Pick up your copy of Perspective, the Lake Oswego Review's tribute to all the things we love about Lake Oswego

REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Executive Director Andrew Edwards says more than 100,000 people visit the Lakewood Center for the Arts each year to attend plays, concerts, lectures, classes, community events, exhibits and forums. There's a lot about Lake Oswego Reads that makes Bill Baars and Cyndie Glazer proud — the widespread community involvement, the stunning breadth of events that surround each year's literary selection.

What is it about where you live that makes you Hometown Proud? In this year's issue of Perspective, we explore the people, places and things that make Lake Oswego such a special place to live, work and play. Look for the full-color magazine inside the April 26 issue of The Review.For Andrew Edwards, that sense of pride comes from Lake Oswego's well-deserved reputation as "The City of Arts." After all, he says, the community is home to actors, dancers, musicians, writers, illustrators, filmmakers, poets, designers, visual artists, sculptors, craft artisans, technicians, dancers, costumers, fashion designers, architects, promoters, managers and more.

"It's an endless supply," Edwards says, "of unique artisans with artistic vision and talent who live and work within just a few miles of our home or work."

Truth be told, there are myriad reasons why Lake Oswego is a special place to live, work and play. This is a remarkable community, with vibrant businesses, beautiful parks and open spaces, best-in-the-state schools and, well, the list goes on.

This week, we pay tribute to some of those organizations, places and people — including Baars, Glazer and Edwards — in our annual Perspective magazine, which you'll find inside the April 26 issue of The Review. It's just one more reason, we believe, to feel "hometown proud," and we think you'll agree.

— The Review

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