Southeast drug-turn-in and shred event returns

Southeast drug-turn-in and shred event returns

A helpful service has been revived in Southeast Portland -- to help you get rid of unwanted medicine

Sellwood's 'Portland Bottle Shop' adds deli kitchen

Sellwood's 'Portland Bottle Shop' adds deli kitchen

A popular wine and beer shop in Sellwood expands its services

Pétanque club hosts world-class tourney in Westmoreland

Pétanque club hosts world-class tourney in Westmoreland

What some might consider an obscure French sport has found many local adherents; it's played at...

Woodstock BiMart store collects two hundred coats in charity drive

Woodstock BiMart store collects two hundred coats in charity drive

In one of our coldest winters in years, a local store gathers coats for those who need them

Glass artists display work at 'Bullseye'

Glass artists display work at 'Bullseye'

The art glass company, known worldwide by those who create art from glass, holds an annual art...

SOUTHEAST HISTORY

SOUTHEAST HISTORY

This month, remembering the smaller streetcorner grocery stores that used to be spotted in every...


SE Portland's Features

February 25, 2017

MARCH EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

by THE BEE
Here are some of the things going on in Inner Southeast Portland in March
RITA A. LEONARD - Jennifer Faust has opened a sewing studio in her Brooklyn trailer called Aladdin Alterations and Design.
January 27, 2017

'Alterations' business opens in Brooklyn trailer

by Rita A. Leonard
You like it, but it doesn't quite fit right. Now you can get it altered at a new Brooklyn neighborhood business
RITA A. LEONARD - New GBBA Board members, joined by Pok Pok Wing restaurant staff, are shown - from left: John Liesman, Treasurer; Jesse Layton, President; Toby Roberts and Elizabeth Jones, from the restaurant; Dan Schmitz, Board Member-at-large; Aliza Tuttle, Secretary; and Melaney Dittler, Board Member-at-large.
January 27, 2017

Revived Brooklyn business association elects officers

by Rita A. Leonard
Progress is being made in relaunching a long-moribund Inner Southeast business association


RITA A. LEONARD - This huge red-nosed and antlered Christmas spider was an offbeat seasonal decoration in Woodstock in December.
January 27, 2017

Huge Holiday Spider in Woodstock recalls legend, sparks reading

by Rita A. Leonard
One Christmas decorating idea in Inner Southeast this year had the potential to really startle passers-by
BECKY LUENING - The neighborhood tableau at the moment of the sixth annual Homestead Schoolhouse Woodstock tree-lighting on December 3rd.
January 27, 2017

Woodstock tree-lighting spotlights the season

by Elizabeth Ussher Groff
The Holiday Season is past, but all the snow lately has helped the memories to linger on....
DAVID F. ASHTON - During her class Introduction to Seed Saving, Portland urban farmer Jennie London sows the idea of stewarding, instead of buying, seeds.
January 27, 2017

Seed-saving secrets revealed in Woodstock

by David F. Ashton
This particular type of saving seeds does not make use of tiny life preservers or rafts. Find how to save seeds yourself
January 25, 2017

FEBRUARY EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

by THE BEE
Events and activities in Inner Southeast Portland taking place in the second month of this year
RITA A. LEONARD - At the charity bazaar, Southeast Portland author and former local TV newscaster Marcia Coffey Turnquist signed copies of her first novel, The God of SnoCone Blue.
January 01, 2017

Powell merchant backs craft bazaar to benefit Southeast…

by Rita A. Leonard
Schools have long had fundraising bazaars to benefit themselves; now a merchant has had one to benefit others
ELIZABETH USSHER GROFF - Yoshiharu Tanizawu, a/k/a Tani, and his wife Atzuko Tanizawa, have created sushi and Japanese dishes for Tanis Sushi Bar and Japanese Kitchen in Woodstock for many years.  Their tenure in the neighborhood is coming to an end.
January 01, 2017

Woodstock says Sayonara to beloved sushi chef

by Elizabeth Ussher Groff
A long cherished Woodstock specialty restauranteur retires -- closing his place till the next owner takes over

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