgers' Dylan Floro commits the foul in the bottom of the 10th inning as Seattle wins 5-4; series finale at 1 p.m. Sunday
  • Thorns rally for draw

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    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Portland scores twice in second half to tie Chicago 2-2 on Saturday at Providence Park
  • Hops extend second-half lead

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    SATURDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Seahawks fall to Chargers; Inglis tied for 28th in LPGA Tour event
  • Beavers have a 'Champ' catching on in camp

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    BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Pasadena product Flemings, 5-5, battling for playing time on offense and special teams for Oregon State
  • Compton shows heart with two good rounds at Pumpkin Ridge

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    BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Former PGA Tour player battles into contention as he tries to stick on Web.com Tour
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  • Young helps Web.com connect

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  • Timbers add goalkeeper

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    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/With Gleeson injured, Steve Clark joins Portland; Caleb Porter speaks, Ridgewell update and more
  • Ernst keeps lead at WinCo Foods Portland Open

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  • Ex-Duck Clark misses WinCo cut -- and now the work begins

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  • Hops down host Volcanoes

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    FRIDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Pilot, Duck women win soccer openers; Winterhawks lose assistant coach Flynn to NHL Columbus
  • Dodgers slam five home runs, down Mariners 11-1

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  • Money leader has WinCo Foods Portland Open lead with one round to go

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    Sungjae Im, 20, is looking for his second Web.com Tour win of the season; Ernst is 2 shots back at Pumpkin Ridge
  • WinCo golf tourney tees off Thursday

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    BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Winner will take $144,000 purse; PGA Tour cards awarded; top players bring unique backgrounds
  • Son's time to shine

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    KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Ex-Blazer Gary Trent Sr.'s youngest joins his old team
  • Proactive Pilots give program a tweak

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    ON SOCCER/BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/New University of Portland coach Michelle French kicks off a remake
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    BY JASON VONDERSMITH/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Ducks football coach exudes accountability for himself and team
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Politics

Wyden, Blumenauer call for paper ballots nationwide

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Lawmakers say PAVE Act will allow for rigorous audits and recounts at meeting at the Bus Project.

Rep. Walden visits Prineville

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Rep. Greg Walden visits with Crook County and Prineville leaders to discuss local issues

Features

Hiking ambassador program expands

August 17, 2018 Gresham Outlook - News Matt Debow
Guides greet visitors at popular trailheads in Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

Crews take on trail restoration challenges

August 17, 2018 Gresham Outlook - News Christopher Keizur
The three-day festival will support and celebrate the volunteer repair efforts and the PCT
  • Donations needed for 'Mr. Gresham' statue

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    The bronze sculpture will honor Todd Kirnan in downtown Gresham along Third Street
  • Nadaka throws a party

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    Family-friendly and multi-cultural entertainment and activities free in the park on Saturday
  • Working toward recovery

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    Adult and Teen Challenge program participants gain experience, interpersonal skills for employment
  • Bits & Pieces

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  • Drink a beer, house a family

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    Breweries, Habitat for Humanity raise money to build affordable homes; the recent Oregon Brewers Festival donated $10,000 to the cause
  • 'An Iliad' will play to captive audience

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    Reworked classic tale staged at state prisons examines violence; the tour starts Oct. 2 at Oregon State Penitentiary and visits seven other…
  • MONTAVILLA JAZZ FESTIVAL REACHES FOR FUTURE

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    Portland-based artists explore new frontiers in two days of music, Aug. 18-19 at Portland Metro Arts; Randy Porter Trio and Nancy King and…
  • Short List

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    Events and happenings taking place in the next week in Portland and surrounding areas - including Multnomah Days Street Fair, PDX Adult…
  • Live Music

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    Here's a look at big screen releases, home movie rentals and documentary and movies of interest - including 'Mile 22,' Movies in the Park,…
  • Has it really been 60 years?

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    The first graduating class of Reynolds High gathers for reunion, remembers special time
  • Cruising into Gresham

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    Local motorheads celebrate 20th annual Rockin' Round the Block car show in downtown Gresham
  • Found: 1958 Reynolds High ring

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    Maybe the ring's owner will turn up to claim it at the upcoming 60 year reunion of the school
  • Driving toward mission work

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    Annual cruise-in scheduled later this month at Barton Church, proceeds will support work in Mexico
  • Between slices of bread

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    Estacada restaurant owners and community members share their thoughts on sandwiches
  • 'Street Seats' redraws public bench

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    Outdoor exhibit brings designs from around the world, including Portland, New York, Italy, the U.K. and Hong Kong; it'll be at World Trade…
  • FEAST PORTLAND DIGS INTO LOCAL FOOD AND DRINK

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    Tickets still on tap for 2018's hottest culinary festival, Sept. 13-16 at venues across the city; last year there were 134 chefs and scores…
  • SLIDESHOW: Street of Dreams lands in Hillsboro

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    Veterans were celebrated at the NW Natural Street of Dreams in Hillsboro on Tuesday. Veterans and their families were given free admission…
  • Grants support Oregon cultural organizations

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    The Oregon Cultural Trust is awarding a record $3.02 million in grants to 137 cultural nonprofits.
  • Happy 20th, Pickathon!

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  • Oh, what a night

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  • HEATHMAN HOTEL GETS A REFRESH

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Sustainable Life

Next city challenge to boost bicycling: better parking

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Proposed new standards would require accessible, safe, well-lit and dry facilities in new developments.

Far West recycling yard in Lake Oswego to shut down

August 17, 2018 Anthony Macuk
Rising costs, global changes will force struggling recycling center to close Sept. 23

 

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