Portland Dining Month 2019 picks

More than 100 top restaurants are offering three-course meals at a deliciously affordable $33 every day in March.

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Listen Up Festival brings nationally acclaimed podcasts to Portland stages

Meet Shauna Noah, the Portlander behind Listen Up podcast festival, which debuted in February 2019 and drew podcasters from around the country.

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Creations for Continuity jewelry blends Inuit design with modern style

Feeling isolated and disconnected from her cultural identity while living in Vancouver, B.C. local jewelry designer Caroline Bechert created her own solution, Creations for Continuity: a home for her own designs and a collective featuring work and collaborations with other Indigenous makers.

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Ota Tofu: America’s oldest tofu house calls Portland home

The family-run Ota Tofu shop in Southeast Portland has been producing tofu by hand for more than 100 years, making it the oldest of its kind in the country.

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At dfrntpigeon, marginalized youth design clothing and build community

Dfrntpigeon, an apparel brand led by at-risk youth, connects its young partiipants with mentorship, resources and opportunities to express their creativity -- along with producing some of the city's coolest locally-designed products.

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Cascade Record Pressing creates community-driven vinyl

With fewer than 20 record-pressing plants left in the United States, Portland is lucky to have one in its own backyard.

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Travel Portland statement on incident at Portland hotel

On Dec. 22, 2018, a guest at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Portland was removed from the property after unacceptable treatment by hotel security. Travel Portland has zero tolerance for discrimination of any kind and condemns this incident.

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Crissle West doesn’t hate Portland

When the staff of On She Goes learned that successful podcaster, comedian and writer Crissle West thought Portland was uncool, they set out to change her mind with two days of local adventure.

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Speck’s Records & Tapes is a family-run music store in North Portland

When founders Maia and Michael “Speck” Gersten opened Speck’s Records & Tapes in North Portland's Kenton neighborhood, they created a space for music-lovers to gather, connect and discuss music while browsing vinyl and tapes.

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#WomenCrush Music: a showcase for female artists

This Portland-based organization offers workshops, gigs and community for women musicians across the country, along with their #WomenCrush Music showcase.

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