Tag Archives: Portland

A Historic Walk Through the Alphabet District

The Alphabet District is one of Portland’s oldest neighborhoods. Better known to locals as Portland’s “Nob Hill” or simply Northwest Portland, this historic neighborhood is home to an incredible number of beautful old houses. Continue reading

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Outdoor Sculpture Court

The Evan H. Roberts Memorial Sculpture Mall is located on the east side of the Portland Art Museum. Visitors will find about a dozen sculptures featured here by some of the Pacific NW’s finest artists. Continue reading

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Art in the Pearl

Up to 75,000 visitors were expected to attend this year’s “Art in the Pearl” Arts Festival in Portland, OR. Continue reading

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Director Park in Downtown Portland

Simon & Helen Director Park is sleek and modern with sharp, clean lines. It’s an urban space in the heart of downtown Portland that still manages to be inviting. Continue reading

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A Bite of Oregon

Thousands of people attended the 2010 Bite of Oregon food festival held in Tom McCall Waterfront Park in Portland, OR. Continue reading

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Welcome to The Grotto

The heart of the shrine is Our Lady’s Grotto, a rock cave carved into the base of a 110 foot basalt cliff. Continue reading

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Primo Pasta at Pastini’s

Pastini Pastaria in downtown Portland – good food, generous portions, and moderately priced. The perfect place for lunch or dinner. Continue reading

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