It was more than a vigil. It was a hush of sadness. A writing on the wall. A nest of beating hearts perched around flowers, candles, and handwritten messages that brought you to your knees.
Continue reading Valor and Vigil on the Line
Attention, readers. Bus 75: Hidden Portland is pulling over. The blog drivers are taking a break (after about a year in the seat). Please stand by for more posts down the line. Continue reading Last Stop
It’s a night out where young and old let loose and yell at the top of their lungs for good to overthrow evil and pin it to the mat. It’s not wrestling, it’s performance art. And it can hurt. Continue reading NWA Blue Collar Wrestling
In 1806, William Clark explored up the Willamette River as far as an old native village near St. Johns before returning to rejoin Lewis. Natives may have wondered if the neighborhood was changing. Continue reading Vanishing St Johns
With shock and awe still heavy from the earthshaking election just three days before, the 2016 Veterans Day Parade in Hollywood was held. One thread tied everyone together: Love of country. Continue reading Veterans Day Parade
Neighborhoods change. Generations change. People change. Only the landscape stays the same, barring any random earthquakes. Continue reading Alameda Ridge
Autumn is a season of melancholia and mischief. The air feels denser. It gets dark earlier, which brings out the hidden denizens of the neighborhood. Continue reading Hidden Harvest