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Winter's end brings shopping, sports and drinks to the Rose City.

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    Portland Dining Month

    Top eateries offer four weeks of delicious deals during Portland Dining Month. In 2013, more than 90 restaurants participated, each presenting three-course menus for just $29.
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    Portland Saturday Market

    The nation’s longest-running open-air arts and crafts market, the Portland Saturday Market features artisans selling their wares in a scenic riverside setting — open Sundays, too.
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    Timbers MLS Soccer

    Catch a Portland Timbers game at downtown’s Providence Park or at a nearby Timbers bar and meet the fiercely loyal fans of the Timbers Army. The Timbers’ season runs from March until October.
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    Wordstock

    Wordstock, Portland’s literary festival, returns after a one-year hiatus with readings from dozens of local, regional and national writers, writing workshops led by many of the guest authors themselves, and a bustling book fair, all held at downtown’s Portland State University.

    Spring Beer & Wine Fest

    The Spring Beer & Wine Fest is an adults-only beverage exposition at the Oregon Convention Center celebrates handcrafted microbrews, regional wines and distilled spirits. Dozens of Northwest microbreweries, wineries and distillers offer samples of their wares, and the festival also features food and music.

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